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22nd September 2017 News

1WineDude blogger Joe Roberts included the 2015 Tommasi Le Rosse Pinot Grigio in “Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For September 18, 2017.” He rated the Le Rosse Pinot Grigio a B, and quipped “The Red Ones? Really? This is more like the Tasty, Energetic, and Mellon-Infused ones. $14 B.”

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22nd September 2017 News

The 2015 Tommasi Le Rosse Pinot Grigio was featured in “What We’re Drinking: 2015 Tommasi Le Rosse Pinot Grigio” on The Palate Press Online. Wine writer Becky Epstein recommends pairing the Tommasi Le Rosse Pinot Grigio with end-of-summer meals, like corn, tomatoes and fish. Epstein goes on to state that “this wine gets bigger when you drink it with lunch or supper. And if you have any left, it’s even better the second night — as long as you’ve kept it chilled.”

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22nd September 2017 News

Honest Cooking featured the 2013 Tommasi Ripasso Valpolicella in “10 Wines for a Fall Weekend.” Wine editor Annelise McAuliffe provides a roundup of wines that “pair well with cool nights, heartier foods and warm spices,” in which she highlights the Ripasso as having “just enough body for a fall meal,” and recommends pairing it with braised meats, game dishes or aged blue cheese.

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11 September 2017 News

The Colorado Gazette featured the 2015 Tommasi Le Rosse Pinot Grigio in “White wine alternatives for summer sipping.” Wine writer Rich Mauro is partial to white wines for summer, and provided a list of “heat resistors” from Germany, France and Italy. Mauro touches upon Italy’s best white wine import, pinot grigio, recommended by him for its light body and melon and citrus notes. When recommending pinot grigio, Mauro notes the Le Rosse is a “a single vineyard wine in a somewhat richer style.” Click here to see the article.

 
11 September 2017 News

Tommasi’s Filodora Prosecco was named “Wine Pick of the Week for September 6” in The Arizona Daily Sun this week, running both in print and online. Wine writer John Vankat notes “I find many Proseccos a bit clumsy, but the Tommasi Filodora is nicely refined and therefore a wise purchase.” John describes the wine for its “attractive, forward nose, good strength on the palate and is long-finishing.” Click here to see the article.

 
24 August 2017 News

We are happy to share new coverage for the Tommasi Le Rosse Pinot Grigio and Rafael Valpolicella on the blog HobNob Magazine in “Summer Wine Tasting: Australian Wine with a Criminal History and A Couple of Light Italians.” Wine writer Ellen Swandiak reviews both wines, noting the Pinot Grigio “was a rich white, with more tropical and complex notes than the typical Pinot Grigio” and the Rafael is “the perfect, crisp summer red.” Both wines are showcased in a slideshow on the site, too.

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7 August 2017 News

Honest Cooking featured the Rafael Valpolicella in “Chilled Red Wines for A Hot Summer” a roundup of reds “perfect for chilling and totally affordable.” The Rafael is described as “vibrant, fresh, but still loaded with tannins and deep notes of spice and leather that are balanced with fruitiness.”

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7 August 2017 News

Colorado Avid Golfer, a regional golfing magazine based in Colorado, featured the Ripasso Valpolicella in “High Yield Wines.” Wine contributor Dave Buchanan notes the Ripasso is “full-bodied and spicy, with deep plum-like fruit flavors.” This piece ran online, and will also appear in print.

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24 July 2017 News

Coachella Valley Weekly featured the Rafael Valpolicella in “Summer Grilling Wines Continued.” Wine writer Rick Riozza notes he is a big Italian wine fan and that his current recommendation is the 2014 Tommasi Rafael Valpolicella Classico Superiore. “It’s a steal at $15!,” he says. Rick notes the aromas and flavors of the Rafael and mentions James Suckling’s score of 91 for the wine, stating “a lovely valpo that is delicate and spicy with a lemon-rind and blueberry chracater; medium body, vibrant fruit and wonderful acidity. Flavorful! Drink now!” This review ran in both print and online. Click here to see the full text. 

 
14 July 2017 News

Devour Utah, a regional magazine and website based in Salt Lake City, UT, featured a review of the pinot grigio noting the wine is complex “with good acidity and ripe tropical fruit flavors.” The Le Rosse is recommended to “sip by itself, but also pairs very well with seafood and Asian flavors – even sushi and sashimi.”

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