July wine chart
Five high-level wines. Five prestigious bottles. Five noteworthy tags: here is our top-five wine chart for the month of July.
– Redigaffi Tua Rita, 2017: this wine bottle does not need an introduction. It is a majestic wine that has received many prizes from Wine Spectator, Gambero Rosso, Duemila Vini, James Suckling, and Robert Parker. It is a 100% Merlot that presents unforgettable red fruit and chocolate sensors. Its body is rich in intense and well-balanced tastes, such as wild berry.
– Red Assisi Reserve, Enoteca Properzio Selection, 2010: only 5000 bottles of this 100% Sangiovese have been produced and numbered. Its clear-red color and velvety taste make it one of Umbria’s best wines. Perfect to pair with red and game meat.
– Brunello di Montalcino Castelgiocondo Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi, 2015: pomegranate red, cherry notes, and fruity sensors are the main characteristics of this 100% Sangiovese that is noteworthy for its strong personality and deep and harmonious character. Fruit and spices blend together perfectly, creating a fruity aftertaste. It is the perfect wine to enjoy while consuming a typical Tuscan dish.
– Collepiano Sagrantino di Montefalco Arnaldo Caprai 2015: this wine comes from Umbria, and it is a 100% Sagrantino—intense and fruity, soft and velvety. Pair it with cheese and red meat to achieve the perfect match.
– Bramito del Cervo Castello della Sala Antinori 2019: with its hay-yellow color, this 100% Umbrian Chardonnay presents a fruity smell that is as intense as it is decisive. Its main sensors remind us of vanilla and its structure is quite elegant. It is an ideal choice for fish or white-meat dinners, as well as aperitifs.