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Seigneurs de Peyreviel, Côtes de Millau, 2016 (750ml)
If you were, say, driving through the French countryside and stopped for lunch, it’s likely that the charming table wine you consumed would drink much like this one. A blend of Syrah, Gamay, Cabernet Sauvignon and a touch of Fer Servadou.
Koehler-Ruprecht, Pfalz Pinot Noir Kabinett Trocken, 2015 (750ml)
Germany's cooler climate makes for high-toned, fresh, and minerally Pinot Noirs. Koehler-Ruprecht is an old-school and historic estate, making stellar, low-intervention expressions of Spätburgunder. Notes of forest floor, smoke, and magic.
Uccelliera, Rosso di Montalcino, 2016 (750ml)
Uccelliera makes great Rosso di Montalcino. Their idea is to make a wine with the depth of Brunello but with more freshness and approachability. They do this by selecting younger Brunello vines or those grapes that simply have a fresher character.
Oddero, Barbera d'Alba Superiore, 2017 (750ml)
A pretty crazy value here, as this Barbera comes from 40-50 year-old vines grown in some of Barolo's top vineyards. It's got the ease and drinkability of a fun Barbera but also a touch of seriousness that it soaks up from the great terroir. A beautiful an
Kracher, Burgenland Auslese Cuvée, 2017 (375ml)
The wines from the Weinlaubenhof have long been in a class of their own. Practically no other sweet wines have reached such a high level of recognition worldwide and only a few have come close to the high ratings Kracher wines continuously receive.
Moissenet-Bonnard, Cremant de Bourgogne, NV (1.5L)
100% Pinot Noir from a single 1ha plot southwest of Pommard. 60 year old vines in gravely-limestone soil. Hand harvested and ambient yeast fermentation. 100% Malolactic fermentation. Elevage in stainless steel tanks. 15 months on lees with zero dosage. Di