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March 2022 - New to CSWS

New to Cool Springs Wine & Spirits!

This month we showcase more new wines, exclusive to Cool Springs Wine & Spirits.

Also, consider joining us on March 8 for an evening with Marianna Bruscoli, the owner of the Tenuta Santi Giacomo e Filippo winery, and learn more about these awesome wines.

Tenuta Santi Giacomo e Filippo Bianco

The Bruscoli family embraces the philosophy of harmony with the landscape and brings us an organically farmed Biancello. A native to the Marche region, Biancello is also called Biancame and Greco Bianco. This is the perfect wine for all things; lively, refreshing, and balanced. A beautiful straw hue opens with expressive orchard aromas of pear and white flowers. Stone fruit and coastal saline will transport you to the Adriatic. Enjoy with firm fillets of halibut or sole with smoky roasted peppers, eggplant and onion, prawn and potato fritters or bean salads.

Tenuta Santi Giacomo e Filippo Rosso

Marianna Bruscoli manages 30 acres of Bianchello as well as Verdicchio, Montepulciano, Sangiovese, olives, and honey. This is true organic sustainability. The Rosso is 100% Sangiovese and 200% yumminess. Stainless steel aging preserves freshness and intense ruby color. Lush cherry and rose petals lead us straight into red apple, red flower, and a hint of the clay soils that support the Bruscoli farm. Enjoy with baked tomatoes, polenta carbonara, or lasagna, of course.

Sono Famosa

Thus far, nearly 400 unique indigenous wine grapes have been identified in Italy alone. If you tasted a new Italian wine each week, it would take you some 20 years to taste your way through the country alone. That said, let’s experience the not so famous, Famosa, from Emilia-Romagno. Like Le Marche, Emilia-Romagno benefits from the Adriatic Sea. Emilia-Romagna is one of Italy’s oldest wine regions. The collection of independent wine growers, Caviro, is committed to tradition and showcases a white variety that was thought extinct. Perhaps the abundance of varieties from the region resulted in Famosa fading from the limelight. Enjoy with pork cuts and soft cheeses.

Castello di Stefanago Pavia Rosso

The Baruffaldis, of Castello di Stefanago, strive to maintain respect for the terroir as well as the earth in their winemaking. The organic winery is located in Lombardia in the Oltrepo Pavese. The 14th century castle is surrounded by forests and orchards and holds the ancient cellars of various woods and sized barrels. The vineyard currently produces Riesling Renano, Pinot Grigio, Müller-Thurgau, Chardonnay, Croatina (Bonarda), Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Uva Rara, and Pinot Nero. Pavia Rosso is a blend of Uva Rara, Croatina, Barbera, and Merlot. Decan this one. The dry dark fruit and dusty tannin pair perfectly with dry cheeses and charcuterie.

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