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Wine

  1. La Miraja Grignolino d'Asti 2018

    La Miraja Grignolino d'Asti 2018

    $22.00
    With a name translated from the local Piemonte dialect as “many pips” what else would you expect from the Grignolino grape? The hard part is to balance those tannin producing seeds and Eugenio Gatto does a splendid job. The color is light and deceiving as great concentration and depth is preceded by raspberry, dried cranberry and cherry. The red fruits match well with savory notes of baking spices, forest floor and mushrooms. Learn More
  2. Vina Zorzal Graciano Navarra 2017

    Vina Zorzal Graciano Navarra 2017

    $16.00
    Graciano is a high quality Rioja grape that’s extremely difficult to work with – it was nearly extinct by the 1970s, but producers are reviving it and with good reason. This comes from right next door to Rioja in Navarra – hence the great price. The nose is attractive, perfumed, and floral with aromas of red fruits and spice that have real depth and concentration. Very approachable and amazing value. Learn More
  3. Chateau Gree Laroque Bordeaux Superieur 2006

    Chateau Gree Laroque Bordeaux Superieur 2006

    $15.00
    Yep. 2006 Bordeaux for fifteen dollars. This has aged most of the fruit away and the tertiary flavors are front and center. Skillfully shaped from nearly a 1/2 century old Merlot (85%), Cabernet Franc (10%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (5%) vines that are impeccably farmed from Laroque’s vineyards, this beauty is astonishingly well balanced with velvety tannins that wrap around violet-infused blackberry, leather, dark plum and graphite. Learn More
  4. Markus Altenburger Blaufrankisch vom Lalk Burgenland 2017

    Markus Altenburger Blaufrankisch vom Lalk Burgenland 2017

    $20.00
    All of the land on the Estate is in process of being converted to organic and the focus is skewing towards red wines. The Blaufränkisch has a great balance of fruit and savory/meaty qualities that are both lively and refreshing with a certain verve. Black cherries, ripe plums, bbq spices, and herbal aromas follow through to the palate and finish with a firm acidity that is a valuable sidekick to the well integrated tannins. Learn More
  5. Pasaeli Calkarasi Rose Aegean Turkey 2019

    Pasaeli Calkarasi Rose Aegean Turkey 2019

    $14.00
    Wine form Turkey, and it’s delicious? Çalkarasi (pronounced chal-car-ah-seh) is an Aegean grape known for making high-quality rosé due to its naturally high acidity and relatively low alcohol. This is a deliciously tasty rosé, fresh and mouthwatering with aromas of strawberry, pomegranate, peach, apricot, melon, and mango, as well as cinnamon and a round, creamy mouthfeel. Perfectly refreshing on its own, or drink it with spicy food. Learn More
  6. Clos Bellane "Altitude" Cotes du Rhone Rose 2019

    Clos Bellane "Altitude" Cotes du Rhone Rose 2019

    $18.00
    Certified organic and grown in limestone at 1000 feet just outside of Valréas, the 100% Grenache has ripe fruit characteristics, yet high-elevation acidity. There is a little bit of weight to this, but it’s the kind that just gives the palate something to hold on to while still being lean and fresh. Citrus fruit, tart nectarine, fine herbs, and a dusty raspberry quality make this a wine that can pair with Provençal lamb or it can be consumed Solo®. Learn More
  7. Abadia Retuerta Sardon de Duero "Seleccion Especial" Castilla y Leon 2015

    Abadia Retuerta Sardon de Duero "Seleccion Especial" Castilla y Leon 2015

    $33.00
    The 2015 Selección Especial is a blend of 66% Tempranillo, 24% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Syrah and 2% Merlot; a blend decided through blind tastings, with fruit from the different plots of vineyard in the estate. A well-made wine that shows strengths in many different areas ranging from generous tannins, juicy acidity and silky texture. Black plums, blackcurrants, tobacco, woodsy spice, and roasted coffee. Learn More
  8. Domaine Jomain Bourgogne Aligote 2017

    Domaine Jomain Bourgogne Aligote 2017

    $24.00
    Legendary Montrachet producers put their touch on an affordable expression of the forgotten grape of Burgundy. The grapes are grown in the area of Puligny-Montrachet and feature notes of wet rocks, crisp pear, lemon pith, and light floral characteristics. The Aligoté will never be Chardonnay, but this wine does a great job of expressing the distinct soils of Burgundy, with steely, flinty characteristics and a lightly salty acidity. A steal at this price. Learn More
  9. Domaine de Reuilly Rose of Pinot Gris 2018

    Domaine de Reuilly Rose of Pinot Gris 2018

    $20.00
    The appellation of Reuilly in the Loire Valley is most known for its steely Sauvignon Blancs, but there is a good amount of Pinot Gris that is direct pressed and allowed to rest in contact with the skins to make a vin gris with the lightest of a salmon hue. Similar to the steely whites, but with a creamy quality of apricot, and peach pit; he flavors are rounded out by a watermelon rind quality and a teeter tottering finish of acid and tannins. Learn More
  10. Kermit Lynch Cotes du Rhone 2018

    Kermit Lynch Cotes du Rhone 2018

    $14.00
    The 2018 is a blend of 56% Grenache, 21% Syrah, 8% Mourvèdre, 7% Carignan, 7% Cinsault, and 1% Marselan. After a 25 day maceration the wine is aged in cement tanks before bottling. A great value year-in and year-out, light in style with dark fruits, herbs and a subtle meaty quality. Made in a style reminiscent of the “house wines” one will find at the bistros in southern France. Learn More