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Varietals Produced by San Quirico View all
History of the grape: There is documented proof of the existence of Aglianico in Basilicata, Italy as far back as the...
History of the grape: Barbera is a native to the Piedmont, where it has been growing for centuries, and is now the fo...
Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...
History of the grape: Two schools of thought exist as to the origins of Nebbiolo (which means “little fog” either for...
History of the grape: While there is another white Vernaccia offshoot in Italy (the Vernaccia di Oristano in Sardinia...
San Quirico on Snooth
This is absolutely gorgeous, full bodied, elegant and mouthwatering. Excellent blueberry, pepper, cigar box with a touch of maple, dark cherry combine with rounded tannins and driving acidity this is tremendous. Best of it's type I've ever tasted. Drink now 94 points - Paul Read More
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Excellent vernaccia that L brought back from her Italy trip. Almonds, honey, ripe stone fruits (ripe pear and peach), excellent acidity and a long full finish. This is a big white that is still going strong. Read More
Hi guys,I am getting married in July and we are going in Italy for our honeymoon. I am in charge with the itinerary and being a huge fan of wines, I will include a day or two visiting wineries. I like Brunello very much so Montalcino and the surroundings are definitely a stop. In fact we will be spending a night in that area. Now I need some rec... Read More
I would rate this a five, I'm surprised this site gave it a 3.5, it is really exceptional. I have three bottles left, and they are so memorable they're reserved for very special occasions. Absolute STEAL at twice the price. Read More
Hello all -My wife and I will be going on our first visit to Italy in this coming September. We'll be staying in Venice, Cinque Terre, Pienza (half-way between Montalcino and Montepulciano), and of course, Rome.Neither of us have much experience with Italian wines, but would like to learn as much as possible before going on our trip. Can anyon... Read More