Italy Piedmont

  • red
  • 10 in stock
  • $59.99

  • red
  • 12 in stock
  • $68.99

Barale 2018 Barolo di Barolo

Called “Barolo di Barolo” because the fruit comes from vineyards in the town of Barolo, this is labeling that we’re seeing more of these days. The wine shows some of the best aspects of the good 2018s – lovely light weight, savory and easy drinking, with entrancing citrus, rose, and earthy notes. A wine more on the side of finesse than power, it’s nonetheless complete. It will drink very well now and for the next 10+ years. Jamie Wolff

  • red
  • 21 in stock
  • $41.99

  • Organic

Barale 2020 Barbera d'Alba Castle

As with the Barale Dolcetto and Nebbiolo, the Barbera could serve as a text-book example of the grape. The 2020 a fine balance between very ripe fruit and very fresh, mouthwatering acidity – deliciously lush, crisp, and mineral all at once, this really outperforms. Jamie Wolff

  • red
  • 17 in stock
  • $24.99

  • Organic
  • red
  • 6 in stock
  • $19.99

  • Organic

Barale 2020 Langhe Nebbiolo

Again the Barales achieve a fascinating balance of savory character and fruit, all in a medium-bodied wine that’s quite structured with ripe tannin, with very good length. Another classic. Jamie Wolff

  • red
  • 26 in stock
  • $26.99

  • Organic

Bricco Ernesto 2018 Vino Rosso (Nebbiolo - Roero)

To my taste I would have to guess this was a Barbaresco, but a Barbaresco of great finesse and elegance. If there’s a place in the wine to determine that you’re elsewhere, it might be the unbelievably suave and ripe tannins of the Bricco Ernesto. Aromatically the wine is expansive and rich, a lovely combo of dark cherry fruit and earthy Nebbiolo florality and earthiness. The palate is bright and intense, with an incredibly complex finish – a burst of black cherry, amaro-like herbs, citrus, balsam, and that very fine tannin to extend everything. This is a much deeper and more serious Roero wine than one would ever expect. It is, by any definition, a natural wine, completely unmanipulated, and with a final SO2 level of 27mg. Pretty brilliant wine, in my book, and it will be really interesting to see how it develops. I have a very high opinion of just two other Roero producers (Chiesa, and Val del Prete), but Bricco Ernesto is a game-changer. Jamie Wolff

  • red
  • 28 in stock
  • $54.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur
  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $54.99

  • Organic
  • red
  • 2 in stock
  • $59.99

Burzi 2018 Langhe Nebbiolo

A traditional Nebbiolo from Burzi, a lesser-known producer in Barolo. Aged in large old 500L barrels, and then large tonneaux for 6 months. There is a slight hint of leather here, herbs, and fresh acidity. A very friendly Nebbiolo, ready to drink or very capable of aging for several years.

  • red
  • 15 in stock
  • $27.99

  • Organic
  • Biodynamic
  • red
  • 10 in stock
  • $29.99

Cantina del Lupo 2019 Monferrato DOC Nebbiolo

Made from organically farmed grapes, by one of the Langhe’s largest organic vineyard owners, with vines on the margins of the great sites of Barolo and Barbaresco. They make more than they can sell under their own label, so we’ve lucked-out: the wine is delicious, ready to drink, and a great buy at the price. Classic Nebbiolo, with roses and a hint of dried red cherries, earthy forest floor, and fine acidity.

  • red
  • 92 in stock
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  • Organic
  • red
  • 5 in stock
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  • 2 in stock
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  • 6 in stock
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  • 2 in stock
  • $64.99

Oddero, Luigi 2016 Barolo Convento

The fruit for this '16 Barolo came primarily from east and south-east facing plots in La Morra, with some Nebbiolo from east facing vines in the Barolo commune. The wine was fermented in stainless steel with a 25 day maceration on the skins, before aging in large Slavonian oak casks for 2 years. The Convento '16 is a lightly bricking cherry in the glass when the bottle is first opened but fills out into a brilliant, deep, clear red hue after an hour of air. It begins distinctly minty, with raspberry and red plum. A little clove and milled coffee bean waft over a woodsy smell of stripped bark. Over time, sweet orange peel, pungent roses, and candied strawberry appear, adding richness and pleasant aromatic dimension. The palate has a bright, mineral core - but also real juiciness. Flavors of zingy red apple and cranberry begin a little pinched, but quickly fall on the tongue like a wave of healthy fruit. The wine finishes on a serious note, with a hint of menthol and a dash of black tea. Fantastic, semi-chewy Nebbiolo tannin and firm acidity are long lasting. Drink now through 2030. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 15 in stock
  • $41.99

  • Organic
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  • 45 in stock
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  • 1 in stock
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  • 1 in stock
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  • red off-dry sparkling
  • 16 in stock
  • no discount
  • $19.99

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  • 10 in stock
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Sandri, Elio (Cascina Disa) 2018 Barbera d'Alba 1.5 L

This needed some air, after which it was delicious, open and light-to-medium bodied, with fine balance. Very good indeed. Jamie Wolff

  • red
  • 2 in stock
  • $49.99

  • Organic
  • red
  • 28 in stock
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  • Organic
  • red
  • 18 in stock
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  • 8 in stock
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  • 1 in stock
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  • red
  • 11 in stock
  • $49.99

Trediberri 2020 Dogliani Bricco Molea (Dolcetto)

 Dogliani is a small town south and west of Barolo, which gives its name to a DOCG wine zone – a ‘Dogliani’ must be made from Dolcetto (life was a little simpler for everyone when the wines were called “Dolcetto di Dogliani," but the marketers won that conversation). The zone of Dogliani, is considered the best area for Dolcetto (which not so long ago was more expensive than Nebbiolo) where Dolcetto was historically given the best sites, whereas in Barolo and Barbaresco Dolcetto is generally relegated to lesser positions in the vineyards – “Bricco”, as in Bricco Molea, means the top part of the hill, which receives the most sun and ripens best. There are plenty of contemporary Doglianis that are an attempt to make what Italians call ‘important’ wines, and thus are dark, extracted, and often oaky; Trediberri’s Dogliani is a more traditional style, intended to be fresh and lively, a wine for food, for every day, to open a meal, to drink while your Barolo ages. But this is no simple wine, and it has remarkable aromatic complexity with bright currant-like fruit, white flowers, chalk, and a deep savory aspect – altogether mouth-watering. It’s very appealing on the palate, light-midweight and with the fruit in balance with chalk, and expressing a strong sense of place. From vines that are 50-70 years old; fermented in concrete for about 10 days, and aged in a combo of concrete and steel. A killer Dolcetto!  Jamie Wolff

  • red
  • 26 in stock
  • $18.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Italy Tuscany

  • red
  • 2 in stock
  • $19.99

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  • 5 in stock
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  • 10 in stock
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  • red fortified sweet
  • 5 in stock
  • $27.99

  • red
  • 12 in stock
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  • 6 in stock
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  • 10 in stock
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  • 2 in stock
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Fornacina 2015 Brunello di Montalcino

I've tried to resist the temptation of a potential cliché, but: this made me think of Burgundy, because this is a really elegant Brunello with no sign of heat, beautiful balance – it’s intense, but not at all too rich, with good lift, and a clear sense of place. I’ve tasted Fornacina for about 10 years now, and terroir emerges in the wine; the relatively high altitude (400+ meters), and the high PH of the galestro soil, must play a role in how fresh the wine is, even in a hot vintage like 2015. The wine is very fragrant with “frutti di bosco”, or forest fruits (wild strawberry, blackberry, etc), clay and “sotto bosco”, or forest floor – leafy and earthy. After 4+ hours open, it’s showing even better: a very refined wine, aromatic, dynamic, and delicious. Jamie Wolff

  • red
  • 9 in stock
  • $49.99

  • Organic

I Fabbri 2016 Chianti Classico Riserva

100% Sangiovese, 13.5° alcohol, vinified in concrete and aged in old wood ranging from tonneau to 30HL botte. And wow! Very aromatic – delicately floral, bright fruit, stony. On the palate a lovely light texture and beautiful balance, again very stony, with sweet raspberry, thyme, olive, and slightly grainy tannins that add complexity. Very, very good, old school wine – I’m brought back to why I fell for Chianti in the first place. After a few days open still beautifully lifted and complex – my kind of wine. 111 points. Jamie Wolff

  • red
  • 36 in stock
  • $39.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

I Fabbri 2018 Chianti Classico Terra di Lamole

90% Sangiovese Grosso and 10% Canaiolo from old vines planted 550 meters above sea level. Fermentation and aging is done in cement and 500 liter French oak tonneaux. In the glass, the wine is a ripe red cherry in color. The nose is full of fresh red berries, with a touch of juniper perfume and woodsy earth.  Rich on the palate, with strong iron and mineral strength, with a zap of firm cherry - finishing on a semi-bitter cranberry note. The structure is bright, with incredibly healthy acidity and very clean tannic chew. What a balanced yet invigorating wine! David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 35 in stock
  • $25.99

  • Organic

Le Masse 2017 Chianti Classico

By all reports a vintage of reduced crops, 2017 has been standing out to me as a vintage of quality for several Tuscan producers who were able to handle the concentration of the vintage and maintain balance with their wines. The 2017s from Monte Bernardi stand out, along with the Montesecondo wines I tried from 2017, and one of our local faves, the Lecci e Brocchi (we're onto the 2018 now, but the '17 was great while it lasted!). Enter Fattoria le Masse's 2017 Chianti Classico, a perfect rendition, with medium-full body, dark cherry notes, a touch of leather... sound like Chianti yet? Ideal with any meat dishes, red sauces, home-cooked pizzas, or roasted veggies. Grapes were harvested by hand in October. Fermented naturally, macerating on the skin for about 40 days. Aged one year in French oak and matures in bottle for 8 months before release. A classic Chianti, with fine tannins and just the right amount of material and acidity to age very well for 3-5 years, perhaps even longer!  -EL

  • red
  • 22 in stock
  • $29.99

  • Organic
  • Biodynamic

Le Masse 2018 Toscana Rosso Timeo (Canaiolo)

We know of Canaiolo mainly as a blending grape in Tuscany, and rarely do we find wine enthusiasts outside of Italy who can speak on its virtues, as it is equally rare to find a 100% Canaiolo wine. Recently however, there have been a few estates that have started to produce varietal expressions. The Fattoria le Masse 'Timeo' is a fantastic example, lithe and perfectly balanced with acidity and refined and elegant deep red fruit flavors, delivered with energy, and on the lighter side of medium. Grapes were harvested from vines planted in 1961 to sand and clay soils at the end of September. Fermented with indigenous yeast, with about 40 days on the skins without temperature control in steel tanks. Aged for 6 months in steel before one more year in bottle. Now we find that Canaiolo was "more popular in Central Italy than Sangiovese until the eighteenth century" (J Robinson/J Harding/J Vouillamoz, WINE GRAPES), with the "velvety texture and full body of its best examples rounding out Sangiovese's firm tannins." Curious indeed! Maybe the immediate joy of the Canaiolo was replaced by the reward of Sangiovese's noble ageing potential, but one can see with the 'Timeo' why Canaiolo was popular. Immediately drinkable, friendly and balanced, this is a perfect red for appetizers, salads, poultry, grilled fish, pretty much anything! I did find myself yearning for more material when I tried to pair it with meatballs and red sauce, so maybe the Chianti from Fattoria le Masse would be the better choice for red meat or dishes with tomato sauce, but this Canaiolo definitely goes the distance!  -EL

  • red
  • 8 in stock
  • $21.99

  • Organic
  • Biodynamic
  • Low Sulfur
  • red
  • 5 in stock
  • $59.99

  • red
  • 2 in stock
  • $44.99

Lecci e Brocchi 2018 Chianti Classico Ragonaia

The Ragonaia bottling from Lecci & Brocchi is 100% Sangiovese from vineyards 420 meters above sea level. Fruit harvested at the end of of September. Vinification in vertical open tonneaux with manual punch downs. Fermentation is natural. Malo happens in steel tanks before aging in barrique for 12 months. In the glass, the wine shows a lovely black cherry in color. On the nose, the wine is soft, with savory red plum, red flowers, and dark citrus peel. Flavors of ripe red cherry and minerally earth. Generous on the palate, showing medium acidity and fuller but woven tannin. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 19 in stock
  • $24.99

  • red
  • 4 in stock
  • $59.99

Monte Bernardi 2017 Chianti Classico Riserva

Another fantastic vintage of this staple red from Monte Bernardi. 95% Sangiovese with 5% of Canaiolo Nero from estate vines in Panzano, Chianti. Wine is fermented naturally in oak and stainless steel before aging 18-24 months in oak. The nose is very fragrant, with notes of warm blueberry preserve, balsamic and freshly baked pie crust. Above those deep aromas, there are fresh red cherries and woodsy forest shrubs. On the palate, there are flavors black cherry, milled coffee beans, and a very lovely note of candied blackberry. The wine has a long finish of herbs and spice. Structure-wise, this Chianti has high acidity and healthy tannin. An incredible wine! David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 25 in stock
  • $29.99

  • Organic
  • Biodynamic
  • Low Sulfur
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  • 11 in stock
  • $39.99

  • red
  • 3 in stock
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  • 4 in stock
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  • 4 in stock
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  • 4 in stock
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  • 1 in stock
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  • 1 in stock
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Pian delle Querci 2015 Brunello di Montalcino

In the glass this 2015 Brunello is a clean red cherry in color. The nose is full and complex, with roses and herbal aromas. Lovely red fruits and a hint of springy grassiness give the nose a great pop. After hours open, the bouquet deepens and a touch of spice develops. The palate is peppery and full of plum and black cherry. Right after opening, a lively spark of salinity and a flavor refreshing mint show on the palate. With air, the wine plumps up with enhanced richness. The wine has a great chew and acidity. David Hatzopoulos

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  • 15 in stock
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  • 3 in stock
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  • 6 in stock
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  • 11 in stock
  • $26.99

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  • $17.99

Italy White

Antica Tenuta Pietramore 2018 Pecorino Superiore

Although Chambers has been bringing in this wine for years, it just got written up yesterday 3/21/22 in Eric Asimov's TEN GRAPES WORTH KNOWING BETTER article!  Found in the Marche and Abruzzo, Pecorino got its name from the sheep herders who used to eat the grapes while tending their flocks.  It is a variety adapted to high altitude hillside vineyards with a long, cool growing season, and typically produces very full body wines, with plenty of acidity and delicate flavors. The 2018 Pecorino from Pietramore is produced from the chalky soils of Chieti, a province located in the northern limits of Abruzzo. The vines have a north-western exposure. After pressing, the juice spends 8-10 hours in contact with the skins. The wine is aged on the lees in steel vats, with a short time spent in bottle before release. The wine's color is a deep yellow. The nose is loaded with citrus and sea spray. The palate is full bodied with strong acidity, but broad flavors of apple,  citrus, herbs, and salt. A perfect wine for shellfish and sheep's milk cheeses. Giselle Hamburg

  • white
  • 22 in stock
  • $19.99

Bera 2020 Moscato d'Asti Canelli

100 % Muscat Petit Grains from a beautiful organic vineyard, fermented with wild yeasts, minimal SO2 is used. We sell this Moscato d'Asti because it's one of the best we've ever tasted – a wine with finesse and complexity; layers of apricot, peach, honey, balanced by clean lime-like acidity. Most of the competition is dull and insipid by comparison. The fact that this organic wine is made by some of the nicest people you can imagine has nothing to do with our selecting it for your delectation...

  • white sparkling off-dry
  • 33 in stock
  • no discount
  • $18.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Bosco dei Cirmioli 2020 Pinot Grigio Delle Venezie DOC

In the glass, the Bosco Pinot Grigio is a pale lemony straw in color. Some rounder aromas of melon and apple are cut by zingy citrus zest and grassy herbs. The palate is bright, with crisp orchard fruit and clean limestone. There is some roundness to the palate, but the structure is driven by the great acidity and zippy core. If you're ready for summer, then you're ready for a few bottles of this!

  • white
  • 40 in stock
  • $10.99

  • white sparkling
  • 3 in stock
  • no discount
  • $21.99

Casaretti 2020 Veneto Bianco Brol di Calmasino

This wine is mostly Garganega, plus 10% Cortese, from organically tended vines on the shores of Lake Garda in the Veneto There is a five day maceration on the skins before a soft pressing. Fermented naturally in 500L tonneau barrel. The wine is aged for eight months in tonneau and concrete with occasional battonage. Three more months in bottle before release. The color is a fresh lemon hue in the glass with flecks of silver. The nose is herbaceous and savory, showing cured citrus peel, lean apricot, and salinity. The palate is also especially salty, with incredible briskness, and the crisp flavor of orchard fruit and lemon. David Hatzopoulos

  • white
  • 24 in stock
  • $19.99

  • Organic

Contra Soarda 2020 Breganze Vespaiolo Soarda Bianco

Vespaiolo derives its name from the wasps (vespa) that feed on the grapes as sugar accumulates later in the season. The wines are often made into a passito style sweet wine but this wine shines as a rich, dry wine with bountiful aromatics. The vines are planted on a decomposed volcanic soil at high density to limit yields, and are fermented with native yeast in steel.

  • white
  • 26 in stock
  • $22.99

I Fabbri 2020 VDT Bianco Casole

A savory white from Tuscany, this Trebbiano and Malvasia blend is a clean lemon color in the glass. The nose has dried citrus peel, green herbs and chamomile, with a hint of spice and grassiness. Flavor-wise, the wine is warm, with apple and white pepper. There is a bitterness, like green tea, on the mid-palate before revealing a softness and richness on the finish. A substantial mouthfeel, this wine calls for heavily herbed roast chicken or pork, or even red meats.

  • white
  • 31 in stock
  • $27.99

  • Organic

Il Fortunato 2020 Prosecco (Organic, low SO2)

This is a rare item: Clean, crisp dry Prosecco, made from organic fruit, indigenous yeasts, very low SO2. This is a wine that will please everyone – your inner wine geek, and your (here please fill in the blank for your friend or relative who pays no attention to the details but will guzzle it down and ask for more). An amazing value! Jamie Wolff

  • white sparkling
  • 64 in stock
  • no discount
  • $15.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur
  • white
  • 1 in stock
  • $58.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur
  • white
  • 4 in stock
  • $27.99

Lombardo, Giordano 2020 Gavi di Gavi Vigna San Martino

The Lombardo Gavi is a staple at Chambers. The 2020 has bright fruit of apricot and lemon, zesty minerality, and a medium mouthfeel. Even though there is a bit of weight on the palate, the wine also shows a touch of effervescence. A great bottle for anyone looking for a wine with ripe yellow fruits and a dynamic texture. David Hatzopoulos

  • white
  • 3 in stock
  • $17.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur
  • white
  • 36 in stock
  • $17.99

Mongioia 2016 Moscato d'Asti Crivella

Crivella is made with fruit from Riccardo Bianco’s oldest vines, including some planted in the mid 1800s by Riccardo’s great-great-something grandfather; such old vines are extremely rare, and while they produce very little fruit, it’s impossible for Riccardo to even think about replacing them. At a tasting in the shop a customer said, “Like Sauternes with bubbles!” which was a lovely way to describe the wine and its rich and unctuous character. made lively with fizz, and crisp with balancing acidity. A great match with cheese or not-so-sweet desserts, like panetone, or fruit pies. While there’s no botrytis, Crivella is much more complex and detailed than all but the very best Sauternes. I’ve certainly never tasted anything like it — a stunning wine.  Jamie Wolff

  • white sparkling off-dry
  • 4 in stock
  • no discount
  • $29.99

  • Organic

Montoni 2020 Sicilia IGT Grillo Timpa

From the eastern facing, sandy slopes of the Grillo della Timpa Sicilia DOC, Fuedo Montoni delivers a refreshing but complex wine. 30 year old vines, planted at 700 meters above sea level, and handled under certified organic methods. Fermentation happens in cement, and for a portion of that time, the juice is in contact with the grape skins. The wine then ages in cement, in contact with the lees, for 6 months. The result is a complex, but utterly fresh glass of white. The color is clean lemon. The nose offers aromas of golden apple, pear, apricot and white flowers. Flavors are of dried lemon, green herbs, lime zest, salt and white pepper. The skin maceration definitely gives the wine a touch of tannic stability, like banisters to the wine's highly angled, persistent acidity. Really enjoyable wine that wakes up the palate. David Hatzopoulos

  • white
  • 10 in stock
  • $21.99

  • Organic
  • white fortified sweet
  • 5 in stock
  • $11.99

Pianogrillo 2019 Terre Siciliane Grecanico

I loved this wine when I first tasted it, and I liked it even more as we followed it at dinner over several days. It remained fresh and crisp, and – in true Sicilian style – it proved to be very versatile at table, matching beautifully with black bean soup, spaghetti with tomato sauce, and grilled salmon with salsa verde. It turns out that Grecanico Dorato (the grape used here) is closely related to Garganega (the grape used in Soave), but this news surprised me because the wine is so much more exciting than 99.9% of Soave. At 12.5° alcohol, it is light and crystalline, with aromatics that made me think of exotic, gewurz-type fruit – lychee, pineapple, warm spices, all with an intense chalky / mineral foundation and racy, lemony acidity. From 30+ year-old vines, fermented in stainless steel with indigenous yeasts. Quite a remarkable and complex wine that far out-performs its price. Jamie Wolff

  • white
  • 16 in stock
  • $21.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur
  • white
  • 12 in stock
  • $28.99

  • white
  • 15 in stock
  • $15.99

Terraquilia 2018 Bianco dell'Emilia Col Fondo Terrebianche

A blend of Pignoletto, also known as Grechetto Gentile, and Trebbiano, from organically farmed grapes. Bottled after halting fermentation, allowing carbonation to develop within the bottle. It is not disgorged, and is cellar aged for 15 months before release. In the glass, the color is a silvery lemon. On the nose, there are rich floral aromas, ripe lemon fruit, and sliced apricots. Like the TerraQuilia reds, this sparkling white is a touch herbaceous, balancing a faint bitterness on the edge of zingy lemon fruit and dried stone fruit. The palate has a bright core, but a softness in surrounding texture, creating a very compelling mouthfeel. Highly drinkable, but full of character. David Hatzopoulos

  • white sparkling
  • 5 in stock
  • no discount
  • $17.99

Vignato 2019 Gambellara Classico El Gian

If you love Soave, this is the wine for you without paying the premium of the famous place name! Located about a 15 minute drive from Soave are the volcanic hills of Gambellara. Davide Vignato was the first winemaker to be certified organic and practicing biodynamic in this DOC.  Made from 100% Garganega, the same grape as Soave, "El Gian" is named after the winemaker’s father who planted the vines 25 years ago in these rolling hills using the traditional pergola system. The wine is made in stainless steel tanks and rests on the lees for five months before being bottled. Straw yellow in color, it has both fruity and floral aromas, good minerality and acidity, and is savory with a hint of spice and citrus. Perfect with a meaty white fish, chicken or even a quiche at brunch!

  • white
  • 25 in stock
  • $16.99

  • Organic
  • Biodynamic

Misc. Italy

Adalia 2016 Valpolicella Amarone Classico Ruvaln

The 2016 Ruvaln Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG from Adalia comes from vines 400 meters above sea level, planted to calcareous soils. The vines are planted in in the double pergola trentina trellising system, which gives the leaves the best exposure to the sun's rays, while keeping the grapes cool under a shady canopy. The Ruvaln is made up of 40% Corvina, 40% Corvina Grossa, and 20% Rondinella. The grapes are selected by hand in the first part of October and let to naturally dry for 3 months. At the beginning of February, the grapes are destemmed and gently pressed. Spontaneous fermentation begins in stainless steel, followed by malo. In the cellar, the wine ages in barrel for 24 months before release.

  • red
  • 3 in stock
  • $49.99

Adalia 2018 Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore "Balt"

The Adalia 2018 Valpolicella Ripasso DOC Superiore Balt comes from a blend of the regions traditional red grapes. Composed of 35% Corvina, 35% Corvina Grossa, 20% Rondinella and 10% Molinara from vineyards planted to calcareous soils at 300 meters above sea level. Like all of the Adalia wines, the vines are set up in the double pergola trentina system, allowing the leaves to obtain as much sunlight as possible, while shielding the fruit below the canopy. The grapes are picked by hand in the second half of October, before being destemmed and gently pressed. Fermentation begins with native yeasts in stainless steel. Maceration on the skins lasts for approximately one week. At the end of February, the wine is then "passed over" the skins of the dried Amarone grapes for 7-10 days. Aging is done in oak barrels for 18 months, where secondary fermentation finishes before bottling. On the nose, the wine has plummy dark fruit, with cherries and herbs. There is a hint of raisin. On the palate, the wine is medium bodied, with cherry and earth on the palate. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 9 in stock
  • $21.99

  • red
  • 17 in stock
  • $34.99

  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $19.99

Casaretti 2020 Bardolino Classico Olte Longhe

80% Corvina and 20% Rondinella planted to Morainic soils on the eastern shores of Lake Garda in the Veneto. 10 maceration before natural fermentation. Aged for a year in 20 hl barrels of used oak. Six months of bottle aging before release. In the glass, the wine is a black cherry in color. On the nose, the wine is savory, with hints of spice and flowers, like a lovely potpourri. On the tongue, there is great fruit, with zippy cassis and red citrus, balanced by fresh black pepper. Structure here is rich, with fine-grained and plush tannic form and exceptional acidity. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 6 in stock
  • $19.99

  • Organic

Casaretti 2021 Bardolino Classico Rosa dei Casaretti

This lovely rosato is 70% Corvina, 20% Rondinella, and 10% Molinara, from organically tended vines on the shore of Lake Garda in the Veneto. Soils are rocky with clay. 12-36 hour maceration before natural fermentation. Aged in stainless steel. In the glass, the color is a cool pink. The nose is ripe with cherry fruit and accented with fresh herbal notes. On the palate, there is a zing of raspberry and a clean mineral drive. The palate has high acidity and a great textural swish. David Hatzopoulos

  • rosé
  • 4 in stock
  • $17.99

  • Organic

Col di Luna 2020 Veneto IGT Raboso Vino Frizzante

Col di Luna produces sparkling wines at the foot of the Dolomites, with a family tradition and preference for the Brut style. Flora rosato comes from the local grape variety called Raboso, a trifecta of spice, brambly fruit, and a rather energetic
acidity! The wine is fermented with a slight maceration on the skins for 12 hours, and then continues to ferment in the tank. Once the wine settles, the producer transfers the juice to the bottle, where it finishes fermentation and creates the magic fizz. This is the traditional col fondo style, and you’ll notice a bit of ‘fondo’, or sediment, in the bottle.

  • rosé sparkling
  • 46 in stock
  • no discount
  • $14.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Cornelissen, Frank 2018 Terre Siciliane (Etna) Calderara Sotana

CD = Contrada Calderara Sottana – 40 year-old vines, 610 meters above sea level; 1200 bottles produced. CD sees a little longer on the skins than the other crus. Cornelissen writes “The wines are generally more feminine combining elegance and in the best cases the wines are profound.”

A lovely pomegranate color in the glass. The nose is earthy, with aromas of freshly tilled garden soil and dry ash wafting above a foundation of red cherry. Flavor-wise, plump blueberries, red apple, and cherry form the base of this wine, with black pepper and green stems adding nuance to the fruit. The finish is terrific, showing mint and spice. High acidity is softened by simple but very well-placed tannin. A very engaging and flavorful red, definitely the ripest of this vintage's single vineyards that we've had the chance to taste. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 3 in stock
  • $89.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Cornelissen, Frank 2018 Terre Siciliane (Etna) Campo Re

CR = Contrada Campo Re – 70 year-old vines, 730 meters above sea level; 2000 bottles produced.

  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $89.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Cornelissen, Frank 2018 Terre Siciliane (Etna) Chiusa Spagnola

CS = Chiusa Spagnola – 90 year old vines, 620 meters above sea level. Frank says Chiusa Spagnola produces wines that are "perfumed and tannic; lighter in color and more backward and Nebbiolo-ish compared to the other crus". 2500 bottles produced.

  • red
  • 4 in stock
  • $89.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Cornelissen, Frank 2018 Terre Siciliane (Etna) Feudo di Mezzo Porcaria

PA = Feudo di Mezzo – Porcaria. 60 year-old vines, 640 meters above sea level - from the higher part of Feudo di Mezzo. Frank writes "A challenging location in order to achieve perfection in maturation. It has the power as well as refined elegance... A complete wine."  2000 bottles produced.

  • red
  • 6 in stock
  • $89.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Cornelissen, Frank 2018 Terre Siciliane (Etna) Feudo di Mezzo

FM = Feudo di Mezzo. 40 year-old vines, 580 meters above sea level.  A 'feudo' is a farm; the Feudo di Mezzo is a large farm (now with many different owners), and this is from the lower ("Sottana") part of the farm. Frank writes: "Although lower in the valley floor, the wines are of an unusual elegance which characterizes this area. Relatively deep soil which, in humid vintages can create some problems although the well ventilated site helps to get ripeness. Burgundian elegance and roundness, even in hot vintages makes this a special wine with finesse as it’s personality."  2500 bottles produced.

  • red
  • 5 in stock
  • $89.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Cornelissen, Frank 2018 Terre Siciliane (Etna) Monte Colla

MC = Monte Colla – 70 year old vines, 750-780 meters above sea level. Cornelissen writes: "An extremely steep and terraced vineyard, beautifully exposed to sun and wind and right in front of Mount Etna. The sandy clay soil and the old-vine Nerello Mascalese, planted in 1946, produces a rich and powerful wine, maintaining elegance. Our “Hermitage” of Etna." 2000 bottles produced.

  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $89.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur

Cornelissen, Frank 2018 Terre Siciliane (Etna) Puntalazzo

PU = Contrada Puntalazzo – 20 year-old vines, 610 meters above sea level. This is Frank’s only vineyard on the east side of Etna, facing the sea (the same area where Benanti, Biondi, Monte Rosso, and other great wines are made). Our tasting – the first time we’ve tried this wine – confirmed Frank’s opinion: “The wines have an atmosphere which resembles the surroundings, fragrant, elegant, nearly fragile and of a rare beauty.”

In the glass, this wine has a clear cherry color. It is a crisper hue than the standard Munjebel. On the nose, it is the most floral of Cornelissen's single vineyard '18s that we've tasted so far. Along with red flowers, aromas of small forest berries are accented with light smoke, fresh basil and a hint of balsamic. On the tongue, there is a clean mineral drive and a dual fruit profile of both red cherry and dark citrus - before a springy, grassy finish. The structure here is zippy, with a healthy edge and just a dash of tannin. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 3 in stock
  • $89.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur
  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $474.99

  • red
  • 3 in stock
  • $259.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur
  • red
  • 33 in stock
  • $15.99

  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $44.99

  • red
  • 47 in stock
  • $27.99

  • red
  • 30 in stock
  • $31.99

  • red
  • 2 in stock
  • $28.99

  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $499.99

Il Fortunato 2017 Rosato Vino Spumante Extra Dry (Organic, low SO2)

Il Fortunato aced it with their Rosato Spumante; another lively sparkler produced from organic vineyards with only a minimal addition of sulfur. The nose is playful with a mix of bright berry fruits and fresh red cherries cut by tart apple skins. On the palate, a delicate mousse lifts the wine showing some weight, great acidity, and just touch of ripeness. Absolutely lovely! Pair with charcuterie, simple pasta, or simply drink on its own. Perfect for your Big Event this spring or summer..!

  • rosé sparkling
  • 64 in stock
  • $10.99

  • Organic
  • Low Sulfur
  • red
  • 7 in stock
  • $31.99

La Visciola 2017 Cesanese del Piglio DOCG Vicinale

Cesanese is perhaps the most “important” indigenous red grape of Lazio, capable of making fresh red wines with intense perfume and delicate structure. The reds from La Visciola are all varietal Cesanese from different plots showing distinct features of this underappreciated grape. The nose carries hallmark flavors of tart and brambly red fruit with herbal tones of bay spice and pepper plant.  The palate is quite light with whispery tannins, and tart, fresh acidity carrying plenty of red raspberry and cherry fruit with a slight menthol tone leading into a dry finish.  As with all Cesanese wines, we can't imagine enjoying this without food: give it a shot with margherita pizza, red sauce pastas, charcuterie, semi-firm cheese, or of course with pasta carbonara for a truly classic pairing. 

  • red
  • 10 in stock
  • $26.99

La Visciola 2017 Cesanese del Piglio DOCG Vignali

The 2017 Vignali from La Visciola has a deep red core, with earthy red edges. Freshly picked cherries and strawberries, red plum, dark flowers, loamy earth, and a hint of smoke and aromatic herbs combine on the wine's pronounced nose. The palate has a distinct flavor of roasted coffee, along with a depth of cherry and plum. A beautiful wine that doesn't lack strength, high in acidity with medium tannin. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 19 in stock
  • $29.99

Lodi Corazza 2020 Colli Bolognesi Barbera Frizzante

This effervescent Barbera is one of a kind! Just a little fizzy, the wine is perfect for denser holiday meals - like root vegetables and roasted white and red meats. In the glass, it has a dark ruby color. The nose is fresh, though full of dark fruits (cherry, blackberry, and small plum). There are aromas of birch, smoke, and savory orange peel. The palate has blueberries and raspberry, mixed with slightly bitter green herbs - before finishing with a light essence of strawberry. High acid on the tongue, and just a little sparkle, make this wine incredibly drinkable. You’ll want this in stock all winter long!

  • red sparkling
  • 16 in stock
  • $22.99

Marra, Francesco 2017 Rosso Salento Negroamaro

2017 was a much riper vintage than 2016, and this wine shows it. Francesco added a tiny bit of sulfur just at bottling. The nose opens with notes of plum, a hint of prune, dark forest fruit, stewed raspberry and blackberry, dried cherry, grape jam (a high quality one), baking spice, nutmeg, and a hint of forest undergrowth. The palate is juicy, still with a lot of energy and acidity to retain balance. Though lacking some of the subtlety and fascination of the 2016 vintage at the moment, it may be best to hold for a year or two, as I feel this will be a wonderful wine with some time to settle. That being said, there is no harm in opening it now, and indeed at a recent tasting some folks preferred the more forward aspects of the 2017. Oskar Kostecki

  • red
  • 16 in stock
  • $24.99

Masseria del Pino 2017 Etna Rosso I Nove Fratelli

2017 was not an easy vintage for producers on Etna. Extreme heat and no rain posed a huge threat to production. With yields down, many consumers were worried about the quality of the vintage. Masseria del Pino's I Nove Fratelli 2017 is one of the most expressive bottles of Etna Rosso that I've ever tasted. Complete with a mix of fresh and candied red fruits, green herbs and fresh volcanic soil, this is a dynamic bottle in aroma and taste. It doesn't lack structure either, though it is leaner and fresher than the 2016 vintage. It goes to show you how wonderful farming and great winemaking can turn a scary vintage into a real success. Bravo to Federica and Cesare for delivering such a fantastic bottle of wine, despite the hardship. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 7 in stock
  • $44.99

  • Organic

Monterosso 2017 Etna Rosso Sisma

The Sisma by Monterosso is structured, with bright acidity. The 2017 vintage was hot compared to the 2016. Earthy aromas of smoke, iron, and crushed black stones mix with dark cherry and cassis on the nose. On the palate, the flavors are framed by ripe, firm tannins, with bursts of earthy red plum and blackberry/raspberry fruit. This is an assertive Nerello Mascalese, especially in contrast with the gentler character of the 2016. A few years in the cellar should allow the flavors and structure to integrate. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 17 in stock
  • $39.99

  • red
  • 5 in stock
  • $29.99

Montoni 2018 IGT Sicilia Nero d'Avola Lagnusa

What an awesome vintage for one of our staples here at Chambers Street. The wine is always delicious, but the 2018 might be the best I've had so far. The Lagnusa Nero d’Avola vines range in age from 20-50 years old, and they give the wine remarkable depth and complexity. My notes for the wine's bouquet reads: "smokey, dark roses, tar, and savory cherry." It is almost startling how complex the nose is upon first whiff. The palate has classic red berries, with a little spice and fresh herbs. The structure is bright, with only a hint of pleasant tannin and some lovely acidity. David Hatzopoulos

  • red
  • 20 in stock
  • $24.99

  • Organic
  • 4 in stock
  • $11.99

  • red
  • 14 in stock
  • $11.99

  • red
  • 23 in stock
  • $22.99

Pranzegg 2014 Mitterberg Lagrein Laurenc

From 15 year old vines planted in both guyot and pergola training systems, Pranzegg's Lagrien is fermented with submerged cap for 4 weeks, and is a deeper expression of "mountain wine."Notes of dark fruit (blackberry, plum, and cassis) mingle with mineral notes wet stone and graphite. Framed by quite bright acidity, this is a great food wine, and will pair well with anything from a steak or roast pork, to a burger or barbacue. Oskar Kostecki

  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $36.99

  • Biodynamic
  • red
  • 7 in stock
  • $32.99

Pranzegg 2016 Mitterberg Schiava / Vernatsch Campill

Sourced from 50 year-old vines trained in pergola and farmed biodynamically, this is a more profound expression of the grape Schiava than one usually finds. The wine is fermented with 30% stem inclusion and macerates for 6 weeks in large conical vats followed by elevage in old oak and cement tank for 10 months.

  • red
  • 5 in stock
  • $28.99

  • Biodynamic
  • red
  • 18 in stock
  • $27.99

  • red
  • 21 in stock
  • $25.99

Savino - I Fenicotteri 2015 Sicilia Nero d'Avola Nero Sichili

Vittorio Savino, owner of Fenicotteri, joined Foti’s small association of producers called i Vigneri (some of whose wines from Mt. Etna we always have on our shelves). I Vigneri offers unparalleled expertise in every aspect of viticulture and production (including the services of Ciccio, the group’s mule). Foti’s work at Gulfi, and his knowledge derived from the vines in Pachino must have been very valuable when trying to restore a vineyard that’s virtually on the shore of the lagoon. The farming is impeccable (only copper and sulfur and sheep manure are used on the bush-trained vines) but it’s the location that brings an incredibly compelling mineral and saline lift to the wine. Called Fenicotteri (flamingo, in Italian) after the migratory flamingoes who visit the lagoon next to the vineyard. JW Firmly medium-bodied, the 2015 shows beautiful notes of black cherry, blackberries, black currant, raspberry jam, a hint of leather, cut hay, cocoa, coffee grinds, with hints of black pepper and a black olive brininess. Well integrated and soft, but quite present tannins and medium acidity. Wonderful complexity which just keeps unfolding the longer the wine is open. There is a certain plushness, without anything extravagant. This wine is very compelling all the way through the bottle. Oskar Kostecki

  • red
  • 28 in stock
  • $29.99

  • red
  • 1 in stock
  • $39.99

Tecce, Luigi 2013 Taurasi Riserva Puro Sangue

In the words of our friend Ernest from PortoVino: "It’s the mediaeval elixir that the monks saved in the monasteries when Rome was burning." 2013 was the first vintage that Luigi Tecce has released of this wine, a small parcel of ancient Aglianico clones planted in 2000 using the cordone speronato trellising system. The yields here are about half of Tecce's other vineyards, and the wine carries a depth and density that justifies its name. There is beautiful intensity on both the nose and palate, with heady aromas of macerated black cherry, blueberry, and fig, with a smoky mineral/volcanic underbelly and a touch of balsamic. The 2013 is starting to show some slight notes of development, but its still clearly a baby, and will be rewarded with decades in the cellar. Oskar Kostecki

  • red
  • 4 in stock
  • $87.99