February 2017 Spotlight: Vino Frizzante
A new year, a renewed love for wine
The allure of sparkling wines is felt throughout the globe. Gone are the days of high society sipping away while we imagine what surreal joy they experience. Italy will tempt you with an array of bubbly second to none in their complexity, creativity, and quality.
Pop a cork with us this month as we celebrate with the best of Italian sparkling wine, at 10% off the listed price
2014 Paltrinieri Piria Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC (Lambrusco di Sorbara/Lambrusco Salamino) 22
Smelling of blackberries and leather, the bubbles are smooth and soft. A luscios way to start or end a meal.
2014 Paltrinieri Leclisse Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC (Lambrusco di Sorbara) 30
A light and tart expression of Lambrusco. Best enjoyed with cured meats and salty cheeses.
NV Albino Piona Verde Piona (Rondinella/Garganega/Trebbiano) 30
As the name suggests, a very “green” tasting wine. Perfect for poultry or rabbit.
NV Molo 8 Lambrusco Montovano DOC 32
A sweeter Lambrusco from Lombardy. Moderate in texture, playing well with desserts, fruit, and occasional meat dishes.
NV Belcanto di Bellusi Cuvee Rose (Pinot Nero) 36
This has been our staff favorite for many years. Dry and fresh with a hint of dried cherry fruit.
NV Ca’ Furlan Prosecco DOC 36
Wonderful prosecco, mostly dry, easy to drink more than one glass. Best with shellfish, or just by itself!
NV Lini dal 1910 Lini 910 Lambrusco Rosso Emilia DOC 36
A dark, dry interpretation of Lambrusco. Dark fruit surrounded by leathery tannin and cedary undertones.
NV Antica Fratta Brut Franciacorta DOC 60
Say goodbye to Champagne. Franciacorta is made in the Metodo Classico. Lombardy is blessed with Natural mineal content lending this wine it’s unique characteristics.
Wine Program Director – Jeremy Margwarth