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WINE SPECIAL: Carmenere INAMA–Veneto

WINE SPECIAL: Carmenere INAMA–Veneto

medium body, elegant nose of small dark berries, cocoa and black pepper balance for a long finish 12 | 17 | 48 Carmenere is a rare varietal by Italian standards. Produced mainly in South America, it has made a surprise appearance in the north of Italy. Carmenere

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Wine Special: ROERO ARNEIS CANTINE POVERO – PIEMONTE

Wine Special: ROERO ARNEIS CANTINE POVERO – PIEMONTE

medium – full body, fresh aromatics, ripe melon with a hint of almond, delicate and dry finish. 11 | 15.5 | 44. Arneis is most commonly found in the hills of the Roero, located northwest of Alba. Often referred to as the “white Nebbiolo,” it grows in

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WINE SPECIAL: “LE MORE” SANGIOVESE DI ROMAGNA

WINE SPECIAL: “LE MORE” SANGIOVESE DI ROMAGNA

light-medium body, fresh fruit notes of blackberry and raspberry, well-structured with bright acidity 9.5 | 13 | 38 Sangiovese is one of Italy’s more recognized and celebrated varietals. Best known from the Tuscan region, it also finds its home in Emilia-Romagna, which is where we head for

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Wine: Barbera D’Alba ENRICO SERAFINO – Piemonte

Wine: Barbera D’Alba ENRICO SERAFINO – Piemonte

medium-full body, notes of violet, currants and spice; pleasantly silky acidity 11.5 | 16 | 46 Valid 1.27 – 2.24 This month we take a trip to the beloved rolling hills of Piemonte in northern Italy and bring you Barbera d’Alba. Barbera is Piemonte’s most widely grown

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