Viva Italia! Italian Wine Collection
From Prosecco to Chianti, Viva Italia combines six bottles representing the best wine growing regions and varieties of Italy. A diverse collection for the Italian wine lover. Makes a great gift! Wine Gift Set Includes: Tuscany: Molino di Sant’Antimo PerPaolo Cabernet SauvignonCabernet Sauvignon can improve for decades and remain drinkable for a century. It has well defined aroma. This is characterized by a smell of violets, blackcurrant, cedar and spice. the grapes are more often dominated by aromas of chocolate, ripe jammy berries, oak, pepper and earth. There is, however, a great deal of variation in flavor depending on seasonal weather and bottle age. Nonetheless this wine retains a remarkable ability to be recognizably Cabernet. Piedmont: Bricco dei Guazzi Barbera d’AstiIntense ruby red with enveloping and complex aromas, well balanced with the alcohol component. The nose first releases notes of ripe cherry, plum, violet and spices. At taste it is vibrant, with elegant and silky tannins that emerge in the mouth and complex the olfactory sensations. Excellent acidity, characteristic of the variety. Abruzzo: Tenuta Ulisse Sogno di Ulisse Montepulciano d’AbruzzoRuby red color with purplish reflections. The nose shows layers of plum and red cherry aromas, with blueberry, blackcurrant and savoury red fruits. Medium bodied, softly textured and with great fruit intensity. Tuscany: Borgo Scopeto Chianti Classico Dark ruby red. Bouquet is full and intense but at the same time sweet and fruity, with hints of black soft fruit. Pleasant overtone of noble wood, vanilla and cocoa and a surprising cherry finish. Dry, firmly structured, austere and elegant on the palate; well balanced. Excellent persistence of the flavor on the palate. Veneto: Tenuta Sant’Anna Prosecco Extra DryProsecco is easily Italy’s most popular sparkling wine and Tenuta Sant’Anna Prosecco Extra Dry is one of the best out there. Light, refreshingly effervescent and well-priced, Prosecco is a popular before-dinner drink (aperitivo), not only in the Veneto region in northeastern Italy – which is Prosecco’s traditional home – but throughout the length and width of the country. Veneto: Casere Pinot Grigio delle VenezieSlightly coppery yellowish white in color, with a strong and delicate aroma. Flavor full of salts and marked finesse. Printed Insert that describes the featured wines. Due to the popularity of this gift, wines or vintages sometimes sell out. Should this happen, we will always substitute with wines of equal or greater value.