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wine - Casa D`Angelo
FORT LAUDERDALE
wine
LIST
Wine Spectator
Award of Excellence
2000, 2001, 2002,
2003, 2004
Wine Spectator
Best of Award of Excellence
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011,
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Casa d’Angelo’s corkage policy
$50.00 per bottle
INDEX
WINES BY THE GLASS
Pages 4-5
CHAMPAGNE
Page 6
FRANCIACORTA – SPUMANTE
Page 8
ITALIAN WHITE WINE
Pages 9-11
CALIFORNIAN WHITE WINE Page 12
FRENCH Alsace - Burgundy White
Page 13
FRENCH Bordeaux - Burgundy - Rhone
Page 14-17
VALLEE D’AOSTA
Page 18
PIEDMONT Barbaresco
PageS 19-20
Barolo Pages 21-24
Langhe - Gattinara - Barbera – Dolcetto – Monferrato
Pages 25-26
LOMBARDY – TRENTINO Page 27
FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA - LIGURIA - EMILIA ROMAGNA Page 28
VENETO - AMARONE Pages 29-31
TUSCANY
Chianti
Page 32
Brunello di Montalcino
Rosso di Montalcino – Vino Nobile – Morellino
Super Tuscans
Pages 33-36
Page 37
Pages 38-44
MARCHE – UMBRIA – LAZIO – ABRUZZO Page 45
MOLISE - CAMPANIA - PUGLIA – CALABRIA Page 46
BASILICATA - SICILY - SARDINIA
SPAIN
PageS 47-48
Page 49
CHILE – ARGENTINA
Page 50
CALIFORNIA
Meritage Blends
Pages 51-52
Cabernet Sauvignon
Merlot
Pages 53-56
Page 57
Pinot Noir
Pages 58-59
Zinfandel – Charbono – Syrah – Petite Syrah Page 60
AUSTRALIA
Page 61
HALF BOTTLE SELECTION
Pages 62-63
LARGE FORMAT BOTTLES
Page 64-66
DESSERT WINES
Page 67
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
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WINES BY THE GLASS
CHAMPAGNE & PROSECCO
GlassBottle
Dom Perignon – Epernay – Champagne
45210
Taittinger, Comtes de Champagne - Blanc de Blancs – Champagne
45210
Veuve Clicqout, Yellow Label – Reims – Champagne
2090
Laurent Perrier “Brut”– Champagne
Split
24
Moet & Chandon “Rose Imperial Brut”– Champagne
Split
30
Mionetto, Prosecco D.O.C. Treviso
Split
10
Montenisa, Brut Saten - Franciacorta 1590
WHITE WINE GlassBottle
Sonoma-Cutrer 2014 – Russian River Ranches
“Chardonnay”
1455
Whitehaven 2015 – New Zealand
“Sauvignon Blanc”
1040
Santa Margherita 2014 – Trentino-Alto Adige
“Pinot Grigio”
1555
Costaripa, Rosamara 2014 – Lombardia
“Gropello-Marzemino-Sangiovese-Barbera”
936
Jankara, Vermentino di Gallura Superiore 2013 – Sardinia
“Vermentino di Gallura”
11.5045
Thomas Schmitt, Kabinett 2013 – Mosel
“Riesling”
1040
Cakebread 2014 – Napa
“Chardonnay”
2080
RED WINE
GlassBottle
G.D. Vajra, Albe Barolo 2011 – Piedmont
“Nebbiolo”
20
Masi, Brolo Campofiorin Valp. Classico “Ripasso” 2010 – Veneto
“Corvina Veronese-Rondinella-Molinari”
1455
M. Castellani “Colle Christi”, Amarone della Valp. - 2010 - Veneto
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinari”
4
22.5
80
90
Podere Il Palazzino, Chianti Classico 2011 – Tuscany
“Sangiovese”
1456
La Leccaia, Riserva Brunello di Montalcino 2009 – Tuscany
“Sangiovese Grosso”
25100
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
RED WINE
GlassBottle
Marchese Antinori, Guado al Tasso Il Bruciato 2013 - Super Tuscan
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Syrah”
15 60
Podere Sapaio, Volpollo 2012 – Super Tuscan “Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Petit Verdot”
18.575
Martinelli, Bella Vigne 2013 – Russian River
“Pinot Noir”
2080
Duckhorn 2012 – Napa
“Merlot”
2080
Gallo, Signature Series 2013 - Napa
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
20 80
Torbreck, Juvenies “unoaked” GSM 2013 - South Australia “Grenache-Syrah-Mourvedre”
1665
DESSERT
Disznoko, Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos 2005
1560
PREMIUM WINES VIA THE CORAVIN SYSTEM
WHITE WINE
Pahlmeyer 2013 - Napa
“Chardonnay”
39 155
RED WINE
Podere Luigi Einaudi, Costa Grimaldi 2003 - Piedmont
“Nebbiolo”
40 160
SELECTED WINES BY THE GLASS
WHITE WINE
Chardonnay, Nozzole “Le Bruniche”
10
Pinot Grigio, Maso Canali
10
White Zinfandel, Beringer
7
RED WINE
Cabernet Sauvignon, Silver Palm
10
Chianti, Frescobaldi
10
Malbec, Perlita
10
Merlot, Santa Ema “Riserva”
10
Pinot Noir, Jean Claude Boisset “Les Ursulines” Burgundy
11
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
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CHAMPAGNE
TETE DE CUVEE
Bin No Vintage
100 Dom Perignon, P2
98
Btl
695
Long and slow maturation on the lees. Dom Perignon P2 Vintage 1998
spent 16 years in the cellars. After 7 years, P2 bottles are turned upside
down, sur point, to slow down the oxidation process. Each bottle is
disgorged by hand prior to release. It arrives directly from the cellars
in its ideal second plenitude, ready for consumption.
102 Dom Perignon
04
210
104 Krug, Grand Cuvee
NV
280
107
Laurent Perrier, Grand Siecle
NV
225
101
Louis Roederer, Cristal
06
435
103 Perrier-Jouet, Fleur de Champagne
06
255
106 Veuve Clicquot, La Grande Dame
06
325
105 Billecart-Salmon, Brut Blanc de Blancs
99
245
108 Taittinger, Comtes de Champagne - Blanc de Blancs
05
210
CHAMPAGNE BLANC DE BLANCS
CHAMPAGNE ROSE
111
Billecart-Salmon, Brut Rose
NV
155
115
Dom Perignon, Brut Rose
03
825
109 Laurent Perrier, Brut Rose
NV
125
CHAMPAGNE
122
Billecart-Salmon, Brut Reserve
NV
120
112
Bollinger, Brut Special Cuvee
NV
115
119
Charles Heidsieck, Brut Reserve
NV
115
114
Laurent Perrier, Brut
NV
80
116
Laurent Perrier, Brut – Split
NV
24
117 Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label
NV
90
11
165
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING
123
6
Sea Smoke, Sea Spray “Blanc de Noir” - Santa Rita Hills
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
THE WINE REGIONS OF ITALY
Italy trades back and forth with France as the world’s largest producer of wine,
accounting for around 20% of the world’s total production. Wine is made in each
of twenty regions across the country and its island regions of Sicily and Sardinia,
producing diverse wines of all styles.
DENOMINAZIONE DI ORIGINE CONTROLLATA E GARANTITA
The highest level of quality! Very strict rules govern the maximum yield of the
grapes and aging requirements. The wines must meet the approval of a special
tasting panel before they can achieve D.O.C.G. status.
DENOMINAZIONE DI ORIGINE CONTROLLATA
The next level of quality applies to wines made from specified grape varieties,
specified areas of production and specific aging requirements. These specifications
are not as stringent as those of D.O.C.G. and do not always guarantee good quality.
One of the main complaints about D.O.C. is that the maximum yields allowed are
very high, which obviously places quantity before quality in terms of importance.
INDICAZIONE GEOGRAFICA TIPICA
This level was added by the revisions of 1992 to cover table wines from specific
geographical areas using varieties that were excluded in the original laws. This
allows these wines to have the region of origin and the varietal on the label.
For many wineries the IGT wines are the finest of their production.
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
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FRANCIACORTA
Franciacorta is Italy’s answer to Champagne. This area, which is located in the
region of Lombardia in Northern Italy, has truly come to the forefront of the
production of Sparkling wine. Here you will find the same soils and grape varieties
as in Champagne, with the same method of production.
Bin No.
Vintage
130 Ferghettina, Brut DOCG
NV
Btl
65
“Chardonnay-Pinot Nero”
Ferghettina, Milledi Brut DOCG
“Chardonnay”
135 Bellavista, Gran Cuvee Rose DOCG
“Pinot Noir-Chardonnay”
134 Ca’del Bosco, Cuvee Prestige Brut DOCG
136 Ca’del Bosco, Cuvee Prestige Brut DOCG Magnum
“Chardonnay-Pinot Bianco-Pinot Nero”
131 Barone Pizzini, Saten DOCG
“Chardonnay”
142 Ferrari, Brut Trento DOC
“Chardonnay”
132
09
105
04
130
NV
65
NV
135
11
95
NV
50
PROSECCO
In addition to the grapes grown in the fabulous hills of Franciacorta, Italy also
produces other great sparkling wines. In the hills of Veneto, under the Dolomite
Alps, Prosecco is produced. It is a light, refreshing, slightly citrus sparkling wine,
great as an aperitif or just to sip on its own.
Bisol, “Crede” Prosecco di Valdobbiadene DOCG
“Glera-Pinot Bianco-Verdiso”
144 Avissi, Prosecco D.O.C. “Glera”
146 Syltbar “Il Concerto” D.O.C. “Glera”
141
NV
50
NV
35
NV
40
13
40
VINO SPUMANTE
145
Monte Tondo, Soave D.O.C. Spumante Brut “Garganega”

8
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
VINI BIANCHI
VALLE D’AOSTE
Bin No.
200 Les Cretes, Valle D’Aosta DOP
Btl
13
50
13
55
09
65
13
35
14
40
13
65
11
55
13
235
12
395
13
95
13
50
Cantina Terlano, Terlaner Quarz DOC
“Sauvignon”
11
105
Cantina Terlano, Terlaner Primo Grande Cuvee DOC
“Pinot Bianco-Chardonnay-Sauvignon”
11
425
Elena Walch, Beyond the Clouds DOC
“Chardonnay-Sauvignon-Pinot Bianco-Gewurtztraminer”
13
125
Santa Margherita DOC
“Pinot Grigio”
14
55
“Chardonnay”
204 Les Cretes, Valle D’Aosta DOP
“Petite Arvine”
Lo Triolet DOC
“Pinot Gris”
Vintage
VENETO
202 Anselmi, San Vincenzo DOC
“Garganega-Chardonnay-Trebbiano di Soave”
201 Pieropan, Soave Classico DOC
“Garganega-Trebbiano di Soave”
PIEDMONT
207 Bruno Giacosa DOCG
“Roero Arneis”
209 Cogno, Anas Cetta Langhe DOC
“Nascetta”
210 Gaja, Alteni di Brassica Langhe DOC
“Sauvignon”
203 Gaja, Gaia & Rey DOCG
“Chardonnay”
205 La Scolca, Gavi di Gavi Black Label DOCG
“Cortese”
206 Villa Sparina, Gavi di Gavi DOCG
“Cortese”
TRENTINO-ALTO ADIGE
215
216
219
211
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
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FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
228 Bortoluzzi, Venezia Giulia IGT
14
45
13
45
13
65
14
50
“Pinot Grigio”
223 Jermann, Chardonnay IGT
“Chardonnay”
222 Jermann, Pinot Bianco IGT
“Pinot Bianco”
220 Jermann, Pinot Grigio IGT
“Pinot Grigio”
221
Jermann, Vinnae IGT
“Ribolla Gialla-Tocai-Riesling”
11
65
224 Jermann, Vintage Tunina IGT
12
125
12
135
11
130
12
36
229 Costaripa, Rosamara Valtenesi Chiaretto DOC
14
36
12
40
14
50
“Chardonnay-Sauvignon-Ribolla Gialla-Malvasia Istriana-Picolit”
225 Jermann, Were Dreams IGT
“Chardonnay”
227 Livio Felluga, Rosazzo Terre Alte DOCG
“Friuliano-Pinot Bianco-Sauvignon”
EMILIA ROMAGNA
237 Fattoria Zerbina, Bianco di Ceparano DOCG
“Albana di Romagna”
LOMBARDY
“Gropello-Marzemino-Sangiovese-Barbera”
LIGURIA
230 Colle dei Bardellini, Pigato Riviera di Ponente DOC
“Pigato”
TUSCANY
234 Antinori, Tenuta Guado al Tasso DOC
“Vermentino”
231
Cabreo, La Pietra IGT
“Chardonnay”
13
85
233 Castello Banfi, San Angelo IGT
14
45
13
235
13
45
13
35
“Pinot Grigio”
236 Marchesi di Frescobaldi, Gorgona IGT Costa Toscana
“Vermentino-Ansonica”
232 Poggio al Tesoro, Solosole IGT
“Vermentino”
235 Toscolo DOCG
10
“Vernaccia di San Gimignano”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
MARCHE
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
238 Bucci, Verdicchio Classico dei Castelli di Jesi DOC
13
50
12
95
13
35
12
45
14
30
12
55
13
45
14
50
13
65
13
40
14
40
13
90
14
35
13
45
“Verdicchio”
UMBRIA
241
Antinori, Castello della Sala “Cervaro” IGT
“Chardonnay-Greccheto”
LAZIO
242 Principe Pallavicini, Poggio Verde Frascati Superiore DOCG
“Frascati”
ABRUZZO
243 La Quercia, Colli Apritini IGT
“Falanghina”
MOLISE
247 Alverdi, Terre Degli Osci IGT
“Pinot Grigio”
CAMPANIA
246 Feudi di San Gregorio, Fiano di Avellino DOCG
“Fiano di Avellino”
248 Terredora DiPaolo, Falanghina IGT
“Falanghina”
245 Terredora DiPaolo, Greco di Tufo DOCG
“Greco”
PUGLIA
249 Botromagno, Poggio al Bosco DOP
“Gravina Bianco”
BASILICATA
252 Vigneti Vulture, Pipoli IGT
“Greco-Fiano”
CALABRIA
253 Librandi, Ciro Bianco DOC
“Greco Bianco”
SICILY
250 Planeta IGT
“Chardonnay”
251
Tasca D’Almerita, Regaleali Bianco IGT “Sauvignon-Tasca-Inzolia-Cataratto”
SARDINIA
259 Jankara, Vermentino di Gallura Superiore DOCG
“Vermentino di Gallura”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
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CALIFORNIA
CHARDONNAY
306 Cakebread Cellars - Napa
13
80
304 Far Niente - Napa
13
105
Grgich Hills, Estate Grown – Napa
12
85
305 Kistler, Les Noisetiers – Sonoma Coast
12
115
310 Kistler, McCrea Vineyard – Sonoma Mountain
13
175
Kistler, Sonoma Coast – Sonoma Coast
13
135
308 Pahlmeyer - Napa
13
155
303 Patz Hall, Dutton Ranch – Russian River Valley
13
85
Peter Michael, Belle Cote - Knights Valley 1728 Peter Michael, Belle Cote - Knights Valley Magnum 13
245
13
515
Peter Michael, Ma Belle Fille - Knights Valley 13
245
320 Peter Michael, Mon Plaisir - Knights Valley 11
245
10
115
309 Sea Smoke, Streamside - Santa Rita Hills
12
135
302 Smoke Tree - Sonoma
14
50
316
Sonoma-Cutrer - Russian River Ranches
14
55
321
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, Karia – Napa
13
65
340 Charles Krug, Napa
14
40
336 Ferrari-Carano, Fume Blanc – Sonoma
14
35
Peter Michael, L’Apres Midi - Knights Valley-Sonoma
13
115
330 Robert Mondavi, Fume Blanc Reserve – Napa
13
85
335 Conundrum, Napa
14
55
317
315
319
318
307 Ramey, Hyde Vineyard - Los Carneros
SAUVIGNON BLANC
331
12
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
ALSACE
GEWURTZTRAMINER
Bin No.
360 Domaine Zind Humbrecht, Clos Windsbuhl
Vintage Btl
10
95
12
95
362 Domaine Zind Humbrecht, Clos Saint Urban Grand Cru Rangen 11
135
MUSCAT
361
Domaine Zind Humbrecht, Goldert Grand Cru
PINOT GRIS
BURGUNDY
CHABLIS
365 Domaine Jean Collet & Fils, Valmur Grand Cru
12
135
358 Jean-Marc Brocard, Les Clos Grand Cru
11
145
Roland Lavantureux, Vaudesir Grand Cru
12
150
350a Bonneau du Martray, Grand Cru
09
365
350 Bonneau du Martray, Grand Cru
11
315
1725 Bonneau du Martray, Grand Cru
Magnum
11
645
350b Bonneau du Martray, Grand Cru
12
345
CORTON-CHARLEMAGNE
MONTRACHET
351
J. Drouhin, Montrachet Grand Cru Marquis de Laguiche
10 1245
BATARD MONTRACHET
Domaine Jomain, Batard Montrachet Grand Cru
13
445
357 Domaine Etienne Sauzet, Champ-Canet 1er Cru
11
245
364 J. Drouhin, Clos de la Garenne 1er Cru
13
245
363 J. Drouhin, Les Folatieres 1er Cru
12
235
13
145
J. Drouhin, Morgeot 1er Cru Marquis de Laguiche
352a J. Drouhin, Morgeot 1er Cru Marquis de Laguiche
10
185
13
245
12
235
PULIGNY MONTRACHET
CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET
359 Domaine Marc Colin, Les Encegnieres
MEURSAULT
353 J. Drouhin, Perrieres 1er Cru
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
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BORDEAUX
MEDOC-HAUT MEDOC
Bin No.
Vintage Btl
1601 Chateau La Lagune Grand Cru 3rd
10
185
1602 Chateau Cantermerle Grand Cru 5th
09
125
SAINT-ESTEPHE
1604 Chateau Calon Segur Grand Cru 3rd 06
285
1605 Chateau Montrose Grand Cru 2nd 06
325
1605a Chateau Montrose Grand Cru 2nd 08
315
1606 Chateau Phelan Segur Cru Bourgeois
09
125
PAUILLAC
1610 Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1er Grand Cru Classe
06 2425
1610aChateau Lafite Rothschild 1er Grand Cru Classe
09 2875
1609 Chateau Latour 1er Grand Cru Classe
09 4175
1608 Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1er Grand Cru Classe
09 2350
1611 Chateau Pichon Longueville Baron Grand Cru 2nd
08
295
1612 Chateau Grand Puy Lacoste Grand Cru 5th
06
195
1613 Chateau Clerc Milon Grand Cru 5th
09
225
1614 Chateau Duhart Milon Grand Cru 5th
09
285
1603 Chateau Haut-Bages Liberal Grand Cru 5th
11
105
1607 Chateau Haut Batailley Grand Cru 5th
12
135
1312 Chateau Batailley Grand Cru 5th
11
70
1615 Chateau Leoville Poyferre Grand Cru 2nd
03
445
1616a Chateau Branaire Ducru Grand Cru 4th
09
225
1617 Chateau Talbot Grand Cru 4th
10
185
1618 Chateau Beychevelle Grand Cru 4th
09
255
1619 Chateau Lagrange Grand Cru 3rd
06
145
1637 Chateau Gruaud Larose Grand Cru 2nd
10
215
Half bottle
SAINT JULIEN
14
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
BORDEAUX
MARGAUX
Bin No.
Vintage Btl
1620 Chateau Margaux 1er Grand Cru Classe
06 1150
1620a Chateau Margaux 1er Grand Cru Classe
1621 Chateau Brane Cantenac Grand Cru 2nd
10 2350
09
225
1624 Chateau Lascombes Grand Cru 2nd
11
165
1622 Chateau Palmer Grand Cru 3rd
06
550
1623 Chateau Prieure Lichine Grand Cru 4th
09
145
1623a Chateau Prieure Lichine Grand Cru 4th
12
135
PESSAC-LEOGNAN
1625 Chateau Haut Brion 1er Grand Cru Classe
06 1050
1625a Chateau Haut Brion 1er Grand Cru Classe
10 2465
1626 Domaine de Chevalier
00
180
1626a Domaine de Chevalier
08
165
POMEROL
1627 Chateau Petrus
09 9575
1627a Chateau Petrus
10 9575
1635 Vieux Chateau Certan
00
495
1636 Chateau Rouget
09
135
SAINT-EMILION
1630 Chateau Cheval Blanc 1er Grand Cru Classe A
09 2650
1630a Chateau Cheval Blanc 1er Grand Cru Classe A
10 3150
1631a Chateau Pavie 1er Grand Cru Classe B
99
625
1631 Chateau Pavie 1er Grand Cru Classe B
05
825
1631b Chateau Pavie 1er Grand Cru Classe B
06
615
1632 Chateau Figeac 1er Grand Cru Classe B
05
415
1633 Chateau Troplong Mondot 1er Grand Cru Classe
00
375
1640 Chateau Clos La Madeleine Grand Cru Classe
12
115
1638 Chateau Fleur Cardinale Grand Cru Classe
11
95
1629 Chateau Fombrauge Grand Cru Classe
09
105
1642 Chateau Fonroque Grand Cru Classe
12
105
1641 Chateau Fonplegade Grand Cru Classe
12
125
1639 Chateau La Dominique Grand Cru Classe 11
105
1628 Chateau Monbousquet Grand Cru Classe 10
155
1643 Clos de L’Oratoire Grand Cru Classe
12
145
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
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BURGUNDY
BEAUNE
1727 J. Drouhin, Chorey-Les-Beaune
Magnum
12
145
1661 Louis Jadot, Boucherottes 1er Cru
11
85
1658 Louis Jadot, Chouacheux 1er Cru
11
85
Domaine Michel Ganoux, Corton Renardes Grand Cru 05
175
CORTON
GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN
1657 Frederic Esmonin, Clos Prieur
12
85
1652 Louis Latour
12
135
Robert Groffier Pere & Fils, Les Seuvrees 11
195
1656 Louis Jadot
10
105
1647 Comte de Vogue, Musigny Vieilles Vignes Grand Cru
12 1200
CHAMBOLLE-MUSIGNY
Domaine Mugneret-Gibourg, Les Feusselottes 1er Cru
12
285
12
915
MOREY ST. DENIS
1660 Domaine Clos de Tart, Clos de Tart Grand Cru
VOSNE ROMANEE
1663 Domaine de La Romanee-Conti, Grands Echezeaux Grand Cru 12 2150
1664 Domaine Lamarche, La Grande Rue Grand Cru
13
975
1665 Domaine Michel Gros, Clos des Reas 1er Cru
12
275
1662 Domaine Perrot-Minot, Les Beaux Monts 1er Cru
13
425
12
245
NUITS ST. GEORGES
1648 Domaine Mugneret-Gibourg, Les Chaignots 1er Cru
16
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
RHONE
ST. JOSEPH
1678 Domaine Jean-Louis Chave
11
135
HERMITAGE
1679 Domaine Jean-Louis Chave
11
445
1679a Domaine Jean-Louis Chave
12
465
CROZES-HERMITAGE
1682 Domaine Alain Graillot, La Guiraude
12
105
1676 M. Chapoutier, Les Varonniers
11
165
1680 Jean-Luc Colombo, Terres Brulees
12
105
1681 Jean-Luc Colombo, Les Ruchets
06
175
CORNAS
COTE ROTIE
1683 Guigal, La Landonne
1683a Guigal, La Landonne
1684 Guigal, La Mouline
1684a Guigal, La Mouline
1685 Guigal, La Turque
1685a Guigal, La Turque
10 1350
11
975
10 1350
11
975
10 1350
11
975
10
95
10
245
1673 Clos Saint Jean, Vieilles Vignes
13
105
1593 Clos Saint Jean, Sanctus Sanctorum
Magnum
12 1200
Domaine de la Janasse, Cuvee Chaupin
1674 Domaine de la Janasse, Cuvee Chaupin
1674a Domaine de la Janasse, Cuvee Chaupin
Magnum
10
415
11
175
12
175
12
245
11
75
07
125
CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE
1677 Clos de L’Oratoire
Clos Saint Jean, La Combe Des Fous
1671
1675 Domaine de la Janasse, Cuvee Vieilles Vignes
ROUSSILLON
COTES CATALANES
1672 Orin Swift, Department 66
SLOVENIA
1686 Edi Simcic, Duet Lex
“Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
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VALLE D’AOSTA
This Alpine region in the far Northwest corner of Italy has the country smallest wine
production. The landscape is dominated by the peaks and glaciers of the Mont
Blanc. The climate is cold, but in certain micro-zones also provides outstanding
conditions for winegrowing.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
555 Les Cretes, Valle D’Aosta DOP
11
65
13
50
“Fumin”
557 Les Cretes, Valle D’Aosta DOP
“Pinot Nero”
PIEDMONT
The largest region by size in Italy, Piedmonte means, “Foot of the Mountain”,
accurately describing its location at the base of the Alps. Piemonte is seventh in
terms of wine volume among Italy’s regions, producing some of the best wines in
Italy. Piemonte has close to 50 of Italy’s D.O.C./D.O.C.G. zones, more than any other
region. This region is primarily a red wine region, and is best known for its two noble
wines, Barolo and Barbaresco, both made from the Nebbiolo varietal. Nebbiolo is
named for the fog {Nebbia} that often blankets the vineyards of the Langhe and
Monferrato hills area, where 90% of Piemonte’s wines come from. These wines are
robust and full-bodied, and for Barolo and Barbaresco in particular, long-lived. The
most widely cultivated grapes in Piemonte, however are Barbera and Dolcetto, from
which prominent red wines of the same name are made. Both Barbera and Dolcetto
are dry wines, but not as tannic and full-bodied as Barolo and Barbaresco. They are
softer and intended for earlier consumption.
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BARBARESCO – DOCG
One of the best wines in Italy, Barbaresco is made from the red grape
Nebbiolo around the village of Barbaresco in the Langhe Hills. The wines are
dry, robust and tannic in their youth and develop beautifully in the bottle.
Barbaresco must be aged in wood for two years before it is released, three
years for Riserva. This aging helps soften the tannins and acid in the wine.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
409 Albino Rocca, Loreto
08
120
405 Bruno Giacosa, Asili Riserva
07
685
406 Bruna Giacosa, Rabaja’
04
415
Cantina del Pino
09
90
408 Ca’Rome, Maria di Brun
10
185
Ceretto, Asij
10
105
401a Gaja, Barbaresco
10
425
Magnum
11
985
401b Gaja, Barbaresco
11
425
401c Gaja, Barbaresco
12
425
414a La Spinetta, Vigneto Gallina Vursu
05
275
414b La Spinetta, Vigneto Gallina Vursu
06
275
414c La Spinetta, Vigneto Gallina Vursu
07
265
414 La Spinetta, Vigneto Gallina Vursu
10
275
415a La Spinetta, Vigneto Starderi Vursu
03
195
415b La Spinetta, Vigneto Starderi Vursu
05
275
415c La Spinetta, Vigneto Starderi Vursu
06
275
415d La Spinetta, Vigneto Starderi Vursu
07
265
415
La Spinetta, Vigneto Starderi Vursu
10
275
La
La
La
La
La
La
03
195
04
185
05
275
06
275
07
265
10
275
410 Moccagatta, Basarin
07
115
Moccagatta, Bric Balin
08
115
417
413
1500 Gaja, Barbaresco
416b
416c
416d
416e
416
411
Spinetta,
Spinetta,
Spinetta,
Spinetta,
Spinetta,
Spinetta,
Vigneto
Vigneto
Vigneto
Vigneto
Vigneto
Vigneto
Valeirano
Valeirano
Valeirano
Valeirano
Valeirano
Valeirano
Vursu
Vursu
Vursu
Vursu
Vursu
Vursu
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BARBARESCO - DOCG, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
424 Produttori del Barbaresco
11
Produttori del Barbaresco, Montefico Ris.
05
145
Produttori del Barbaresco, Montestefano Ris.
427a Produttori del Barbaresco, Montestefano Ris.
1580 Produttori del Barbaresco, Montestefano Ris.
Magnum
07
08
09
115
115
235
425 Produttori del Barbaresco, Muncagota Ris.
09
115
1581 Produttori del Barbaresco, Ovello Ris.
Magnum
09
235
404 Produttori del Barbaresco, Pora Ris.
08
115
426 Produttori del Barbaresco, Rabaja’ Ris.
07
115
426a Produttori del Barbaresco, Rabaja’ Ris.
09
115
428 Produttori del Barbaresco, Rio Sordo Ris. 07
115
20
Btl
80
403 Prunotto
11
95
430 Vietti, Masseria
09
185
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BAROLO - DOCG
Barolo is Barbaresco’s more illustrious neighbor in the Langhe Hills. Barolo is a larger
production zone than Barbaresco. This wine is also made from the Nebbiolo grape.
It is similar to Barbaresco, but is generally bigger, more tannic and requires longer
aging: 3 years, of which 2 are in wood. The Riserva is aged 5 years.
Bin No.
Azelia, Bricco Fiasc
Vintage
Btl
Magnum
05
345
469 Azelia, Margheria
08
130
1703 Azelia, Margheria
Magnum
08
285
469a Azelia, Margheria
09
135
470 Azelia, San Rocco
08
135
470a Azelia, San Rocco
09
140
419 Bussia Soprano, Gabutti della Bussia Riserva
01
215
420 Bussia Soprano, Mosconi
01
185
466 Ceretto-Bricco Rocche, Brunate
06
325
466a Ceretto-Bricco Rocche, Brunate
07
325
466bCeretto-Bricco Rocche, Brunate
08
325
Cogno, Vigna Elena Riserva
06
175
454 Conterno Fantino, Mosconi
06
185
454a Conterno Fantino, Mosconi
08
175
454b Conterno Fantino, Mosconi
09
175
454c Conterno Fantino, Mosconi
10
175
454d Conterno Fantino, Mosconi
11
175
03
175
06
195
10
195
11
195
01
175
03
185
04
195
06
185
09
185
10
185
11
185
462 Damilano, Lecinquevigne
11
80
445a Damilano, Cannubi
09
165
484 Damilano, Cannubi “1752” Riserva
08
445
421
Conterno
Conterno
440 Conterno
440aConterno
Fantino,
Fantino,
Fantino,
Fantino,
Sori
Sori
Sori
Sori
Conterno
441b Conterno
441c Conterno
Conterno
441e Conterno
441f Conterno
441 Conterno
Fantino,
Fantino,
Fantino,
Fantino,
Fantino,
Fantino,
Fantino,
Vigna
Vigna
Vigna
Vigna
Vigna
Vigna
Vigna
Ginestra
Ginestra
Ginestra
Ginestra
del
del
del
del
del
del
del
Gris
Gris
Gris
Gris
Gris
Gris
Gris
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BAROLO - DOCG, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
436 Damilano, Riserva
00
185
1590 Damilano, Riserva
Magnum
Magnum
99
425
00
425
457a Domenico Clerico, Ciabot Mentin
08
175
456 Domenico Clerico, Pajana
05
185
458 Domenico Clerico, Percristina
05
275
452 Domenico Clerico, Aeroplansevaj
07
215
Elio Altare, Arborino
05
210
477b E Pira Chiara Boschis, Cannubi
10
210
477 E Pira Chiara Boschis, Cannubi
11
210
1584 E Pira Chiara Boschis, Cannubi
Magnum
11
435
480 G.D. Vajra, Albe
11
80
439a Giacomo Conterno, Cascina Francia
08
295
439 Giacomo Conterno, Cascina Francia
09
305
1726 Giacomo Conterno, Cascina Francia
Magnum
09
725
Giacomo Conterno, Monfortino
459 Giacomo Conterno, Monfortino
02
785
05
845
432 Giacomo Grimaldi, Le Coste
06
135
429 La Spinetta, Campe
03
235
447 Marcarini, Brunate
08
125
467 Marcarini, Le Serra
09
110
Marchesi di Barolo
08
95
438 Marchesi di Barolo, Cannubi
10
185
446 Marengo, Brunate
08
135
446a Marengo, Brunate
10
150
475 Michele Chiarlo, Tortoniano
10
105
449 Paolo Conterno, Ginestra
08
155
449a Paolo Conterno, Ginestra
10
165
450 Paolo Conterno, Ginestra Riserva
06
215
1595 Damilano, Riserva
431
471
22
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BAROLO - DOCG, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
479 Paolo Scavino
11
90
493 Paolo Scavino, Bricco Ambrogio
10
115
493a Paolo Scavino, Bricco Ambrogio
11
125
Paolo Scavino, Bric del Fiasc
451 Paolo Scavino, Bric del Fiasc
05
215
10
145
Paolo Scavino, Cannubi
455a Paolo Scavino, Cannubi
06
245
11
175
Paolo
Paolo
463b Paolo
1707 Paolo
05
185
10
165
11
165
11
375
11
125
453b Paolo Scavino, Rocche Della Annunziata Riserva
00
350
Paolo
453a Paolo
1709 Paolo
453c Paolo
04
345
08
275
08
585
09
285
474 Paolo Sordo
04
75
442 Pecchenino, Le Coste
07
125
448 Pecchenino, San Guiseppe
07
105
461a Pio Cesare
11
125
464 Pio Cesare, Ornato
09
245
465 Pira Luigi, Marenca
07
135
460 Pira Luigi, Margheria
09
115
443b Poderi Luigi Einaudi, Nei Cannubi
03
185
Poderi Luigi Einaudi, Nei Cannubi
443 Poderi Luigi Einaudi, Nei Cannubi
06
185
10
195
Poderi Luigi Einaudi, Costa Grimaldi
444a Poderi Luigi Einaudi, Costa Grimaldi
444bPoderi Luigi Einaudi, Costa Grimaldi
00
165
03
160
06
185
476 Podere Luigi Einaudi, Terlo
08
125
Scavino,
Scavino,
Scavino,
Scavino,
Carobric
Carobric
Carobric
Carobric
Magnum
478 Paolo Scavino, Monvigliero
Scavino,
Scavino,
Scavino,
Scavino,
Rocche
Rocche
Rocche
Rocche
Della
Della
Della
Della
Annunziata
Annunziata
Annunziata
Annunziata
Riserva
Riserva
Ris.
Magnum
Riserva
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Bin No.
Btl
434 Prunotto
09
110
435 Prunotto, Bussia
05
165
435a Prunotto, Bussia
06
165
472 Renato Ratti, Marcenasco
09
105
473 Vietti, Lazzarito
03
185
11
825
490 Roberto Voerzio, Brunate
08
575
491 Roberto Voerzio, Cerequio
07
575
422 Roberto Voerzio, Fossati Case Nere Riserva 10 Anni
03
675
422a Roberto Voerzio, Fossati Case Nere Riserva 10 Anni
04
675
422b Roberto Voerzio, Fossati Case Nere Riserva 10 Anni
05
675
492a Roberto Voerzio, La Serra
07
625
492 Roberto Voerzio, La Serra
08
575
495 Roberto Voerzio, Rocche dell’Annunziato Torriglione
08
475
1599 Roberto Voerzio, Sarmassa
Magnum
07
1275
1594 Roberto Voerzio, Vecchie Viti Capalot
Magnum
07
1275
1548 Vietti, Lazzarito
Magnum
24
Vintage
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LANGHE ROSSO – DOC
When finally it was recognized by the disciplinary that vintners were able to produce
wines of great structure and complexity from a blend of different varietals within their
D.O.C. controlled vineyards, in 1995 “Langhe Rosso” replaced the former Vino da Tavola.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
481 Ceretto, Monsordo
11
95
487 Gaja, Costa Russi
99
625
Gaja, Costa Russi
487c Gaja, Costa Russi
487f Gaja, Costa Russi
“Nebbiolo-Barbera”
08
850
09
850
10
875
Gaja, Darmagi
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
09
535
486 Gaja, Sperss
08
545
488 Gaja, Sori San Lorenzo
98
625
488c Gaja, Sori San Lorenzo
05
825
488d Gaja, Sori San Lorenzo
09
850
488a Gaja, Sori San Lorenzo
10
875
00
875
05
825
06
850
09
850
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Syrah-Nebbiolo”
“Nebbiolo-Barbera”
“Nebbiolo-Barbera”
Gaja, Sori Tildin
489b Gaja, Sori Tildin
489c Gaja, Sori Tildin
489 Gaja, Sori Tildin
“Nebbiolo-Barbera”
GATTINARA - DOCG
Made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes, but from the Northern part of Piedmont
on the foothills of the Alps with a terroir and microclimate all its own.
The wine is elegant and complex, with pronounced fruit and minerality.
529 Travaglini, Gattinara
09
65
“Nebbiolo”
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BARBERA - DOC
Barbera is one of the most planted varietals in all of Italy, but it truly reaches its greatest
potential in the areas of Alba, Asti and Monferrato within the region of Piemonte. In
these areas, Barbera is thought of as “the poor man’s Barolo”. When this varietal falls in
the hands of a great producer, however, it can become one of the world’s finest wines.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
Braida, Ai Suma – Barbera d’Asti
07
155
509 Cogno - Barbera d’Alba “Pre-Phylloxera” 13
135
505 Coppo, Camp du Rouss – Barbera d’Asti
11
50
510 Coppo, Pomorosso – Barbera d’Asti
08
145
Conterno Fantino, La Vignotta – Barbera d’Alba
13
60
Giacomo Conterno, Cascina Francia - Barbera d’Alba
11
95
513
La Spinetta, Ca’Di Pian – Barbera d’Asti
11
55
514
La Spinetta, Gallina – Barbera d’Alba
10
110
504 Poderi Elia, Superiore – Barbera d’Asti
13
45
Vietti, Scarrone Vigna Vecchia – Barbera d’Alba
517a Vietti, Scarrone Vigna Vecchia – Barbera d’Alba
1553 Vietti, Scarrone Vigna Vecchia – Barbera d’Alba Magnum
11
150
12
165
12
375
511
DOLCETTO – DOC
Dolcetto has been grown for centuries in Piemonte and has recently been recognized
as one of the region’s most unique and fantastic wines, basically these wines are
“fruit bombs”.
523 Boschis Francesco, Vigna del Diliegio - Dogliani Sup. DOCG
10
55
524 Luigi Einaudi, Vigna Tec – Dolcetto Di Dogliani DOCG
11
55
522 Pecchenino, Bricco Botti – Dolcetto di Dogliani DOCG 11
75
Vietti, Tre Vigne – Dolcetto d’Alba
13
50
521
MONFERRATO – DOC
Vineyards are present just about everywhere on the hills of the Monferrato area.
The vineyards are a fundamental part of the landscape, the history and the customs
of its inhabitants. These vineyards produce prestigious grapes for excellent wines.
525a Cascina La Barbatella, Sonvico
26
07
65
12
65
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Barbera”
526 Montalbera, Laccento - Ruche di Castagnole di Monferrato
85
“Barbera-Cabernet Sauvignon”
527 Coppo, Alterego
99
“Ruche”
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LOMBARDY
Lombardy stretches from Switzerland, down through the stunning lakes and on
to the flatter plains of the river Po. Mostly known for its Franciacorta’s, they also
produce some excellent reds from Valtellina in the north. Sfurzat’s are made from
air-dried Nebbiolo grapes.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
533 Ca’del Bosco, Pinero IGT
06
150
07
150
“Pinot Noir”
534
Nino Negri, “5 Stelle” Sfursat DOCG
“Nebbiolo”
TRENTINO-ALTO ADIGE
Italy’s northernmost wine region is actually two regions that are quite different
from one another. Alto Adige, named for the Adige river that runs through the
valley of Alto Adige, was part of Austria until the end of World War 1, and the
inhabitants to this day still follow the customs of their Germanic background,
very similar to the populace of Alsace in France. They prefer to call their
region Sud-Tyrol, its traditional name. Trentino, further south, has historically
belonged to Italy, so names, customs, etc. are Italian. Climatically, Alto Adige is
generally cooler than Trentino, although both can get very hot in the summer.
536a Foradori, Granato Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT
04
115
536b Foradori, Granato Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT
06
115
536c Foradori, Granato Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT
07
125
11
85
11
85
09
110
00
155
01
165
04
165
06
175
07
135
08
135
07
345
13
75
10
70
12
115
09
105
“Teroldego”
530 Foradori, Morei Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT
“Teroldego”
531 Foradori, Sgarzon Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT
“Teroldego”
532 Gottardi, Blauburgunder Mazzon DOC
“Pinot Noir”
537b Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo IGT
537c Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo IGT
537d Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo IGT
Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo IGT
Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo IGT
537a Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Merlot”
1552 Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo IGT
Magnum
“25 Vendemmie”
542 Franz Haas, Pinot Nero Alto Adige DOC
“Pinot Noir”
535 Terlano, Montigl Riserva DOC
“Pinot Noir”
539 Terlano, Porphyr Lagrein Riserva DOC
“Lagrein”
538 Tenutae Lageder, Krafuss DOC
“Pinot Noir”
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FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA
This region that borders Austria and Slovenia was traditionally a part of the Austrian
Empire until 1919, and many of the best-known producers here have Germanic
names. The climate here is moderated by the marine influence of the Adriatic Sea.
Friuli has developed the reputation of being Italy’s finest white wine region. Very
good red wines are also made in this region especially with Merlot and Cabernet.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
Croatto, Clas IGT
“Merlot”
09
85
543 Jermann, Red Angel on the Moonlight IGT
12
70
11
75
10
55
04
145
04
210
04
205
04
115
06
95
11
65
“Pinot Noir-Merlot”
544 Jermann, Mjzzu Blau Blau IGT
“Franconia-Pinot Nero”
540 Livio Felluga, Vertigo IGT
“Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon”
545 Moschioni, Real DOC
“Tazzelenghe-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
547 Moschioni, Pignolo DOC
“Pignolo”
548 Moschioni, Schioppettino DOC
“Schioppettino”
549 Moschioni, Refosco DOC
“Refosco”
546 Sant’Elena, Quantum IGT
“Pignolo”
541
Scarbolo, Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso IGT
“Refosco”
LIGURIA
Liguria is an Italian wine region located in the northwest region of Italy along the
Italian Riviera. It is bordered by the Piedmont wine region to the north, the Alps
and French wine region of Provence to the west, the Apennine Mountains and the
Emilia-Romagna wine region to the east with a small border shared with Tuscany in
the south-east along the Ligurian sea. Liguria has several DOC regions with the most
notable being the Cinque Terre DOC. The DOC produces light white wines made from
grape varieties such as Bosco, Albarola and Vermentino. In the west, is the red wine
producing region of Dolceacqua producing wine from the indigenous Rossese grape.
552 Laura Aschero, Rosesse Riviera di Ligure Ponente DOC 13
60
“Rossese”
EMILIA ROMAGNA
Romagna lies on the eastern side of Bologna. The plains between Ferrara and Ravenna
known as the Po basin are noted for high yielding vines that produce fruit for blending
wines. Sangiovese, usually a medium bodied red in this region, remains the local favorite.
550 Fattoria Zerbina, Pietramora Riserva DOC
28
“Sangiovese”
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09
75
VENETO
Veneto is the third largest region in terms of total volume, but first in total D.O.C.
wine volume. Close to 70% of the D.O.C. wine produced in Veneto comes from
the area around the city of Verona in the west, near Lake Garda. Wines like
Soave, Valpolicella and Bardolino are among the world’s best-known wines.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
560 Maculan, Brentino Rosso IGT
11
45
“Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon”
561
Maculan, Fratta IGT “Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
07
175
Quintarelli, Alzero IGT “Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Merlot”
05
815
588 Quintarelli, Rosso del Bepi IGT 02
335
591
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-C/S-Nebbiolo-Croatina-Sangiovese”
577 Tommaso Bussola, L’Errante IGT
04
125
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA
One of Italy’s truly unique and famous red wines. Amarone is made from the same
grapes as Valpolicella, primarily Corvina, in the same areas, but Amarone undergoes
a process called “passito”, where select bunches of grapes are dried on racks to
concentrate their sugars and flavors. The resulting wine is strong and rich with a
higher alcohol content than Valpolicella. Amarone means “strongly bitter” in Italian.
565 Allegrini, La Poja IGT Veronese
55
12
85
13
55
03
225
05
225
09
225
“Corvina Veronese-Oseleta-Syrah”
564 Speri, Valpolicella Classico Superiore “Ripasso” DOC
11
“Corvina Veronese-Rondinella-Sangiovese”
563 Allegrini, La Grola IGT Veronese
165
“Corvina Veronese”
566 Allegrini, Palazzo della Torre IGT Veronese
09
“Corvina Veronese-Rondinella-Molinari”
Dal Forno Romano, Valpolicella DOC
Dal Forno Romano, Valpolicella DOC
569 Dal Forno Romano, Valpolicella DOC
“Corvina-Rondinella-Croatina-Oseleta”
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AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA con’t
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
13
55
12
55
590aBertani, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
64
850
590bBertani, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
67
725
Bertani, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
Bertani, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
“Corvina Veronese-Rondinella”
90
525
06
235
578 Allegrini, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
10
165
11
90
10
145
581d Dal Forno Romano, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
00
895
581e Dal Forno Romano, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
01
895
581f Dal Forno Romano, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
02
925
581g Dal Forno Romano, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
03
975
581h Dal Forno Romano, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
04
975
Dal Forno Romano, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
581a Dal Forno Romano, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
“Corvina-Rondinella-Croatina-Oseleta”
06
975
09
675
572 Le Salette, Amarone della Valpolicella “La Marega” DOC
10
145
11
120
07
295
07
285
07
185
568 Tommasi, “Ripasso” Valpolicella Classico Superiore DOC
“Corvina Veronese-Rondinella-Corvinone”
567 Zenato, “Ripassa” Valpolicella Superiore DOC
571
“Corvina-Rondinella-Sangiovese”
“Corvina-Rondinella-Oseleta”
559 M. Castellani, Amarone della Valpolicella “Colle Christi” DOC
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-Molinari”
597 M. Castellani, Amarone della Valp. “Le Cinque Stelle” DOC
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-Molinari”
581
“Corvina-Rondinella-Croatina-Dindarella”
585 Masi, Amarone della Valpolicella “Costasera” DOC
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinara”
586 Masi, Amarone della Valp. “Campolongo di Torbe” DOC
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinara”
594 Masi - Sergio Aligheri, Amarone della Valp. “Mazzano”
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinara”
587 Masi - Sergio Aligheri, Amarone della Valp. “Vaio Armaron”
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinara Sergio Aligheri”
30
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AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA con’t
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
Quintarelli Giuseppe, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
93
583a Quintarelli Giuseppe, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
00
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-C/S-Nebbiolo-Croatina-Sangiovese”
785
592 Quintarelli Giuseppe, Amarone della Valpolicella
975
00 1925
“Selezione Giuseppe Quintarelli”
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-C/S-Nebbiolo-Croatina-Sangiovese”
Quintarelli Giuseppe, Rosso Ca’ del Merlo IGT
05
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-C/S-Nebbiolo-Croatina-Sangiovese”
582 Righetti, Amarone della Valpolicella “G&G” DOC
175
06
145
06
105
10
155
08
195
11
95
596 Tenuta Sant’Antonio, Amarone della Valp. “Campo dei Gigli” 10
145
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinari”
573 Sartori, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-Cabernet”
570 Speri, Amarone della Valpolicella “Sant’Urbano” DOC “Corvina-Rondinella-Corvinone”
595 Tedeschi, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva
“Capiltel Monte Olmi” DOC
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-Rossignola-Croatina-Oseleta”
584 Tenuta Sant’Antonio, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
“Corvina-Rondinella-Croatina-Oseleta”
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-Croatina-Oseleta”
580 Tommasi, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
11
135
09
135
08
235
Vigneto Alto TB
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-Cabernet Franc-Dindarella”
08
385
579 Zenato, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
10
135
08
235
“Corvina-Corvinone-Rondinella-Molinara”
574 Tommaso Bussola, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinara”
598 Tommaso Bussola, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico TB
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinara”
576 Tommaso Bussola Amarone della Valpolicella Classico
“Corvina-Rondinella-Croatina-Oseleta”
593 Zenato, Amarone della Valp. Riserva “Sergio Zenato” DOC
“Corvina-Rondinella-Croatina-Oseleta”
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TUSCANY
The most dynamic wine region in Italy. Wine is made throughout the region,but
focused in the interior, among the rolling hills and fertile valleys around the
cities of Florence and Siena. Today most of the production is focused on quality
rather than quantity. Tuscany, home of the famous Chianti, is also home to the
so-called “Super-Tuscan”, top quality wines. About 75% of the wines produced
in Tuscany are red. This red grape varietal is the native Sangiovese and its
various clones: Sangioveto, Brunello, Prugnolo Gentile, Morellino, etc. Other
red grapes used for blending with Sangiovese are Cabernet Sauvignon,
Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Canaiolo, Mammolo, Colorino and Ciliegiolo.
CHIANTI CLASSICO – DOCG
Chianti is located in the central hills of Tuscany. Classico is the most famous of
the eight zones of the region. Riserva means that the wine has been aged for at
least 2 years in wood. Sangiovese is grown throughout Italy, however, in order
to be named a Chianti, the grape must have been grown in the region of Chianti.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
605 Marchese Antinori, Riserva Vigneto Tignanello
11
85
Barone Ricasoli, Brolio Riserva 10
65
604 Brancaia, Riserva
12
75
610 Capannelle, Riserva
10
85
622 Castello Banfi, Riserva
12
45
609 Castello dei Rampolla
12
65
Castello di Ama, Riserva
09
85
608 Castello di Ama, San Lorenzo Gran Selezione
11
95
10
195
725 Castello di Ama, Vigneto la Casuccia
07
365
Castello di Bossi, Berardo Riserva
11
70
603 Castello di Monsanto, Riserva
12
50
Castello di Volpaia, Riserva
11
65
607 Fattoria di Felsina, Rancia
09
85
606 Fontodi
10
65
Magnum
04
295
Sorbo
Sorbo
Sorbo
Magnum
Sorbo Gran Selezione
Sorbo Gran Selezione
06
365
09
365
10
365
11
165
613d
Fontodi,
Fontodi,
Fontodi,
Fontodi,
Fontodi,
12
185
619
Frescobaldi, Montesodi
12
90
602 Lamole di Lamole, Vigneto di Campolungo Gran Selezione
12
75
614 Ruffino, Riserva Ducale Oro Gran Selezione
10
65
Vignamaggio “Castello di Monna Lisa” Riserva
09
85
617
616
1591 Castello di Ama, San Lorenzo Gran Selezione
615
611
1712 Fontodi, Vigna del Sorbo 613
613b
1501
613c
618
32
Vigna
Vigna
Vigna
Vigna
Vigna
del
del
del
del
del
Magnum
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BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO – DOCG
One of Italy’s greatest red wines, Brunello is a clone of Sangiovese from the
vineyards around the town of Montalcino, south of Sienna. It makes a rich, dry and
powerful full-bodied red wine capable of aging for many years in the best vintages.
Beginning with the ’97 vintage, all Brunello is aged for a minimum of four years,
two years in the barrel. Prior to the ’97 vintage, the wine had to be barrel-aged
for at least three and a half years, which many producers felt robbed the wines of
some of the fruit character and left the wines overly tannic and rustic in style. A
Brunello bearing the label “Riserva” must see at least 5 years of age before release.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
Magnum
07
395
637b Antinori, Pian delle Vigne
10
145
664 Altesino
11
125
667 Altesino, Montosoli
09
215
1529 Altesino, Montosoli
Magnum
09
475
667a Altesino, Montosoli
10
245
1715 Altesino, Montosoli
Jeroboam
667b Altesino, Montosoli
1732 Altesino, Montosoli
Magnum
1733 Altesino, Montosoli
Jeroboam
10
975
11
195
11
465
11
975
668 Argiano
10
135
1583 Antinori, Pian delle Vigne
642 Biondi Santi, Riserva
04 1250
642a Biondi Santi, Riserva
06 1250
642b Biondi Santi, Riserva
07 1050
662 Camigliano, Gualto Riserva
06
155
665a Canalicchio di Sopra
95
165
665b Canalicchio di Sopra
05
150
Canalicchio
1558 Canalicchio
Canalicchio
665d Canalicchio
665e Canalicchio
1700 Canalicchio
07
140
07
285
08
125
09
125
10
175
10
395
641 Canalicchio di Sopra, Riserva
01
235
641a Canalicchio di Sopra, Riserva
647 Caparzo
06
235
10
95
648a Casanova di Neri, Cerretalto
99
415
648b Casanova di Neri, Cerretalto
01
415
04
415
06
465
07
485
08
485
Casanova
648d Casanova
Casanova
648e Casanova
1510 Casanova
648f Casanova
1731 Casanova
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
Sopra
Sopra
Magnum
Sopra
Sopra
Sopra
Sopra
Magnum
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Cerretalto
Cerretalto
Cerretalto
Cerretalto
Cerretalto
Magnum
Cerretalto
Cerretalto
Magnum
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08 1075
10
695
10 1475
33
BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO – DOCG, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
654 Casanova di Neri, Tenuta Nuova
01
285
654c Casanova di Neri, Tenuta Nuova
04
195
Casanova
Casanova
654e Casanova
654f Casanova
1512 Casanova
654a Casanova
1702 Casanova
654g Casanova
1730 Casanova
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
di
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
Neri,
05
175
07
185
08
175
09
175
09
825
10
245
10
535
11
195
11
475
Casanova
646a Casanova
1704 Casanova
646bCasanova
1729 Casanova
di
di
di
di
di
Neri
Neri
Neri
Magnum
Neri
Neri
Magnum
09
115
10
145
10
315
11
135
11
315
Jeroboam
07
515
Castello Banfi
10
145
687 Castello Banfi, Poggio Alle Mura
10
215
687a Castello Banfi, Poggio Alle Mura
11
185
688 Castello Banfi, Poggio Alle Mura Riserva
07
245
688a Castello Banfi, Poggio Alle Mura Riserva
10
285
623 Castello Banfi, Poggio All’Oro Riserva
10
375
1513 Castello Romitorio
Magnum
06
275
631b Castello Romitorio
09
135
631a Castello Romitorio
10
155
1524 Castello Romitorio
Jeroboam
10
695
677 Castello Romitorio, Filo di Seta
10
215
Castello Romitorio, Riserva
Castello Romitorio, Riserva
04
265
06
265
649 Castiglion del Bosco
10
95
636 Cerbaiona
04
255
636a Cerbaiona
05
265
Cerbaiona
636c Cerbaiona
636d Cerbaiona
636e Cerbaiona
06
385
07
395
09
395
10
405
Tenuta
Tenuta
Tenuta
Tenuta
Tenuta
Tenuta
Tenuta
Tenuta
Tenuta
1585 Castello Banfi
661
Nuova
Nuova
Nuova
Nuova
Nuova
Jeroboam
Nuova
Nuova
Magnum
Nuova
Nuova
Magnum
34
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BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO – DOCG, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
632 Ciacci Piccolomini D’Aragona, Riserva
06
265
632a Ciacci Piccolomini D’Aragona, Riserva
10
305
638 Costanti
07
145
638a Costanti
10
165
1711 Costanti
Magnum
10
365
1559 Costanti
Jeroboam
10
735
653 Costanti, Riserva
04
215
653a Costanti, Riserva
06
235
684 Donatella Cinelli Colombini, Prime Donne 10
165
639 Fuligni
10
185
640a Fuligni, Riserva
04
265
Fuligni, Riserva
1701 Fuligni, Riserva
Magnum
06
265
06
585
627 Gaja, Pieve Santa Restituta 10
185
Gaja, Pieve Santa Restituta “Rennina”
10
345
628 Gaja, Pieve Santa Restituta “Sugarille”
10
385
643 La Poderina
10
100
660a Lisini, Ugolaia
04
250
660 Lisini, Ugolaia
05
235
1572 Loacker, Corte Pavone Riserva
Magnum
04
365
644a Luce della Vite
09
185
644bLuce della Vite
10
235
626 Marchesi de’Frescobaldi, Castelgiocondo 09
135
626a Marchesi de’Frescobaldi, Castelgiocondo 10
150
689 Poggio Antico
10
155
663 Poggio Antico, Riserva
07
295
634a Poggio Antico, Altero
06
195
634 Poggio Antico, Altero
09
195
652a Salvioni, Cerbaiolo
08
345
621
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BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO – DOCG, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
625 Salicutti, Piaggione
04
170
633 San Felice, Campogiovanni
06
175
633a San Felice, Campogiovanni
07
175
686 San Filippo, Le Lucere
10
145
686a San Filippo, Le Lucere
11
135
669 Siro Pacenti
04
255
657 Siro Pacenti, Pelagrilli
09
135
683 Tenuta Il Poggione
10
175
645 Tenuta Il Poggione, Riserva Vigna Paganelli
07
195
620 Tenuta Silvio Nardi
09
100
659 Terralsole, Riserva
04
255
Uccelliera
658b Uccelliera
658c Uccelliera
658 Uccelliera
658a Uccelliera
06
125
07
125
09
125
10
145
11
125
629 Uccelliera, Riserva
06
245
629a Uccelliera, Riserva
10
255
655d Valdicava
04
185
655e Valdicava
05
215
Valdicava
655b Valdicava
655a Valdicava
655c Valdicava
07
215
08
215
09
215
10
265
656c Valdicava, Madonna del Piano
03
325
656a Valdicava, Madonna del Piano
04
475
656b Valdicava, Madonna del Piano
06
495
1557 Valdicava, Madonna del Piano
06 1075
36
Magnum
656 Valdicava, Madonna del Piano
09
515
635a Voliero
07
125
635b Voliero
10
135
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ROSSO DI MONTALCINO – DOC
This D.O.C. was established in 1984 in part to insure that only the very best
production went into its big brother, Brunello di Montalcino. Rosso di Montalcino
requires only one year of aging before release. Rosso is an excellent alternative
to the customer that wants some of the character of Brunello at bargain prices.
The Rosso di Montalcino from the top estates is usually an excellent bargain.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
673 Castello Banfi, Poggio alle Mura
13
60
680 Castello Romitorio
11
50
682 Poggio Antico
09
75
674 Uccelliera
13
55
671
Valdicava
11
70
672
Voliero
10
50
VINO NOBILE DI MONTEPULCIANO – DOCG
Located in Southern Tuscany, east of Brunello di Montalcino, the wines from
the hill town of Montepulciano have been renowed for centuries. The wines
are big, full-bodied reds made from Prugnolo Gentile a clone of Sangiovese
and blended with Canaioilo and Mammolo which soften the finished wine. In a
great vintage, Vino Nobile can rival the great wines of Brunello di Montalcino.
Vino Nobile must be aged for a minimum of 2 years, 3 years for Riserva.
678 Avignonesi
12
65
679 Avignonesi, Grandi Annate
07
175
679a Avignonesi, Grandi Annate
11
185
Corte alla Flora, Riserva
11
60
675 La Braccesca, Vigneto Santa Pia
08
70
676 Poderi Boscarelli
12
70
681
MORELLINO DI SCANSANO – DOC
For centuries northern Toscana held the wine throne.
Then along came
Sassicaia in Bolgheri and the revolution began. Today southern Tuscan wines
no longer have to live in the shadow of Chianti Classico, Montepulciano and
Montalcino. While Bolgheri has become the darling of Italian wine fashion
nearby Morellino di Scansano D.O.C. in Maremma is located in the extreme South
of Toscana on the border with Lazio. The climate is warmer than in Northern
Toscana and produces richer, more powerfull wines. Sangiovese does better
here than in Bolgheri, but it is also warm enough to ripen cabernet sauvignon.
685 Fattoria Le Pupille, Elisabetta Geppetti
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11
45
37
SUPER TUSCANS - IGT
In Italy, because of very strict laws, wine produced with non-indigenous
grape varieties cannot be labeled as D.O.C. or D.O.C.G. and therefore are called
“Vino da Tavola”. With the revisions of 1992, many of them began using the
new IGT category, and one, Sassicaia was awarded its own D.O.C. More will
inevitably follow.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
11
75
“Syrah”
713
Argiano, Solengo IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Petit Verdot-Syrah-Merlot”
12
135
Bocelli, Terre di Sandro IGT
“Sangiovese”
05
175
772 Cabreo, Il Borgo IGT
11
115
06
255
716a Capannelle, Solare IGT
04
105
716b Capannelle, Solare IGT
05
105
1519 Capannelle, Solare IGT
Magnum
05
225
09
150
10
155
796 Castello Banfi, Aska Bolgheri Rosso DOC 12
70
12
85
10
155
Magnum
736c Castello Banfi, Summus Sant’Antimo DOC
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Sangiovese-Syrah”
07
315
11
145
Castello dei Rampolla, Sammarco
712d Castello dei Rampolla, Sammarco
712 Castello dei Rampolla, Sammarco
712a Castello dei Rampolla, Sammarco
712c Castello dei Rampolla, Sammarco
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Sangiovese”
98
185
05
155
08
195
09
195
10
195
785 Amerighi Stefano Cortona DOC
781
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon”
767 Capannelle-Avignonesi, 50 & 50 IGT
“Merlot-Sangiovese”
“Sangiovese-Malvasia Nera”
784 Casaloste, Inversus IGT
“Merlot”
799 Casanova di Neri, Pietradonice IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
738 Castello Banfi, Cum Laude Sant’Antimo DOC
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Syrah”
737 Castello Banfi, Excelsus Sant’Antimo DOC
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
1586 Castello Banfi, Summus Sant’Antimo DOC
38
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
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Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
743d Castello dei Rampolla, d’Alceo IGT
04
385
743b Castello dei Rampolla, d’Alceo IGT
06
385
743 Castello dei Rampolla, d’Alceo IGT
07
445
743c Castello dei Rampolla, d’Alceo IGT
08
465
743a Castello dei Rampolla, d’Alceo IGT
10
445
07
345
09
355
10
355
11
355
700 Castello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
01
315
700a Castello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
03
315
700bCastello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
04
305
700c Castello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
05
315
700dCastello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
06
315
700e Castello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
07
315
700f Castello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
08
285
Castello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
1732 Castello del Terriccio, Lupicaia IGT
Magnum
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Petit Verdot”
09
315
09
685
705 Castello di Fonterutoli, Siepi IGT
03
215
09
135
08
105
706 Fattoria di Felsina, Fontalloro IGT
09
125
1576 Fattoria di Felsina, Fontalloro IGT
Magnum
08
255
“Sangiovese”
715
Fattoria di Felsina, Maestro Raro IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
11
115
Fattoria Petrolo, Galatrona IGT
“Merlot”
02
175
768 Fattoria Poggiopiano, Rosso di Sera IGT
06
135
748b Fontodi, Case Via IGT
00
110
748 Fontodi, Case Via IGT
09
125
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Petit Verdot”
Castello
733 Castello
733b Castello
733c Castello
“Merlot”
di
di
di
di
Ama,
Ama,
Ama,
Ama,
L’Apparita
L’Apparita
L’Apparita
L’Apparita
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
“Sangiovese-Merlot”
732 Cignale IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
758 Enrico Santini, Montepergolo Bolgheri DOC
714
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Syrah-Sangiovese”
“Sangiovese-Colorino”
“Syrah”
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SUPER TUSCANS - IGT
Bin No.
Fontodi, Flaccianello
729g Fontodi, Flaccianello
1511 Fontodi, Flaccianello
729h Fontodi, Flaccianello
729d Fontodi, Flaccianello
729a Fontodi, Flaccianello
1535 Fontodi, Flaccianello
729b Fontodi, Flaccianello
729c Fontodi, Flaccianello
1710 Fontodi, Flaccianello
“Sangiovese”
della
della
della
della
della
della
della
della
della
della
Pieve
Pieve
Pieve
Pieve
Pieve
Pieve
Pieve
Pieve
Pieve
Pieve
IGT
IGT
IGT
Jeroboam
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
Magnum
IGT
IGT
IGT
Magnum
Btl
03
215
06
215
06 1250
07
235
08
245
10
265
10
545
11
255
12
255
12
545
10
105
762 Gaja Ca’Marcanda, Magari IGT
13
175
1545 Gaja Ca’Marcanda, Magari IGT
Magnum
13
365
726 Gaja Ca’Marcanda, Promis IGT
13
95
11
135
10
155
11
105
09
285
754 La Massa, La Massa IGT
11
70
1597 La Massa, La Massa IGT
11
145
Magnum
“Sangiovese-Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon-Alicante”
751
La Spinetta, Il Colorino di Casanova IGT
“Colorino”
09
65
747 La Spinetta, Il Nero di Casanova IGT
“Sangiovese”
11
55
735a Le Macchiole, Messorio IGT
735 Le Macchiole, Messorio IGT
735b Le Macchiole, Messorio IGT
“Merlot”
07
10
11
425
525
525
774 Gagliole Rosso IGT
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon”
“Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
“Merlot-Syrah-Sangiovese”
744 Isole E Olena, Cepparello IGT
“Sangiovese”
720 La Brancaia, Il Blu IGT
“Sangiovese-Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon”
782 La Brancaia, Ilatraia IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Sangiovese-Petit Verdot”
786 La Massa, Giorgio Primo IGT
40
Vintage
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Petit Verdot”
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SUPER TUSCANS - IGT con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
769 Le Macchiole, Paleo Rosso IGT
05
215
769b Le Macchiole, Paleo Rosso IGT
“Cabernet Franc”
07
215
761 Le Macchiole, Scrio IGT
761a Le Macchiole, Scrio IGT
“Syrah”
10
11
295
295
798 Le Pupille, Saffredi Maremma IGT
“Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon”
10
235
798a Le Pupille, Saffredi Maremma IGT
“Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon-Petit Verdot”
11
185
709 Le Serre Nuove dell ’Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot”
12
135
711
Luce della Vite, Lucente IGT
“Merlot-Sangiovese”
13
60
721
Luce della Vite, Luce della Vite IGT
“Sangiovese-Merlot”
10
185
776 Marchese Antinori, Guado al Tasso Il Bruciato Bolgheri DOC
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Syrah”
13
60
719a Marchese Antinori, Guado al Tasso Bolgheri DOC Superiore
1588 Marchese Antinori, Guado al Tasso Magnum “Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot”
11
11
205
450
792 Marchese Antinori, Cont’Ugo Bolgheri DOC 12
90
703e Marchese Antinori, Solaia IGT
03
645
703c Marchese Antinori, Solaia IGT
07
575
703a Marchese Antinori, Solaia IGT
09
575
1506 Marchese Antinori, Solaia IGT
09 2675
“Merlot”
Jeroboam
703 Marchese Antinori, Solaia IGT
10
1504 Marchese Antinori, Solaia IGT
Magnum
703b Marchese Antinori, Solaia IGT
703d Marchese Antinori, Solaia IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Sangiovese”
10 1325
11 575
12 575
730 Marchese Antinori, Tignanello IGT
07
12
12
245
185
465
12
65
730b Marchese Antinori, Tignanello IGT
1587 Marchese Antinori, Tignanello IGT
Magnum
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
731
Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi, Tenuta di Castiglioni IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Sangiovese”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
575
41
SUPER TUSCANS - IGT con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
11
95
723 Montevertine, Le Pergole Torte IGT
07
215
Montevertine,
723b Montevertine,
Montevertine,
1600 Montevertine,
“Sangiovese”
08
215
10
235
11
235
Jeroboam
11
1175
753 Montepeloso, Eneo IGT
“Montepulciano-Sangiovese-Marsalan-Alicante Bouschet”
10
95
790 Perazzeta, Mercurio IGT
13
50
763 Mazzei, Philip IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
Le
Le
Le
Le
Pergole
Pergole
Pergole
Pergole
Torte
Torte
Torte
Torte
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Franc-Alicante”
1721 Podere Il Carnasciale, Il Caberlot IGT
1722 Podere Il Carnasciale, Il Caberlot IGT
1723 Podere Il Carnasciale, Il Caberlot IGT
Magnum
Magnum
Magnum
07
725
11
165
11
145
10
12
145
325
787 Podere Sapaio, Volpollo Bolgheri DOC
12
75
1520 Podere Sapaio, Volpollo Bolgheri DOC
Magnum
11
155
746 Poggio al Tesoro, Sondraia Bolgheri Superiore DOC
11
95
09
110
“Caberlot”
728 Podere Orma Bolgheri IGT
“Cabernet Franc-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
741
Podere Poggio Scalette, Il Carbonaione IGT
“Sangiovese”
742b Podere Sapaio, Sapaio Bolgheri Superiore DOC
1570 Podere Sapaio, Sapaio Bolgheri Superiore DOC
Magnum
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot”
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Petit Verdot”
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc”
766 Rocca delle Macie, Roccato IGT
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon”
717
Ruffino, Modus IGT
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
12
75
740 San Felice, Vigorello IGT
11
110
10
185
07
275
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Pugnitello-Petit Verdot”
788 San Giusto a Rentennano , Percarlo IGT
“Sangiovese”
760 Tenuta Argentiera, Giorgio Bartholomaus IGT
42
01 600
03 600
“Merlot”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
SUPER TUSCANS - IGT con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
Tenuta dell’ Ornellaia, Le Volte IGT
“Sangiovese-Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon”
13
60
718
702k Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC
702 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC
702a Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC
702b Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC
702c Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC
1528 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC Magnum
702d Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC
1713 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC Magnum
1714 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC Jeroboam
“Cabernet Sauvginon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot”
06 415
08 375
09 375
10 375
11 395
11 895
12 415
12 945
12 1985
701b Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto IGT
94 1500
701a Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto IGT
96 1500
701c Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto IGT
02 1500
701f
701h
1508
701g
701
701j
1718
1719
708
1515
1516
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia,
“Merlot”
Masseto
Masseto
Masseto
Masseto
Masseto
Masseto
Masseto
Masseto
Masseto
Masseto
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
Magnum
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
Magnum
IGT
Jeroboam
Tenuta di Biserno, Lodovico IGT
Tenuta di Biserno, Lodovico IGT
Magnum
Tenuta di Biserno, Lodovico IGT
Jeroboam
“Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot”
03 1500
04 1500
08 1500
09 1500
09 3150
10 1500
11 1500
12 1500
12 3150
12 6450
11 625
11 1375
11 2785
722 Tenuta di Biserno, Il Pino di Biserno IGT
“Cabernet Franc-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Petit Verdot”
08
110
Tenuta di Biserno, Insoglio IGT
“Merlot-Cabernet Franc-Cabernet Sauvignon-Petit Verdot”
13
65
750 Tenuta di Capezzana, Carmignano Villa di Capezzana DOCG 09
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon
55
745 Tenuta di Nozzole, Vigneto Il Pareto IGT
11
155
11
585
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
794 Tenuta Guado al Tasso, Matarocchio IGT
“Cabernet Franc”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
43
SUPER TUSCANS - IGT con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
734 Tenuta San Guido, Guidalberto Bolgheri IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
13
95
704 Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia Bolgheri DOC
04
450
704bTenuta San Guido, Sassicaia Bolgheri DOC
05
450
704c Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia Bolgheri DOC
07
450
704a Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia Bolgheri DOC
10
450
702d Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia Bolgheri DOC
704e Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia Bolgheri DOC
11
12
450
450
1502 Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia Bolgheri DOC
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
Magnum
12
965
752a Tenuta Sette Ponti, Crognolo IGT
“Sangiovese-Merlot”
10
70
765 Tenuta Sette Ponti, Oreno IGT
12
195
783 Tenuta Sette Ponti, Poggio al Lupo IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Allicante-Petit Verdot”
12
115
1729 Terrabianca, Campaccio IGT
Magnum
724 Terrabianca, Campaccio IGT
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon”
09
11
155
75
793 Tolaini, Valdisanti IGT “Cabernet Sauvignon-Sangiovese-Cabernet Franc”
11
75
756 Tua Rita, Giusto di Notri IGT “Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot”
11
155
755 Tua Rita, Perlato del Bosco IGT
“Sangiovese”
12
75
707b Tua Rita, Redigaffi IGT
03
“Funny
or interesting quote about wine”
707c Tua Rita, Redigaffi IGT 05
465
707d Tua Rita, Redigaffi IGT 06
545
Tua Rita,
707f Tua Rita,
707 Tua Rita,
707a Tua Rita,
707g Tua Rita,
“Merlot”
07
565
08
585
09
10
585
585
11
585
795 Tua Rita, Syrah IGT
795a Tua Rita, Syrah IGT
“Syrah”
11
12
375
375
779 Villa Pillo, Vivaldaia IGT
“Cabernet Franc”
11
50
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
Image or
44
Redigaffi
Redigaffi
Redigaffi
Redigaffi
Redigaffi
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
IGT
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
475
MARCHE
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
801 Umani Ronchi, Cumaro Rosso Conero DOC
09
50
11
55
09
65
12
45
10
105
810 Lungarotti, Torgiano Rosso Ris. Rubesco V. Monticchio DOCG05
105
“Montepulciano”
UMBRIA
803 Cantina Altarocca, Librato Umbria Rosso IGT
“Cabernet Franc-Canaiolo”
809 Colpetrone, Sagrantino di Montefalco DOCG
“Sagrantino”
806 Falesco, Merlot IGT “Merlot”
808 Lamborghini, Campoleone IGT
“Merlot- Sangiovese”
“Sangiovese-Cannaiola”
811
Tenuta Bellafonte, Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG
“Sagrantino”
10
105
815a Falesco, Montiano IGT
05
95
Falesco, Montiano IGT
“Merlot”
09
95
12
85
11
55
05
75
11
50
Magnum 08
825 La Valentina, “Binomio” Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Ris. DOC 10
“Montepulciano”
215
LAZIO
815
ABRUZZO
823 Farnese, Edizione Cinque Autoctoni “Montepulciano-Primitivo-Sangiovese-Negroamaro-Malvasia Nera”
821
Il Feuduccio Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC
“Montepulciano”
822 Il Feuduccio Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Ris. “Ursonia” DOC “Montepulciano”
818
La Quercia Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Riserva DOC
“Montepulciano”
1706 La Valentina, “Binomio” Ris. DOC
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
95
45
MOLISE
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
826 Di Majo-Norante, Don Luigi Riserva DOC
09
75
Feudi di San Gregorio, Serpico IGT
“Aglianico di Taurasi-Piedirosso”
08
155
835 Feudi di San Gregorio, Patrimo IGT
01
195
834 Galardi, Terra di Lavoro IGT Roccamonfina
01
185
834a Galardi, Terra di Lavoro IGT Roccamonfina
02
195
834bGalardi, Terra di Lavoro IGT Roccamonfina
03
230
834c Galardi, Terra di Lavoro IGT Roccamonfina
08
165
834d Galardi, Terra di Lavoro IGT Roccamonfina
10
155
832b Montevetrano Colli di Salerno Rosso IGT
02
155
832c Montevetrano Colli di Salerno Rosso IGT
10
145
832 Montevetrano Colli di Salerno Rosso IGT
11
145
“Montepulciano-Aglianico”
CAMPANIA
831
“Merlot”
“Aglianico-Piedirosso”
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Aglianico”
836 Villa Matilde, Falerno del Massico Rosso “Camarato” DOC
08
75
07
115
06
75
08
65
12
48
12
55
11
65
“Aglianico-Cabernet Sauvignon-Syrah”
833 Villa Matilde, Taurasi DOCG
135
“Aglianico-Piedirosso”
830 Villa Matilde, Cecubo IGT
06
“Aglianico”
PUGLIA
845 Rivera, Il Falcone Castel del Monte DOC
“Nero di Troia-Montepulciano”
847 Tormaresca, Bocca di Lupo DOC
“Aglianico-Cabernet”
846 Tormaresca, Trentangeli DOC
“Aglianico-Cabernet Sauvignon-Syrah”
848 Tormaresca, Torcicoda IGT Salento
“Primitivo”
CALABRIA
850 Librandi, Gravello IGT Val di Neto
46
“Gaglioppo-Cabernet Sauvignon”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
BASILICATA
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
852 Elena Fucci, Aglianico del Vulture DOC “Titolo”
12
85
08
145
07
105
Jeroboam
08
475
864 Le Vigne di Eli Etna Rosso Moganazzi Volta Sciara
11
95
09
85
10
185
09
85
09
85
10
85
13
55
866 Tasca d’Almerita, Rosso del Conte Contea di Sclafani DOC
08
135
1705 Tasca d’Almerita, Rosso del Conte DOC
Jeroboam 06
375
862 Tascante, Tascante IGT
09
95
“Aglianico del Vulture”
SICILY
855 Donnafugata, Mile E Una Note IGT
“Nero d’Avola”
857 Firriato, Camelot IGT
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
1530 Firriato, Harmonium IGT
“Nero d’Avola”
“Nerello Mascalese-Nerello Cappucio”
858 Morgante, Don Antonio IGT
“Nero d’Avola”
865 Pietradolce, Vigna Barbagalli Etna Rosso DOC
“Nerrello Mascalese”
860 Planeta, Sito dell’Ulmo IGT
“Merlot”
867 Planeta, Maroccoli IGT
“Syrah”
859 Planeta, Santa Cecilia IGT
“Nero d’Avola”
856 Tasca d’Almerita, Lamuri IGT
“Nero d’Avola”
“Nero d’Avola-Perricone-Syrah-Merlot”
“Nerello Mascalese”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
47
SARDINIA
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
872 Agricola Punica, Barrua IGT Isola dei Nuraghi
04
95
10
95
08
135
13
70
“Carignano-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot”
874 Argiolas, Korem IGT Isola dei Nuraghi
“Bovale Sardo-Carignano-Cannonau”
873 Argiolas, Turriga IGT Isola dei Nuraghi
“Cannonau-Malvasia Nera-Carignano-Bovale Sardo”
868 Jankara, Lu Nieddu Colli del Limbura IGT
“Caricaggiola-Pascale-Cannonau-Dolcetto-Barbera-Cabernet Franc”
871
Santadi, Carignano del Sulcis Superiore “Terre Brune” DOC
“Carignano-Bovaleddu”
877 Sella & Mosca, Marchese di Villamarina IGT
48
125
04
145
09
60
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
870 Shardana, Valli di Porto Pino “Shardana” IGT
07
“Carignano-Shiraz”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
SPAIN
JUMILLA
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1405 Juan Gil
12
45
13
105
“Old Vine Mourvedre-Monastrell”
COSTERS DEL SEGRE
1400 Castell d’Encus, Quest
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot-Merlot”
VALENCIA
1403 Mustiguillo, Finca Terrerazo Vino De Pago D.O.P.
10
90
11
45
05
165
08
55
09
85
08
70
10
70
1417 Bodegas y Vinedos, Alion by Vega Sicilia
08
165
1417a Bodegas y Vinedos, Alion by Vega Sicilia
09
165
12
85
07
1100
10
95
10
90
1418 Vega Sicilia, “Unico” 96
775
1418c Vega Sicilia, “Unico” 99
745
1418a Vega Sicilia, “Unico” 00
785
09
325
“Bobal”
LA MANCHA
1440 Volver
“Tempranillo”
RIOJA
1414 Bodegas Vinicola Real, 200 Monges Reserva “Tempranillo-Graciano-Mazuelo”
1413 Coto De Imaz, Reserva “Tempranillo”
1412 CVNE, Imperial Reserva “Tempranillo”
1411 Marques de Caceres, Gran Reserva
“Tempranillo-Mazuelo-Gracino”
1415 Pagos de Labarca, AEX D.O.C.
“Tempranillo”
RIBERA DEL DUERO
“Tempranillo”
1409 Torresilo
“Tempranillo”
1410 Domino de Pingus, Pingus
“Tempranillo”
1465 Emilio Moro, Malleolus
“Tempranillo”
1421 Finca Torremilanos, Torre Albeniz
“Tempranillo”
“Tempranillo-Cabernet Sauvignon”
1419 Vega Sicilia, “Valbuena 5” “Tempranillo-Merlot”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
49
SPAIN, CON’T
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1423 Numanthia, Termes
11
65
10
115
09
125
12
65
08
265
08
185
11
40
09
145
13
55
1460 Achaval Ferrer, Finca Altamira I.P. Mendoza
10
185
10
185
11
115
12
70
1467 Bodegas Catena Zapata, Nicolas Catena Zapata
09
215
1467a Bodegas Catena Zapata, Nicolas Catena Zapata
10
215
1467b Bodegas Catena Zapata, Nicolas Catena Zapata
11
215
14
55
11
55
09
195
13
85
“Tempranillo”
1424 Numanthia, Numanthia
“Tempranillo”
1420 Pintia by Vega Sicilia
“Tempranillo”
SOUTH AMERICA
CHILE
1450 Casa Lapastolle, Cuvee Alexandre
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1462 Concha y Toro, Carmin de Peumo
“Carmenere”
1448 Concha y Toro, Don Melchor
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
1449 Concha y Toro, Gran Reserva
“Carmenere”
1463 Emiliana, Ge
“Syrah-Carmenere-Cabernet Sauvignon”
ARGENTINA
1466 Achaval Ferrer I.P. Mendoza
“Malbec”
“Malbec”
1461 Achaval Ferrer, Finca Mirador I.P. Mendoza
“Malbec”
1457 Achaval Ferrer, Quimero I.P. Mendoza
“Malbec-Cabernet Franc-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Petit Verdot”
1451 Bodega El Porvenir de Cafayate, Laborum “Tannat”
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1468 Colome, Autentico “Pre-phylloxera” - 100 yr old vines
“Malbec”
1455 Navarro Correas, Alegoria Gran Reserva
“Malbec”
1458 Terrazas, Cheval des Andes
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Malbec-Petit Verdot”
1453 Vina Cobos, Bramare - Uco Valley
50
“Malbec”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
CALIFORNIA
As far as we can judge, there have always been vines in North America. Lief Ercison,
the Viking explorer, found vines in profusion when he landed on the Northeast coast
and named it Vineland. When European vines were first planted on the West Coast,
they lived. Those first plantings were of Mission grapes, tended by missionaries.
Before California wines started to take us all by storm, there was a little matter
called “Prohibition”. Between 1919 and 1933, alcohol was an illegal drug in the
U.S.A. The acreage of land under vine actually increased during Prohibition. Grape
growing wasn’t forbidden if you did it in the privacy of your own home. Some
commercial wine-making was allowed too, for altar wine. Even so, from producing
55 million gallons of wine just before Prohibition, the U.S.A. produced only 3.5 million
gallons in 1925. It was a period that did nothing to train the national palate. After
Prohibition came the Depression and World War Two, so not until the 1970’s did a
new, revived California wine industry start to take shape, and then it hit the headlines
almost immediately. California wine was on its way, and it hasn’t looked back since.
MERITAGE BLENDS
NAPA VALLEY
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
922 Bond, Melbury
08
685
923 Bond, Pluribus
08
685
923a Bond, Pluribus
10
795
923b Bond, Pluribus
11
795
900 Bond, St. Eden
10
795
896 Beaulieu VIneyard, Tapestry Reserve
11
75
Celani, Tenacious
07
120
908 Charles Krug, Family Reserve “Generations”
11
110
09
985
913
Colgin IX Estate
921a Colgin IX Estate
921
12 1275
928a Dominus
08
315
928 Dominus
12
415
907 Ellman Family Vineyards, Jemma
12
155
910 Ellman Family Vineyards, BB
09
100
925 Girard, Artistry
12
85
1598 Girard, Artistry
Magnum
12
175
Jarvis, Lake William
07
225
Joseph Phelps, Insignia
1560 Joseph Phelps, Insignia
Magnum
911b Joseph Phelps, Insignia
08
345
09
745
11
375
911
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
51
MERITAGE BLENDS - NAPA VALLEY, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
Kobalt, Window Pane
09
75
920 Moon-Tsai, Howell Mountain Hillside
10
165
906 Opus One
12
405
930 Orin Swift, Papillon
13
135
903 Orin Swift, The Prisoner
14
85
909 Pahlmeyer
13
335
Paoletti Winery, Non Ultra Plus
98
165
905a Quintessa, Rutherford
12
285
Robert Foley, Claret
05
215
898 Saved Red
12
45
932 Signorello, Padrone
00
175
932a Signorello, Padrone
12
335
901 Tamber Bey, Tovero
09
125
Peter Michael, Les Pavots – Knights Valley 902a Peter Michael, Les Pavots – Knights Valley
902b Peter Michael, Les Pavots – Knights Valley
06
325
11
385
12
395
Verite
98
250
10
145
11
215
926 Quilceda Creek – Columbia Valley
08
345
927 Saggi – Columbia Valley
09
95
938 Stella Maris - Columbia Valley
08
75
915
916
919
SONOMA COUNTY
931
WASHINGTON STATE
912
Andrew Will Cellars, Champoux Vineyard
929 Leonetti Cellars - Walla Walla 52
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
CABERNET SAUVIGNON - NAPA VALLEY
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
937 Anakota, Helena Montana Vineyard
10
145
983 Antica, Antinori Family Estate
12
115
Araujo, Eisele Vineyard
981a Araujo, Eisele Vineyard
981b Araujo, Eisele Vineyard
06
450
07
450
08
475
949 Araujo, Altagracia
09
205
949a Araujo, Altagracia
10
210
949b Araujo, Altagracia
11
265
949c Araujo, Altagracia
12
265
974 Beaulieu Vineyard, Georges de Latour
10
195
984 Beringer, Private Reserve
09
275
1004 Brandlin
11
105
890 BR Cohn, Olive Hill
13
105
1012 Cade
12
125
975 Cade, Howell Mountain
11
150
894 Cade, Reserve Howell Mountain
12
375
964 Cakebread Cellars
12
155
1014 Cakebread Cellars, Dancing Bear Ranch
12
255
954 Caymus
13
145
12
665
953 Caymus, Special Select
12
345
986 Chappellet, Pritchard Hill
09
265
986a Chappellet, Pritchard Hill
12
375
973 Charles Krug
13
55
943 Clos du Val
12
65
1013 Continuum
12
365
957 Dalla Valle
97
365
965 Dalla Valle, Maya
08
575
Diamond Creek, Gravelly Meadow
01
330
951
Diamond Creek, Red Rock Terrace
01
330
13
235
981
1596 Caymus “40th Anniversary” - Special Edition
959 Far Niente
Jeroboam
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
53
CABERNET SAUVIGNON - NAPA VALLEY, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
979 Fisher, Coach Insignia
11
175
985 Freemark Abbey
11
85
Frog’s Leap
13
95
963 Gallo, Signature Series
12
80
971
Grace Family Vineyards
958 Groth
05
195
958a Groth
06
195
958b Groth
07
195
958c Groth
12
125
888 Hall, Kathryn Hall
16
325
955 Groth, Reserve
09
295
1011 Harlan Estate
54
06 900
11 1725
960a Heitz, Martha’s Vineyard
04
385
960BHeitz, Martha’s Vineyard
10
465
993 Hess Collection, 19 Block Cuvee – Mount Veeder
11
75
970 Hess Collection - Mount Veeder
11
125
935 Hewitt Vineyard - Rutherford
12
235
987 Honig
13
85
967 Joseph Phelps
12
125
968 La Jota Vineyard, Howell Mountain 10
135
941 La Jota Vineyard, Howell Mountain - Cabernet Franc 10
135
1003aLail Vineyards, Blueprint
13
165
980aLail Vineyards, J Daniel Cuvee
99
150
980aLail Vineyards, J Daniel Cuvee
12
415
988 Lewis
13
195
889 Lokoya, Howell Mountain
12
675
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
CABERNET SAUVIGNON - NAPA VALLEY, con’t.
Bin No.
Btl
05
495
06
495
07
515
11
625
12
675
947d
Lokoya,
Lokoya,
Lokoya,
Lokoya,
Lokoya,
969
Oberon, Michael Mondavi Winery
13
45
1000 M by Michael Mondavi
07
375
1000a M by Michael Mondavi
10
375
940 Odette Estate, Stags Leap District
12
190
1013 Odette Estate, Stags Leap District Reserve
12
975
998
Ovid
12
625
892
Ovid, Experiment L2.2
12
345
939
Paul Hobbs
12
145
1010 Paul Hobbs, Beckstoffer to Kalon Vineyard - Oakville
10
695
1008 Paul Hobbs, Beckstoffer Las Piedras Vineyard - St. Helena
10
355
1009 Paul Hobbs, Stagecoach Vineyard
10
325
990 Pine Ridge
12
115
978
Pine Ridge, Stag’s Leap District
11
185
977
Plumpjack
13
225
956
Pride, Mountain Vineyard Reserve
01
330
944 Ramey
12
110
962
Ramey, Annum
08
185
976
Ramey, Pedregal
08
325
948d Robert Mondavi, Reserve
07
235
948
Robert Mondavi, Reserve
09
235
893
Scarecrow
12
825
895
Schrader, Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard RBS
12
675
891
Screaming Eagle 12 3750
947
947a
947b
947c
Mount
Mount
Mount
Mount
Mount
Vintage
Veeder
Veeder
Veeder
Veeder
Veeder
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
55
CABERNET SAUVIGNON - NAPA VALLEY, con’t.
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
08
435
09
445
10
475
11
495
982 Shafer, One Point Five
13
165
Silver Oak
1717 Silver Oak
Magnum
10
205
10
435
994 Silverado
12
90
Shafer,
989a Shafer,
Shafer,
989c Shafer,
Hillside
Hillside
Hillside
Hillside
Select
Select
Select
Select
991
1544 Spottswoode
Jeroboam
961 Spottswoode
961a Spottswoode
05 1950
11
275
12
325
995 Staglin
08
345
886 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, Fay - Fifty
11
235
1006 The Vineyard House
07
335
1006aThe Vineyard House
09
335
966 Trinchero, Central Park West Vineyard - Petit Verdot
11
115
972 Trinchero, Cloud’s Nest Vineyard
09
145
897 Turley
12
90
996 Veraison, Stagecoach Vineyard
08
155
934 Versant
05
145
942 ZD
12
110
946 Beringer, Knights Valley Reserve
10
120
933 Flanagan, Winemaker Philipe Melka
07
165
1005a Jordan
01
185
1005b Jordan
02
185
1005 Jordan
03
185
1514 Jordan
Magnum
07
365
1005c Jordan
11
110
1020 Silver Oak
11
135
1550 Silver Oak
Magnum
11
285
1014 St. Francis, Reserve
12
85
SONOMA COUNTY
ALEXANDER VALLEY
56
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
MERLOT
NAPA VALLEY
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1114 Cakebread Cellars
12
115
1110 Clos du Val
11
55
1105 Duckhorn
12
80
1109 Frog’s Leap, Rutherford
12
75
1104 Markham
13
50
1099 Pahlmeyer
11
165
1108 Plumpjack
13
110
1107 Shafer
12
105
1103 Silverado, Mt. George Vineyard
11
60
1106 Stags’ Leap
12
75
1115 Switchback Ridge, Peterson Family Vineyard
08
110
07
115
08
145
SONOMA COUNTY
1120 Pride, Mountain Vineyard
WASHINGTON STATE
1131
Leonetti Cellar, Walla Walla Valley
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
57
CALIFORNIA - PINOT NOIR
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1140 Champ de Reves - Alexander Valley
11
90
1145 Ellman Family Vineyards, Alexis Skye – Sonoma Coast
12
105
1144 Ellman Family Vineyards, Amanda – Sonoma Coast
12
105
1136 Etude, Grace Benoist Ranch – Carneros
11
115
1162 Fort Ross - Sonoma Coast
09
95
1147 Fulcrum, Brosseau Vineyard - Chalone
13
105
1166 Gary Farrell - Russian River
12
80
1134 Hartford Court – Russian River 13
80
1153 Hartford Court, Far Coast Vineyard – Sonoma Coast
10
135
Magnum 12
215
1529 Hartford Court, Land’s Edge Vineyards – Sonoma
58
1155 Hilliard Bruce - Sta Rita Hills
11
115
1138 Kistler - Sonoma Coast
13
135
1149 La Crema – Russian River
13
75
1154 Litorai, Cerise Vineyard – Anderson Valley
13
145
1160 Litorai, Hirsch Vineyard – Sonoma Coast
13
145
1156 Litorai, Savoy Vineyard – Anderson Valley
09
135
1156a Litorai, Savoy Vineyard – Anderson Valley
13
145
1146 Mark West – Carneros
13
45
1142 Martinelli, Moonshine Ranch – Russian River-Sonoma
11
135
1148 Melville, Block M - Santa Barbara
13
125
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
CALIFORNIA - PINOT NOIR
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1139 Patz & Hall – Sonoma Coast
13
80
1150a Paul Hobbs, Hyde Vineyard – Carneros-Napa 13
165
1151 Robert Mondavi, Reserve - Carneros
12
135
13
90
12
125
1133 Sea Smoke, Southing - Sta. Rita Hills
13
145
1716 Sea Smoke, Southing - Sta. Rita Hills
Magnum
13
315
1167 Sea Smoke, Ten - Sta. Rita Hills
13
195
1170 Siduri, Sierre Mar Vineyard - Santa Lucia Highlands
12
95
1165 Sonoma-Cutrer – Sonoma Coast
13
65
11
135
10
255
1169 Erath, Leland – Willamette Valley
12
85
11
135
11
90
1152 Lemelson, Stermer Vineyard – Willamette Valley
12
95
1143 Ponzi – Willamette Valley
12
75
1161 Solena, Gr. Cuvee – Willamette Valley
13
50
1589 Solena, Gr. Cuvee – Willamette Valley
Magnum
12
110
1159 Willakenzie, Pierre Leon – Willamette Valley
12
85
Samsara - Sta. Rita Hills
Samsara, Cargasacchi Vineyard - Sta. Rita Hills
OREGON - PINOT NOIR
1168 Domaine Serene, Evenstad Reserve – Willamette Valley
1525 Domaine Serene, Evenstad Reserve
Magnum
Evening Land “La Source” Seven Springs Vnyd
1164 Evening Land “Seven Springs Vineyard”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
59
CALIFORNIA – ZINFANDEL
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1181 Louis M. Martini, Monte Rosso – Sonoma
12
85
1190 Martinelli, Jackass Hill – Russian River
10
195
1190aMartinelli, Jackass Hill – Russian River
11
195
Magnum
09
285
1191 Martinelli, Giuseppe & Luisa – Russian River
10
125
1191a Martinelli, Giuseppe & Luisa – Russian River
11
125
1185 Martinelli, Vigneto di Evo – Russian River
08
95
1174 Steele, Catfish Vineyard “Century Old Vines” – Lake County
11
50
1172 Turley, Cedarman - Howell Mountain
13
95
1177 Turley, Dragon - Howell Mountain
13
125
1173 Turley, Fredericks Vineyard - Paso Robles
13
115
1171 Turley, Pesenti - Paso Robles
13
105
1179 Turley, Rattlesnake Ridge - Howell Mountain
13
125
1176 Turley, Ueberroth Vineyard - Howell Mountain
13
125
1184 Epoch, Authenticity 11
135
1178 Francis Ford Coppola, Eleanor
09
95
1182 Martinelli, Terra Felice – Russian River 09
85
Shafer, Relentless – Napa 1194a Shafer, Relentless – Napa 1194bShafer, Relentless – Napa 09
125
10
135
12
145
1555 Martinelli, Giuseppe & Luisa – Russian River
CALIFORNIA – SYRAH
60
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
CALIFORNIA - PETITE SYRAH
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1187 Rock Wall, Carpy Connelly Ranch - Napa 10
75
1197 Fieldstone, Staten Family Reserve - Sonoma 12
85
1188 Girard – Napa 13
55
1196 Orin Swift, Machete – Napa
12
110
1186 The Terraces – Napa
08
65
1189 Turley, Hayne Vineyard – Napa
08
155
1189a Turley, Hayne Vineyard – Napa
11
165
1189bTurley, Hayne Vineyard – Napa
12
165
1193 Ridge, Lytton Estate
12
65
1195 Stags’ Leap
12
80
07
70
12
60
CALIFORNIA – CHARBONO
1183 Robert Foley – Napa
“Charbono”
1192 Summers, Villa Andriana Vineyard – Napa
“Charbono”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
61
AUSTRALIA
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1201 Chateau Tanunda, Noble Baron – Barossa
07
95
08
195
02
235
09
65
08
90
11
100
1212 Penfolds, Grange – South Australia
97
355
1212a Penfolds, Grange – South Australia
08 1450
1212b Penfolds, Grange – South Australia
09 1450
1212c Penfolds, Grange – South Australia
10 1450
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1202 Chateau Tanunda, 100yr Old Vines “The Chateau” - Barossa
“Shiraz”
1203 Clarendon Hills, Piggott Range Vineyard – Clarendon “Shiraz”
1214 D’Arenberg, The Laughing Magpie – McLaren Vale
“Shiraz-Viognier”
1205 Henry’s Drive, Reserve – Padthaway
“Shiraz”
1209 Penfolds, Bin 407 – South Australia
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
“Shiraz”
1207 Rosemount Estate, Balmoral - Mclaren Vale
10
75
13
60
Magnum
05
875
1204 Torbreck, Run Rig – Barossa 06
375
12
55
“Shiraz”
1208 Torbreck, Cuvee Juveniles – Barossa “Unoaked Grenache-Shiraz-Mataro”
1546 Torbreck, Run Rig – Barossa
“Shiraz”
1206 Torbreck, Woodcutters – Barossa 62
“Shiraz”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
HALF BOTTLE SELECTION
WHITE
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1303 Hess Collection - Napa
11
28
13
25
12
80
13
90
13
25
14
28
Vintage
Btl
11
70
10
235
11
55
1311 Zenato, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
09
75
09
40
1307 Capannelle, Solare IGT
05
55
10
70
10
85
10
135
06
60
“Chardonnay”
1301 Sonoma-Cutrer - Russian River
“Chardonnay”
1322 Kistler, Vine Hill - Sonoma Coast
“Chardonnay”
1300 Gaja, Rossj-Bass’ Langhe DOC
“Chardonnay-Sauvignon”
1304 Villa Sparina, Gavi di Gavi DOCG
“Cortese”
1302 Santa Margherita DOC
“Pinot Grigio”
RED
Bin No.
1312 Chateau Batailley Grand Cru 5th Pauillac
1305 Gaja, Barbaresco DOCG
“Nebbiolo”
1323 Vietti, Castiglione Barolo DOCG
“Nebbiolo”
“Corvina Veronese-Rondinella”
1341 Monte Zovo, Amarone della Valpolicella DOC
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinara”
“Sangiovese-Malvasia Nera”
1314 Castello Banfi, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
“Sangiovese Grosso”
1313 Poggio Antico, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
“Sangiovese Grosso”
1316 Valdicava, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
“Sangiovese Grosso”
1315 Loacker, “Corte Pavone” Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
“Sangiovese Grosso”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
63
HALF BOTTLE SELECTION
Bin No.
Vintage
Btl
1304 Fontodi, Chianti Classico DOCG
09
40
12
30
12
105
12
215
12
70
11
65
12
85
11
35
09
40
13
45
1318 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, Artemis - Napa
12
65
12
65
12
55
11
28
1339 Kosta Browne – Russian River
12
90
“Pinot Noir”
1336 Patz&Hall – Sonoma Coast
13
50
“Pinot Noir”
1338 Domaine Serene “Evenstad Reserve” – Willamette Valley
10
60
12
30
“Sangiovese
1310 Felsina, Chianti Classico DOCG
“Sangiovese”
1306 Marchese Antinori, Tignanello IGT
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
1308 Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia Bolgheri DOC
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
1342 Lail Vineyards, Blueprint - Napa
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1317 Duckhorn - Napa
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1324 Shafer, One Point Five - Napa
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1319 Clos du Val – Napa “Cabernet Sauvignon”
1320 Hess Collection “19 Block Cuvee” – Mount Veeder-Napa
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1326 Honig - Napa
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1325 Shafer – Napa “Merlot”
1327 Duckhorn – Napa
“Merlot”
1335 Clos Du Val – Napa “Merlot”
“Pinot Noir”
1321 Las Perdices, Reserva
64
“Malbec”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
LARGE BOTTLES
Bin No.
Size
Vintage
Bottle
Magnum
11
985
Magnum
09
235
Magnum
09
235
Magnum
05
345
Magnum
08
285
Magnum
11
375
Magnum
11
825
Magnum
07
1275
Magnum
07
1275
Magnum
08
1750
Magnum
07
345
1591 Castello di Ama, San Lorenzo Gran Selezione M
agnum
10
195
Magnum
10
365
Magnum
07
395
1529 Altesino, Montosoli
Magnum
09
475
1715 Altesino, Montosoli
Jeroboam
10
975
1558 Canalicchio di Sopra
Magnum
07
285
1700 Canalicchio di Sopra
Magnum
10
395
Magnum
10
315
Jeroboam
09
825
1500 Gaja, Barbaresco
“Nebbiolo”
1580 Prod. del Barbaresco, Montestefano Ris.
“Nebbiolo”
1581 Prod. del Barbaresco, Ovello Riserva
“Nebbiolo”
Azelia, Bricco Fiasc
“Nebbiolo”
1703 Azelia, Margheria
“Nebbiolo”
1707 Paolo Scavino, Carobric
“Nebbiolo”
1548 Vietti, Lazzarito
“Nebbiolo”
1599 Roberto Voerzio, Sarmassa
“Nebbiolo”
1594 Roberto Voerzio, Vecchie Viti Capalot
“Nebbiolo”
1554 Gaja, Sori Tildin
“Nebbiolo-Barbera”
1552 Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Merlot”
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Merlot”
1573 Fontodi, Vigna del Sorbo
“Sangiovese”
1583 Antinori, Pian delle Vigne
“Sangiovese Grosso”
“Sangiovese Grosso”
“Sangiovese Grosso”
1704 Casanova di Neri
“Sangiovese Grosso”
1512 Casanova di Neri, Tenuta Nuova
“Sangiovese Grosso”
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
65
LARGE BOTTLES con’t.
Bin No.
Size
Vintage
Bottle
Jeroboam
07
515
1513 Castello Romitorio
Magnum
06
275
1524 Castello Romitorio
Jeroboam
10
695
1711 Costanti
Magnum
10
365
1559 Costanti
Jeroboam
10
745
Magnum
06
585
04
“Sangiovese Grosso”
365
1585 Castello Banfi
“Sangiovese Grosso”
“Sangiovese Grosso”
“Sangiovese Grosso”
1701 Fuligni, Riserva
“Sangiovese Grosso”
1572 Loacker, Corte Pavone Riserva
1557 Valdicava, Madonna del Piano
Magnum
Magnum
06
1075
Magnum
05
225
Magnum
08
255
1511 Fontodi, Flaccionello della Pieve IGT
1535 Fontodi, Flaccianello della Pieve IGT
Jeroboam
06
1250
Magnum
10
545
1710 Fontodi, Flaccianello della Pieve IGT
“Sangiovese”
Magnum
12
545
1545 Gaja Ca’Marcanda, Magari IGT
Magnum
“Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
13
365
1597 La Massa, La Massa IGT
11
145
10
450
“Sangiovese Grosso”
1519 Capannelle, Solare IGT
“Sangiovese-Malvasia Nera”
1576 Fattoria di Felsina, Fontalloro IGT
“Sangiovese”
Magnum
“Sangiovese-Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon-Alicante”
1588 Marchese Antinori, Guado al Tasso
Magnum
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot”
1506 Marchese Antinori, Solaia
Jeroboam
09
2675
1504 Marchese Antinori, Solaia
Magnum
10
1325
1586 Marchese Antinori, Tignanello
Magnum
“Sangiovese-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc”
12
465
1600 Montevertine, Le Pergole Torte
“Sangiovese”
Jeroboam
11
1175
Magnum
01
600
Magnum
03
600
Magnum
07
725
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Sangiovese”
1721 Podere Il Carnasciale, Il Caberlot IGT
1722 Podere Il Carnasciale, Il Caberlot IGT
1723 Podere Il Carnasciale, Il Caberlot IGT
“Caberlot”
66
C A S A D ’A N G E L O | F O R T L A U D E R D A L E
LARGE BOTTLES con’t.
Bin No.
Size
Vintage
Bottle
Magnum
11
155
1528 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia
Magnum
11
895
1713 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia
Magnum
12
945
1714 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Ornellaia
Jeroboam
12
1985
1520 Podere Sapaio, Volpollo
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Petit Verdot”
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Cabernet Franc-Petit Verdot”
1508 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto
Magnum
09
3150
1541 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto
Magnum
10
3150
1540 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto
Jeroboam
10
6450
1540aTenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto
Jeroboam
11
6785
1718 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto
Magnum
12
3350
1719 Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Masseto
Jeroboam
12
6950
Magnum
12
965
Magnum
12
175
Magnum
09
745
Jeroboam
12
665
Magnum
12
575
Magnum
07
365
Magnum
11
285
Magnum
10
255
Magnum
12
110
Magnum
09
285
Magnum
10 415
“Merlot”
1502 Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc”
1598 Girard, Artistry - Napa
“Meritage”
1560 Joseph Phelps, Insignia – Napa
“Meritage”
1596 Caymus “40th Anniversary” Sp. Edition
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1708 Far Niente - Napa
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1514 Jordan
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1550 Silver Oak - Alexander
“Cabernet Sauvignon”
1525 Domaine Serene, Evenstad Reserve
“Pinot Noir”
1589 Solena, Gr. Cuvee - Willamette Valley
“Pinot Noir”
1555 Martinelli, Giuseppe & Luisa
“Zinfandel”
1671 Domaine de la Janasse, Cuvee Chaplin
“Grenache”
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DESSERT WINES
Size
Vintage
Btl.
375
10 125
375
07 145
500
NV
115
1500
97
275
500
03
90
500 04
105
375
09
120
375
06
65
1346 Badia a Coltibuono “Occhio di Pernice”, Vin Santo del Chianti 375
04
125
375
97
435
375
09
75
1344 Taylor Fladgate, Very Old Single Harvest Port 1964
750
64
515
1367 Taylor Fladgate, Vintage Porto
375
00
90
1368 Fonseca, Vintage Porto 375
00
90
Bin No.
1353 Chateau Suduiraut Premier Cru Classe - Sauternes 1349 Dolce “Semillion-Sauvignon Blanc”
1361 Damilano, Barolo Chinato
“Nebbiolo”
1360 Pieropan, Recioto di Soave - Le Colombare DOC “Garganega”
1362 Trabucchi Recioto della Valpolicella Classico DOC
“Corvina-Rondinella-Molinari”
1363 G. Allegrini Recioto della Valpolicella Classico DOC “Corvina-Rondinella-Molinari”
1350 Elena Walch, Cashmere DOC – Alto Adige
“Moscato Rosa”
1364 Fattoria del Cerro, “Sangallo” Vin Santo di Montepulciano
“Malvasia-Grechetto-Trebbiano”
“Malvasia-Trebbiano”
1345 Avignonesi “Occhio di Pernice”, Vin Santo de Montepulciano
“Sangiovese’”
1375 Donnafugata, Ben Rye
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“Zibibbo ‘Moscato d’Alessandria’”
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1644 Turley, Bechthold Vineyard
2014
65
“Cinsault”
Red color with fresh, clean but restrained strawberry, raspberry and sweet wood aromas. On
the palate, it’s light-bodied with moderate acidity, and fresh, clean, harmonious, fresh, ripe
mash-up of strawberry, cherry, and raspberry flavors. Medium finish. WS 90
552 Laura Aschero, Rossese Riviera Ligure di Ponente DOC
“Rossese”
2013
60
Medium ruby red in color, on the nose it is full, intense and persistent, with hints of roses,
bramble and blackberries, Dry fresh and slightly fruity. RP 90
422 Adriano, Barbaresco Basarin
2010
65
“Nebbiolo”
The cherry and plum flavors are matched by savory, licorice and mineral notes in this taut
sinewy version. Dense and concentrated, with lively acidity and energy on the finish.
Presents a fine aftertaste of fruit, spice and mineral.. WS 92
542 Franz Haas, Pinot Nero Alto Adige DOC
2012
75
“Pinot Noir”
The 2012 Pinot Nero is quite pretty. Expressive and resonant on the palate, the 2012 offers
gorgeous vibrancy in its fruit and lovely mid-palate depth. Bright raspberries, strawberries,
wild flowers and cinnamon add the final nuances in this attractive, mid-weight Pinot.. AG 90
537 Guerrieri Gonzaga, San Leonardo IGT
2008
135
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc-Merlot”
The 2008 San Leonardo is a wine in its infancy. The nose is immediately redolent of dark
cherry, blackberry, leather, tobacco, mint and eucalyptus leaf. You will also appreciate the
floral tones of pressed rose and almond blossom that lift from the glass. This vintage is
especially marked by a duality of floral and menthol notes that rise from the glass with
brilliant intensity. RP 92
722 Tenuta di Biserno, Il Pino di Biserno IGT
2008
110
“Cabernet Franc-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Petit Verdot”
The 2008 Il Pino di Biserno is a rich wine endowed with considerable depth. Plums,
blackberries, exotic spices, mocha and licorice are all woven together in this imposing,
structured wine. The pedigree of the 2008 vintage comes through in spades. The 2008 is
striking. I can’t wait to see how this ages. RP 93
712d Castello dei Rampolla, Sammarco IGT
.
2005
155
“Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot-Sangiovese”
It possesses terrific depth of fruit and outstanding length, both of which are no doubt
enhanced by the addition of some of the fruit that is normally for the D’Alceo bottling. In
2005 Sammarco is 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Merlot and 3% Sangiovese. RP 92
T. Bellafonte, Montefalco Sagrantino “Collenottolo” DOCG 2010 105
“Sagrantino”
Forest floor, ripe black fruit, truffle, leather and balsamic aromas open this bold, concentrated
wine. The delicious palate offers layers of blackberry, spicy plum, black pepper, cassis and
savory herb alongside big, velvety tannins. It has balance and depth but it’s still young and
needs time to develop complexity. WE 94
811
Santadi, Carignano del Sulcis Sup. “Terre Brune” DOC 2007 125
“Carignano-Bovaleddu”
The 2007 Carignano del Sulcis Superiore Terre Brune is gorgeous. This is an especially soft,
round vintage for the Terre Brune. Layers of dark red fruit, flowers, sweet spices and tobacco
are some of the many notes that blossom in this voluptuous, deeply textured wine. The
2007 is all about pure, immediate pleasure RP 94
871
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Wine Dinner with Owner
Anselmo Guerrieri Gonzaga
Winner of the Coveted Gambero Rosso
3 Glasses Award 16 Times
1988, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000
2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Monday, February 1st, 2016
South African Lobster Salad with Shaved Fennel and Orange Citronette
Vette di San Leonardo Sauvignon Blanc Vigneti delle Dolomiti 2014
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Risotto alla “Trevisana” with Radicchio, Speck and Goat Cheese
Guerrieri Gonzaga “Terre di San Leonardo” 2011
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Pan Seared Venison Tenderloin with Pink Peppercorn Sauce
Fava Beans Torrino
Guerrieri Gonzaga “San Leonardo” 2000
Guerrieri Gonzaga “San Leonardo” 2008
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Assorted Biscotti
Cappucino - Espresso - Coffee - Tea
$125.00 all Inclusive
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