“Why we love it: I am partial to Italian whites and Vitiano Bianco is a winner for sure, This is a balanced, delightful, and fresh wine with hints of lime, and pear with a herbaceous underscore. This is a clean, crisp perfectly balanced citrus and mineral finished white wine, and is made using equal parts Vermentino and Verdicchio.
Serve with chicken salads, lobster rolls or salads. Excellent with a cheese tray or fried clams! Vitiano Bianco was made from a collaboration in the experimental vineyards Falesco has planted with the University of Viterbo. The grapes (50% Vermentino and 50% Verdicchio) are like chocolate and peanut butter together and yield a wine that you can drink all summer.”
“Why we love it: Pretty, coral pink and dry. Vitiano Rosato delivers clean, juicy aromas of strawberries, plums, and cranberries, along with scents of roses and gardenias. Vitiano Rosato is medium-bodied, veers dry and is refreshing. The wine is a blend of Sangiovese, Merlot, and Aleatico, making it a drier pour, yet still with a fruity palate nudged with hints of white pepper notes that make it the ideal match for a saltier shaved Charcuterie meat spread with cornichons and good stone ground mustard, steamed mussels or clams and grilled lamb chops with garlic and herbs.
Vitiano Rosato is blended from a ratio of 30% Sangiovese, 30% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Aleatico grapes, manually harvested when ripe and ready to rock your little world. Great inexpensive Italian rosé.”
“Around ten bucks a bottle, this bargain is a full-bodied red blend and a workhorse that pairs with all kinds of food except delicate seafood or sushi. You get a perfect balance of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese grapes grown in the region of Umbria. Vitiano Rosso is aged in stainless steel tanks and aged in Nevers barrels for three months before being bottled. A deep garnet color yields black fruits, spice and hints of licorice and herbaceous pops. For the cost of it buy more than one.”