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Wine Special: Cannonau SELLA & MOSCA – Sardinia

Wine Special: Cannonau SELLA & MOSCA – Sardinia

Cannonau – This Mediterranean grape, the same variety as Grenache in France and Garnacha in Spain, was introduced to the island of Sardinia during the middle ages. Easily the most planted variety on the island with vineyards mostly concentrated in the center of the island. It grows

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Wine Special: Salento Primitivo MASSERIA LI VELI – Puglia

Wine Special: Salento Primitivo  MASSERIA LI VELI – Puglia

full body, aromas of ripe red fruit and cherry, cinnamon and nutmeg, long and soft finish 10 | 14 | 40 Primitivo…perfect pizza wine! One of Puglia’s more common varietals, Primitivo is the twin varietal of California Zinfandel, meaning they are one and the same. Primitivo tastes of

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Wine Special: Etna Rosso, Firriato – Sicilia

Wine Special: Etna Rosso, Firriato - Sicilia

medium body, well-balanced smoky volcanic aromas with distinct hints of blackcurrants, plum jam, and black cherry 11.5 | 16 | 46 This month’s feature brings us a wine that shows one of the best expressions of “terroir” or sense of place. On the island of Sicily in

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Wine Special: Sparkling Rose – Col De Salici – Veneto

Wine Special: Sparkling Rose - Col De Salici - Veneto

light & fresh bubbly rosé ripe cherry & berry flavors with a pleasing long, dry finish 10 | 14 | $40   Producer: Col de’ Salici Wine type: Brut Rosé Varietal: 100% Raboso del Piave Region: Veneto Description: Pastel pink in color with bright orange highlights. It

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