October wine chart
Brunello di Montalcino, 2015, 0.75-liter bottle: one of the most famous Tuscan excellences, which captivates everyone with its ruby red color. It’s always love-at-first-sight with this 100% Sangiovese—a sublime pleasure for all five senses. Vanilla, spices, and tobacco leaves are only a few of the protagonists that are perceptible during a meal, specifically when accompanying aged cheese and red meat.
Bramito del Cervo Castello della Sala Antinori, 2019, 0.75-liter bottle: this 100% Chardonnay is characterized by golden sparks, which are visible through its hay-yellow coloring. Fruity and vanilla tones accompany a solid minerality. It is perfect for a fish-based menu, as well as with white meat.
Bianco Le Corgne Fendi, 2019, 0.75-liter bottle: the perfect unison of Trebbiano and Sauvignon Blanc. The first aromas are those of peach and lemon, followed by field flowers. To the palate, dried apricot is also quite noticeable. A further detail worth mentioning is its long aftertaste. How should you enjoy this bottle? With white meat or a starter.
Guado al Tasso Antinori 2017, 0.75-liter bottle: this Super-Tuscan wine is a collection item, capable of bewitching anyone who tastes it—both for its ripe red fruit scent, and its dark chocolate, cherry, and tobacco taste. An unbeatable pleasure that just becomes better with the passing of time.
Barolo Monprivato Giuseppe Mascarello e Figlio, 2015: this rich wine comes from Piedmont and slowly releases floral notes followed by a stronger minerality. It is a balanced bottle, noteworthy for its perfect harmony between sweet and sour.