The wine tasted

Discover the wines tasted by Luca Gardini

Roda I Reserva 2010

An almost absolute majority of Tempranillo. Fermented in wood, aged in French oak, both new and of second passage. Intense nose, especially on notes of

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Barbaresco Montersino 2015

Decided aromas but always well-articulated of red, fresh fruit, touches of citrus rind, and some wild tonalities of fresh, aromatic herbs. In the mouth, the

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Vitovska 2016

Finesse and detail from the aromas. The range is ample enough, from citrus to dry notes of hay and more gluttonous sensations of nuts. In

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Pinot Nero Altura 2013

The vineyard produces excellent wines both dry and sweet using the Vespaiola grape. Even with reds, they seem to succeed rather well, especially with a

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Viña Arana 2009

Blend with evident prevalence of Tempranillo. On the nose, a lot of character with red fruit, both fresh and ripe, followed by a spiced characteristic,

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Barolo Docg Pajana 2012

From Monforte d’Alba. On the nose, jammy red fruit, while its fresh counterpart is characterized more by a darker variation. A sensation of sweet licorice

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Els Pics 2014

Prevalence of Grenache. Remains in oak, for a year. The nose moves on the dual axis of dark fresh fruit – ranging from the harshness

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Margaux Grand Cru Classé 2013

Deuxième Cru from a complicated vintage. The mouth takes off on suggestions of violet, whether fresh or lightly candied, accompanied by red fruit, such as sour cherry

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Listrac-Médoc 2013

A Merlot base of 60%. Delicate aromas of berries, altogether complex, as well as sweet and piquant spices. In the mouth, the range of sensations is restricted

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Moulis-en-Médoc 2013

From the small appellation of the Médoc, Cabernet Sauvignon at the base, aged for 18 months in wood, of which 40% is new. Delicateness of the

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