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NV La Galleria Toscana Bianco
With a composition that focuses on Italy’s beloved Trebbiano Bianco grapes, fresh and dry La Galleria Toscana Bianco is a masterpiece of Italian winemaking. This versatile white is pale and straw-like in the glass, while the nose reveals fruity and floral aromas that lead into vibrant flavors of green apple, melon and lemon zest. This refreshing white is the perfect companion for a warm afternoon, or your next gallery opening.
2015 La Galleria Chianti
Italian Chianti is experiencing a renaissance, as a new generation of wine lovers are discovering its food-friendly nature, and intense but refined character. Made from 85% Sangiovese grapes, 2015 La Galleria Chianti is the perfect example of this wine. Uncork a bottle and enjoy flavors of tart red fruit, with notes of herbs and smoke that are a delight at the table or during a great conversation.
NV La Galleria Nero d'Avola
With a lovely contrast between its bright profile and bold flavors, La Galleria Nero d’Avola is truly a work of art. Made from Sicily’s most popular grapes, this fruity red asserts itself with strong flavors of plum and blackberry made complex by hints of spice and a sultry finish. Open a bottle next time you’re enjoying a flavorful beef dish, like a burger or stew.
NV La Galleria Pinot Grigio
With fresh flavors of citrus zest, apple, pear, and nectarine, La Galleria Pinto Grigio is a master class in crispness. Serve this light and delicious Italian white ice cold with seafood and pasta dishes—it’s especially refreshing after a bite of cream sauce.
NV La Galleria Rosso Toscano
With a composition that blends tart cherry and red berry flavors with hint of roasted pepper and oregano, La Galleria Toscana Rosso is a masterpiece of Italian winemaking. We suggest decanting this smooth red, letting its flavors grow more and more charismatic. Pair it with your favorite Italian dishes, or your next gallery opening.
NV La Galleria Sangiovese
Fruity Sangiovese enjoys a one-grape show in this earthy, single varietal red from Italy’s Puglia region. Puglia is located on the heel of Italy’s boot, and is known for the rich olive oil and tomato-based dishes that pair perfectly with this tasty wine. We suggest decanting a bottle for half an hour, allowing the red fruit flavors to really open up, and giving you time to enjoy a glass while your pasta sauce finishes simmering.