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6 February 2018 News

Hayley Hamilton Cogill of Dallas Magazine lists the best wines to drink in the winter. Among her favorites is Guigal Cote-Rotie Brune et Blonde highlighting the “smoky, intense Syrah blended with a touch of Viognier to add lightness and elegance to the wine.” See full article here

 
2nd February 2018 News

All 4 Lifestyles & Homes publications (a collection of regional luxury & lifestyle Texas magazines) featured the 2013 Tommasi Amarone and 2014 Tommasi Poggio al Tufo Rompicollo online in “New Year, New Shopping List.” Wine writer Denman Moody advises readers to purchase both Tommasi wines in 2018, specifically describing the Amarone as “unusually rich and satisfying,” and recommending it with “cambozola and Triscuits.” This story also ran in the February 2018 print edition of Fort Bend Lifestyles & Homes.

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2nd February 2018 News

USA Today Online featured the 2012 Tommasi Casisano Brunello di Montalcino in “Good wine for less than $20? Absolutely, with a little expert advice.” Wine writer Steve Prati features the Brunello as an “Italian jewel” noting it is not in the $20 price range but is considered “one of Italy’s finest and longest-lived wines.” Steve notes the Tommasi Brunello has “aromas of herbs, spice and savory balsamic” and “flavors of ripe fruit: tart cherry and black raspberry. Underneath it all, like the foundation of an ancient Italian castle, are richly textured tannins.”

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2nd February 2018 News

The Wall Street Journal featured the 2013 Tommasi Amarone in “Yes, Wine Lovers Actually Can Pair Amarone With Food.” Wine editor Lettie Teague dined with chef Mario Carlino of Divina Ristorante, during which they tried 10 bottles of current vintage Amarones. In chef Mario’s opinion, most were too young to pair with food, but 5 wines made the cut. Lettie notes “Mario and I both found the lithe, textured 2013 Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico ($58) remarkably drinkable despite its youth.” This article ran in last Saturday’s newspaper, as well as online.

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2nd February 2018 News

Martha Stewart Weddings Online featured the Tommasi Rafael Valpolicella in “Delicious Red Wines for $20 & Under to Serve at Your Wedding.” The Rafael is featured in a roundup of 20 wines, noting it is “mellow, soft, and easy to drink – but packs just the right amount of kick.”

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2nd February 2018 News

In a list of Delicious Red Wines Under $20 to Serve at Your Wedding, Sarah Schreiber notes that only 1% of the wine tasted by the Guigals is used to “craft this full-bodied bottle. The bar is that high.” Indeed. See article here.

 
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22nd January 2018 News

Tommasi’s Filodora Prosecco was written up in the January issue of Texas Weddings Magazine. Editor Laurette Veres lists her must-haves for the winter, recommending Tommasi Filodora as the perfect bottle to have on hand for “showers, cocktail parties and more.” Click here to download a PDF of the article.

 

 
22nd January 2018 News

Winston-Salem Journal Online, the digital version of the local North Carolina daily newspaper, chose Tommasi Poggio al Tufo Rompicollo 2014 as the wine of the week. Wine writer Michael Hastings describes the wine’s “aromas of cherries and foresty herbs,” calling it “smooth and well-balanced.”

 
22nd January 2018 News

Petrolos’ 2015 Torrione was highlighted as one of “10 Exceptional Tuscan Values” in a recent write-up in Wine Spectator. Below is an excerpt and review of the wine. Click here to read the full article!

“The good news for fans of Tuscan reds is that the newest vintages on the market are from two excellent back-to-back harvests: 2015 and 2016. The former was hot and dry, with well-timed rain at the end of July and mid-August, resulting in ripe, lush wines from Sangiovese.

PETROLO Val d’Arno di Sopra Torrione 2015 Score: 91 | $33
This is lean and taut, with cherry, leather, tobacco, earth and iron flavors. Leans to the dry side in the end, but has depth and character. Turns more elegant and complex with air. Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Best from 2019 through 2025. 700 cases imported.”