2017 Château Feuillet Traminer Aromatico $14
A very aromatic and dry Northern Italian Gewürztr. The nose is floral, but these are surely mountain wildflowers, and the palate is perfectly crisp and quenching. Was $30 Now $14
2018 Benito Ferrara Vigna Cicogna $15
Grecco de Tufo
Made from 15 to 60-year-old vines, this Italian white stands out from its rivals due to its intense structure and dry, mineral texture – a great example of why connoisseurs get so excited by Greco. This is lean, with incredibly fresh, mouthcoating acidity, and light aromas of green apple, grapefruit, chamomile, jasmine, and almonds. Was $27, Now $15
2016 Château Andriet Élevé en Fût de Chêne Bordeaux Superieur $12
88% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Sauvignon
A great entry level Bordeaux hits all the right buttons at a great price.
Was $15 Now $12
2016 Anne-Sophie Pic & Michel Chapoutier, Côtes-du-Rhône $14
Grenache and Syrah.
A joint project between a famous chef and a famous winemaker. Very bright & snappy, aromas of red fruits (mainly morello cherries) and spices (liquorice, grey pepper). The tannins are firm and silky and the wine has a great structure.Was $18, Now $14
2016 Boniperti Carlin Colline Novaresi $14
From the very north of Italy the Carlin has notes of underbrush, crushed mint and dark-spice aromas lead the way. It’s juicy and savory, doling out dried red cherry, licorice and tobacco alongside bright acidity and firm, refined tannins. A salty note marks the close. 13% alcohol by volume. Was $22 Now $14
2004 Francesco Intorga Heritage Superiore Ambra Dolce Marsala $20
Consistent and intense, with assertive notes of honey, caramel and carob, apricot and candied orange peel, pine nuts, almonds and walnut. Full on the palate, smooth and honeyed, with just the right equilibrium between freshness and alcohol impact. Persistent and elegantly structured. Was $30 Now $20