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  1. Herencia Altes Garnatxa Blanca Terra Alta 2017

    Herencia Altes Garnatxa Blanca Terra Alta 2017

    $2,015.00
    This is a ridiculously good-value white wine from the Terra Alta area of Catalunya. Plantings are at 400m+ altitude, which keeps the acidity fresh in the warm climate. The characteristic nutty, waxy aromas of Grenache are apparent on the nose, together with green apples and a touch of white pepper. The palate is quite fresh with a lightly gripping texture and a gentle creaminess. Easy drinking but with a serious edge. Learn More
  2. Domaine de l'Idylle Roussette de Savoie 2016

    Domaine de l'Idylle Roussette de Savoie 2016

    $22.00
    More and more wine from Savoie is finding its way to California. And that’s a great thing as the wines are so distinctive because of their fresh acidity, light body, and tight, concentrated structure. The grape here is Rousette (also called Altesse), for a wine that has aromas of wild alpine flowers, cardamom, and green apples, with a subtly creamy palate, fresh acidity, and a dry, steely grip. Light and gentle, but with a firm texture and a lingering finish. Learn More
  3. Zilliken Forstmeister Geltz Riesling 2017

    Zilliken Forstmeister Geltz Riesling 2017

    $22.00
    Rightly renowned Saar producer. This is their “entry-level” Riesling – an indicator of just how good their top wines are. There’s a balance between sweetness (44g/L) and acidity (8.4g/L TA) that you can only find in the cooler German regions. Fresh, bright aromas of lime zest and pineapple give the wine vibrancy alongside the lively acidity, fleshed out by the sugar. Very easy to drink on its own or with spicy food. Delicious. Learn More
  4. Lenkey Pincesznet "Human" Furmint Mad 2011

    Lenkey Pincesznet "Human" Furmint Mad 2011

    $24.00
    This wine is astonishing. The vintage is 2011 (current release!), and there’s an incredible balance between mature aromas and fresh acidity, demonstrating the concentrated complexity and ageworthiness of Furmint. Intense, profound aromas of almonds, marzipan, baked apples, crème brûlée, and smoke lead into a palate that’s round and almost chewy, a texture that’s somehow reminiscent of still champagne. Should be at least twice the price. Learn More
  5. Chateau d'Arlay Vin Jaune 2008

    Chateau d'Arlay Vin Jaune 2008

    $75.00
    One of the great, most unusual wines of France, Vin Jaune is made in a similar way to fino sherry, with a layer of flor slowly developing on top of the wine as it ages – in this case for 8 years. It’s gained a deep color from the ageing, with nutty, dried fruit, and spice aromas, a doughy, creamy texture, an an astonishing balance between acidity and a weighty mouthfeel. A magnificent experience that has to be tried. Learn More
  6. Vigne Sannite Falanghina del Sannio 2017

    Vigne Sannite Falanghina del Sannio 2017

    $18.00
    Sannio is a region inland from Napoli in Campania, and the major grape is Falanghina, a quality variety that perhaps goes back to Roman times. The wine has aromas of roasted almonds and is nicely fruity – melon, pineapple, and banana – with the high, crisp acidity balanced by a gently creamy, weighty mouthfeel. Perfectly refreshing. Learn More
  7. Vieilles Vignes de St. Roch Grenache Blanc/Roussanne Cotes du Roussillon 2016

    Vieilles Vignes de St. Roch Grenache Blanc/Roussanne Cotes du Roussillon 2016

    $17.00
    80% Grenache Blanc/20% Roussanne. One of those wines which we’re not sure how it sells for such a low price. Grenache Blanc and Roussanne are the perfect fit, their rich nutty aromas complementing each other. There’s also a waxiness to the texture that makes the wine slightly chewy. Acidity is refreshing, lightening the rich texture, with ripe, balanced aromas of peach, apricot, and mango. Learn More
  8. Wilson Foreigner Rorick Vineyard Albarino Sierra Foothills 2016

    Wilson Foreigner Rorick Vineyard Albarino Sierra Foothills 2016

    $30.00
    New Napa winery buys Albarino, a grape of Spanish origin, from "Rorick," near Murphys in the Sierra Foothills, Calaveras County. One of the best California versions of Albarino we've had: lemon oil, orange blossoms, tangy pineapple and lemongrass smells & flavors. Has more viscosity than most while staying true to the grape. Learn More
  9. Allimant-Laugner Praelatenberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

    Allimant-Laugner Praelatenberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

    $28.00
    Known for the finesse and elegance of its wines and mentioned back in 823, Praelatenberg is a 19ha Grand Cru vineyard lying in the middle of Alsace at an elevation of between 250 and 350m on a gneiss bedrock with quartz soils. This is a fantastic price for a wine of this quality, with a stony, steely character, concentration and depth, intense lime zest and developing mature petrol aromas, all capped off by a long, drying finish. Drink now-2028. Learn More
  10. Do Ferreiro Albarino Rias Baixas 2016

    Do Ferreiro Albarino Rias Baixas 2016

    $27.00
    From 50-year-old vines in Val do Salnés, the coolest and wettest of the Rías Baixas subregions – which means acidity is particularly high even for Albariño. That acidity is well balanced by rich aromatics of grapes, peach, apricot, honeysuckle, and jasmine followed by a dry, steely, stony palate that finishes with a touch of spicy pepper. This is classic Albariño, rich, aromatic, and very refreshing. Learn More