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2019 Brundlmayer: Gruner Vetliner Kremstal
100% Grüner Veltliner. Aromas of apples and tropical fruit with herbs. Juicy, dry, and
delicately spicy with fresh acidity and lemony minerality. Honey in the finish. Brundlmayer, the producer, has acres of vinyard in some of the most diverse regions on Europe. The Mastery of climate and soil variation make these wines a triumph with every sip. This Gruner is delicious and dry with espressive fruit- if you are already a fan of gruner, its a great treat to have this bottle ready in your fridge if you aren't familiar- it is a great intro to Gruner.
2019 Folk Machine: Arroyo Seco Riesling
Maybe you're familiar with the White Light from this producer, using the riesling from that wine they bring us this great easy drinking table riesling. Nice balanced floral notes and ripe fruit with balance acidity.I'll be putting a bottle in my fridge to have on hand.
2019 Palazzone: Orvieto Classico "Vignarco"
Procanico, Grechetto and Verdello Malvasia- Oh My! Rich straw color. Delicate aromas of peaches, pears and
lemons with white flowers. Flavors of green apple, lime and watermelon with a zesty mid palate and a great
acid/fruit balance. Fresh, vibrant and juicy with a crisp but silky texture and a surprisingly long finish. A
beautiful, lively white.
2019 Balestri Valda: Soave Classico
100% Garganega. Generous
aromas of stone fruits and blossoms, beeswax, and pear. Rich flavors of melon, peach, and pear. The palate has a crisp acidity and a deep saline minerality to balance the ripe fruit. A great value and 90 points from Wine Enthusiast, this white is perfect for seafood on the grill, spicy asian, and acidic tomato dishes.
NV Bulli: "Sampagnino" Colli Piacentini Frizzante
This wine is coming to you as a recommendation from my friend Lauren, the wine buyer for Lost Kitchen. She told me about this wine- calling it a table wine or a gas station wine- that is shockingly great value. It doesn't have a particularly cool label or making any huge splashes on the market but we are here to tell you to not sleep on this- it drinks way above it's pricepoint and is good to know about when grabbing a quick bottle on your way home or somewhere for dinner. It’s cheekily called ‘Sampagnino’ [ sham-pah-KNEE-know] in a mock-pronunciation of Champagne. La Signora Bulli says she drinks it in a gulp. honest wines, with a rustic minerality and saltiness. As Italians say of an honest farmer wine: Semplice ma non banale/Simple but not boring.
NV Keush Sparkling Wine
This dazzler is from Southern Armenia, a village of super high elevation for a sparkling wine producer, native varitals 60% Voskehat + 40% Khatouni from over 40 year old vines. Taste citrus, poached pear and apple, creamy texture, yeasty.
2018 Swick Wines: Bring It
This wine is a great example of contemporary natural winemaking in the US. It is thoughtfully made yet simple and almost rustic. The flavors are brilliant and alive. A Pinot Noir base with a blend of other grape varieties that changes with each vintage. Aromas
of bright red stone fruit with a rich, leathery earthiness. Slightly spicy flavors of crushed red and black fruits with a
savory, peppery finish.
2019 Fuso Calx: Primitivo, Puglia
Hi, I would like to be the next wine you have with dinner when you're making rustic coastal mediteranean food. kthnxbye
Dry, earthy, pepper with juiciness and tangieness. Yum.
NV Spann Vinyards: Betsy's Backacher
Merlot, Syrah, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. This intriguing blend was originally produced to revive helpers at the vineyard after a long harvest. Dark red color. Rustic aromas of red cherries and plums with a touch of licorice. An eminently enjoyable, richly flavored, fruit-forward wine that is complex yet easy-drinking. The ideal “end of the day, kick back and relax” wine by itself or with a pizza or anything from the grill.
2017 Unico Zelo: Truffle Hound
I'm putting this on again because it's so tasty- you gotta try it! This is Unico Zelo’s early-released, approachable and jovial expression of Barbera & Nebbiolo – which aims to retain the higher aromatics, herbal savoriness for its amaro-like refreshment. For those that favor meaty, gaminess over bright plum-fruit. An exploration for umami-like refreshment. It presents with a smoky, amaro-like licorice and cardamom spice. Given drive by a lively and juicy palate-weight and pucker with a bright yet savory finish. From Australia.
2017 Charles Smith: Chateau Smith Cabernet Sauvignon
From the producer's website "A lot of the full-bodied Cabs out there are either full of themselves or just full of it. Not Chateau Smith. It stays true to the old-world winemaking style from Bordeaux and honest to everyone who drinks it. And while we don’t actually have a chateau…this award-winning dry Cabernet Sauvignon is 100% the real deal." I think that sums it up!
2019 Conti di Buscareto: Lacrima di Morro d'Alba
Ok this is a bit of a risk but I genuinley really like this wine. It's floral and spicy and instensley flavored. Aromas of lilac, dried rose petals and small red berries with light spicy notes, in particular pink pepper. On the palate this wine is warm, full-bodied and velvety with zingy sour cherry and subtle silky tannins. 100% Lacrima Nera, or “Black Tears" named from the grapes almost leaking when they reach ripeness. Give this a try, for me, cuz you love me :)
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