$25 GROUND SHIPPING PER CASE (12 BOTTLES)

Wine

  1. Brovia Roero Arneis 2018

    Brovia Roero Arneis 2018

    $35.00
    Piemonte native Arneis faced near extinction in the 1970s, but it has made a welcome comeback, particularly in the hands of classic producers like Brovia. Aromas of green apples, pears, almonds, and white pepper lead on to a palate with refreshing acidity, some creaminess and weight, and a lingering spicy finish. A serious wine that pairs perfectly with lobster or crabcakes. Learn More
  2. Bisci Verdicchio di Matelica "Fogliano" 2017

    Bisci Verdicchio di Matelica "Fogliano" 2017

    $25.00
    Bisci are an old family considered one of the DOC’s best producers and we can’t disagree as this is as good a Verdicchio di Matelica as we’ve tasted. From a 350m-high vineyard with clay, calcareous soils, the wine has a very attractive nose of jasmine, white roses, peach and nectarine. 18 months on its lees gives the wine body, weight, and a long, textured, creamy, nutty finish alongside high, vibrant acidity. Complex and refreshing. Learn More
  3. Foradori Manzoni Bianco Fontanasanta 2018

    Foradori Manzoni Bianco Fontanasanta 2018

    $35.00
    100% Manzoni Bianco, an early-20th-century crossing of Riesling and Pinot Bianco. Foradori organically farms and hand-harvests 3 hectares on clay-limestone soils in the Fontanasanta hills above Trento. De-stemmed fruit with 3-4-day skin maceration; aged 8 months in acacia barrel, concrete and clay. The results are yellow apple, white peach, apricot mountain herbs and a stony minerality. The palate is brisk and crisp with lots of length. Learn More
  4. Schiopetto Ribolla Gialla Venezia Giulia 2018

    Schiopetto Ribolla Gialla Venezia Giulia 2018

    $18.00
    Ribolla Gialla has captured the affection of hipster-somms for the last few years, and it is with good reason. The wine is naturally high in acid and it gains a creaminess from the extended lees contact leading to a straw yellow color. The smells wafting out of the glass are lightly musty, with tangerine, flowers, and a cashew-like nuttyness. Due to its salty minerality and pronounced acid on the finish this is a perfect pairing for fish, mussels or pecorino orecchiette . Learn More
  5. Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Bianco 2018

    Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Bianco 2018

    $26.00
    60% Carricante, 25% Cataratto, 10% Grecanico (the same grape as Garganega), 5% Minella. From local grapes planted on volcanic soils at high altitude, Etna wine is very much its own thing – and extremely good. Aromas of lemons, grapefruit, and peach together with attractive jasmine, floral notes, followed by a mineral, nutty texture and high, almost tart acidity. Refreshing, complex, and rewarding. Learn More
  6. Santa Barbara Verdicchio dei Castelli de Jesi 2017

    Santa Barbara Verdicchio dei Castelli de Jesi 2017

    $12.00
    Here is a wine that is screaming value. Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi are wines that are perfect for a leisurely glass of wine. The juice comes from 30 years old vines which are established in sandy tufo soils of La Marche, giving the wine more depth than most in its price class. The use of only stainless steel keeps the wine fresh and pure. Very expressive fruit that is juicy and crisp due to a small amount of CO2 left in the bottle. Learn More
  7. Alois Lageder Porer Pinot Grigio Alto Aldige 2017

    Alois Lageder Porer Pinot Grigio Alto Aldige 2017

    $29.00
    This Pinot Grigio from the rugged Alto Aldige has a unique aging regimen. One part is pressed directly, one part is in contact with skins for 15 hours, and the third part is in contact with the stems and skins for about 1 year. All of this adds a texture that caresses the steely apricot, peach, and apple fruits. The palate is light and smooth with fruit blossoms that eventually make way for a flinty mineral-driven finish with enticing acidity. Learn More
  8. Ronchi di Cialla Friulano Collio 2018

    Ronchi di Cialla Friulano Collio 2018

    $20.00
    From an important Friuli producer comes this approachable, refreshing, quietly complex white from local grape Friulano. It’s aged in stainless steel to maintain its freshness, with 3 months on the lees to add some weight and structure. The result is a wine with vibrant acidity, a layered palate, and aromas of bitter almonds, baked pears, and lemon zest, with some cream and spice from the lees. Learn More
  9. Ca' Lojera Lugana Bianco 2017

    Ca' Lojera Lugana Bianco 2017

    $17.00
    100% Trebbiano from Lugana, a tiny region in the Veneto on the south banks of Lake Garda close to Valpolicella. For crisp, clean, fruity, tangy, dry Italian white, this is about as good as it gets. From start to finish smell and taste lemon, apple, grapefruit, apricot, and peach, as well as roasted almonds, white flowers, thyme, and white pepper. Very crisp and refreshing on the palate, rounded out by a light creaminess. Learn More
  10. Enrico Serafino Gavi di Gavi 2017

    Enrico Serafino Gavi di Gavi 2017

    $17.00
    Made from Cortese, Gavi is the classic white wine of Piemonte. Quality varies, however, but this hits all the right spots. From a producer established in 1878 and from vines in the heart of the Gavi DOCG, it’s so refreshing, with high, vibrant acidity given body and weight by a slightly creamy, nutty, lees texture as well as green apple, pear, gooseberry, and wild flower aromas and a subtly persistent, drying finish. Learn More