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2018 Trere: Pignoletto Frizzanate "Curena"
100% Pignoletto. “Cureña” is the name in the local dialect for hot wind blowing from the east and the south. This slightly sparkling white is yellow in color with aromas of apricots and citrus. The palate is smooth, round & pleasurable; crisp and generous in the mouth.
Furlani: Bianco Alpino
This still white wine is the best thing you can buy instead of Pinot Grigio. Grapes: Nosiola, Verdealbara, Lagarino Bianco with a bit of Muller Thurgau- all direct press. Spontaneous Fermentation. Aged in stainless steel without temperature control.. No sulfur additions, and no filtering or fining.
2019 Cinquante Cinq: Viognier
I am a sucker for viognier and this is wine is a classic. Light, refreshing, fruit forward and really great for these cold spring days. Produced in the heart of the world's largest wine-growing area, just southwest of Montpellier. From the largest family-owned and operated coop in France, with a long history of farming and managing the same family-owned vineyards, Cinquante Cinq originates in Alignan du Vent.
2018 La Valentina: Pecorino Colline Pescaresi
sort of grassy and peachy, feels fresh, bright, breezy, cooling. Medium-light bodied with a bitter-herbal-essence. Still, it remains, at its core, a light-hearted wine- I'm thinking this could make my porch wine list...
NV Montsarra: Cava Brut (90ptsWE, 90ptsWS)
Made with a blend of three native grape varieties - Macabeo, Xarello and Parellada. Pale and sparkling, with lasting bubbles and a crisp finish. Fruity and vigorous bouquet, with aromas of apples and grass. Jumpy and lively flavors of apple, peach, lemon and vanilla. Rich and creamy mouthfeel. Good refinement, ample layering of flavors and a
touch of minerality. Made in exactly the same method as Champagne.
2019 Pas de Problème: Pinot Noir
"Pas de Probleme," the equivalent of "no worries," is the guiding principle behind this casual, pleasant red.
Destemmed, lightly extracted, aged in steel and bottled without fining or filtering results in a delicate, breezy style of Pinot. There's a lovely minerality around the edges, and a palate of wild strawberry, currant, mushroom earthiness, and a touch of bitter chocolate. "This wine could take itself much more seriously, but chooses to remain in flip flops."
2018 Villa Raiano: "Virgo" Aglianico
100% Aglianico. Fresh and spicy aromas of black fruits with smoky tobacco notes. Flavors of plum and bitter cherry balanced by fresh acidity and firm tannins. Ripe and approachable with plenty of fruit and character. Enjoy with meat or mushroom based pasta or rice dishes, or ravioli with fresh ricotta. Great with a juicy steak! Organic.
2018 Mariluna: Valencia Tinto
This wine was based on where I want to vacation once the world is safe, Valencia is a province located at the center of Spain's sunny east coast, perhaps better known for oranges (and paella) than wine.
This blend of Bobal, Tempranillo, Monastrell is bold, smooth, and dry.
2019 Guidobono: Nebbiolo Langhe
Ethereal and elegant aromas of violets, roses and sour cherry with final notes of spice. Rich fruit flavors. Full, aristocratic and delicate with a long, fine finish. Wonderful with food! Perfect paired with roasts, game and matured cheeses.
From vineyards located in Castagnito, Piedmont, Italy. The soil is clayey with sand. The harvesting is done in two sessions, one week apart. Maceration in stainless steel casks for 4 to 5 days. The
wine stays in oak casks for 8 to 9 months and then it is transferred in stainless steel casks. The wine is bottled in June and September, one year after the harvesting, and is ready for the market.
2018 Maison Noir: "In Sheep's Clothing" Cab Sauv
Cool bottle aside, this fresh cab hits all the spring time notes. From the producer's webite: "In Sheep’s Clothing delivers a ripeness of fruit flavors while preserving the acidity that gives the medium to full body wine a slice of freshness. Layers of Cassis, Blueberries, and Black Cherries lend to New World style fruit with more of an Old World structure with a hint of wood smoke. This wine fully embraces an integral part of classic Cabernet Sauvignon by highlighting a complex blend of dried herbs: anise, thyme and bay leaf."
2020 Beeslaar: Pinotage "Taj"
The grapes for the TAJ are sourced from the largest Pinotage vineyard in the world, which is located in the Swartland of South Africa. The 2020 vintage is deep ruby red in color, with pronounced plum and dark chocolate aromas. The richness of the fruit flavors is balanced by a silky, dry finish. An honest, handmade wine.
2016 Spann Vineyards: MoZin
Zinfandel, Mourvèdre, Syrah, Petite Sirah & Cinsault. Aromas of raspberry and strawberry. Solid, straightforward ripe
fruit flavors of raspberry, blackberry and black plum with a touch of spice and a rich mouth-feel. A graceful balance
between ripe fruit and acidity. Full-bodied and nicely tannic. Very food-friendly, it pairs well with everything from grilled tuna to Italian red sauce dishes, lamb and red meats.