Visentin Wine and Spirits is proud to present a distinct selection of exceptional wines. We take great pleasure in the relationships we have built with our wine makers, distributors, and our customers. These relationships are built and developed through a mutual love and compassion for wines that encompass old traditional values, principles, and standards.

As we continue our work to increase our distribution throughout the United States, we are also seeking to increase our product offering so that we can provide our customers with even more choices when doing business with us. Doing this in an effective and efficient manner requires that we must always remain focused on what we are most proud of and what has defined our success to date - the fact that our portfolio is comprised of a hand-picked selection of wines which we believe represent tremendous value to our customers and which we are very proud to represent. These products are the result of a desire by our producers to provide our customers with the highest value, finest quality products in the market today.

 

We are currently seeking distributors in areas other than Indiana and Las Vegas. All wines are imported and stocked at our facility in Indiana and available for shipment directly from our facility to allow for short lead-times and lower inventory carrying costs for our distributors.

Visentin Wine & Spirits began by introducing one single new brand to the North American market - San Giulio - which initially was comprised of 18 different varietals. Today, the wines of San Giulio are chosen and recommended in more than 1,000 of the finest restaurants throughout Italy and are exported from Italy to more than 15 countries around the world.

   
   

A rich golden color; a heady fragrance and decisive taste are the hallmarks of Prosecco; the best-selling sparkling wine in Italy.

Description : Prosecco; enjoyed the world over, credits its success to the inviting sweetness of its fragrance - rich in citrus fruits and fresh vegetables. Often this bouquet is combined with pleasant undertone of fresh bread.

Alcohol Content : 11.5 % by volume
Total Acidity : 6.10 grams per liter
Sugar Content : 15 grams per liter

 
   

The Malvasia di Castelnuovo Don Bosco is a dessert wine that should be sipped at the end of a meal.

Description: With its cherry-red color, fragrant scent of the grape, sweet, and slightly aromatic flavor, Malvasia adds a gentle and refreshing finish to any great meal.

Color: Light cherry red.
Aroma: Fragrant as its grape of origin.
Taste: Sweet and slightly aromatic, characteristic.

 
   

The fragrance has an intensely fruity bouquet which is offset by musky notes. This leads to a refined sweetness supported by an excellent acidic balance on the palate, with a suggestion of silk in the texture. The finish is clean and crisp, with a persistent flavor of grape and citrus characteristic of the variety.

Description : Moscato Spumante is one of the most sublime and delicate of all dessert wines, which should be consumed at its freshest and most youthful. Its very low level of alcohol makes it particularly light and soft on the palate, and especially gentle for consumption after dinner, when wines of greater alcoholic content have typically been consumed beforehand.

Color : Light golden yellow, clear and brilliant.
Aroma : Very Fine, aromatic and fragrant.
Taste : Sweet and fruity.

 
   

Origin : Near the town of Asti in Northeast Italy

Grape : 100% Moscato

Description : A slightly sparkling sweet white wine made from Moscato grapes in the Northeastern part of Italy. This wine is very sweet, thus low in alcohol and has an amazingly fruity and refreshing taste. Perfect with dessert or to enjoy on its own !

 
   

Origin : Asti in Northeast Italy

Grape : 100% Moscato

Description : A full sparkling sweet white wine made from Moscato grapes in the Northeastern part of Italy. This wine is sweet, but slightly dryer than the Moscato d'Asti. It has a refreshing finish which makes it perfect to go with desserts or to enjoy on its own.

 
   

Light, very crisp, dry white. Its fine balance surrounds citric hints leaving a very subtle, light finish.
Origin : A mutation of Pinot Noir, which it resembles in the field, Pinot Grigio is the Italian white wine most recognized by American wine consumers. Friuli, where the finest examples are made in the Collio area.

Aging : One to drink young, young, young! Italians pick the fruit early as it has a tendency to drop acidity when it ripens fully.

Location : The fertile farmlands of Italy's Collio area are ideal for growing Pinot Grigio grapes, which produce a crisp and refreshing white wine.

Alcohol Content : 12.13% by volume
Total Acidity : 5.95 grams per liter
Volatile Acidity : 0.15 grams per liter
Sulfates : less than 1.00 grams per liter

 
   

Origin : The selection of Nebbiolo grapes come from the Langhe Hills in Barolo's vineyard district just a few miles southwest of the town of Alba. This prominent wine-growing area is located in the Piedmont Region of Italy.

Aging : The wine making process starts with careful hand-selected grape picking in the second half of October. Fermentation takes place in 50 hectoliter oak vats for a period of 15 to 20 days with frequent immersing of the skins. It is matured in oak casks of medium capacity for no less than 3 years.

Description : Barolo is garnet-red with orange reflections. Its aromas are pleasant and intense, reminiscent of withered roses and of violets. Often referred to as "the king of wines," Barolo brings flavors of ripe strawberries, mint, eucalyptus, licorice, camphor, tobacco, chocolate, roses, spices, vanilla, white truffles - and it only gets better with age.

 
   

Origin : The careful selection of Nebbiolo grapes come from the sunniest slopes in the Barbaresco area, which is located in the Piedmont Region of Italy. The town of Barbaresco is located just northeast of the Langhe Hills where the grapes are grown.

Description : Barbaresco has a garnet-red hue with orange reflections. Its aroma is pleasant and intense, recalling sweet violets. It is a dry, full-bodied wine that is austere, but velvety and well-balanced.

Aging : This wine starts with careful hand-selected grape picking about halfway through October. Fermentation takes place in 50 hectoliter oak vats with frequent immersing of the skins. It is matured in oak casks of medium capacity for about 2 years.

Location : A noble but difficult, late-ripening red variety that nowhere in the world grows as well and makes such superb wine as it does in the Langhe hills around the town of Alba.

 
   

Origin : The Nebbiolo grapes, used for the Langhe Nebbiolo wine, are grown in the Langhe Hills all throughout Roero. This is located in the Piedmont Region of Italy.

Description : A bright ruby-red with garnet tinges when aged. Delicate aroma recalling raspberries and violets. It is a dry, medium-bodied wine with flavors of tar, red fruits, and herbs.

Aging : Manual grape-picking with careful selection of the bunches, on average begins halfway through October. Temperature-controlled fermentation in steel tanks takes place for a period of 10-12 days with frequent immersing of the skins. It is matured for about one year in French oak casks of medium capacity and is then refined in the bottle for at least 6 months.

Location: The grapes of Nebbiolo grow in certain parts of the Langhe Hills in the entire Roero area. This region is known as one of the best regions for the Nebbiolo grape in the entire world.

 
   

Origin : The Dolcetto variety comes from the vineyards in the Langhe Hills near Alba. The prominent Langhe Hills are located in the Piedmont Region of Italy.

Description : A ruby-red color, tending to violet, Dolcetto d'Alba has vinous and pleasantly fruity aromas. A dry wine, slightly bitter, that is well-bodied and harmonious.

Aging : Manual grape-picking with careful selection of the bunches begins at the end of September, as this variety tends to mature early. It is fermented in steel tanks for 5 to 7 days with frequent immersing of the skins. It then is refined for a brief time in wood before it is bottled in the spring in order to maintain the organic fragrance.

 
   

Origin : The Barbera grapes come from Alba territory that encompasses the Langhe Hills in the Piedmont Region of Italy.

Description : Very dark ruby-red in color with refreshing aromas. In the mouth it is crisp, with berry-cherry and spicy flavors. A fine, full-bodied, and serious wine that goes great with food!

Aging : This wine goes through a temperature-controlled fermentation process that takes place in steel tanks for a period of 8 to 10 days with frequent immersing of the skins. It is matured in French oak casks of medium capacity for about one year followed by further refining in bottles for at least 6 months.

Location : In the hilly area around Alba in the province of Cuneo, the Barbera grapes garner the highest respect. Only the vineyards in the Langhe Hills with suitable slopes and orientations can produce the best and most respected Barbera d'Alba.

 
   

Origin : Langhe Chardonnay comes from the Langhe Hills in the Piedmont Region of Italy.

Description : Vibrant pale yellow, very alive. Pleasant aromas of pears, apples, and honey. In the mouth, this Chardonnay is dry, savory, fresh, full, and continuous.
Aging: Manual grape-picking begins halfway through September and is followed by light pressing of the whole grape and temperature-controlled fermentation of the must in steel tanks at 17°-18°C for 30-40 days. After a short period of refining it is bottled in the spring.

Aging : Manual grape-picking begins halfway through September and is followed by light pressing of the whole grape and temperature-controlled fermentation of the must in steel tanks at 17°-18°C for 30-40 days. After a short period of refining it is bottled in the spring.

 
   

Origin : The Arneis grapes are grown in the Hills of Castellinado in the Roero area just north of the city of Alba. This hilly area, with lighter soils, is located in the Piedmont Region of Italy.

Description : Straw-yellow in color with light green reflections. Beautiful aromas that are intense, fruity, and aromatic. A full white wine that is soft, fresh, with a pleasant back-taste of apple.

Aging : Manual grape-picking with careful selection of the bunches, begins, on average in the third week of September. Light pressing of the whole grape and temperature-controlled fermentation of the must in steel tanks takes place at 16°-17°C for 30-40 days. After a short period of refining it is bottled in the spring.

Location : This ancient variety grown in the Roero area, near Alba, in the Piedmont Region of Italy. Recently saved from extinction by a few notable Barolo (Nebbiolo) producers, Arneis is sometimes referred to as Barolo Bianco although never labeled as such.

 

Introducing the"V"Line from Visentin Wine & Spirits:
From one of Italy's most prestigious wine making families, we proudly bring you a complete line of wines hand-selected and bottled under the Visentin label:

   
  - Cabernet Sauvignon
- Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot Blend
- Prosecco Brut
- Sauvignon
- Chardonnay - Sauvignon Blend

   

Visentin Private Cellar Selections :

We are proud to offer distributors, a select group of some of the finest wines. The Private Selection Brands, highlights Vistentin's "BEST OF THE BEST" This assortment of Handpicked wines from around the world, allows distributors to buy wines that are a cut above.


 

   
 

Massimo Filotti, Visentin Wine & Spirits, Account Rep (Italy),

Sergio Barale, Barale Fratelli, (Owner)

Ed Daizovi, Visentin Wine & Spirits, (President)

 
Currently Seeking Distributors
 

For more information regarding our company and portfolio of fine wines,
please contact

Ed Daizovi - President & CEO
E-Mail : edaizovi@visentin-usa.com
Website: www.visentin-usa.com/wine
Tel: + 1 260-622-7947 ext: 301
Fax: +1 260-622-6548

Visentin Wine & Spirits
420 Industrial Parkway
Ossian, Indiana 46777