Summer Bargains

A few of our distributors were cleaning their closets.  They offered us some deals and we took them up on some of them.  Now it’s your turn.  Quantities are limited so these deals won’t be around forever.


2014 Putzenhof, Kerner Alto Adige  $12
This delicious Northern Italian grape is a cross between Riesling and Sckiava. It has a full silky body with layered flavors of pear and quince. 5% alcohol by volume. Was $19 now $12

2016 Lethaler, Drago Pinot Grigio  $12
A bright, fresh and fragrant expression of one of Italy’s most versatile grapes. The bouquet opens to forthcoming aromas of cut grass, citrus and white peach. The finish is sleek and pure. Was $18 now $12

2018 Terredora, Dipaolo Le Starse  $12
100% Coda de Volpe
Floral and fruit aromas of honeysuckle and ripe orchard fruits while the linear, medium-bodied palate doles out ripe pear, acacia honey and almond. It has a tangy finish thanks to saline notes and bright acidity.  Was $18 now $12

2013 Peter Jakob Kühn, Späburgunder Brut Rosé  $12
Pinot Noir
This Germain Blanc de Noir is is Rosé by just the faintest blush. It is very crisp and minerally. Very nice quality to price ratio. Nice dry rose and worth having tried for unique terroir. Was $25 Now $12

2018 Dei, Rosato Toscana  $10
Fresh aromas, especially flowers and fruits, red and soft. Mineral flavors and red and fresh flowers and fruits, like red cherry, strawberry, raspberry.   Was $18 now $10

2018 Domaine de la Prébende, Beaujolais Rosé  $12
From clay and limestone soils this this Beaujolais Rosé from Kermit Lynch is crisp and refreshing as well as organic. Was $18 now $12


2016 Sesti, Monteleccio  $15
Named for their “hill of oaks” south of Montalcino, it is a blend of the fruit that doesn’t go into their Rosso di Montalcino and Brunello bottles. Aromatic, vibrant, well built, with an inherent energy and poise. Was $27 now $15

2013 Fondo Antico, Nero d’Avola  $10
Aromas of dark berry and cooking spice. The straightforward palate offers raspberry jam and carob alongside smooth tannins.  Was $14, Now $10

2018 Paetra, Pinot Noir Eola – Amity Hills  $18
This Willamette Valley Pinot has dark cherry fruit, with a distinct touch of earthy mushroom.  Was $25 now $18

2015 Brian Carter, Cellars Abracadabra Red  $13
34% Syrah, 23% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9%Tempranillo, 6% Cinsault, 5% Mourvedre, 3% Sangiovese, 3% Petit Verdot, 2% Malbec
The wine’s aroma has witch’s hat full of blackberries, black cherries, and cedar, with pinches of pepper and vanilla bean. Full flavors show soft, well-integrated tannins and balanced acidity. Was $20 now $13

2014 Putzenhof, Lagrein Alto Adige  $12
A very earthy wine full of dark fruit layered with herb and animal notes. Great with grilled meats.  Was $19 now $12

2016 Masseria Seteporte, Etna Rosso  $24
Nerello Mascalese, Nerello Cappuccio
Rustic, mineral, at times even herbal, but with a smooth and generous fruity core. This is the essence the Etna Rosso from Masseria Setteporte, produced with grapes from thirty-year-old vines which dig their roots deep into the volcanic soil of Mount Etna. Was $30 now $24

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