Michael Horne, Italian wine industry maverick, has kind words for our Salice Salentino TY @dalluva

There’s just no two ways about it: we think that Italian industry maverick Michael Horne (above) is über cool. And we were thrilled to discovery that he had reviewed Cantele’s Salice Salentino on his website earlier this week. We dig Michael’s schtick not just because we find that our palates align nearly seamlessly. We also […]

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Fave e Cicorie visits Cantele

On their about page, Pete and Sabino — authors of the wonderful blog Fave e Cicorie — invite their readers to follow along as they “eat cheese irresponsibly, get lost in the country, meet the amazing wine makers of Puglia, hunt truffles and goodness knows what else…” “This is definitely one trip where what happens […]

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Primitivo vs. Zinfandel? Everyone is a winner

“I sometimes hear customers say that they like a fruit driven wine,” writes Val, a wine consultant at Wine & More in Wareham MA. “But Zinfandel is too fruity and intense for their palate. If you feel this way too, the good news is that you don’t have to give up on the fruity lusciousness […]

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Meet me in St. Louis: A great review of Cantele Salice Salentino

Cantele Salice Salentino “is medium- to full-bodied, with a complex, enticing aroma,” writes veteran US wine writer Gail Appleson in St. Louis Today. The delicious flavor includes layers of dark cherry, spice and earth, with notes of vanilla from oak aging. This is a smooth, clean wine with an alcohol level of 13 percent. It […]

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Happy holidays!

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