Spring is the perfect season to pop a bottle of rosé wine, put together a cheese platter, sit on the patio and do a bit of people watching. This rosato has wonderful character from its rosy color to its fruity and floral tastes. Enjoy the subtle tastes of myrtle and grape flowers with hints of apple, currants and sour cherry. That is pretty much Spring in a bottle!
This young Vermentino-based wine boasts floral notes with every whiff transporting you to a Spring day along the Tuscan coastline in full bloom. Each sip is filled with fruit and honey, balanced with softness and acidity. What does a Spring wine like this pair well with?
PAIRING RECOMMENDATION: Valcolomba Vermentino della Maremma Toscana DOC is ideal for an early evening drink, just before dinner. It pairs perfectly with delicate seafood-based pasta dishes, seafood risottos, grilled white fish and young cheese.
We need a bubbly on this list, on our table and in our glass. We always need a bubbly. Spumante Brut is the perfect bubbly thanks to its dry, vibrant, balanced and refined texture. This is an extremely pleasurable drink on your palate. It is a complex, elegant and fruity drink with distinctive hints of crusty bread which helps when it comes to pairing.
You may be wondering what a red wine is doing on this Spring list. Well we don’t go by the standard rules of white in Spring, red in Winter. If a red wine is a quality wine, it can and should be drunk all year round, especially on those brisk Spring evenings when you are watching a movie on the sofa and snacking on a bit of chocolate. This dry, harmonic wine is incredible. It offer a fruity bouquet and taste and is velvety on the palate with an elegant, long finish which will last you throughout your entire episode of choice for the night. Made from 70% Sangiovese (Prugnolo Gentile) and 30% Canaiolo grapes, you know you are drinking quality with this choice.