Baccalit Conti Sertoli Salis ($19.99):
This unique red from Lombardy really shows off the characteristics of both of the grapes in the blend – the juicy berry fruit and bright acidity of Pinot Nero combined with the dry, floral and tarry notes of Nebbiolo – lots of complexity at a great price.
Il Tasso Pinot Grigio ($15.99): Nice and elegant wine from the friuli region, offers aromas of citrus, green apple and hints of yellow flowers. Light and crisp, dry, full flavor, warm and fruity; perfect wine to go with appetizers, veal, shellfish and poultry.
Castello Di Verduno Basadone Pelaverga ($27.99): Bright ruby red. Intense and fragrant nose, showing clear spicy overtones of black pepper and nutmeg, as well as fruity sensations reminiscent of cherries in spirit and strawberries. Nicely balanced, lingering and dry finish.
Lini Lambrusco Rosso ($16.99): Plum, blueberries and raspberry aromas with violet notes. Dry with quiet a body, intensely flavorful, just the right amount of acidity and gently tannic finish. An excellent pair with white meat, roast or italian style minestrone but is an all-around foodwine.