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Le Coste
SOS Lago Bianco 2019

A thick-skinned, rustic varietal of moscato makes for plump, juicy, and fruit-forward wine, despite being directly pressed. A bright acidity gives lift to the intensity of fruit character and make way to a good dose of funk through the finish.


Profits from this bottle go to an association of citizens and farmers of Lazio, fighting against the construction of a geothermic plant in Lake Bolsena. The plant is in dispute as not only will it be a major contributor to air pollution, but it may also disrupt the integrity of the land around it, leaving the region vulnerable to earthquakes.

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A thick-skinned, rustic varietal of moscato makes for plump, juicy, and fruit-forward wine, despite being directly pressed. A bright acidity gives lift to the intensity of fruit character and make way to a good dose of funk through the finish.


Profits from this bottle go to an association of citizens and farmers of Lazio, fighting against the construction of a geothermic plant in Lake Bolsena. The plant is in dispute as not only will it be a major contributor to air pollution, but it may also disrupt the integrity of the land around it, leaving the region vulnerable to earthquakes.

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Le Coste
Lazio, Italy

Whether you know them, love them, or hate them, the name Le Coste certainly evokes a reaction from all. Gianmarco Antonuzzi and Clementine Bouveron have carved out a name for themselves in Giamarco’s childhood town of Gradoli in Lazio, their property now covering 8 or so hectares plus a few rented around Lake Bolsena. Here they make a wonderfully ambitious number of cuvees, each which sings of...

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