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2018 Nasiakos: Moschofilero
I farmed in Greece for a few months back in my carefree college days and I didn't pay much attention to wines while I was there- I mostly worked on olive orchards, but you know how they say memory and taste and smell are all super connected? Well this wine brought me back to Greece- warm herbaceous air, jasmine plants growing under my window, and a rugged elegance that feels like you went back in time just a little bit. Anyway, give this cutie a try- its a little floral and pretty-without-knowing-she's-pretty.
Evesham Wood- Le Blanc du Puits Sec
A new producer to me and I am very enamored. The label drew me in, if Im being honest, but it tastes as good as it looks. The intention and care that goes into this wine (and all Evesham Wood wines) by winemaker, Erin Nunncio is very evident; from spontaneaous fermentation to low yeild low intervention methods- She really lets the grapes do the work. You are greeted by an intoxicating nose of rose petal
with hints of lime and other floral notes. On the
palate more lime with lime zest coming in and hints of
spice on the finish.
Ch. Ksara: Blanc De L'Observatoire
I think people mostly think of red wine when Lebanon is mentioned but this is a great example of how great the whites being produced in the Bekaa region can really be. This wine seduces with its finesse, elegance and floral aroma. On the palate, it is soft, fresh and long lasting.
Can Feixes: Blanc seleccio
This wine is essentially Cava without bubbles. Made in Spain's epicenter of sparkling wine, Penedes is famous for the varietals Parellada, Macabeo, Xarello, etc. Can Feixes is a family business that produces red wine, sparklers, and this unique Blanc made with Parellada, Macabeo, Chardonnay, and a touch of Malvasía de Sitges.
Medium-thick, lime and floral meets minerality.
La Petite Marquise: Cremant de Loire brut
Start the night with this bubbly friend, he wants to watch you put your make-up on and keep you company while you scroll instagram before you go out for the night. Smaller bubbles, fruitiness but on the warmer side, maybe even a little creamy and nutty.
Conti di Buscareto: Lacrima Brut Rosé
Big fan of this rosy friend. Pretty light ruby color and fairly dry and aromatic. Bubbles aren't just for celebrating! Enjoy this any day of the week.
2019 Aizpurua: Txakoli Rose
Txakoli (cha-koh-lee) from Getaria is traditionally poured from overhead, falling feet into a small glass in order to ‘break’ and aerate quickly the salty and briny high acid white wine- so practice your pouring skills. High acid is still at the core of this Txakoli, along with perfect salinity from the nearby ocean, citrus, and a touch of red berry fruit.
2019 Barouillet: Bergecrac Rouge
Just a really great juicy medium-full thickness red blend from the Bergerac region. This family makes a few other gems that I'll be featuring too, this is a go-to for me.
Celler Comunica: Vi Del Mas
Celler Comunica is a project conceived and carried out by oenologists Pep Aguilar and Patric Murillo. The winery was created in 2002 and uses organic practice and indigenous yeast so the expression of the grape and terroir really shine. Very fresh and lively!
Parajes del Valle: Monatrell
I was really excited about this wine when I first tried it, it's natural and organic and a pretty reasonable price. Also the bottle is neat.
Monastrell, also known as mourvedre or motaro, is usually pretty full bodied but this particular one is light enough to throw a chill on and have as a summer red. I still drink it in the winter because it goes great with most food and stands up by itself too.
Pierre Tailleur: Pino Noir
This wine is from Carcasonne, France so imagine- playing carcasonne the game and drinking this pinot noir from that area- expand that city! Plant that last meeple! A game changer (pun intended).
"Fresh, succulent and juicy on the palate. A lovely tension adds length and creates a deliciously drinkable character. A soft finis with velvety tannins that prolong the wine." -Baptiste Ross-Bonneau, sommelier
Bindi Sergardi: Achille
This should be in your mix- I just love it. Sangiovese at its best really. The Bindi Sergardi family has been making wine for centuries- like 600 years, they have figured it out.