If you're looking for something to make the mid-week a little out of the ordinary, why not take a trip to Italy with the Vino Rosso (translates to Red Wine) from Paolo Scavino. The Vino Rosso is a blend which represents the indigenous varietals (Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo) from the Barolo area of Italy's Piedmont region. The grapes from the younger vines of the Estate combined together offer a fresh, aromatic, charming wine with a Piedmontese character . Brilliant ruby-red with purple hints. Expressive, continuous and delicate aromas of red cherries and spices. Fresh in the nose and in the palate. Supple and joyful structure where the flavors are persistent and of a light nature. A delicious red which expresses the brightness of the youth, to drink over the next year or two. Pretty easy food pairings - nice to combine with vegetarian dishes as well as with light antipasti, white meat, bluefish or fresh goat cheeses.