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Domaine Dupeuble, Beaujolais Rouge, 2018 (750ml)
You wouldn't guess it from the price, but this is real deal artisanal, non-interventionist Beaujolais, imported by Kermit Lynch along side Lapierre, Foillard and the like. A very reliable weeknight choice for easy, light red drinking.
Rogue Vine, Grand Itata Tinto, 2018 (750ml)
Old vine, hand harvested grapes consisting of 95 % Cinsault and 5% Pais. Rose petals, bright red berries on the nose with hints of fresh forest floor. Tannic and structured, with acid keeping the wine lifted and accentuating the fruit. A racy finish.
Weingut Franz Hirtzberger, Grüner Veltliner 'Smaragd Honivogl' 2017 (750ml)
Austria is a tiny place, with 99% of the wine production crammed into a tiny corner in the eastern foothills of the Alps. What it lacks in size is more than made up for in quality terroir, talented winemakers and a wide array of styles. >>>
Martin Muthenthaler, Grüner Veltliner 'Spitzer Graben', 2017 (750ml)
Martin was a trained mechanic, not a winemaker, but his open heart and untrained-intuition allowed him a fresh perspective of this staunchly traditional region. He started farming his grandparents three hectares of terraced vines in 2006 >>>
Broc Cellars, 'Love Rosé', 2019 (750ml)
If possible, pour this out of the can into a cup so that you can enjoy the rose petal and raspberry nose. Either way the pallet delivers with juicy berries that stays light and dry, followed by a crisp finish with just a soft touch of acidity. >>>
Les Vins Contes Lemasson, 'Cheville de Fer' 2019 (750ml)
Olivier Lemasson's wines are simple and generous, and so is this 2019 vintage, naturally grown, 100% Cot (the OG Malbec). On the palate the 'Cheville de Fer' is delicious, with a nice acid structure and some menthol notes, and very few tannins.
Ghislaine Barthod, 'Les bons batons' Bourgogne 2017 (750ml)
Ghislaine Barthod took over the Barthod-Noellat family estate, run by her father Gaston in the early nineties. Always one of the most satisfying examples of its appellation, Ghislaine’s red is a Chambolle in all but name >>>