“In fact, with their outstanding inner-mouth tension and powerful minerality, the vintage’s winners can be quite exhilarating. Some of the best 2013s remind me of the brilliant 2010s in their energy and saline minerality,” says Stephen Tanzer of this vibrant, exceptional vintage.
In May, our team visited Azienda Agricola Mustilli, an organic family estate in the medieval village of Sant’Agata dei Goti, inland from Naples in Campania. The family invited us to walk 50 feet underground into their 1,000-year-old, hand-carved wine cellar. This is what we saw.
Select wines from our Italian portfolio brought “home” to Berkeley 10 medals from the San Francisco International Wine Competition! Congratulations Murgo from Sicilia, Musto Carmelitano from Basilicata, Ausonia from Abruzzo and Zuccolo from Fruili.
Our new partner, Vadiaperti is a generations-old family estate that has both the first and last word on the true character of southern Italian white wines. Our selections from the 2014 vintage will be arriving this week—here’s why you need to make space in your cellar for these gorgeous gems.
Robb Report editors suggest that if wickets and mallets are your thing this summer, then Pascal Cotat Rosé is what you’ll need to cool you off after a long afternoon of play. Time to dust off that croquet set, no? (We won’t fault you if you head straight for the ice bucket and glasses, however.)