This is where it got hard to choose just a few wines that I wanted to review because I loved all the La Cappuccina wines. I chose these few because we either carry them or they made an impression on me.
La Cappuccina Soave 2008:
Absolutely love this wine. Fresh, crisp, not overly fruity, but still a nice amount of fruit to be refreshing. Extremely versatile, and complex enough to have with fish or white meat, but light enough to drink on its own as an aperitif. There is a hint of bitter almonds on the back end, and the wine is perfectly balanced.
La Cappuccina San Brizio 2007
This wine has a rich perfume of wild flowers and freshness then the other whites. Because the wine is aged in oak, it has a creaminess that makes the wine very complex. The creaminess makes for a round mouth feel, but at the same time the wine keeps the mouth refreshed.
La Cappuccina La Madego Rosso 2008
We carry this wine in our store, and I never really paid much attention to it until NOW. Perfect inexpensive red to go with roasted or grilled meats, and mature cheeses. This wine has hints of black and red fruits and even a little baking spice. It is medium to full bodied, but still soft. Wonderful easy drinking wine, that can hold up to heavier dishes. A GREAT value wine.