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Valentina Passalacqua, Sottoterra, 2017 (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
Kamara, Nimbus Russus, 2016 (750ml)
The father/daughter team in Northern Greece work naturally to best express versatility of their terroir. This blend of Xinomavro, Merlot, and Syrah impressively expresses deep fruit and savory notes. With 12 months in old oak- you can expect velvety round
Foillard, Morgon, Corcelette, 2017 (750ml)
80 year-old Gamay vines grown on sandstone produce a Morgon of structure and complexity. Deep flavors of red fruit, spice and mineral energy remain in balance. These are age worthy Beaujolais, yet so delicious you can’t help but drink them young.
Damien Coquelet, Beaujolais Villages, 2017 (750ml)
In the style of step father, Georges Descombes, Damien's wines are organic, hand harvested, use native yeasts, zero cellar intervention, and little sulfur at bottling. Notes of black pepper and dark berries lend to a more serious style of Beaujolais.
Overnoy-Crinquand, Ploussard, 2016 (750ml)
From heavily stone laden lime-clay soils of the vineyards, comes an excellent expression of this curious little varietal. A rough and tumble wine with a big personality can be misunderstood because of the somewhat clear nature of this red. Go grab some st
Domaine Zafeirakis, Limniona, 2016 (750ml)
Limnio, a Greek grape variety that is 2000 years old produces a wine that is full bodied, high in alcohol and very herbaceous. Aged in oak for 12 months, a wine of such history and distinction is bound to have numerous synonyms, as indeed Limnio does, and