November wine chart
Trentino-Alto Adige, Piedmont, Tuscany and Umbria are the protagonists of our November wine chart, which is dedicated exclusively to five of the best wines selected by Enoteca Properzio.
Giusto di Notri Tua Rita, 2018: the wine that opens this month’s wine chart is an important wine from a Tuscan company, Tua Rita. Its main characteristics are its ruby-red in color, its bouquet of wild berries and an optimal sapidity, all of which make it a classic product.
Trebbiano Spoletino Arneto Bellafonte, 2017: we now move to Umbria for a 100% Trebbiano, with an aromatic herb smell and a citrusy taste. This wine is the perfect companion for truffle-based dishes.
Tignanello Antinori, 2017: it is not by chance that Wine Spectator, Robert Parker, Duemila Vini, and Gambero Rosso all recognized that this renowned red wine possesses a value and balance that is above average. This intense bottle (as intense as Tuscany, the region where it is born) deserves special attention. Starting from its color (a marvelous ruby-red), moving through fruity aromas and reaching jam, chocolate and coffee notes, each detail is carefully structured to amaze and enwrap everyone who tastes it.
Barolo Falletto Giacosa, 2016: for those who love Nebbiolo and enjoy the delicate taste of blackberries, cherries, and liquorish, this wine bottle from Piedmont is an excellency that must be tasted at all costs. It is a collection wine that is intense and strong, balanced and harmonious, and capable of exalting any red meat or braised meat dish.
San Leonardo, 2015: this wine, which cannot be absent from your personal collection, comes from Trentino-Alto Adige. It is born from the unison of Cabernet Sauvignon (60%), Cabernet Franc (30%) and Merlot (10%), and bodes perfectly with first and second meat-based courses. It is intense and aromatic, rich and full, and it offers a hint of wild berries without covering its vanilla scent.