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21 March 2017 News, Videos

Super flyovers of Cote-Rotie and a dive into the Guigal cellar.

 

 
20 March 2017 News

We are happy to share new coverage of Tommasi’s Le Rosse Pinot Grigio this week as a result of our pitching and sampling efforts. Wine writer Ted Scheffler featured the Le Rosse Pinot Grigio as a recommendation in his column Wine Wednesday on Salt Lake City Weekly Online, a regional publication in Utah. Ted notes “I know what you’re thinking: Pinot Grigio is so BORING. Not this one. Pinot Grigio can be ridiculously mundane, but there are good ones out there and this is one of them.” After this high praise of the wine, Ted discusses the characteristics of the pinot grigio as having “good acidity and ripe tropical fruit flavors, white peach, honeysuckle, and ginger.”

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16 March 2017 News

Chateau Margaux again placed on Wine & Spirits Magazine’s annual restaurant poll.  Amazingly, it is the only non-American Cabernet on the Most Popular Cabernet Sauvignon list and remains on the Most Popular French Wines list, the only cru classé.  Incredible!

See the full accolades here.

 

 
13 March 2017 News

The Daily Meal featured Tommasi Rompicollo and Valpolicella Ripasso in “25 Bright, Affordable Wines from 9 Countries, Perfect for Spring.” Wine writer Roger Morris notes that the Ripasso is a “lighter ripasso” and that the wine has “bright cherry flavor, lighter body, and good acidity.” Of the Rompicollo, Roger notes that the wine “shows a combination of dark cherries, savory herbs and old-barrel flavors.”

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13 March 2017 News

Wine writer Gus Clemens featured the Tommasi Valpolicella in a recent story on wine trends and popularity surges. The Ripasso is featured in the “Tasting Notes” section of the article, where Gus remarks the wine is “fascinating, wonderful.” This story ran on USA Today and was syndicated to 110 other online outlets, garnering a fantastic number of impressions.

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13 March 2017 News

Wine-Searcher.com posted a story on “Brunello’s Greatest Hits of 2012” featuring quotes from Pierangelo discussing the 2012 release of the wine. “2012 was a very good vintage, much better than 2011 and comparable to 2010, considered to be one of the greatest ever,” said Pierangelo Tommasi, owner of Casisano.”

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8 March 2017 Feature, News

Vivino  just released a study from their 23 million users looking at the Most Popular French Wines.  They specifically name their most Popular French Wines under $20 – the Seven Affordable French Superstars.

Not only is Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge near the top, but it has the single highest average rating of any of the seven wines!

Link here.

 

 

 
6 March 2017 News

The regional Texas magazine Lifestyles & Homes featured the Tommasi Ripasso in “A New List for a Shopping Spree of Wine Treasures.” Wine writer Denman Moody featured the top 20 percent of more than 300 wines he recently tasted, “each of which I would serve proudly, and each a great value.” This wine roundup was featured in each of the magazines 5 editions in Houston, Fort Bend, Woodlands, Cy-Fair and Katy running in both print and online.

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6 March 2017 News

Wine writer Gus Clemens featured the Poggio al Tufo Rompicollo in a review on his blog, Gus Clemens on Wine. Gus notes that the Rompicollo is a “relatively simple but very well made Super Tuscan with tasty fruits that get better with air…the tannins are sweet and tame, the intriguing sour cherry plays well on the finish.”

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6 March 2017 News

The Capital Gazette featured the Casisano Brunello di Montalcino in its regular wine column. At the end of the story wine writer Tom Marquardt lists his top Wine Picks for the week, including the Casisano Brunello di Montalcino. “Intense but targeted aromas with delicious dark berry and spice flavors. Well balanced and long in the finish, this is an outstanding wine.”

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