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Venice - Asolo Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G.

Venice

Asolo Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G.

Produced by: AZ. AGR. Venetian Hills

Grape Varietals: Glera

Pairing Suggestions: Superb Apertif, Great with Mexican Foods

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 11%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Clos Beylesse

2022 Rosé Wine. Cotes de Provence

Produced by: Franc Petit Viticulteur

Grape Varietals: Cinsault – Granache, Syrah-Rolle

Pairing Suggestions:Charcuterie, Seafood,
Rosé All Day!

Serving Tempuratures: 50°F

Alcohol: 12.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Clos Beylesse

2022 Rosé Wine. Cotes de Provence

Produced by: Franc Petit Viticulteur

Grape Varietals: Cinsault – Granache, Syrah-Rolle

Pairing Suggestions:Charcuterie, Seafood,
Rosé All Day!

Serving Tempuratures: 50°F

Alcohol: 12.5%

Bottle Size: 1.5L

Poderi Collina Langhe

2022 Sauvignon Blanc D.O.C.

 Produced by: Poderi Collina Lange 

Grape Varietals: Sauvignon Blanc

Pairing Suggestions: 

Serving Temperatures: 

Alcohol: 13.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Poderi Collina Langhe Pianezzo

2020 Dogliani Superiore D.O.C.G. 

Produced by: Poderi Collina Langhe 

Grape Varietals: Dolcetto

Pairing Suggestions: 

Serving Temperatures: 

Alcohol: 14.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Poderi Collina Langhe

2019 Nebbiolo D.O.C.

Produced by: Poderi Collina Langhe

Grape Varietals: Nebbiolo

Pairing Suggestions: 

Serving Temperatures: 

Alcohol: 14.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Paolo Mazone Barolo

2019 Serralunga D’Alba D.O.C.G.

Produced by: Paolo Manzone

Grape Varietals: Nebbiolo

Pairing Suggestions: 

Serving Temperatures: 

Alcohol: 14%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Vio 2021 Vintage Vino Rossese D.O.C.

VIO

2021 Vintage Vino Rossese D.O.C.

Produced by: Vio Giobatta

Grape Varietals: Rossesse

Pairing Suggestions: Pasta, Seafood, Grilled Meats

Serving Tempuratures: 68°F

Alcohol: 13%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Vio-White

VIO

2021 Rosè Wine I.G.T. Colline Savonesi

Produced by: Vio Giobatta

Grape Varietals: Rossesse

Pairing Suggestions: Rosè All Day!

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 13%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

VIO 2021 Vino Pigato D.O.C.

VIO

2021 Vino Pigato D.O.C.

Produced by: Vio Giobatta

Grape Varietals: Pigato

Pairing Suggestions: White Meats, Shellfish, Asian Cuisine

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 13%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

ANTEA 2021 Cirò Vino Bianco D.O.P.

ANTEA

2021 Cirò Vino Bianco D.O.P

Produced by: Barone Capoano Estate

Grape Varietals: 80% Greco Bianco, 20% Mantonico

Pairing Suggestions:  Main Courses, Fish, Shellfish

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 13%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

NERUDA 2019 Cirò Rosso Classico Superiore D.O.P.

NERUDA

2019 Cirò Rosso Classico Superiore D.O.P.

Produced by:  Barone Capoano Estate

Grape Varietals: 90% Gaglioppo, 10% Merlot

Pairing Suggestions: Roast Meats, Wild Game, Aged Cheeses

Serving Tempuratures: 62°F

Alcohol: 14%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

VILLA MONTEPALDI 2019 Tagliafune Chianti Classico Annata D.O.C.G.

VILLA MONTEPALDI

2019 Tagliafune Chianti Classico Annata D.O.C.G.

Produced by: Azienda Agricola di Montepaldi

Grape Varietals: Sangiovese

Pairing Suggestions: Pasta Dishes, Light Foods, Cheeseburgers…

Serving Tempuratures: 68°F

Alcohol: 14.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

VILLA MONTEPALDI 2016 Tagliafune Chianti Classico Riserva

VILLA MONTEPALDI

2016 Tagliafune Chianti Classico Riserva

Produced by: Azienda Agricola di Montepaldi

Grape Varietals: Sangiovese

Pairing Suggestions: All Sort of Mediterranean Foods

Serving Tempuratures: 70°F

Alcohol: 14.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

VILLAMONTEPALDI 2016 Villa Montepaldi Chianti Classico Gran Selezione

VILLA MONTEPALDI​

2016 Villa Montepaldi Chianti Classico Gran Selezione

Produced by: Azienda Agricola di Montepaldi

Grape Varietals: Sangiovese

Pairing Suggestions: Robust Foods, Hearty Dishes

Serving Tempuratures: 70°F

Alcohol: 15%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

MONTEMORLI 2017 Chianti Riserva D.O.C.G.

MONTEMORLI

2017 Chianti Riserva D.O.C.G.

Produced by: Societa’ Agricola Montemoril s.s. di Conforti Carlo e Vittorio

Grape Varietals: Sangiovese

Pairing Suggestions: Roast Meats, Chicken, Pork, Veal

Serving Tempuratures: 70°F

Alcohol: 14%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

MONTEMORLI 2019 Chianti D.O.C.G.

MONTEMORLI

2019 Chianti D.O.C.G.

Produced by: Societa’ Agricola Montemoril s.s. di Conforti Carlo e Vittorio

Grape Varietals: Sangiovese

Pairing Suggestions: Burgers, pizzas, Tacosw

Serving Tempuratures: 68°F

Alcohol: 13%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

MONTEMORLI 2021 Rosé Wine. Toscana I.G.T.

MONTEMORLI

2015 Montepulciano D’Abruzzo Colline Teramane D.O.C.G.

Produced by:Societa’ Agricola Montemoril s.s. di Conforti Carlo e Vittorio

Grape Varietals: Sangiovese

Pairing Suggestions: Rosé All Day!

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 12.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

SHHH

SHHH

Asolo Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G.

Produced by: Az. Agr. Venetian Hills

Grape Varietals: Glera

Pairing Suggestions: Perfect Aperitif, Asian, Mexican Dishes

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 11%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Capish Monte

CAPISH

2015 Montepulciano D’Abruzzo Colline Teramane D.O.C.G.

Produced by: Cerulli Irelli Spinozzi

Grape Varietals: Tintore – Piedirosso, Aglianico

Pairing Suggestions: Roast Meats, Pastas

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 12.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

AMALFI COAST 2019 Tramonti Rosso D.O.C.

AMALFI COAST

2019 Tramonti Rosso D.O.C.

Produced by: Cantine Giuseppe Apicella

Grape Varietals: Tintore – Piedirosso, Aglianico

Pairing Suggestions:  Pasta, Pizzas, Roast Meats

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 12.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

AMALFI COAST 2021 Tramonti Bianco D.O.C.

AMALFI COAST

2021 Tramonti Bianco D.O.C.

Produced by: Cantine Giuseppe Apicella

Grape Varietals: Papella, Biancolella, Fiano

Pairing Suggestions: Seafood, White Meats

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 13%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Battista

BATTISTA

2015 Montepulciano D’Abruzzo Colline Teramane D.O.C.G.

Produced by: Cerulli Irelli Spinozzi

Grape Varietals: Montepulciano D’ Abruzzzo

Pairing Suggestions: Cured Meats, Dry Cheeses, Spicy Foods

Serving Tempuratures: 68°F

Alcohol: 14.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

CALABRIA 2021 Cirò Vino Bianco D.O.P.

CALABRIA

2021 Cirò Vino Bianco D.O.P.

Produced by: Barone Capoano Estate

Grape Varietals: Greco Bianco, Mantonico

Pairing Suggestions: All Sorts of Mediterranean Seafood & White Meats

Serving Tempuratures: 48°F

Alcohol: 12.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

2019-CALABRIA-Ciro

CALABRIA

2019 Cirò Rosso Classico Superiore D.O.P.

Produced by: Barone Capoano Estate

Grape Varietals: : Gaglioppo

Pairing Suggestions: Roasted Meats, Red Sauces, Mediterranean Cuisine

Serving Tempuratures: 68°F

Alcohol: 14%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

CAPISH 2019 Tramonti Rosso D.O.C. Costa D'Amalfi

CAPISH

2019 Tramonti Rosso D.O.C. Costa D’Amalfi

Produced by: Cantine Giuseppe Apicella

Grape Varietals: Montepulciano D’ Abruzzo

Pairing Suggestions: Cured Meats, Dry Cheeses, Spicy Foods

Serving Tempuratures: 68°F

Alcohol: 14.5%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

CAPISH 2019 Cirò Rosso Classico Superiore D.O.P.

CAPISH

2019 Cirò Rosso Classico Superiore D.O.P.

Produced by:  Barone Capoano Estate

Grape Varietals: Gaglioppo

Pairing Suggestions:  Roast Meats, Red Sauces, Mediterranean Cuisine

Serving Tempuratures: 68°F

Alcohol: 14%

Bottle Size: 750 ml

The History Of

Massimo Battista

Massimiliano Battista was born in Italy and came to Providence Rhode Island in 1999. His American friends just call him Massimo.

After three years of working in the hospitality industry, Massimo opened his own restaurant where he learned the many aspects of running a business in the U.S.A.

After many long cold winters, Massimo decided he wanted warmer weather, therefore in 2009, he moved to Florida.

The hospitality industry has always been Massimo’s real passion. Massimo recently fulfilled his American dream and became the co-founder of RCWC, where he is able to bring authentic wines from his European roots to America.

From a young age, Massimo alongside his grandfather learned the reason why a good wine brings people together.

This knowledge and passion are what Massimo brings to you with R.C.W.C. wines.

Massimo & Grandfather In Italy

Massimo & his Grandfather in Italy

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is DOC wine classification?

DOC is an acronym for Denominazione di Origine Controllata, which means Controlled Designation of Origin in English. “It consists of a legally defined zone (defined by law) where grapes can be grown and producers must follow rigid production standards to produce their wines.” The ultimate goal of these production standards is to protect consumers from being sold lower quality wine by requiring wineries to follow strict guidelines about what they product and how they care for the grape vines themselves. These safeguards provide assurance that the wine purchased meets not only taste but also integrity requirements, meaning consumers can have peace of mind knowing they’re getting an authenticated Italian wine.

What is DOCG wine classification?

DOCG wines are “Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita” and guarantee that the wine is produced in an area designated by law, that it has been bottled within the region of production and aged for at least two years, without being aged beyond ten years, before release.

DOCG wine classification is “The highest level in the Italian quality scales for wine. These wines are designated at the point of origin and controlled throughout production.”

DOCG wines are created by a careful selection of grapes and strict following of regional procedures. They must be aged at least two years before release (one year in oak barrels). For this reason, DOCG bottling is limited to those areas with high-quality grapes that can age well.

Red wine vs white wine, which is better?

Red wine, if consumed moderately and slowly, can act as healthier antioxidant to prevent against cardiovascular diseases. Red wine is full of antioxidants that keep the immune system working at a healthy level. Antioxidants are very important to help protect your body against diseases like diabetes, osteoporosis, cancer, and even Alzheimer’s Disease. Drinking red wine in moderation (1-2 glasses per day) can also reduce blood pressure levels and triglyceride levels. There are many benefits to drinking red wine!

White wine might not be the best choice because it’s typically higher in calories from sugars like lactose. The sugar content is usually between 10% and 12%. Concentrated sweeteners add another 3% to the table. So a 1/2 glass contains about 5 grams – only slightly below the daily recommended maximum for refined sugars which is about 6 teaspoons or 25 grams.

Which is healthier sweet or dry red wine?

Red wine contains a number of compounds such as flavonoids, resveratrol and Proanthocyanidins which present unknown benefits. Some studies have suggested that polyphenols found in red wine are responsible for the adaptive response to physical activity resulting in an increase in cardiovascular fitness. Consumption of one glass per day is also linked with a reduced risk of heart disease and dementia; two-three glasses per day shows no negative effects either. In addition, some research suggests that it might even help with weight loss.

Sweet wine can come in different styles including those that are light and creamy, like a port or an Italian Dolce. The alcohol content is typically between 10% – 15%. Dry red wine, on the other hand, contains 12% to 20% alcohol per volume and is all about acidity. With lower levels of sugar, dry red wine often has higher levels of tannins and potassium (salt). The less sugar you consume, often is considered better for your health.

What does it mean if a wine is dry?

Dry wines are wines with less than fourteen grams of residual sugar per liter. A dry wine is any wine with less than 14% potential alcohol by volume and with not more than 14 grams in total residual sugar per liter. Any grape variety can be produced as a dry or off-dry wine – it’s the winemaker’s personal decision how sweet they want to make their final product.

There are two elements of sweetness in wine, one that comes from adding sugar before bottling – sweet wines. And the other, which is naturally present in grapes – dry wines or botrytized wines with more complex flavors and aromas as a result. Dry wines typically range between 1 g/L (0%) and 0-10g/L (0-1%). Sweet wines are usually 10g/L or higher for the finished product before bottling, while most still range between 20 g/L to 24g/.04%.

Why do you aerate wine?

Pumping air into wine (through an aerator) oxidizes it, which in turn creates new flavor compounds. In addition, as the wine is exposed to oxygen for a longer period of time, less sorbitol is formed; this higher oxidation ratio helps prevent the formation of sulfites that can cause astringency and harsh flavors. Finally then, because there’s more space between all the molecules through oxidation and they are not bound together so tightly anymore (i.e., due to lower pH), wines aerated at home will usually taste smoother and more mellow than wines that are not!

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