Three recent ones (pictures pilfered):
I actually had the 2010; but I can't find a picture of it online, and I'm too lazy to take my own. Edi Kante is another of Kermit Lynch's Italian producers, located in the Carso in Friuli. He's a white wine specialist (Vitovska, Malvasia, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay), but he also makes a red blend and this varietal Terrano. I was told that Terrano was a clone of Refosco -- it's sometimes called Refosco d'Istria -- but according to both the Ian D'Agata Italian grapes book and the Jancis Robinson grapes book, it's not. Apparently, Refosco is another one of those glorious messes like Trebbiano and Malvasia, where there are lots of related and unrelated grape varieties that go by the name. In any event, this wine seems to fill the same sort of role as Cru Beaujolais -- tart, grapey, perfect with food. I liked it enough that I went back and bought more, which is pretty unusual for me.
As an aside, Edi Kante also produces traditional sparkling wines, both bianco from Chardonnay and Malvasia and rosato from Pinot Nero. The bianco is good, but the rosato is fantastic. I don't know if it's a trend in Italy or that the importers or local merchants are simply cherry-picking the best stuff, but I have had a number of really excellent Italian sparkling wines from non-traditional areas over the past year or two; and the Edi Kante rosato is one of them.
Donatella Cinelli Colombini is a small producer in Montalcino. I had had a bottle of her Prime Donna Brunello di Montalcino last year, and it was really good; so I picked up the Rosso when I saw it in the hopes that it would represent a more economical alternative. I thought it was good, with classic Sangiovese typicity (cherry fruit, high acid, high tannin) and not overwhelmed by oak. It was a bit too plummy for my taste, but I still liked it overall.
DomaineFaury is another Kermit Lunch producer, on the budget end of things, at least compared to other Northern Rhone producers that I see. I had had the St. Joseph previously and loved it and wanted to try the Côte-Rôtie. This was excellent -- violets and black pepper, medium-bodied, moderate-plus acidity. Now I want to try their Condrieu, which can also be found in my market..