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91 points James Suckling: "Aromas of sliced apples and salt with some pear skin follow through to a medium to full body, bright acidity and a fruity finish." (08/2019)
Price: $15.99

91 points James Suckling: " A creamy, fruity white with dried apples, pears and cooked peaches, as well as pie crust. Medium to full body. Flavorful finish." (08/2019)
Price: $15.99

90 points James Suckling: "Waxy lemons, apple curd and dried blossom are out on show on the nose. The medium-to full-bodied palate is textured and nicely fleshy. " (08/2019)
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Bortolusso's estate vineyards are uniquely situated near the edge of a lagoon at sea level, giving the wines a tense balance and refreshingly maritime quality. The Franconia varietal is the local version of the well-known Austrian Blaufränkisch grape. From the winery: "Taut acidity, mid bodied and moderately tannic. Grape and herbaceous when young, the wine acquires intriguing forest floor aromatics after a few years in the cellar."
Price: $16.99

"I am fascinated by Italian sparkling wines made of indigenous Italian varieties," writes importer Oliver McCrum, "and the Zanussis make a really good one. It's not made by either of the normal methods used to make dry sparkling wine, but rather by the method used to make Moscato d'Asti, which involves putting must into the special fermentation tank, and fermenting all the way from grape-juice to sparkling wine in one step. The wine is then aged in the tank on the lees until judged to be done, then decanted off the lees and bottled. (Some top-end Prosecc...
Price: $29.99

Like so many producers in Italy's northern most regions, the Keber family's roots are not exactly (or entirely) Italian. This part of the wine world is a crossroads of sorts, where ethnic histories and languages spoken (Slovenian, Italian, German, etc.) vary considerably often between neighboring households. The Keber family migrated to Collio 350 years ago from Austria, and they've been making wine here ever since. In fact, if you ask Edi where his family is from, he'll simply say "here." The Collio region is difficult to pin down due to the sheer numbe...
Price: $29.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Enticing scents of field flower, white stone fruit, citrus zest and a whiff of tomato leaf leap from the glass. A blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Friulano, the savory succulent palate delivers apple, juicy pink grapefruit, white peach and a hint of mineral. Tangy acidity keeps it light on its feet while an almond note wraps up the finish. *Editors’ Choice* (KO) " (07/2018) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Collio Vigne Bianco is a blend of Friulano, Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio, repr...
Price: $24.99

Monica Larner writes in the Wine Advocate: "Dario Raccaro is a boutique producer with a pure and genuine winemaking approach. He prefers stainless steel and cold stabilization for the whites. He has five hectares of vine, including the Vigna del Rolat that is often a source of Friulano rootstock. The quality of the fruit from this vineyard is immediately recognizable."
Price: $29.99

Ian D'Agata writes: "This is one of Italy’s best and most under the radar estates, animated by owner Hilde Petrussa’s great passion for her craft. She makes roughly 40,000 bottles a year from about 8.5 hectares of vineyard land. This year, she has bought another hectare of vines planted to Pinot Nero, Gewürztraminer, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc. Petrussa plans to uproot them all save for the Pinot Noir to replant most likely with Schiopettino and perhaps a little Malvasia Istriana (she’s still thinking things through). Her two most important and best wine...
Price: $29.99

Giovanni Blason and his wife Valentina are young producers who continuously surprise us with the price-to-quality ratio of their wines, earning them tons of kudos in Gambero Rosso and beyond. They come from the Isonzo region of Northern Italy, right up against the Slovenian border.
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