Vanilla, Black Cherry, Cassis
Roasted Fennel, Goat Cheese, Pesto Pasta
This one was a ride. I tasted it right after opening and I was not impressed. The alcohol was hot and in your face. The flavours were unclear with very angular tannins. Fast forward an hour and a couple of carne asada tacos, this wine bloomed and became a force. A bold blend of ripe fruit, oak, vanilla and firm tannins that fade nicely.
Red Cherry, Strawberry, Pomegranate
Antipasto, Charcuterie Board, Cheese
Here you have a nice light bodied dry red that’s made without oak barrels to mix it up a little. It’s a blend of Corvina and Merlot grape varietals. Fresco in Italian means fresh and this wine really tastes fresh! Here’s why:
The grapes are harvested at the coolest time of the day and immediately pressed and made into wine. It’s fermented only with the natural yeasts found on the grape skins, decanted and then bottled unfiltered (it’s quite clear and had no sediment).
This wine is Organic
This wine is Vegan (they didn’t use animal based clarifiers)
This wine is sustainable (ultra light glass and recycled paper labels)
This wine is featured on The Wine Podcast for Everyone – Episode 5 Do you drink Red or White with that?