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Hilberg Pasquero '29.5 Per Alessandra' Barbera d'Alba 2016 750ml
Special Price: $11.99
Named for the length of the lunar cycle, this ’16 Barbera d’Alba is delicious, layering its crisp red and brambly blue fruits with warm tobacco, new leather, violet petals, warm loam, licorice and spices. There’s plenty of Barbera’s trademark acidity, but it’s complemented by lush dry extract, a sweet inner perfume, and a complex, persistent finish--this wine is terrific! Grapes derive from the estate’s southwestern-facing sandy, clayey Barbera vineyard; after fermenting for five days in temperature-controlled stainless steel with natural yeasts, the wine ages for a year in stainless and two months in bottle prior to release.
Hilberg Pasquero Vareij 2016 750ml
Special Price: $17.99
A rare blend of Brachetto and Barbera, Vareij marries floral aromatics with bracing acidity and elegant structure. Fistfuls of rose and violet petals frame the succulent red and blue fruits of the extremely pretty ’16 Vareij; baking spices, newly turned earth, savory minerals and wild herbs provide a compelling backdrop. This wine glides across the palate, gathering a sneaky power as it builds to a balanced, elegant and sustained finish--it’s a sheer delight! Mostly Brachetto with about 40% Barbera, the biodynamically tended grapes ferment for seven to fifteen days in open-top stainless steel, and the wine ages for about a year in stainless steel to preserve the fruit and the terroir.
Prunotto Pian Romualdo Barbera d'Alba 2017 750ml
Special Price: $21.99
A ripe growing year that ended in a crisp harvest, 2017 ended beautifully for Antinori’s team at the Prunotto estate, and the ’17 Pian Romualdo Barbera d'Alba reflects its high quality, low yield vintage in its intense, genial profile and silky texture. Sun-drenched red and black fruits mingle with smoky minerals, violet petals, baking spices, warm earth and melted chocolate in this lip-smacking delicious Barbera. Full-bodied yet balanced, this wine wraps its brambly fruits around a core of minerals and loads its energetic finish with lots of chewy tannins--it’s delicious! Deriving from Barbera vines grown in the estate’s calcium-rich Pian Romualdo plot, the grapes for this wine enjoy temperature-controlled fermentation, and the wine ages for a year in oak casks, followed by four months in bottle before release.
San Giuliano Fiore di Marcorino Barbera d'Alba 2016 750ml
Special Price: $22.99
The ’16 Fiore di Marcorino Barbera d'Alba wraps its succulent cherries and berries around a core of savory earth, saline minerals, and balsamic herbs; peppery spices and subtle wildflower petals round out the entrancing nose. Medium-bodied and brightly acidic, this Barbera glides with a silky feel into its lingering, chocolatey, mineral-laden finish. San Giuliano, run by Giulio Pastura and wife Mariella, is a collection of vineyards ranging across about seventeen acres in the Piemonte zones of Roero, Asti, Neive and Barbaresco. This wine derives from vines ranging from fifteen to sixty years old grown in a southern-facing parcel of limestone marl. This wine ferments for 7 to 10 days in stainless steel and ages in barrels for ten to twelve months before bottling.
Chionetti San Luigi Dolcetto di Dogliani 2010 750ml
Special Price: $25.71
Made with only natural yeasts and vinified entirely in stainless steel, this cru Dolcetto offers pure, unmitigated, Dogliani terroir. Unlike the other two grapes that make up the great triumvirate of Piemontese red wine grapes--Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto--Dolcetto’s aromas tend toward black fruits: black cherries, black plum, black raspberries, all alluded to in the wine’s dark purple color. The sumptuous, juicy 2010 Chionetti Dolcetto di Dogliani San Luigi is intense and brambly, offering bright cherries and berries, dusky earth, fresh-cut herbs, and a nice core of minerality. Supple, fresh, balanced, and offering chewy tannins, this Dolcetto will make you reconsider the grape, and the under $30 price point means you can enjoy it early and often!
La Spinetta Barbera d'Asti 1998 750ml
Special Price: $49.99
Berta Elisi Grappa NV 750ml
Clean, warming, and intense, the Elisi Grappa wafts with scents of chocolate-wrapped cherry, orchard fruits, caramel, toasted nuts and a kiss of spice. This Grappa feels silky and rich in the mouth, suffusing the palate with flavor notes, elegant alcohol, and just a touch of sweetness--it’s a finely balanced liqueur that caps a delicious dinner with deft balance and perfect heat. Crafting the non-vintage Elisi is a two-step process; first, Berta distills the component grape pomaces in copper pots and ages the component wines in oak, and then the distillery assembles a blend of 50% five-year-old Barbera grappa with 25% each eight-year-old Nebbiolo Grappa and three-year-old Cabernet Sauvignon Grappa; after the blend has been composed, the Elisi Grappa ages for a year in oak.
2015 Gaja Barolo Conteisa 750ml
Special Price: $249.99
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Supple, sensual, and expansive, Gaja’s 2015 Barolo Conteisa shows tremendous grace, detail and pure Gaja pleasure. Welcoming aromatics of brambly blue and juicy red fruits, sun-warmed stones, crushed rose petals, pressed wild herbs, and fresh loam burst from the glass of this broad-shouldered Barolo Conteisa. For all its open-knit profile, this Barolo offers chewy tannins and crackles with vivid electricity, which provide lovely balance to the wine’s copious dry extract. Approachable after just a couple of years in the cellar, this intense Gaja Barolo will drink gorgeously for years. Once called a Langhe DOC owing to its Barbera component, Conteisa is, as of the 2013 vintage, a DOCG Barolo--and it’s an intense, highly satisfying return to conventional Barolo. Conteisa gets its name from the medieval Italian word "conteisa," or quarrel, between the zones of La Morra and Barolo over the prime vineyard land of Cerequio. Grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel for three weeks; then the wine ages in both barrique and botti before bottling.
Gaja Sori San Lorenzo Barbaresco 2013 750ml
Special Price: $469.99
Classically structured, brooding, and powerful, the ’13 Sorì San Lorenzo is a towering expression of Nebbiolo. Pure red and blue fruits dance on a bed of fresh-cut herbs, potpourri, crushed rocks, tar and smoke. This is a finessed, gorgeous wine that unfurls on the palate with tantalizing precision as it builds to a lingering finish. The first of the crus to be bottled individually in 1967, Sorì San Lorenzo typically requires the most patience of the three Gaja cru bottlings, but its intense aromatics, velvety mouth-feel and sensuous, complex palate reward a wine-lover’s restraint. 2013 saw the bottling of Sorì San Lorenzo as a mono-varietal Nebbiolo, as Gaja omitted the Barbera component; the grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel; then the wine ages for in a year each in barrique and botti before bottling.
Gaja Sori Tildin Barbaresco 2013 1.5L
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Special Price: $999.99
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Roses and violet petals guide the succulent, pure red fruits in the nose of this gracious, round Sorì Tildìn, and dark notes of licorice, truffles, and warm cigar wrapper provide a fitting complement. This wine is all about its texture; it wraps the palate with a silky feel that’s studded with chewy tannins that linger on the vibrant, persistent finish. The second single-vineyard Gaja expression to be bottled individually in 1970, Sorì Tildìn became a mono-varietal Nebbiolo in 2013, when the estate dropped the Barbera component that the wine had included since the 1996 vintage. The grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel; then the wine ages in a year each of barrique and botti before bottling. Of the three Gaja single-vineyard Barbaresco wines, Sorì Tildin displays the roundest tasting profile, with a rich body, subtle texture, and fine, ripe tannins; in great vintages this wine will develop for decades.