Lifted aromas of blackberry, blueberry briary fruits and perfumed violets are complemented by a lick of toasty vanillin oak. The palate is restrained in its youth but delivers depth and concentration with dark forest-fruits, rich fruitcake and a streak of earthy goodness. A wine of fantastic drive and complexity, the delicate grained tannins enhance the lengthy finish.
Aromas of fresh fruit and red berries are accompanied by subtle sensations of mint and orange blossom. Firm, elegant tannins envelope the palate, leaving the flavours of fresh red fruit and spices through to a sweet and elegant finish. Serve with chocolate and pear millefeuille or a selection of hard cheeses.
Unique, intense aroma with strong mineral and toasted notes resulting in a highly individual character. Full favoured with bubbles that dissolve and mix with the cava to give it the right level of complexity; from a highly fruity start to an intriguing fresh and minerally finish.
A wine of wonderful, pure aromatics this Gruner Veltliner exemplifies classic notes of mandarin and tangelo with an underlying trace of white pepper. The subtle toast and cedar aromatics from fermentation in 60% French oak puncheon fill out the savoury components and flesh out the mid-palate. Desiring the richness and texture that only comes with age we have cellared this wine for several years before release. The result is a complex, rich and weighty rendition of an Austrian classic.
A fantastically complex wine, with impressive aromas and layers of intricate flavours. A strong structure is matched by balancing acidity, finishing on a rounded, elegant note.
This wine is a deep ruby red colour, with violet tints. On the nose, it displays aromas of red forest fruits, oak spice and chocolate. On the palate, the wine bursts with flavours of fruit and herbs, along with oak spice again. The finish is long, rounded and elegant.
This wine is deep ruby in colour. On the nose, there are rich aromas of blackberries, eucalyptus and chocolate with a hint of black pepper. The palate is full and plush with soft tannins.
The complexity that comes with ages shines with lifted honeysuckle and toasty notes on the nose. The rich and honeyed palate is brimming with lemon citrus fruits and finishes with a chalky, mineral freshness. Delicious with shellfish in a creamy sauce.
An elegant wine overflowing with ripe fruit flavours complemented by delicate balsamic and spicy notes. Layered with complexity, this is a powerful expression of its mountainous terroir.
It has classic aromas of blackcurrant and cedar with smoky undertones which give way to a well-structured palate with intense notes of blackberry and plum, held together by taut tannins. It is a strikingly good wine, showing yet again that this property consistently outperforms its classification.
Complex aromas of mineral, lemon and orange citrus aromas are accompanied by fresh hay overtones. Zesty notes of lemon, grapefruit, toast and classic rich honeysuckle weave through the textured palate, beautifully balanced by vibrant acidity.
This wine is intense garnet in colour. Aromas of juicy strawberries, cherries and blackberries are married with notes of vanilla and spices from oak ageing and subtle earthy hints. The palate is exceptionally well-structured and fleshy, knit together with velvety tannins. The concentrated flavours are balanced by a vibrant acidity and endure on the long finish.
This Tempranillo shows attractive brambly, blackberry-like ripe fruits along with spicy complexity. The palate is rich and textural with beautifully soft tannins. Liquorice, chocolate and vanilla flavours linger on the finish.
Bright and lively, this wine has aromas of red and black fruits, with floral and herbal notes. On the palate, it shows intensity and complexity that come from the old vines. Full-bodied with balancing acidity, this wine has dry, fine tannins which are well integrated, thanks to the oak ageing.
Bright garnet red, this Barolo has an intense and complex nose with aromas of black cherries, rose petal and violet coupled with savoury notes of mushroom, tar and forest floor. Probably the most potent of all the Massolino wines, it perfectly showcases the essential characteristics of Barolo, with grand structure, robust tannins and vibrant acidity endowing it with great potential for further ageing.
This wine has a beautiful ruby red color, with garnet reflections. The aromas on the nose highlight spicy aromas, alternating with hints that recall balsamic herbs and fruity nuances of cherries and raspberries. In the mouth it is fresh, medium-bodied and very soft thanks to the smooth tannin. It closes with a finish characterized by a slightly fruity aftertaste.