Il Paradiso di Frassina Do 12 Uve 2011
A red wine absolutely unique of its type, born of a careful selection of 12 different grape varieties ("uve"), of which six are Tuscan and six Bordeaux, grown on the Cinigiano hills near the Mediterranean in the lee of Mount Amiata.
|Region||Italy, Tuscany, Maremma Toscana|
|Brand||Il Paradiso di Frassina|
James SucklingA solid core of fruit in this red with plum, lemon and floral aromas and flavors. Medium body, fresh finish. Made from 12 organically grown grape types from sangiovese (40%) to ciliegiolo (2%). Drink or hold.
Glenglassaugh EvolutionColour: Crisp harvest gold. Nose: A luscious syrupy combination of sweet barley, delicate pineapple and waves of soft buttery vanilla. Deeper oak spices and caramelised pear develop and warm the nose. Palate: Robust, white peppery oak floods through crisp green apple and freshly cracked barley. A gentle salted caramel emerges alongside hints of ripe banana and fruit salad syrup. Finish: A vibrant combination of classic oak spices and delicate soft fruits surrounded by fragrant waves of vanilla pod.
Balcones Texas Single Malt WhiskyA wine of golden yellow hints; a full, robust palate with notes of lemon and orange. Matched fish and seafood, white meats and traditional Mediterranean vegetarian casseroles.
Brack Mountain Borne Pinot Noir 2014This wine showcases a deep plum red tone in the glass. Fragrances of orange peel, red cherries and fresh peppercorn linger on the nose. The palate is bright and dynamic with a sinuous texture and racy acidity. Flavors of cranberry, sassafras and a touch of clove combine for a wine with an incredible spectrum of flavors and subtlety.