100% Verdicchio. Aromas of green apple, nashi pear, ripe lemon, and citrus salt to start. Some quince, lemon rind, a deeper sea salt/saline mineral note,
Open and generous aromas of decaying rose, clove, dusty nuance, subtle bramble, dark cherry, and dried crushed thyme. Some air unlocks a tilled earth note
100% Nebbiolo. Aromas of clove and sweet biscuit at the fore thanks to the Riserva level oak (24 months), followed by spearmint, salumi, and roasted
Italy only recently approved the Prosecco Rose D.O.C. in May of 2020, and Babo were purportedly one of the first to import one to Australia.
Prosecco is one of those wines which has fallen into a niche where the vast majority is purchased on price and price alone. Quality seems
Good Provencal Rosé is the flavour of the month for a reason – organic examples even more so. They are just so delicious and so
This takes Tempranillo and Graciano into another zone. It’s a medium bodied wine with structure and poise while bursting with intense red fruits. The tannins
Glacial? It’s a reference to the northern Alto Adige wine region of Italy which resides in the Dolomite Alps. Grapes are a blend of Chardonnay,
100% Garnacha from a 0.35-hectare single vineyard of the Cantos del Diablo area in the town of El Real de San Vicente. The vines are
100% Garnacha taken from 70-year-old vines rooted in granite soils at 850 metres in El Real de San Vicente. There’s a lovely Burgundian sensibility to
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