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  • mixed-case-misto-italiano

    Mixed Case Misto Italiano

    This “misto Italiano” case presents an opportunity to taste the diversity of Italian wine. Six different regions, bubbles, white, rose and red wines. This is a case of 12 (2 bottles each of the six wines).

    $26.00
  • Mixed Case Madeira My Dear

    Mixed – Madeira My Dear

    We have selected three Madeiras from my friend Paul Miles’ family stocks. The Miles brand has been around for nearly 200 years and is a specialist in the production of Madeira from Tinta Negra. There are a range of ages and styles so that you can try them with different occasions in mind. A case contains 2 bottles of each of the following:

    $46.00
  • Mixed-Case-Dowie-Doole-Explorer

    Mixed Case – Dowie Doole Explorer

    McLaren Vale, Australia! Do not underestimate the depth and richness of flavours of these Dowie Doole wines! If big, juicy, New World, fruit forward wines are your preference, you should not ignore this very limited mixed case – just 18 x 6 packs are available

    $33.75
  • Savvy-Sauvignon-Sampler

    Mixed Savvy Sauvignon Sampler

    Sauvignon Blanc is one of the worlds most popular varieties of white wine. Depending on where it is grown its flavour descriptors can include the words grassy, asparagus, tomato leaf, gooseberry, elderflower, passion fruit, grapefruit and sweetly tropical. With the onset of warmer weather the popular appeal of Sauvignon Blanc is perhaps not all that complicated, it tastes like summer in a glass and we can’t get enough of it!

    $25.85
  • Mixed-Australian-Shiraz-Good,-Better,-Best

    Mixed Shiraz – Good, Better, Best

    On offer today, are three exceptional Australian Shiraz wines from Kingston Estate, that are an impressive display of what we are calling “Very Good, Better and Best”. From these 3 wines you will get the chance to try wines from three different vintages (2017, 2018, 2019 – although not to worry they were all rated 90+) but more importantly, you will get a window on Clare Valley and Barossa Valley.

    $35.00
  • Archery-Summit-Dundee-Hills-Pinot-Noir

    Archery Summit Dundee Hills Pinot Noir 2018

    This wine starts with wild berries and fresh roasted coffee on the nose leading to complex stone fruit flavors and a peppery nuance associated with whole-cluster fermentation. A master juggler, this wine handles tannin, new oak, and minerality with remarkable finesse. Driven by quintessential Red Hills locales and flavors, the wine is a culmination of a 25-year legacy—an opus to special surroundings.

    $89.95
  • Armilla-Brunello-di-Montalcino

    Armilla Brunello di Montalcino 2016

    Dark black cherry color indicating the ripeness of the vintage. Nose is expressive and big with cherry and notes of licorice and dates. Mouthcoatingly smooth and with more ripe cherry, toast and mineral on the palate. The finish sticks to the teeth and is long. The balance of the fruit, alcohol, oak and acidity work perfectly together to form a finish that easily lasts 45 seconds. The tannins are ripe, but firm.

    $70.20
  • Azzoni-Grechetto

    Azzoni Grechetto 2019

    A brilliant, pale yellow, with light green reflections. Fine and elegant aromas of white flowers, almonds, pear and white peach. Fresh and balanced in the mouth with particular weight, a touch of minerality and a mouth watering finish.

    $17.90
  • Azzoni-Rosato

    Azzoni Rosato Lupetta 2020

    This Marche Rosato is a marriage of Montepucliano, Merlot and a dash of Lacryma is a brilliant fuscia colour. The nose is very expressive with macerated bing cherries, crushed strawberries, dried rosemary and a hint of violets. The palate is fruity, yet dry, and showcasing the same fruit as noted in the aromatics.

    $17.95
  • Baudry-Dutour-Cuvee-Marie-Justine-Rosé

    Baudry Dutour Cuvee Marie Justine Rosé 2019

    Salmon-hued colour, intense nose of exotic fruits with aromas of peach and citrus. In the mouth the wine is dry but exhibits very good fruit concentration. Crisp and refreshing yet complex, this rose serves to elevate the experience of white wine drinkers and to convince red wine drinkers that they should expand their horizons!

    $20.35
  • Beaumont-Chenin-Blanc

    Beaumont Chenin Blanc 2020

    The 2020 version of Beaumont’s Chenin Blanc is made from 84% Bot River fruit and 16 % from the Overberg, making the wine of Origin for this vintage Cape South Coast. This is the first time that they have had to source from outside the Bot River ward. Yields were very low due to drought. This vintage is a beautiful expression of the grape capturing the full flavour and potential that our terroir has to offer. It is a delicious example of cooler climate Chenin Blanc fermented in concrete and stainless steel tanks. Dry, fresh and delicious!

    $20.95
  • belle-glos-balade-pinot-noir

    Belle Glos Balade Pinot Noir 2019

    The name “Balade” (French for wandering) is fitting for a wine which will be derived from a different, single vineyard location with each vintage. The 2019 version of this wine has been sourced from the Santa Rita Hills in Santa Barbara County.

    $59.95
  • Belle-Glos-Oeil-de-Perdrix-1500-mL

    Belle Glos Oeil de Perdrix Rosé 1500 mL 2020

    Belle Glos Oeil de Perdrix Rosé in magnums! How fun is that?

    $60.00
  • Belle-Glos-Oeil-de-Perdrix

    Belle Glos Oeil de Perdrix Rosé 2020

    This is a beautiful salmon pink with golden highlights. This wine has the classic ‘eye of the partridge’ colour. Bright and expressive on the nose, with aromas of honeysuckle, Asian pear, and Fuji apple followed by notes of vanilla and orange blossom. Flavors of grapefruit, tangerine, and lemon zest fill the palate with lively characteristics. This wine has nice acidity with a light but satisfying finish.

    $28.95
  • Beran Sonoma Zinfandel 2017

    Beran Sonoma Zinfandel 2017

    This wine is everything for which classic Dry Creek, Alexander Valley, and Russian River Valley Zinfandels are renowned. Extended fruit maceration (up to 30 days) and generous oak treatment (12 months in American and French barrels) has resulted in a pretty big yet dry red.

    $31.95
  • Biondi-Santi-Braccale-igt-Maremma

    Biondi Santi Braccale igt Maremma 2017

    A great food-friendly Tuscan red made from Sangiovese and softened with the addition of 20% Merlot. Ten months in oak adds some spicy complexity. This wine opens with a unique blackberry like bouquet with scents of licorice blended in. On the palate, it’s is medium bodied, smooth and soft, with juicy black current flavors nicely integrated tobacco and cedar. The finish is quite dry with noticeable tannins that are nicely extended. Drink now and over the next 4 years.

    $29.95
  • Biondi-Santi-Sassoalloro-igt-Toscana

    Biondi Santi Sassoalloro igt Toscana 2018

    100% BBS11 Sangiovese clone – the clone developed generations ago by the Biondi Santi family to produce forward, yet long aging, well-structured wines and the backbone to the family’s Brunellos.

    $37.95
  • Bodegas-Forcada-Flor-de-Baco-Crianza

    Bodegas Forcada Flor de Baco Crianza 2017

    The winery’s vineyards for its Crianza lie at a very high elevation of 800 meters and are among the most dramatic and steep in Rioja. The vines reach up to 100 years of age and are located within a Biosphere reserve, where they are cultivated organically.

    $23.75
  • Cantine-Rallo-Bianca-di-Evro

    Cantine Rallo Bianca di Evro 2020

    Evro originates from Rallo’s exceptional estate vineyards in Alcamo, in one of Sicilia’s premier growing areas.

    $23.50
  • Cantine-Rallo-Syrah-la-Clarissa

    Cantine Rallo Syrah la Clarissa 2019

    Cantine Rallo is located in Marsala, on the westernmost promontory of Sicily, and is a successful integration between nature, technology and tradition. Don Diego Rallo founded the firm in 1860, and the Vesco family took over operations in 1996. Today, Cantine Rallo has about 50 hectares of vineyards, all of which are in the DOC zone of Alcamo. Their wines are produced with grapes from the estate’s own vineyards.

    $23.20
  • Carlin de Paolo Cisterna d'Asti D.O.C. Superiore 2017

    Carlin de Paolo Cisterna d’Asti D.O.C. Superiore 2017

    What a great chance to taste a superior example of the “Croatina” varietal, seldom seen on this side of the ocean. The Cisterna d’Asti DOC is a relatively new DOC, created in 2002 to elevate and highlight the significance of this varietal separate from the more dominant Barbera d’Asti common in the region. The wines must be made from at least 80% of the Croatina varietal.

    $36.95
  • carmenet-cabernet-sauvignon

    Carmenet Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

    Affordable California Cabernet is often produced with exceptionally high residual sugar to hide imperfections. Carmenet does not go down this road. Rich, dark red in colour, Carmenet Cabernet Sauvignon id dry, and presents a complex bouquet of berries with hints of chocolate. The palate rounds out with spice and vanilla and ends with a smooth lingering finish.

    $24.85
  • Casa-Marin-Cartagena-Sauvignon-Blanc

    Casa Marin Cartagena Sauvignon Blanc 2019

    Made from grapes grown along the higher vineyard flats with direct exposure to the Pacific Ocean. Casa Marin uses the French 242 clone which yields a friendly, rich, and full-bodied Sauvignon Blanc with a lovely texture, notes of peaches and sliced apple combined with fresh bell pepper and asparagus. The fresh acidity and salinity of the Pacific Ocean results in a complex and balanced wine.

    $19.85
  • Casale-Marchese-Frascati-Superiore

    Casale Marchese Frascati Superiore 2019

    The Casale Marchese estate makes Frascati as it should be made. They use the best clones of Malvasia and only the best 15 – 20% of their grapes are sold under their label. The remainder is sold to the local co-operative. The estate practices sustainable farming, coupled with high density, short-pruned planting, yielding limited grapes per vine. The result is optimal fruit concentration.

    $20.35
  • Castello-di-Verrazzano-Chianti-Classico

    Castello di Verrazzano Chianti Classico 2017

    This is a traditional Chianti Classico from one of the original founders of the Consorzio del Vino Chianti Classico. Red ruby colour with purplish reflections in its youth. Intense scent, rich in fruity aromas as cherry and blackberry, well integrated with floral notes of red rose. Well balanced, slightly savoury, with oak hints.

    $30.95
  • Castello-di-Verrazzano-Chianti-Classico-375ml

    Castello di Verrazzano Chianti Classico 375 mL 2017

    Red ruby colour with purplish reflexes in its youth. Intense scent, rich in fruity aromas as cherry and blackberry, well mixed with flower notes of red rose. Well balanced, slightly savoury, with oak hints.

    $21.95
  • Castello-di-Verrazzano-Chianti-Classico-Riserva

    Castello di Verrazzano Chianti Classico Riserva 2015

    Produced only in the best vintages, the “Riserva” is one of the most representative wines of the winery, and it is the top expression of Sangiovese own characteristics. Red garnet colour, scent with red fruit aromas, followed by notes of tobacco, black pepper and sweet wood, which become more complex and delicate with the ageing

    $49.95
  • Chateau Les Barraillots Margaux 2016

    Chateau Les Barraillots Margaux 2016

    Chateau Les Barraillots is the last small wine producer in the village of Margaux and one of only a few “Crus Artisans” in the Margaux appellation. The vineyard was purchased from Palmer and Durfort in 1928 and 1933. It is situated among the highest elevations in the commune and the soil type is permeable gravel. The modest house and winery are a quarter of a mile away, on the outskirts of town. The Martin family used to raise dairy cows there, not only for the income derived from the milk, but also for the manure used in the vineyard. Yannick Martin, who took over from his father in 2014, still uses exclusively cow manure as fertilizer, today, though the cattle are gone from the property.

    $47.95
  • Chateau-Les-Vieux-Ormes-Lalande-de-Pomerol

    Chateau Les Vieux Ormes Lalande de Pomerol 2016

    Lalande de Pomerol is an emerging satellite to the more famous Pomerol. Once considered the poor cousin to Pomerol, Lalande has garnered considerable attention over the past 20 years. A small stream, the Barbanne, is all that separates the two zones, yet many of the vineyards within Lalande share the same geology with Pomerol.

    $31.95
  • Coastal-Vines-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    Coastal Vines Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

    The Coastal Vines Cabernet Sauvignon is a dark, plum-colored wine. Aromas of berries and toast open up to flavors of ripe, red raspberries, plums, and vanilla on the palate, culminating in a smooth, fruity finish.

    $17.95
  • Coastal-Vines-Chardonnay

    Coastal Vines Chardonnay 2019

    This Chardonnay is pale lemon with aromas of smoked oak and citrus. These flavors carry onto the palate in a burst of apples, oak, and a hint of orange blossom. The finish is toasty.

    $17.95
  • Coastal-Vines-Pinot-Noir

    Coastal Vines Pinot Noir 2016

    Pale ruby colour. On the nose there is classic California Pinot character with blackberry, cherry, cola and leather. The soft vanilla tones from the oak blend perfectly with the intense fruit core and soft tannins, providing complexity and balance and leading to a lingering finish.

    $17.95
  • Codorniu-Anna-de-Codorniu-Brut-Reserva

    Codorniu Anna de Codorniu Brut Reserva

    Produced using the Tradtional Method of sparkling wine production, and aged for at least 15 months on lees, making this a Reserva Cava.

    $19.25
  • Codorniu-Cuvee-Barcelona-1872-Brut-Rose

    Codorniu Cuvee Barcelona 1872 Brut Rose

    Cuvee Barcelona 1872 Brut Rose pays tribute to Cordoniu origins, commemorating the year in which Josep Raventos crafted the first bottle of Cava. This exceptional Cava is draped in a bottle inspired by Spain’s famous modernist stained glass windows of Gaudi.

    $19.25
  • Colognole Chianti Rufina 2016

    Colognole is based in the small Chianti Rufina region, which accounts for just 3% of total Chianti production. Rufina is known for possessing the highest elevation vineyards in Chianti which explains why it is slightly cooler than Classico. The wines are also known to be very age-worthy.

    $21.50
  • Colognole-Riserva-Del-Don-Chianti-Rufina

    Colognole Riserva Del Don Chianti Rufina 2015

    The name Riserva del Don was chosen to reflect that this wine is produced using the best quality Sangiovese grapes from the estate. In Southern Italy, from whence the family originated, tradition held that the “Don” (property owner) was to be gifted a small, but premium part of each vintage.

    $33.25
  • Domaine-Alain-Michelot-Nuits-Saint-Georges-Vieilles-Vignes

    Domaine Alain Michelot Nuits Saint Georges Vieilles Vignes 2016

    The Domaine Alain Michelot is a Nuits-Saint-Georges specialist: of the domaine’s eight hectares, 7.5 are in Nuits. Winemaking is now run by Alain’s daughter Élodie Michelot, who has brought a feminine touch to the wine. She has concentrated on bringing finesse and elegance to the wines, without sacrificing the power of the terroir.

    $99.95
  • Domaine-Claudie-Jobard-Pommard

    Domaine Claudie Jobard Pommard 2017

    Claudie Jobard has an enviable pedigree when it comes to viticulture. Her mother, Laurence Jobard, is considered one of the best enologists in France. She was winemaker for Joseph Drouhin for over twenty years and was known for the esteemed wines she made under her father’s name (Gabriel Billard). Claudie’s father, Roger, was a pépiniériste viticole (a nurseryman producing vines), descended from generations of experts in this field that was the family business. Claudie, the 8th generation in her family, currently makes small quantities from the fruit of her family’s vineyards. She is also technical director for Remoissenet.

    $98.95
  • Domaine-de-la-Guicharde-Massif-dUchaux-Cuvee-Genest

    Domaine de la Guicharde Massif d’Uchaux Cuvee Genest 2017

    The wine shows moderate to deep ruby red colour, with an almost purple hue indicative of its youth. A complex and rich mix of aroma’s, including black cherry, tapenade (black olive puree) crab apple, plum, cranberry and stewed strawberry fruit, with subtle licorice and mint. On the palate, the wine mirrors the nose, although the fruits tend to show a little more of a black nature than the pretty nose would imply. Some salty, black licorice notes on the finish, as well as a bit of alcoholic weight (14.5%).

    $22.95
  • Domaine de la Villaudiere Sancerre 2019

    Sancerre, in the upper Loire Valley, is the benchmark for Sauvignon Blanc in Europe — crisp and fruity, with racy acidity. The soil is composed of limestone and fossilized seashells, which gives the wine an unmistakable minerality.

    $32.95
  • Domaine-de-la-Villaudiere-Sancerre-Heritage-Red

    Domaine de la Villaudiere Sancerre Heritage Red 2017

    With a deep, intense ruby hue, the wine opens with an expressive, harmonious blend of grilled, smoked and toasted aromas with fruity notes (ripe dark berries). On the palate, the wine shows beautiful silky, velvety body with the same lovely blend of red fruit aromas and melted nuances created by well-integrated oak. With structure and a long red fruit aftertaste, this Sancerre should only be enjoyed after 12 months of aging.

    $33.95
  • Domaine-Gerard-Courbis-Saint-Joseph

    Domaine Gerard Courbis Saint Joseph 2018

    The Saint Joseph of Ludovic Courbis is both vibrant and spicy. Produced from vines that average 30 years, the result is a wine that is elegant and offers mouthwatering blackberry and currant flavors nuanced by earthen shades of forest floor, mushroom and game. It’s a complex yet juicy, punchy wine with mouth filling, fine-grained tannins, fresh acidity and tinges of bitter chocolate and coffee extend a long, precise finish.

    $46.95
  • Domaine-Lapalus-Macon-Milly-Lamartine-White

    Domaine Lapalus Macon Milly Lamartine White 2019

    Made from Chardonnay grown on limestone soil. Good complexity, lemon and fresh pineapple aromas. Spice notes. On the palate there are white floral notes. Vibrant acidity. Good minerality. A fine and precise wine . Very pleasant from now on. Very good with fish and seafood.

    $27.90
  • Domaine Magellan Merlot vdp 2018

    Planted in the seventies, makes it one of the oldest Merlot vineyards in the Languedoc! The winemaking followed a classic pattern without over-extraction. No oak was used, although the wine was aged in concrete tank for 20 months. Of course it is a Merlot, but it is primarily a wine from the domaine’s sandstone terroir: spicy smoky, with a great richness and smooth tannins.

    $18.90
  • Domaine-Ouled-Thaleb-Syrocco

    Domaine Ouled Thaleb Syrocco 2018

    The brainchild of Crozes Hermitage (Northern Rhone, France) superstar Alain Graillot, this wine is produced at the modern winery of Thalvin, not far from Casablanca, Morocco! The idea for Syrocco was born while Alain Graillot was vacationing in Morocco. Alain realized how the terroir of this region mirrored his vineyards in the Northern Rhone. A collaboration was born between Alain and the modern winery of Domaine Ouled Thaleb and the result was Syrocco.

    $29.95
  • Domaine-Robert-Vic-Mas-de-la-Source-Sauvignon

    Domaine Robert Vic Mas de la Source Sauvignon 2020

    A softer sauvignon blanc, showing the influence of the warmer south of France. Green apple, citrus and tropical fruit aromas and flavours. Good, but not overpowering finish with softer acid profile and a clean finish.

    $17.00
  • Domaine-Saint-Michel-Cotes-du-Rhone

    Domaine Saint Michel Cotes du Rhone 2019

    An outstanding cuvee from a small family estate, in a fantastic vintage. Run by the Boyers from their Medieval fortified house in the Rhone valley. A delicious, classic red from southern Rhone. Made from Grenache, Syrah and Carignan, it is fresh and fruity.

    $19.50
  • Domaine-Thenard-Givry-Cellier-aux-Moines

    Domaine Thenard Givry Cellier aux Moines 2016

    With a southerly exposure, this 3.22 hectare vineyard is a mix of clay and lime. Oak barrels are used in fermentation bringing about soft and subtle tannins. The “Cellier aux Moines” parcel is very old with records dating back to 1258. With a terrific currant color, and a rich, intense fruit bouquet with aromas of ripe dark berries, this Pinot Noir has lots of sweet, pure fruit on the palate. It is a beautifully balanced, velvety wine that offers good power, backend persistence and a lingering finish. This is a wine that can be enjoyed after a long aging period.

    $51.70
  • Double-Canyon-Horse-Heaven-HIlls-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    Double Canyon Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

    The 2017 vintage marks the first year that Double Canyon wines were produced entirely at their new state-of-the-art facility adjacent to Red Mountain. The 2017 growing season provided typical excellent growing conditions for Cabernet Sauvignon. The Horse Heaven Hills experienced significant moisture accumulation in the early spring, and tapered off significantly as the season progressed, which provided perfect conditions for bloom and fruit set. Post veraison temperatures provided enough heat to encourage adequate sugar development. Ideal berry sizes resulted in excellent extraction, producing wines with great depth and concentration.

    $32.95
  • Fattoria-Conca-dOro-Prosecco-Millesimato-Conegliano-Extra-Dry

    Fattoria Conca d’Oro Prosecco Millesimato Conegliano Extra Dry 2019

    This is a superb example of Prosecco Superiore. The grapes grow on the beautiful hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, a unique and incomparable place. The particular composition of the soil, the lay of the land and the rolling hills and valleys which are blessed with a favourable climate influenced by the mountains and the sea, all contribute to making an intensely aromatic Prosecco with a distinctive and elegant flavour. Fresh and fruity with green apples, grapefruit, banana and floral notes of acacia. Follows through with good acidity, making it fresh, harmonious and velvety.

    $22.60
  • Fenocchio Barolo 2016

    Light garnet colour with a very perfumed nose of black cherry, stewed strawberries, roses, black licorice and a hint of cedar. The palate is dry, medium bodied with firm tannins and well-balanced acidity. The finish is quite long with lingering notes of black licorice.

    $64.95
  • Gaia Agiorgitiko

    Gaia Agiorgitiko 2018

    Agiorgitiko (ah-your-YEE-TEE-ko) is Greece’s most important red varietal, and at its best on the elevated hillside vineyards of Koutsi in the Appellation of Nemea (Peloponnese, Greece). Greece is often perceived as a hot nation, most capable of producing white wines on many of its idyllic islands. But in fact, much of the country is mountainous and in many parts of Greece the climate is continental, with hot summers and cold, even snowy, winters. Nemea, given its elevation, is such a place.

    $23.95
  • Gaia Assyrtiko Thalassitis 2019

    This unique wine is produced on the island of Santorini. The vines are planted on a 15-degree slope facing East and Southeast on transferred pumice stone soil. The wine is made from the Assyrtiko grape and is light and aromatic. Only free run must is used, which is then fermented for approximately days at 15C. The resulting wine is almost white in color, bone-dry, with strong character, eliciting considerable structure, with crisp acidity, distinctive minerality and delicate honeysuckle aromas.

    $46.50
  • Gaia-Monograph-Assyrtiko

    Gaia Monograph Assyrtiko 2019

    The grapes for the Monograph Assyrtiko come from vineyards located in the semi-mountainous Koutsi region of Nemea. Unlike the bone-dry, volcanic soils of its native Santorini, the calcareous soils of mainland Greece impart an entirely different character to the varietal, giving it a wider range of exotic fruit flavors and aromas. This is a youthful, intensely fruity Assyrtiko, with a bouquet of honeysuckle and citrus fruit and a refreshing acidity on the palate.

    $21.95
  • Gaia-Notios-Red

    Gaia Notios Red 2019

    Made from Agiorgitiko from the Nemea region. There are three levels of this grape in the Gaia range and this is their easy drinking / entry level version. A soft fruity wine that has lots of plum flavours with violet, and almost musky, lift to it. Nice and very easy to drink.

    $19.50
  • Gaia-Notios-White

    Gaia Notios White 2019

    Notios means ‘from the south’, a name chosen to prove that times have changed in the southern Mediterranean when it comes to fresh white wines.

    $19.15
  • Graceland-Vineyards-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    Graceland Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

    Blackberries wrapped in dark chocolate are abundant in this most elegant and stylish Cabernet, with superior fruit expression and structured tannins. A well defined, European style Cabernet, from the best area in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Intense color and long finish bookend this exceptional wine.

    $32.35
  • Icario-Vino-Nobile-di-Montepulciano

    Icario Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2015

    Under new ownership, the 2015 has been completely transformed, relative to earlier vintages. Famed enologist, Franco Bernabei has decided to cut yields in half, employ new barrique in the wine’s maturation, and determined that the Sangiovese should represent 90% of the blend, rather than 80% as in earlier versions of this wine.

    $44.95
  • iGreco-Cata-Gaglioppo

    iGreco Cata Gaglioppo 2017

    iGreco wines are guided by the highly regarded Italian enologist, Riccardo Cotarella. As a result, “Cata” is a fleshier, silkier example of the usually heavy Gaglioppo variety, Catà is the perfect introduction to Calabrian wines. Six months in barrique gives a velvety roundness to the wine and a burst of spicy red fruits and chocolate notes come through on the palate and linger on the finish.

    $21.95
  • James-Mitchell-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    James Mitchell Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

    Full-bodied and fruit forward, this robust and flavourful wine is all about honest to goodness ripe blackberry and dark cherry, warm spice, smoky mocha and vanilla from oak aging. The tannins are well-integrated and the finish is nice and long.

    $21.50
  • Kingston-Estate-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    Kingston Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

    As one of Australia’s oldest wine producing regions, the Clare Valley with its warm days and cooling afternoon and night breezes, is synonymous for producing slow ripening complex wines. A fine, deep red wine with aromas of blackcurrant fruits, complemented by herbaceous mint and layers of toasty oak. The palate abounds with ripe dark fruits, lifted spice and firm tannins.

    $19.50
  • Kingston-Estate-Chardonnay

    Kingston Estate Chardonnay 2019

    A crisp, vibrant Chardonnay exhibiting the classic regional qualities and elegant structure typical of the cool climate Limestone Coast.

    $18.75
  • kingston-estate-echelon-collection

    Kingston Estate Echelon Shiraz 2018

    Black cherries and vanilla with liquorice and spice on the nose. Velvety tannins and hints of dark chocolate give way to a harmonious palate of rich berry fruits and pepper with a lingering and refined finish.

    $32.00
  • Kingston-Estate-Merlot

    Kingston Estate Merlot 2019

    Clare Valley is one of Australia’s oldest wine producing areas. The unique combination of geography, geology and climate is synonymous for producing high quality wines. The 2019 vintage was dominated by drought conditions, resulting in early ripening of high quality fruit.

    $19.25
  • Kingston-Estate-Shiraz

    Kingston Estate Shiraz 2019

    Now sourced exclusively from Kingston Estate’s vineyard in Clare Valley, this wine is superb. Clare Valley is one of Australia’s oldest wine producing areas. The Clare’s combination of geography, geology and climate is synonymous for producing high quality wines. The 2019 vintage finished with smaller berry size and lighter crops as a result of lower than average rainfall.

    $18.95
  • Kupelwieser Alto Adige Pinot Grigio 2019

    Kupelwieser Alto Adige Pinot Grigio 2020

    From Italy’s northernmost, but highly acclaimed region of Alto Adige, one gets to experience the best of two worlds, with Mediterranean and Alpine climatic conditions coming into play. This wine shows crisp and refreshing Pinot Grigio handcrafted by award-winning winemaker Peter Zemmer. The grapes are sourced from vineyards on the valley floor of the ‘Lowlands’ of Alto Adige. Zemmer’s low-yield approach in the vineyards results in a complex, dry white wine which reveals flavors of citrus and pear with nuances of mineral, all showcased by a lengthy finish.

    $20.95
  • La-Quercia-Montepulciano-dAbruzzo

    La Quercia Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2017

    La Querica (The Oak). This Montepulciano is a great example of what happens when you match low-yield winemaking expertise with a prolific growing zone, and constantly cut, cut, cut back the vines. Made by winemaker Antonio Lamona, the result is one of the best quality, most expressive and balanced Montepulcianos around. Full-bodied, smooth, and packed with notes of blackberry, wild cherry, chocolate and spice. This is a flavourful versatile wine that will pair with anything you put on the table .

    $21.95
  • Luigi-Righetti-Amarone-della-Valpolicella-Classico

    Luigi Righetti Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 2016

    Righetti’s Amarone is produced from selected Corvina (70%), Rondinella (20%) and other indigenous varietals (10%) grown in the hills of the Valpolicella Classico DOC. The finest bunches of ripe grapes are placed in shallow, wood crates and left to dry over a period of 3-5 months. Thereafter, the grapes are pressed, the juice is fermented to dryness, and the wine is aged in large casks of Slavonian oak.

    $35.75
  • Luigi-Righetti-Campo-Tordi-Corvina

    Luigi Righetti Campo Tordi Corvina 2019

    Comprised of 100% Corvina, the primary varietal in wines such as Valpolicella Classico and Amarone della Valpolicella. Unlike these traditional wines, however, Campo Tordi is fermented in temperature controlled, stainless steel tanks as opposed to neutral Slavonian oak barrels. The result is a fresher more fruit driven expression of the Corvina grape. Look for notes of bright, red cherry fruit with a subtle bitter almond on the finish. Light tannins, balanced acidity. 12.7% alc

    $16.20
  • Luigi-Righetti-Campolieti-Valpolicella

    Luigi Righetti Campolieti Valpolicella 2018

    Medium ruby; intensely aromatic nose with strawberry, dried cherry, currants and hints of leather, autumn leaves and asian spice; dry, medium-bodied with classic ripasso flavours, a ripe, round palate and some wood tannins bringing complexity to the long and satisfying finish. 13.8% alc

    $21.95
  • Luigi-Righetti-Capitel-de-Roari-Amarone

    Luigi Righetti Capitel de Roari Amarone 2016

    All Amarone is the result of drying the grapes for 3 to 5 months prior to pressing. Capitel de Roari is Righetti’s premium amarone, coming from the best grape selection, and receiving delicate oak treatment.

    $41.20
  • Luigi-Righetti-Capitel-de-Roari-Amarone-375ml

    Luigi Righetti Capitel de Roari Amarone 375 mL 2016

    A well-balanced of Amarone that still exhibits much of the dark fruit flavours, earth and meaty components expected of this DOC. Aromas of black cherry and prunes joined by beefy and earthy aromas. Moves along the palate nicely with a mix of dark and dried fruit with some meatiness on the finish. Elegant but exhibiting good concentration. You will not find many wines at this price and quality.

    $20.85
  • Luigi-Righetti-Pinot-Grigio

    Luigi Righetti Pinot Grigio 2020

    Pinot Grigio is one of the top, internationally renowned Italian grape varietals and has become one the most highly regarded Italian white wines. Unlike many Pinot Grigio, Righetti’s shows good mid-palate weight and fruit concentration. The nose has floral aromas with overtones of pistachios and just a hint of honey. The palate is soft and round with a long, clean citrus finish. Starting in 2017, Pinot Grigio from Veneto has the option of being labeled as DOC, and Luigi Righetti chose to do so as a means of guaranteeing quality. 11.9% alc

    $16.45
  • Luigi-Righetti-Recioto-della-Valpolicella-Classico

    Luigi Righetti Recioto della Valpolicella Classico 2018

    Sweet and rich of fruit flavors. Cherries on the nose mixed with spices and hints of licorice. Well rounded tannins that gives velvety structure.

    $29.95
  • Luigi Righetti Ripasso Selezione 2018

    This is Luigi Righetti’s premium Ripasso, which is a selection of the best Valpolicella which is then macerated for 14 days on the skins from the Amarone. The sugars in the Amarone skins trigger a second fermentation, boosting the alcohol a bit and contributing some some rich, dried fruit flavours to the finished wine. It is then aged in small oak barrels for smoothness and adding notes of vanilla and spice.

    $24.95
  • luigi-righetti-sognum-cabernet-sauvignon

    Luigi Righetti Sognum Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

    This wine is inspired by the appassimento process used to produce the famous Amarone della Valpolicella. Because of the unusual production methods (for Cabernet Sauvignon anyway) this wine is somewhat different than Cabernet from California or Chile. Appassimento (the drying of grapes for about 40 days prior to pressing) gives the wine a concentrated, uniquely Veronese signature. Following the pressing of the dried grapes, fermentation takes place in French oak barrels where the wine remains for 6 months and spends an additional 6 to 8 months in bottle before release.

    $22.95
  • Luigi-Righetti-Valpolicella-Classico

    Luigi Righetti Valpolicella Classico 2018

    Valpolicella is the quintessential pizza and pasta wine, grown in the Veneto region of Italy, just north of Verona. Aromatic wine with cherries and a hint of almond. Lighter-bodied and predominantly fruity, it shows unusually good fruit concentration for Valpolicella, with lovely cherry fruit flavours, violets and a hint of white pepper.

    $16.20
  • Majolini-Franciacorta-Brut-nv

    Majolini Franciacorta Brut

    Franciacorta is one of the best-kept secrets among lovers of traditionally made sparkling wine. Champagne and Cava are fairly well understood in our market: Franciacorta less so. Not to be outdone, the region stipulates the wine must receive longer lees contact than the minimum required for Cava and Champagne. A case in point is this Brut, which receives 36 months of aging on lees before disgorgement.

    $41.95
  • Marcel-Cabelier-Cotes-du-Jura-Trousseau

    Marcel Cabelier Cotes du Jura Trousseau 2017

    Pale, cherry red coloured wine which shows distinct aromas of strawberry jam, ripe raspberries, violets, tea and spice. The palate is very juicy and refined with notes of red fruits and underbrush and a lingering, mouth watering finish. This is a great summertime red that won’t weigh you down at the table. It is best enjoyed lightly chilled (between 13 and 16 degrees).

    $25.95
  • montepeloso-a-quo

    Montepeloso A Quo 2018

    The wines of Fabio Chiarelloto, owner and winemaker of Montepeloso, are some of the most highly praised wines from the Tuscan coastal zone of Maremma. The Etruscan coast is warmer than inland Chianti, which has led to greater varietal diversity.

    $36.95
  • nua-brut-vino-spumante

    Nua Brut – vino Spumante

    The Nua Brut is from one of Italy’s top Prosecco producers. Located in Milan, they have produced for us a special spumante to fit the price and style required. Although it is not 100% Glera (the Prosecco grape), we actually think it is a lot better as they have added Pinot Noir to our blend to give it more seriousness and some suggestive red fruit notes. This wine shows vibrant red apples, ripe citrus, honey and hazelnuts with a hint of toasty brioche. The bubbles are persistent and mouth filling and the wine finishes clean. A great bubbly at a fantastic price.

    $15.10
  • Racine-Pinot-Noir

    Racine Pinot Noir 2019

    Made from Pinot Noir grown at vineyards located between 300 and 400 metres in Limoux (Languedoc). While the Languedoc is not generally accepted as ideal for Pinot Noir, Limoux is an exception. The higher elevation, and therefore cooler vineyards, and considerable distance from the Mediterranean, makes the terroir quite different from the rest of the Languedoc. The region is renowned for using the cooler growing zone for sparkling wine production, long before the creation of Champagne.

    $21.50
  • Raimat-Albarino

    Raimat Albarino 2019

    Raimat’s “Saira” Albarino is named after the Spanish word for the log-necked, graceful storks which frequent the Catalan area, Costers de Segre.

    $17.95
  • Raimat-Clamor-Tinto

    Raimat Clamor Tinto 2018

    Clamor is the name given to the vineyards that are managed organically, in the lower part of the hillside, closer to the ocean.

    $18.95
  • Raimat-Rosada

    Raimat Rosada 2020

    Mostly Cabernet Sauvignon with some Tempranillo.

    $17.00
  • Sandhill-Pinot-Gris

    Sandhill Pinot Gris 2018

    Sourced from the King Family Vineyard close to Naramata and Hidden Terrace Vineyard just north of Oliver. Grapes grown in cooler soils have a more intense and edgy fruit character with a certain amount of fresh liveliness to them.

    $19.20
  • Sandhill-Syrah

    Sandhill Syrah 2018

    100% Syrah harvested from Sandhill Estate, and Hidden Terrace Vineyards in the southern Okanagan Valley and from Vanessa Vineyard in the Similkameen Valley.

    $19.20
  • Schola Sarmenti Primitivo Critera 2018

    This wine is produced from 25 year old bush vines harvested by hand. Despite its youth, this wine really delivers on the palate, bursting with sumptuous dark cherry and blackberry fruit. Rich, round, juicy, and expressive with a silky edged finish. Drink now, but be sure to save a few bottles to see how it develops.

    $21.95
  • Schola Sarmenti Roccamora 2018

    Schola Sarmenti Roccamora 2018

    Made from 100% Negroamaro 30-year-old vines, handpicked and aged in stainless steel. This wine is fresh and easy drinking. An explosion of spice, leather and tobacco on the nose, the palate follows through with a velvety texture, light tannins and a slightly bitter aftertaste. 13.5%

    $22.95
  • Seghesio Rockpile Zinfandel 2017

    Seghesio Rockpile Zinfandel 2017

    Aromas of currant, cassis and spice box give way to a palate of freshly picked ripe cherry and hints of earth. Fine tannins, an elegant mouthfeel and focused acidity lead to a long finish, creating a delightful wine to pair with cured meats, duck confit, and roasted pork loin, as well as cream-based pastas and semi-soft cheeses. 15.4%

    $79.90
  • Septima-Malbec

    Septima Malbec 2018

    Located in the famous Argentine region of Mendoza, the Septima Malbec is produced from hand-picked grapes. It is matured mainly in stainless steel tanks with about 15% of the volume aged in French and American oak barrels. In the glass, the wine is a clean, bright red with purple streaks.

    $17.00
  • Septima-Obra-Malbec

    Septima Obra Malbec 2019

    Obra Malbec is from the winery’s Reserva line which highlights terroir and grape selection. Handpicked lots from different vineyards located in Lujan de Cuyo and Vallle de Uco give this wine a unique profile. Elevation and a variety of soils contribute to an ideal microclimate, one of the best in Mendoza.

    $24.95
  • Sinopie-Chianti-Superiore-DOCG

    Sinopie Chianti Superiore DOCG 2018

    Sinopie refers to the guide lines that artists drew on the walls in preparation to paint large fresco’s. Our own guide lines for making Sinopie Chianti are the crispness of its fruit, the vibrancy of acidity and its genius for pairing with foods. Such is the Sangiovese in the style of Classic Chianti.

    $17.95
  • Six Rows Shiraz 2019

    Medium/dark red with a vibrant purple hue. The nose has a lifted bouquet with the Shiraz fruit expressing hints of plum, clove and pepper. Notes of vanilla and mocha have been added from the use of oak. On the palate the fruit from the nose follows with the luscious flavours of plum and vanilla giving the wine a long, lingering finish.

    $16.15
  • SPW_Lyndenhurst_Cab_vin2017_LabelSpottswoode-Lyndenhurst-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    Spottswoode Lyndenhurst Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

    Part of Spottswoode’s storied history inspired the name Lyndenhurst, a tribute to the fragrant linden trees that still bloom in the gardens today. Lyndenhurst Cabernet Sauvignon is a dynamic and inviting wine made from grapes grown in the Estate Vineyard blended with those from other acclaimed family-owned vineyards. Aged for 20 months in mostly French with some Hungarian oak ( 57% new).

    $139.95
  • Te Mania Hawkes Bay Syrah 2019

    Te Mania Hawkes Bay Syrah 2019

    Lovely dark berryfruit and peppery aromas with some spice and earthy notes. The palate shows vibrant dark berryfruit with spicy / peppery notes supported by fine tannins and a long finish. Excellent drinking with game and other red meat dishes. A stylish cool climate Syrah. This wine is suitable for a vegan diet.

    $33.95
  • te-mania-sauvignon-blanc

    Te Mania Sauvignon Blanc 2019

    Sauvignon Blanc is ideally suited to the Nelson region where a combination of warm, sunny days and cool autumn nights, help to create the intense varietal flavours for which this flagship New Zealand wine is recognised.

    $22.05
  • Tenuta-Ponte-alle-Ruote-Chianti-Colli-Senesi

    Tenuta Ponte alle Ruote Chianti Colli Senesi 2018

    In the shadow of the famous Towers of San Gimignano, Tuscan estate Le Rote makes a wonderfully charismatic Chianti Colli Senesi from 100% Sangiovese. It has rich, chewy dark fruit, ripe tannins, yet finishes very dry and clean. Remarkably, this wine was aged a full 1.5 years before release, a very rare and determined decision for a non-riserva Chianti — and the results show in the bottle. Smooth, black-cherry and sweet tobacco linger on a faint, pleasant finish that is touched off by just the right hint of oak. Lovely.

    $19.95
  • Vinedos-Terranoble-CA1-Carmenere

    Terranoble CA1 Carmenere 2016

    Given the evident climatic differences throughout the narrow territory of Chile, Terranoble wanted to explore this diversity in the CA project: 100% Carmenere that, under similar conditions of vinification, production and aging, show different characteristics based on the influence of either the Andes or the Coast.

    $54.95
  • Vinedos-Terranoble-Cabernet-Sauvignon-Reserva-Especial

    Terranoble Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva Especial 2018

    The Colchagua Valley is considered by many to be Chile’s equivalent to Napa Valley, with a Mediterranean climate cooled at night by Pacific breezes which help to build complexity in the grapes grown here. Further east, inland toward the foothills of the Andes, vineyards are more influenced by the overnight cooling breezes coming off the Andes. Terranoble’s Cabernet Sauvignon comes from a single vineyard, Los Lingues, which is located in this more eastern stretch of the Valley.

    $18.95
  • Vinedos-Terranoble-Carmenere-Reserva-Especial

    Terranoble Carmenere Reserva Especial 2017

    Terranoble is considered one of Chile’s true ambassadors for the Carmenere varietal. This is a very complex Carmenere for the price, with a rich and balanced combination of fruit and oak. On the nose, red berries, black berries, plums, paprika, smoke and toasted aromas come through. Juicy on the palate, with cherry and chocolate notes in combination with toasted oak. This wine is well structured and full-bodied with smooth tannins and a long finish.

    $18.95
  • Vinedos Terranoble Disidente Naranjo 2019

    Terranoble Disidente Naranjo 2019

    This blend of 87% Pinot Blanc, 13% Pinot Grigio is grown in the Casablanca Valley area of Las Dichas. Grapes were fermented in amphorae with native yeasts. Maceration with the skins lasted three months without temperature control nor addition of SO2, and only with the grapes natural acidity. After three months, the skins were removed and the wine was racked into smaller amphorae.

    $35.95
  • Vinedos-Terranoble-Disidente-Syrah-Tempranillo

    Terranoble Disidente Syrah Tempranillo 2017

    90% Syrah, 10% Tempranillo grown in the Casablanca Valley area of Las Dichas. After a manual selection of bunches, the grapes were destemmed and subject to a cold maceration of 5 days. Fermentation took place in small lots and in terracotta amphorae with very soft manual punch-downs, 3 times per day. 5% of the grapes were fermented with whole clusters. The wine was kept for 14 months: Syrah in untoasted foudre and Tempranillo in amphorae.

    $34.95
  • Vinedos-Terranoble-Sauvignon-Blanc-Reserva

    Terranoble Sauvignon Blanc Reserva 2020

    Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc harvested from the Casablanca Valley. This wine is straw yellow with greenish tones. This Sauvignon Blanc has fruit aromas, that vary from tropical fruits to lime, grapefruits and subtle notes of asparagus. On the palate, it has a fresh and balanced acidity, with flavors of citrus fruits with herbal notes. A fresh wine, with a medium structure and long finish.

    $16.80
  • Terre Gaie Me•Mo Rosso 2017

    The Me-Mo Rosso is Terre Gaie’s interpretation of a modern and dynamic red wine. Fruit forward, rich and mouthwatering, showing generous red fruits complemented by spicy notes giving an overall impression reminiscent mountain herbs (amaro). The fresh and fruity Merlot is bolstered by the complexity contributed by 15% Montepulciano sourced from the winery estate vineyards. Not technically allowed in an Italian wine labeled Merlot, but it makes for a great combination.

    $15.55
  • Terre-Gaie-Pinot-Grigio

    Terre Gaie Pinot Grigio 2019

    Produced from 100% Pinot Grigio grapes grown in the new (since 2017) D.O.C. of “della Venezie”. This area encompasses the Italian provinces of the Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia and the Trento portion of the Trentino-Alto Adige region. Terre Gaie is a family run winery located in the Colli Euganei hills of the Veneto, which are a group of hills of volcanic origin, SW of Padua. Matured in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks, the Pinot Grigio della Venezie is light, dry and refreshing, with fine delicate acacia flower, citrus and nutty aromas. The palate follows through with fresh citrus and green apple notes.

    $14.75
  • Terre-Gaie-Prosecco-DOC

    Terre Gaie Prosecco DOC

    A product of the delicate, fruity, indigenous varietal Glera (formerly called Prosecco). Prosecco sparkling wine is produced using the Charmat Method, whereby the bubbles formed through a secondary fermentation are captured in special tanks, prior to bottling.

    $18.90
  • terre-gaie-vittorio

    Terre Gaie Vittorio 2015

    Named after Salvatore’s grandfather honouring his traditional winemaking techniques. This wine is made in minuscule amounts. This unique blend of Merlot along with the indigenous grapes of Veneto including Corvinone, Pattaresca, Turchetta come together in harmony to produce a fresh, food-friendly, full-bodied but very elegant red with great acidic backbone and pretty aromas including violet, morello cherry, mixed berries along with smoke and savory spice from new and second use barrique maturation.

    $42.85
  • Thread-Count-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    Thread Count Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

    The majority of fruit comes from the floor of the Napa Valley to achieve the richness and elegance, and for structure and complexity, fruit from the rugged mountain slopes is added. The Napa Valley is best known for the combination of long, warm growing seasons with well-drained volcanic soils that create the optimal ripening conditions for Cabernet Sauvignon. By blending these various lots, the wine is rich and well-balanced, a true expression of the Napa Valley. Deep purple with scarlet highlights this wine is bold, layered, and complex. The Thread Count Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley is rich with flavours of blackberry, cedar wood, and espresso.

    $44.95
  • Tuli Chardonnay 2019

    Tuli Chardonnay 2019

    Joe Wagner’s Tuli begins with top tier Chardonnay vineyards growing throughout Sonoma County’s cool Pacific Coast. The diversity of micro climates in Sonoma’s vast coast allows for an amazing opportunity from the start.

    $24.95
  • La Tunella Pinot Grigio

    Tunella Pinot Grigio 2018

    The wine has an intense straw yellow color, evolving to a richer yellow with aging. It has a fruity and fragrant nose evoking aromas of warm bread crust and intense perfume of acacia blossom and ripe tropical fruit. The palate echoes the nose and is elegant, medium-bodied with moderate acidity and delicate hints of yeast. A wine with a decisive character.

    $25.40
  • Tunella Refosco 2018

    An intense ruby red, with violet reflections, taking on a hint of garnet with ageing. A distinctive bouquet, broad, rich, and intense, anchored by fruity and spiced notes of underbrush, wild blackberry, raspberry, cocoa, and tobacco. A full, dry body with substantial structure and a slightly bitter aftertaste. The palate has firm tannins, good acidity with intense fruit and leathery flavours. Subtle vanilla scents intermingle pleasingly with the ensemble of sensations on the palate and nose. The finish is impressively long.

    $29.95
  • Tunella RjGialla 2019

    Tunella RjGialla 2019

    Ribolla Gialla is a great vine native to Friuli, one of the jewels of this beautiful region, renowned for the production of premium wines, especially great whites. Tunella is a winery based in Colli Orientali del Friuli and has always been very focused on indigenous grapes. This Ribolla Gialla “Rjgialla” is a good example of the quality of wine produced by Tunella. It is a wine that proudly retains its roots in Friuli.

    $25.50
  • Tunella Sauvignon 2019

    Tunella Sauvignon 2019

    Sauvignon Blanc from the Colli Orientali in North East Italy, this is has an intense bouquet with scents of sage and tomato leaf blend with delicate notes of melon and yellow pepper. Perfectly balanced, fresh, dry with long aromatic persistence.

    $25.40
  • Venica-&-Venica-Pinot-Grigio

    Venica & Venica Pinot Grigio 2019

    There are few Pinot Grigio’s like Venica’s, an exceptional wine from a single vineyard “Jesera”located in the DOC Collio.  Pinot Grigio (a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir) is not a typical yellow or green skin grape but rather one with a grey-pink to purplish hue – hence “Grigio”.  Extended skin contact gives this wine a wonderful copper hue, very much apparent in the 2019 vintage.   On the nose, the wine shows a complex bouquet that ranges from mimosa to jasmine, acacia, ginger, pink pepper, pear and rennet apple, all wrapped in a frame of citrus and mineral nuances. The palate echoes the lively and savory aromas, creating a refreshing, intense and balanced wine. The finish is long and vibrant with a very slight tannin derived from the skin contact.

    $42.85
  • Villa-di-Corlo-Corleto-Lambrusco-Grasp.-di-Cast.

    Villa di Corlo Corleto Lambrusco Grasp. di Cast. 2019

    Lambrusco is Italian for wild grape. Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro clone is about as good as it gets for this category. Grasparossa refers to both the appellation (in the hills of Modena) and to the clone of Lambrusco. This clone of Lambrusco results in a deeply coloured, more tannic and fuller bodied version of Lambrusco. This wine is a treat!

    $22.60
  • Villa-Mattielli-soave-classico-campolungo

    Villa Mattielli Soave Classico Campolungo 2018

    The result of a semi-late harvest, this is an impressive benchmark Soave Classico. Bright, straw yellow and warm in colour, this wine offers up a perfumed nose with tropical fruit notes. It is medium-bodied, with good structure, with a light acidity which brightens up the palate. Refreshing mineral and citrus on the finish.

    $24.95
  • Villa-Mattielli-Valpolicella-Ripasso-San-Giacomo

    Villa Mattielli Valpolicella Ripasso San Giacomo 2017

    “Ripasso” Valpolicella wines are so named as they are Valpolicella wines which have undergone a second fermentation on the lees of an Amarone della Valpolicella. The result is a wine with a nature that sits somewhere between the entry level Valpolcella and the very robust Amarone.

    $31.95
  • Waterstone-Cabernet-Sauvignon

    Waterstone Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

    With its Bordeaux-like presence, this wine is deep, rich, and lingering. Firm, integrated tannins frame the concentrated, dark fruit (currant, black cherry, wild berry, plum.) Toasty oak and an earthy edge add to the wine’s great complexity. Aromas of cedar oak, currants, black cherries and ripe plums suggest the fruit flavors to come, as does the intense, deep red color of the wine. Dense, mouth-filling cherries, plums, chocolate and tobacco marry with the oak nuances. The firm tannins underlying the wine’s core provide balance, leading to a long, lingering finish.

    $69.95
  • Waterstone Special Select Cabernet Sauvignon Project C 2017

    Waterstone Special Select Cabernet Sauvignon Project C 2017

    The backbone of this Cabernet Sauvignon is derived from the Truchard Vineyard in Carneros, with vineyard sites extending into the lower hillsides of the Mayacamas mountain range. The balance of fruit is sourced from the Suseri Vineyard in Chiles Valley, adding layers of rich fruit to the palate. The small berry clusters and intense fruit from low-yielding vines create a wine with full flavor and longevity.

    $73.95
  • Zahel Bio Blaufränkisch Goldberg 2017

    Zahel Bio Blaufränkisch Goldberg 2017

    Blaufrankisch is Austria’s second most planted red varietal (after Zweigelt, a product of crossing Blaufrankisch and St. Laurent) and it is gaining traction in international circles as an emerging big, rich, red wine when cultivated and vinified correctly. Without doubt, Zahel’s Blaufrankisch is one of the best examples of this varietal, aided by their focus on single vineyard, organically managed vines (in this case the acclaimed Goldberg vineyard), very mature, low yielding vines (57 yr. old vines), along with subtle but important wood aging.

    $51.95
  • Zahel-Gruner-Veltliner-Goldberg

    Zahel Gruner Veltliner Goldberg 2020

    Zahel wines are characterized by a close connection to nature and region, as symbolized by the butterfly on their label. Since 2018 all Zahel wines are certified either organic or Biodynamic.

    $24.95
  • zanatta-vermentino-di-gallura.

    Zanatta Vermentino di Gallura DOCG Renadoro 2019

    Vines are grown all over the island of Sardinia, but it is from Gallura (“stony area” located in northeastern corner) where many of the better wines originate.  The whole island benefits from the briny nature of the strong, sea air, yet Gallura is particularly unique as the soil is build upon a foundation of Granite and the sandy soil which is derived from weathering of the granite hillsides.

    $22.95

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