The 2003 Paolo Bea, Sagrantino di Montefalco showed a gorgeous deep red crimson color in the glass. As I poured, an aroma of candied cherry filled the air. With a little time in the glass, the... Read More
Stylistically Antano would be in the old school in winemaking terms - the lack of intervention in the winery, no barrique and no high-tech equipment. He maintains his father's vineyard managem... Read More
This wine takes me back to Italy. This is the cheapest way of taking a trip to Italy (24.99$ retail). Just had this with Osso Bucco and red wine fennel veggies.
The wine is not for the classi... Read More
"The Sagrantino di Montefalco Collepiano, first produced in 1979, is Caprai’s more accessible Sagrantino. In top vintages, it has proven to age very nicely. The Collepiano is aged in French oa... Read More