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Valentina Passalacqua, Sottoterra, 2018 (1L)
This Nero di Troia is grown on 80 hectares of vineyards in the north of Puglia on a calcareous white stone land of Kimmeridgian clay. The limestone gives this red a mineral backbone that leads to a bright, clean finish. Serve slightly chilled. Pair with
Damiano Ciolli, Cesanese Silene, 2017 (750ml)
From one of the most talented young wine producers in Italy. Damiano Ciolli is focused on the Cesanese grape, a rare regional specialty of the Lazio region. Red cherry, clove, and flower notes compliment the peppery and tannic structure. Simply a stunner
Paolo Bea, 'Rosso de Veo,' 2011 (750ml)
This is a gem of pure Sagrantino, harvested exclusively from the younger vines in the “Crus” of Pagliaro and Cerrete. A product of a 35-day maceration, it carries a deep ruby robe and a dense, juicy mouthfeel. The round and smooth tannins make for a gentl
André Clouet, Champagne Brut Grand Réserve, NV (750ml)
One of the greatest small houses of Champagne (only 9 hectares), and a serious value for the quality. The family's estate dates back to the 16th century and, fun fact, was built by one of their ancestors who was the official printer to King Louis XV's cou
Clos du Fief (Michel Tete), Julienas 'Cuvee Tradition,' 2017 (750ml)
A delicious Julienas from the best winemaker in the AOC. Fabulous vintage. Julienas wines are known for their earthy richness, spice and ability to age. The wines are deep purple, fleshy, velvety and freely giving with black berry fruits on the nose and p
Il Colle del Fanti, Brunello di Montalcino, 2013 (750ml)
Farming is natural and wine-making is pure tradition at this winery's small 500 year-old cellar, where the wines are aged exclusively in giant Slavonian casks. The terroir is classic Brunello: 400 meter high vineyards strewn with Galestro.
Viña Echeverria, Carmenere Gran Reserva, 2015 (750ml)
Dark garnet black color. Minerally aromas of green bell pepper, raspberry, plum, and granite with a tannic, crisp, dry medium-to-full body and a tingling, long green peppercorn, black stone mineral, overripe plum, and raspberry finish with earthy tannins
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.
Tenuta Sette Cieli, Bolgheri NOI4, 2016 (750ml)
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Cab Franc blend with strong showing of black currant, black cherry, kirsch and blueberry fruits with secondary notes of wild thyme, tobacco and iron. Dense tannins lean to the rustic side with a fine length.