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2018 Zahel Wiener Gemischter Satz
A field Blend from within the city limits of Vienna. 6 grapes (Gruner Veltliner, Riesling, Grauburgunder, Weissburgunder, Chardonnay and Traminer), harvested in one day and fermented together. All Stainless. Bright, elegant, mineral based. Certified Demeter biodynamic.
2019 Flysch: Txakolina
A spanish white- Flysch, a reference to the soil that the grapes are grown in, is a cute lil thing. Ready to tingle your mouth while you eat your Valentines day lobster. Ill be cracking one open to go with my favorite seared scallop dish I am making on Wednesday, in case you were wondering.
2019 Domaine Labbé: Savoie Abymes
I was eating some Smarties in this last snow storm and I thought to myself "I haven't had that great Vin de Savoie in a while." Fresh, good mineral and salinity, almost chalky some might say. I think this dry white will cleanse your mouth and give you just the pick up you need to get back out there and chip ice away from your porch.
Rogue Vine Gran Itata Blanco
Two adventurous winemakers took on this vinyard in 2011 and now make wine with vines that are 60-100+ years old. They insist on honoring the essence of the land and use low intervention processes to create their wines. They even use horse power to attend their crops- I dont know why, but I love a horse-powered farm...
Anyway all of that leaves us with this amazing complex yet simple wine. From their own description, "The nose is vibrant with notes of peach, white flowers, lychee, and mandarin orange that lead to a soft but stony mid palate of star fruit and coconut flakes. A long, complex finish is heightened by the bright acid and mineral qualities."
Its got it all.
2019 Château Barouillet: Bergecrac Blanc
This White blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Sauvignon Gris, Sémillon and Chenin is pears, honeysuckle, citrus, peach and fresh and full.
Vincent Alexis is the latest of eight generations to grow vines and make wine on this substantial estate in Bergerac and a rising star in the natural wine scene. This wine is made with meticulous measures for clean, organice, natural goodness.
2016 Elderton: E-Series Cabernet/Shiraz Blend
This delicious red blend is ripe, sweet flavors of boysenberry and cassis with delicate spiciness, balanced by supple velvety tannins. Mid- to full-bodied, round and complex.
On top of that Elderton:
-offsetts carbon emissions through tree planting
-uses a solar panel grid that has reduced the winery’s carbon dioxide emissions by at least 55 tones annually
-regenerates the banks of the North Para River where it flows through the estate.
-harvests rainwater from the roofs of the winery buildings, they are water self-sufficient 11 months of the year and recycle nearly 100% of their water for reuse on the vineyard.
Just a stand-up wine.
2018 Haarmeyer: St. Rey Zinfandel
I saw this on the distributor's instgram this week and had to have it. Organically farmed, basket pressed, native yeast, unfined and unfilitered, neutral oak puncheons- and foot trodden! Basically this wine is a great expression of California Zin. This wine is light, structured, and acid driven.
2018 Deux Anes: Premiers Pas Corbieres
A natural, completely organic wine with no sulfites added, this shows ripe blackberry fruit with underlying herbal layers and cocoa notes. It's medium-bodied and great for any time of year. A blend of mostly Carignan and some Grenache Noir. Made by a woman winemaker, Megali Terrier. “Deux anes” means “two donkeys”, after the real animals that live among the vines and help to prune and naturally fertilize them. (Now there’s actually three: Riquita, Pinocchio, and their mum Lolita)
2018 Gardacho: Garnacha
Gardacho takes its name from a mythical dragon/lizard creature that the local children enjoy telling stories of. It is made from an average of 75-year-old vine Garnacha grapes. Fruit, spice, pepper, begs to be a food wine- if you manage to chip the ice off your grill- this wine will be your best grill mate. Also good with a slight chill!
2015 Brumont: Petit Torus
Big, spicy, and with lively tannins, firm and chewy in the mouth, a delight with meaty fare. Tannat is the primary grape here, making up 60% of this blend with equal parts of the 2 Cabs- Franc and Sauv. Begs to be your dinner wine tonight.
NV Conti di Buscareto: Lacrima Brut Rosé
Here are your Valentine's bubbles! Super pretty pink Italian bubs in a fun bottle. My mom loves this one (she even drank the whole bottle! Sorry Mom, haha) Celebrate with this wine or pop one open any night of the week. Grapes are picked by hand, a labor of love. Cheers!
NV Le Capitaine: Vouvray Brut
This was on last weeks list and it deserves a second appearance because no one got a bottle for their order last week! Y'all, get on board! This bubbly can also make for a great French 75 cocktail by adding a little gin, lemon, and simple syrup.
100% Chenin Blanc. Made in the ‘methode traditionelle’, it has a lovely golden color with fine bubbles. Rich aromas of honey, peach, pear, orange blossom and freshly baked bread. Flavors of fresh lemon and apple, orange marmalade and fresh bread. Minerality and acidity combine to yield a pleasant saltiness. Elegant. Stunning for a wine of honor.