Italy

Montelvini

The Montelvini family of producers and winemakers owe their 130 year heritage to the respect they hold for their alliance with the land and the growers. And so they continue to treat their vineyards with respect and restraint. Montelvini holds to the same fundamentals and ethical principles year after year to ensure the future of the growers and the Montelvini brand.

Merlot / Glera • NV
Chiarorosa Rosé
Pinot Grigio • NV
Pinot Grigio

Alto Adige

Erste + Neue

From terraced vineyards that are situated around Lake Kaltern and on the plateau at the foot of the Mendel Mountain, the co-op's members produce premium wines from grapes grown in cru and top quality locations.
At Erste e Neue, the co-op vinifies 13 different grape varieties, including local grapes such as Gewurztraminer, Lagrein and Vernatsch, and international favorites that include Pinot Noir, Cabernet and Merlot.

Pinot Blanc • 2018
Pinot Bianco

Calabria

Scala

This property has been in the Scala family for 200 years. Originally founded in 1949, the winery was rebuilt in 2005. The domaine is currently run by Luigi Scala, who favors quality over quantity and aims to produce distinguished Calabrian wines.
Most of the grapes are native varieties such as Greco bianco (different clone than the Greco di Tufo grape found in Campagnia), Gaglioppo, Magliocco, a tiny amount of Nerello Mascalese, Mantonico and Greco nero.

Greco • 2018
Cirò Bianco
Gaglioppo • 2018
Cirò Rossato
Gaglioppo • 2016
Cirò Rosso Classico Superiore

Campania

Vadiaperti

Fiano • 2015
Fiano di Avellino
Greco • 2015
Greco di Tufo

Emilia Romagna

Sorbara

Carafoli

Cantina Fratelli Carafoli was founded in Ravarino, a small village in Modena by Mauro Carafoli in 1919. Kilometers away from the town of Sorbara, Carafoli has excelled in the production of Lambrusco di Sorbara and Lambrusco di Modena.
Cantina Carafoli is thriving under the third generation with advancements in technology, methods and viticulture. Carafoli elevating the quality of their wines with the purchase of 20 hectares in Sorbara in 1965.

Lambrusco di Sorbara / Lambrusco Salamino • NV
Nicchia Lambrusco di Modena
Lambrusco di Sorbara / Lambrusco Salamino • NV
L'Onesta Lambrusco di Sorbara Dry Rose

Friuli-Venezia-Giulia

Carso/Karst

Skerk

Near the Italian-Slovenian border, father and son, Boris and Sandi Skerk, are always aiming for excellence. Azienda Agricola Skerk is marked by the insistence on low-yield, high-density cultivation with focused canopy management and pruning, This care reduces any treatments to the bare minimum and allows the Skerks to makes wines as a way of life rather than as a job.

Malvasia • 2017
Malvasia
Vitovska / Malvasia / Sauvignon Blanc / Pinot Grigio • 2017
Ograde
Vitovska • 2017
Vitovska

Collio

Franco Toros

Collio Friulano, located in the extreme north-east of Italy, straddles both Italy and Slovenia.The seamless succession of hills forms broad slopes with superb exposure to sunlight.
Franco Toros, a modern wine man who tends his 11ha of vines with old-fashioned skill, transformed the Toros estate and nursed it to its present influential status.

Friulano • 2014
Friulano

Marche

Montelvini

The Montelvini family of producers and winemakers owe their 130 year heritage to the respect they hold for their alliance with the land and the growers. And so they continue to treat their vineyards with respect and restraint. Montelvini holds to the same fundamentals and ethical principles year after year to ensure the future of the growers and the Montelvini brand.

Sangiovese • NV
Sangiovese delle Marche

Piedmont

Barolo

Barale Fratelli

Barbera • 2018
Castle Barbera d' Alba

Sicily

Ala Nera

This Nero hails from Trapani in the westernmost province in Sicily. Aptly named for the black-winged birds that fly over the vineyard, this wine is full bodied and packed with layers of fruit and spice. No oak aging as to keep the weight in check and highlight the natural balance of the fruit. Sustainably grown, aged in bottle 18 months prior to release.

Nero d’Avola / Frappato / Nerello Mascalese • 2016
Nero d'Avola

Guglielmo Manenti

Wife and husband team Marita and Guglielmo Manenti personally tend to the 4 hectares of vineyards they purchased in 2005. Located in the historical district of Vittoria, in the province of Ragusa, the vineyards are planted in the traditional bush vine system, with 6000 vines per hectares.
Only in the last 20 years there has been a steady return to vine growing and Manenti belongs to the new generation of winemakers.

Frappato • 2016
Frappato
Frappato / Nero d'Avola • 2017
Cerasuolo di Vittoria

Tuscany

Brunello di Montalcino

Il Colle

One of the "small jewels in Montalcino's original growing area," Il Colle was once a part of Conti Costanti's Colle al Matrichese, a property that sits at a high altitude of 400-450 meters. Yielding delicate wines, the fruit of these vineyards came to be blended with grapes from a more southern vineyard--Castelnuovo dell'Abate at 220 meters--that the family had purchased in 1998.
Il Colle utilizes natural yeasts, no temperature control, long maceration on skins, and no filtering.

Sangiovese • 2013
Brunello di Montalcino

La Palazzetta

Cultivating his vineyards organically, Flavio Fanti is a traditionalist who somewhat straddles the fence. While only utilizing large Slovenian and French oak for his Brunello, he chooses to use various size barrique for his rosso in order to create a wine that is characteristic of Sangiovese Grosso, but incredibly approachable upon release.
Beginning with fruit that is ripe and mature Flavio makes Brunello wines that are big in structure, powerful and pure.

Sangiovese • 2017
Rosso di Montalcino
Sangiovese • 2013
Brunello di Montalcino

Umbria

Montefalco

Milziade Antano

Under the shadow of the Tuscan hills hides a beautiful, still under-recognized region known as Umbria. Growing up on his father's small Fattoria, or farm, called Colleallodole, with approximately thirty hectares with about seven under vine, Francesco Antano learned his trade.
Stylistically, Antano is "old school" in winemaking terms, a "garage winemaker", with a lack of intervention in the winery, including no barrique and no high-tech equipment.

Sagrantino • 2012
Sagrantino di Montefalco
Sangiovese / Sagrantino / Merlot • 2015
Montefalco Rosso White Label

Veneto

Sydney Ann

Pinot Grigio • 2018
Stelvin Pinot Grigio del Veneto

Prosecco

Montelvini

The Montelvini family of producers and winemakers owe their 130 year heritage to the respect they hold for their alliance with the land and the growers. And so they continue to treat their vineyards with respect and restraint. Montelvini holds to the same fundamentals and ethical principles year after year to ensure the future of the growers and the Montelvini brand.

Glera • NV
ProDry Prosecco