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2020 Spy Valley: Sauvignon Blanc
This sauv blanc is stellar. 90 Points from Wine Spectator among other awards for this great gem from New Zealand. Full, ripe and rich, the powerful fruit flavors are supported by a concentrated, fine structure. Crisp acid with a dry style. Owned and operated by the Johnson Family, Spy Valley Wines is one of Marlborough’s few remaining 100% Kiwi family owned wine companies. Located up the road from a U.S. government listening post (the “spy” base), Spy Valley is know around the world as one of New Zealand’s most acclaimed producers.
Rueda Herrero: ‘Erre de Herrero’ Verdejo
If you are a snacks-for-dinner type of person like me, this is a great wine to have with your "tapas" style meal. It will go well with that left over cheese and cracker situation and that weird salad you made with all your leftovers. This makes a great wine for full-on meals too- the sweetness is balanced with good acidity and there is some minerality there that quenches your thirst and is great with salty foods.
2018 Colterenzio: Müller-Thurgau
100% Müller Thurgau (a crossing of Riesling with Madeleine Royale) Fresh, flowery and gently aromatic
with a hint of elderflower and peach. Pleasantly citrusy and crisp. Grownin cool, high-elevated vineyards, this delicately aromatic, early-ripening white variety has become an Alto Adige specialty. It is an excellent aperitif and a superb partner to seafood, fresh green salad and gently spiced Thai dishes.
2018 Kivelstadt: Mother of Invention
Marsanne (50%) Roussanne (50%) make up this white rhone-style blend from Mendocino County, CA. Floral and citrus aromas on the nose lead to a powerful and heady attack. The weight balances beautifully with the acid on the finish.
2020 Grape Abduction Company: Piquette Blanc
I pre ordered this cutie because I was excited to see it coming to Maine. It is a piquette, so, a lower alcohol content which makes having a couple extra glasses of this fresh bubbly delight a little bit easier. Plus there is an alien on the label so I couldn't resist, neither should you!
2019 Duszi: Kekfrankos Rosé
This rose is from Southern Hungary and should be in your fridge right now. No, I mean it, get it now! I don't know about you, but I get excited for rose season and here is a great bottle to drink while we watch the rest roll in from the vinyards. A cocktail of citrus fruits dominates on the nose - grapefruit, lime, gooseberries - with tropical fruits like mango and guava on the mouth, complemented by zesty acids for a linear mineral finish. Spontaneous fermentation with native yeasts, and aging in stainless steel. Organic farming. 100% Kékfrankos
2019 Tenuta Pederzana: Lambrusco Grasparossa
I think I have featured this already but dang it, I just love it. If you have never had lambrusco before (sparkling red Italian wine) then this is a great bottle to start with. It has some sweetness to it but great tannic presence and oh boy is it easy to drink the whole bottle. A major fav of mine!
Prisma: Pinot Noir
I mean, come on, rainbow label? Love it. Doesn't hurt that its delicious too.
This hand-harvested, 100% Pinot Noir is blend of four clones produced from a single vineyard located in the Casablanca Valley. The granite soils and cool, coastal climate produce a fresh, vibrant and aromatic wine. It shows bright red fruit notes of strawberry and cherry, with an underlying hint of oak, that leads to a lifted mid-palate and smooth, velvety finish.
2017 Ballarin: Cino Langhe Rosso
Im going to go ahead and wait while you order your favorite pizza- go ahead. After you order, throw this in the fridge to give it a slight chill and when your pizza gets there pop this open and enjoy. This is one of my fav pizza wines. It's a blend of Barbera, Nebbiolo and Dolcetto.Intense and assorted scents of fresh fruit and
flowers; very winey and fresh. Rich, savory and velvety palate, medium-bodied. Lush fruit made in a clean,
snappy style that refreshes without sacrificing nuance and complexity.
2019 Parajes del Valle: Jumilla Monastrell
I have definitely already featured this but for anyone who missed out I am giving y'all another chance. Another big fav of mine, earthy and fresh with good fruit and velvety-ness.
Organic and sustainable viticulture and farming. The grapes are harvested by hand.
2018 Mas Theo: P'tit Gaby
40% Grenache, 40% Syrah, and 20% Carignan
Lighter medium-bodied, dry. Smooth, luscious, earthy, crunchy dark fruit with a nice dose of "au naturel". Balanced acids and tannins make this perfect for warm days and cool evenings. Serve chilled.
This vinyard is run organically and biodynamically in southern Rhone. They age their wines in an old quarry cave called “les caves cathedrals” located in the village of Saint-Restitut. This unique cellar is dug into thick-walled, chalky rock—a perfect environment for the aging process. The temperature is constant all year-round and gives a perfect "cocoon for his slumbering wines."
Rogue Vines: Grand Itata Tinto
This is a field blend of old vine, hand harvested grapes consisting of 95 % Cinsault and 5% Pais. The nose is lifted and shows bright red fruits of raspberry and strawberry with rose petals and hints of fresh forest floor. The palate is defined by its light tannin and acid structure that keeps the wine light, accentuating the fruit and leading to a soft finish.