We’ve been wheeling and dealing with our distributors and we’ve come up with some tasty discounts.
2016 Viñedo de los Vientos, Estival Blanc $12
60% Gewurztraminer, 30% Chardonnay, 10% Moscato
From Uruguay, the Estival is a blend, but it’s fermented all together. The Chardonnay is harvested unripe like in “Champagne” to get the high acidity to balance the fully ripe Gewurztraminer and the Moscato Bianco’s fruity flavors. You can feel the sweetness of the Gewurz and Moscato and the sharp acidity of the Chardonnay with lots of different flavors in between.
Was $18 Now $12
2016 Nervi, Bianca $12
Erbaluce di Caluso
Nervi is the oldest officially-recognized winery in the Gattinara DOCG. This rare Piedmontese grape produces a refreshing white wine of surprising minerality and acidity.
Was $19 now $12
2018 Kivelstadt, Mother of Invention $15
60% Roussanne, 32% Marsanne
Frank Zappa’s favorite wine. Farmed organically on Bonfiglio Vineyard along the banks of the Russian River, Mother is fermented in neutral French oak barrels, sur-lie aged for 6 months, and undergoes malolactic fermentation naturally before going to bottle. Fruity in aroma this medium-bodied wine is is full of Apricot and orange-zest aromas meet lemon and grapefruit flavors on a lively, crisp texture. Organic
Was $21 now $15
2016 Terre di Maté, Regaldina Gavi $10
This organic white take a big price drop as they change vintages. Medium-bodied, bone dry and golden in the glass, it smells like melon and flowers. You get rich, golden fruit (apples, pears, quince!) with lots of acidity and mineral notes, finishing with some creamy lemon curd. Biodynamic.
Was $18 now $10
2017 Le Moerette, Lugana Mandolara $15
Produced from the Turbiana grapes, that grow in the narrow strip of land on the shore of Lake Garda. Its characteristic balanced bouquet is pleasant and fresh, with flower sensations. At taste it is attractively fruity, with apple and peach hints characterized, at the end, by a trace of bitter almonds.
Was $21, now $15
2019 Fondrèche, Ventoux Rosé $13
50% Cinsault, 30% Syrah, 20% Grenache
Freshness and gluttony at the rendezvous. With a pretty soft and luminous pink, with a flattering nose of raspberry, peach and flowers, it unfolds at the palate sensations both delicate and persistent.
Was $20 now $13
2013 Verum Malbec Reserva $15
From a sustainably-grown vineyard in Alto Valle de Rio Negro, Patagonia Argentina. Verum Malbec expresses its unique Patagonia terror, showcasing fresh flavors of violets and red fruits along with spice notes The wine is much more elegant than Medoza’s thicker, full bodied wines.
Was $28 now $15
2015 Viñedo de las Vintos Tannat $14
From Atlàntida, Coastal Region, Uruguay. The nose delivers overwhelming aromas of autumn leaves and earth, while the palate is black licorice and wild mushrooms.
Was $19, now $14
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