An enticingly perfumed yet well-structured wine showing aromatic cherry, raspberry and strawberry fruit, together with dried grass and hints of vanilla and chocolate. The taste is like biting into a cherry-filled chocolate, but contrasting acidity and a light tannic grip maintain a harmonious balance. Great value.
Mineral, lime, apple, white peach, honey, flowers are all present in this taut Riesling. There is a dash of residual sugar, but with all the brisk acidity, it comes across as a dry wine. Pair with choucroute garnie or freshwater fish.
A great buy! Deep amber in colour with a nutty, chamomile nose. Rich and full on the palate, dry and elegant. The perfect aperitif before a gourmet dinner.
A great summer wine. Straw coloured with a hint of lime, minerally, honey, floral nose with a petrol note, sweet and tart flavours or peach, honey and tangerine acidity, lovely mouthfeel, light and airy with great balance.
Fresh with floral aromas and hints of citrus and baked bread, savoury and salty with a creamy texture, lively bubbles and an appealing quaffability. Torbato was essentially a forgotten grape and this winery is considered its greatest champion. Sella & Mosca are also going to introduce a traditional method, no dosage Torbato, which is not yet ready for release, but I experienced a preview tasting and the sparkling showed much of the same character as the charmat method, but with more complexity, yeastiness and length.
Intense ruby. Red and blackberry fruits, rich and ripe. Supple and full, it lacks a bit of freshness compared to previous vintages. The tannins are thick and firm, giving it a very consistent mouthfeel.