Try Three For Free Wine Tasting this Saturday, July 23rd from 2-5 p.m. showcasing some of the best Italian wines under $20! It’s Round 2 of our “All Italian Wine Weekend” at Table Wine! If you missed yesterday’s tasting, don’t worry as we’ve got another trio of incredibly tasty and well priced wines from all over Italy. Award winning Soave, a classic easy drinker that was one of Sinatra’s favorites, and one of the best Tuscan red wine values we’ve ever tasted. We’re not joking! Stop by, taste, learn, and save up to 20% off on all of the tasting wines.
On all tasting wines, save 10% off by the bottle, 15% off when you mix six of them, or 20% off when you mix a case or more of them!
1. 2014 Gini Soave Classico (Veneto, Italy) – Gini is not only one of the best producers of Soave, they are one of the top white wine producers in the entire country. Unlike many of the mass market Soaves that are watered down and innocuous, the Gini family craft white wines that are deeper colored, richer, and more nuanced………being that the family has farmed in the region since 1600, that should come as no surprise. Their current release is almost golden in color with exotic notes of white peach, tangerine, apple and white flowers. 90 points Wine Enthusiast
2. 2014 Corte Majoli Valpolicella (Veneto, Italy) – This is just good, solid, simple Valpolicella from the Tezza family estate in northeastern Italy. Comprised mainly of Corvina, this stainless steel fermented red was a favorite of Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack friends while dining on big plates of spaghetti and meatballs. We like it with or without classic Amer-Italian cuisine.
3. 2014 Il Palazzino Rosso di Toscana (Tuscany, Italy) – Antonio Galloni described this wine as “one of the best wines readers will find in its price range,” and we agree 100% with him on that. Basically a really, really, really good Chianti Classico without the price tag, this Sangiovese-based wine from one of the top estates in the region is incredible for the price. Words don’t do it justice………get some in your glass and let the wine do the talking!