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“Fantastic for the price. Very dark—one taster said it should have been the communal wine at the Hagia Sophia in 1500. Not particularly modern, a virtue. Well-balanced, smooth, and nicely finessed.”
“You won't find another Merlot like this one. Charming bottle, half-fiasco and half-amphora. Dark as the depths, with no sign of age. Expressive, exotic nose, like black cherries from a lost island. Impressive balance.”
With Italian Soaves and Spanish Albarinos escalating in price, Vermentino from Sardinia is probaby the world's top value in a crisp, captivating, well-made white.
This well-regarded Barolo producer has an even greater mastery of the Barbera grape and consistently releases perfect accompaniments to Pizza alla Margherita and red-sauced pasta.