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Per Linda Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2013 750ml
Ruby red with violet highlights, the color of this refreshing, food-friendly Montepulciano d’Abruzzo hints at its aroma of purple fruits and wildflowers, both complemented by spice, earth and a touch of minerals. Fresh and harmonious, this ’13 Montepulciano is an affordable, delightful go-to red, especially for summertime. After harvesting, the grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for about two weeks, after which the wine ages in stainless steel for a year before bottling, where it rests for six months before release.
Quattro Mani Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2014 750ml
Ruby red, fresh, fruity, and round, this ’14 Montepulciano d’Abruzzo could be your new go-to red. Bright red fruits, a thrum of earth, a dust of spice, and nicely grippy tannins, distinguish this wine. The name “Montepulciano” can refer to a wine, a place or a grape--this wine is a mono-varietal Montepulciano from the region of Abruzzo, and it’s an emblematic ruby red food-friendly evocation of the DOC bottling. This Montepulciano d'Abruzzo has consulting winemaker Attilio Pagli, a twelve-time winner of Tre Bicchieri awards, to thank for its simple, approachable palate. Balanced, delicious and perfect for coming home and popping a bottle for any occasion, Quattro Mani Montepulciano d'Abruzzo complements uncomplicated comfort foods like pizza or spaghetti Bolognese with pizzazz.
Brigaldara Valpolicella Classico 2017 750ml
Rustic, elegant and food-friendly, this ’17 Valpolicella Classico explodes from the glass with a shower of dark fruits, bright cherries, warm leather, violet petals, and spicy cigar wrapper. This detailed wine unfolds on the palate to reveal a seamless balance of sweet fruits, chewy tannins, and electric acidity--it’s a juicy delight that calls for meals of hard cheeses, grilled meats, tomato-based pastas, or pizza! A blend of 55% Corvinone, 25% Corvina, and 20%, Rondinella deriving from vines planted in the 1970s and 1980s, the wine ferments and ages in temperature-controlled stainless steel.
Lopez de Heredia Vina Cubillo Crianza 2006 375ml
Sophisticated yet sensual, this ’06 Cubillo Crianza explodes with succulent red and purple fruit, baking spices, orange zest, game, fresh-cut herbs and balsamic, and it whooshes across the palate with a profusion of fine-grained tannins that balance its succulent fruit. A blend of 65% Tempranillo, 15 % Garnacho, and the remainder Mazuelo and Graciano, this wine ages for three years in 225-liter American oak barrels before being bottled. Enjoyable now and through the medium term.
Nicolis Valpolicella Classico 2014 750ml
Seductive scents of cherries and berries dance with eucalyptus, anise, black tea, cigar wrapper, and spice--this structured yet succulent Valpolicella practically grabs you by the ears and pulls you to the glass! Dark, juicy fruit mingles with earthy, smoky notes on the palate, where they’re joined by bitter almond and a hint of burned sugar, conveyed in a velvety palate that’s spiked with piquant acidity. A blend of 65% Corvina, 25% Rondinella, and the remainder Molinara, this wine ferments in temperature-controlled stainless steel and ages in large barrels for a classic interpretation of Veneto terroir and traditional winemaking.
Tormaresca Primitivo Torcicoda 2013 750ml
Brooding and powerful, this ’13 Primitivo wraps its succulent cherries and plums in spices, warm cigar wrapper, melted chocolate, violet petals and underbrush. This is a supple, elegant yet muscular wine that balances its sweet fruits with savory elements, its alcohol with vibrant acidity, and its chewy tannins with a silky, mineral-laden mouth-feel. It’s a terrific value at its under $20 price point! Deriving from old-vine Primitivo grown in Tormaresca’s San Pietro Vernotico holdings, the grapes for this wine ferment in stainless steel for about two weeks, and the wine enjoys malolactic fermentation and ten months of aging in oak barrels, resting for eight months in bottle before release.
Livio Sassetti La Querciolina Sangiovese Montecucco 2014 750ml
Rich, earthy and inviting, this ’14 Sangiovese Montecucco bursts with red and blue fruits, warm loam, peppery spices, crushed wildflowers, and a touch of warm saddle leather. The wine whooshes across the palate with considerable verve, showing surprising breadth on the palate, fine-grained tannins, and a succulent finish. Deriving from sandy-soiled vinegards, organically grown Sangiovese grapes macerate for about two weeks in temperature-controlled stainless steel; the wine ages for year in barriques followed by a year in bottle before release.
San Giuliano Barbera Fiore di Marcorino 2010 750ml
San Giuliano, run by Giulio Pastura and wife Mariella, is a collection of vineyards ranging across about seventeen acres in the northeastern Piemonte zones of Roero, Asti, Neive and Barbaresco. The vines range in age from fifteen to sixty years old and benefit from excellent southern sunlight exposure, giving them that robust character that is required to produce amazing Barbera. With a nose that’s earthy and full of spice, this ’10 cru Barbera is gorgeously fruit-forward with blackcurrant and black cherry notes, showing hints of earth and spice on the finish, and its dusty tannins are perfectly balanced with its sprightly acidity. This food-and-wallet-friendly Barbera marries a tiny producer and an affordable price tag together in a fresh, delicious, compelling red that's as enjoyable now with your steak off the grill as it will be with pizza this fall.
Begali Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso 2014 750ml
Fresh, complex, delicious and immediately enjoyable, this ’14 Valpolicella Ripasso layers its sweet red fruits with warm leather, loam, spices, espresso and a kiss of raisined fruits. Elegant and round, this artisanal wine is nonetheless vibrant; it’s a terrific exploration into its vintage and a great introduction to the family-run Begali estate. A Valpolicella Ripasso “passes” through the lees left from the estate’s Amarone, and this one from Begali (a blend of 65% Corvina, 30% Rondinella and the remainder other indigenous grapes) spends at least a year maturing in oak barrel, followed by time in the bottle before release.
Valle Dell'Acate Il Frappato Vittoria 2015 750ml
This charming warm-weather red marries its sweet red and brambly black fruits with savory minerals, peppery spices, underbrush, umami and rose petals. Sprightly yet silky, this ’15 Frappato dances across the palate, energized by bright acidity that lingers on the finish, refreshingly. Deriving from soils locally known as “Milaro,” a combination of calcareous limestone and clay, this wine is crafted from organic grapes using only indigenous yeast; this wine ferments and then ages in temperature-controlled stainless steel to preserve its terroir. A soft, lively red with a medium body, this wine is perfect to serve with hors d’oeuvres, lighter foods and soft cheeses.