Subscribe to 3 months Italy Discovery Package and Enjoy A Bottle of Corte Amarone DOCG Amarone or Fratelli Alessandria DOCG Barolo !
Subscribe to 3 months Italy Discovery Package and Enjoy A Bottle of Corte Amarone DOCG Amarone or Fratelli Alessandria DOCG Barolo !
Jan 01, 2018

For a limited time only, Join our Italian Subscription for at least 3 months and receive a bottle of Corte Amarone DOCG Amarone or Fratelli Alessandria DOCG Barolo on your first month !


For Italy Discovery Package at $88, on the first month you will get 1 bottle of Italy wine and 1 bottle of Spanish including one bottle of CORTE ARMANO AMARONE DOCG CLASSICO 2015 worth $85 Or FRATELLI ALESSANDRIA BAROLO DOCG 2015 worth $105.


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Corte Armano, Venato, Italy


Corte Armano is produced by the Campagnola family in Valgatara, a small village in the low hills near Marano in the heart of the Valpolicella Classico region. The winery was founded by Carlo Campagnola, but this winery’s history is all about the courage and hard work of his wife, Catarina Zardini. After Carlo’s untimely death, Catarina courageously continued the business and won the medal for the best Vino Reccioto at the 1907 wine exhibition in Verona, thus laying the foundation for five generations of success.


CORTE ARMANO AMARONE DOCG CLASSICO 2015 Worth $85


Intense ruby red colour with a violet edge. Warm, spicy, powerful bouquet with intense aromas of cherry, bitter almond and vanilla. Full, rich, velvety flavour.


Grapes are hand picked and rigorously selected at the end of September. Traditional natural drying of the grapes starting at the end of September for 90-100 days with a natural loose of 35-40% of the weight. Soft pressing of the grapes in December/ January, followed by a 30-days maceration on the skins. 60% of the wine is refined for 24 months in big Oak barrels, and 40% of the wine is refined for 18 months in new French barriques from Allier oak, then 6 months in the bottle.


General Aging: At least 24 months


Culinary Recommendation: To be served at 17 - 18 C. Traditionally served with game, braised meats and fully matured cheeses. Also pair well with braised lamb shanks with prunes, Peking duck and farm’s camembert.


Fratelli Alessandria, Piedmont, Italy


FRATELLI ALESSANDRIA BAROLO DOCG 2015 Worth $105


A love letter to the smooth tannins and elegant soul of Verduno. The family blends fruit from five different vineyards in Verduno, with varying altitudes and expositions; plus a small amount of fruit from ‘Gramolere,’ in Monforte d’Alba. Aged for three years in neutral Slavonian and French casks. 


The Barolo is distinctively elegant and graceful. Both its bouquet and taste are well-balanced and delicate.


Winery: Fratelli Alessandria


Fratelli Alessandria is a Piedmontese wine estate in Langhe, in northwest Italy. It was founded at the start of the 19th century and has been the property of the Alessandria family since 1870. The estate is focused on the cultivation of the Nebbiolo grape variety under the Barolo DOCG, but also produces a range of wines from other local grape varieties including Dolcetto, Barbera, Favorita and the rare red grape Pelaverga.


General Aging: At least 3 years


Culinary Recommendation: To be served at 16 - 18 C. Good pairing with Beef, Lamb and Game.


2014 Ratings: 90 WE 

2015 Ratings: 94 WA