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Maria and Sepp Muster, Gelber Muskateller Vom Opok, 2017 (750ml)
Gelber Musktaller is a grape I'm quite in love with - aromatic and striking. Maria and Sepp Muster take care of their grapes, thank you. We are all grateful. Drink this in the sun with the best salad you can make for yourself.
Brianne Day Wines, Silvershot Vineyards Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir, 2015 (750ml)
A Pinot Noir that's a perfect summer-weight from one of Oregon's leading natural winemakers in Eola-Amity Hills, Willamette Valley. Baking spice and sour cherry on the nose, with berry fruit, a bit of green stem-derived soft tannins, and bright acidity an
Famille Dutraive, Chenas, En Papolet, 2018 (750ml)
Chenas En Papolet is a beautiful lieu-dit, and in the hands of Dutraive, sings and lures you right into its velvety goodness. Great sense of fruit, spice, and minerality that deserves a good home. Do you deserve the Dutraive? Go ahead, take 2.
Domaine de La Grand'Cour (Dutraive), Brouilly VV, 2018 (750ml)
Maybe the most exciting producer in Beaujolais? Dutraive never fails to turn heads because of its pure fruit, alive mouthfeel, and gorgeous aromas. Try it out for yourself, bring a bottle to to a friends, watch it get drained!
Roccamonfina Falanghina Maresa, 2017 (750ml)
Orange natural Falanghina grown on the northern edge of an extinct volcano in Campania. These are proper gems that deeply speak of place. Orange zest, white flowers, tropical fruits all with a gorgeous weightiness. Pair with spicy seafood pasta.
MicroBio Wines, Correcaminos White, 2018 (750ml)
Incredibly fresh (and natural) Verdejo from the Segovia area. Ismael Gozalo's MicroBio project produced beautiful and drinkable wines in 2017, on the white - notes of orange and lemon combine with a lovely texture. Into the hazy ones? This is what you wa
La Stoppa, Ageno Emilia Bianco, 2013 (750ml)
A top performer in the orange wine game, Ageno is mostly Malvasia and Ortugo. Emilia-Romagna based and highly loved and coveted wines, find out why for yourself. Be sure to grab some quality tinned fish, olives, and hard cheeses, and to go along with this
Masseria Starnali, Roccamonfina Aglianico Santo Sano, 2012 (750ml)
Everything you want for spaghetti and meatballs night. A blend of the underrated, noble Aglianico and piedirosso (which adds a beautiful spice). Don't be scared of some tannin in here. Notes of fresh garden soil, deep black cherry, and black pepper.