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Cornarea Roero Arneis 2015 750ml
A great alternative to Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc, this dry, crisp Arneis captures the best of these great varieties have to offer, while adding a decidedly Piemonte spin. Aromatic and vibrant, the 2015 Cornarea Roero Arneis bursts with grapefruit, green pears, underbrush, crushed river rocks and white flowers. This wine echoes these notes on the complex, surprisingly weighty palate, and a kinetic acidity and vibrant saline minerality propel it to a lingering, persistent finish. Deriving from organically tended vines grown in mineral-rich sandy soils, the grapes macerate in whole bunches, and the wine ages entirely in neutral stainless steel to preserve terroir. Food-friendly and surprisingly sturdy in structure, this Roero Arneis can accompany a wide range of foods, from Vitello Tonnato to Robiola cheese to BBQ or shellfish; it’s an ideal anytime, anywhere white!
Peter Dipoli Sauvignon Voglar 2009 750ml
Gorgeous exotic fruit, and white floral aromatics mingle in the nose of the ’09 Voglar; on the impressively precise palate, these notes are underlain with an unmistakable minerality. Peter Dipoli’s comprehensive study of terroir has clearly paid off, as his Voglar bottling is beautifully poised and pure. The fruit for this mono-varietal Sauvignon Blanc grows on limestone cliffs, handpicked, and then fermented and aged in acacia casks. This ’09 Sauvignon Blanc presents a lovely alternative to whites of the Loire and Bordeaux and the perfect match to fresh seafood.
Fontodi Meriggio 2015 750ml
Aromatic, elegant, and herbaceous, the ’15 Meriggio, a mono-varietal Sauvignon Blanc, frames its citrus, stone and tropical fruits with cut grass, pressed herbs, crushed river rocks, and white wildflowers. Quite lifted on the palate, this wine blends its bright acidity with savory minerals to offer a dry, balanced white wine that builds to a resonant, lingering finish. Deriving from Fontodi’s organically tended, north-facing La Rota vineyard, this wine’s Sauvignon Blanc grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages on the lees for six months, also in stainless steel. Just over 650 cases made each vintage.
Fontodi Meriggio 2016 750ml
Yellow berries, stone fruits, citrus zest and white flower petals dance on a bed of crushed river rocks and pressed herbs in the zesty, elegant ’16 Meriggio. Nicely weighty yet energetic, this wine fills the mouth with an electric feel, whooshing across the palate with mineral vigor, and building to an herbaceous, clean and lingering finish. Deriving from Fontodi’s organically tended, north-facing La Rota vineyard, this wine’s Sauvignon Blanc grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages on the lees for six months, also in stainless steel. Just over 650 cases made each vintage.
Fontodi Meriggio 2017 750ml
Fontodi's Meriggio is a rare white Super Tuscan, and it puts a textured, sapid spin on Sauvignon Blanc. Aromatic, elegant, and herbaceous, the ’17 Meriggio layers its succulent white flesh and orchard fruits with crushed minerals, candied citrus, and pressed herbs. The palate is nimble yet textured, animated by bright acidity and thrumming minerality, which propel the wine’s lingering, lip-smacking finish. Deriving from Fontodi’s organically tended, north-facing La Rota vineyard, this wine’s Sauvignon Blanc grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages on the lees for six months, also in stainless steel. Just over 650 cases made each vintage.
Fontodi Meriggio 2018 750ml
Fontodi claims that the ’18 Meriggio Bianco is the most complex and freshest that it’s ever seen, and we have to agree--this wine is fascinating! Juicy yet finessed, ripe yet steely, intense yet focused, the ’18 Meriggio has a lot to give white wine lovers, layering its succulent stone and crisp orchard fruits with crushed river rocks, fresh herbs, white wildflowers and a dusting of peppery spices. Weighty yet nimble, this wine whooshes across the palate, propelled by its twin engines of savory minerality and keen acidity, as it builds to a resonant, complex and refreshing finish. Enjoyable upon release, this sophisticated white will drink beautifully over the medium term. Deriving from Fontodi’s organically tended, north-facing La Rota vineyard, this wine is mostly old-vine Sauvignon Blanc blended with about 10% Trebbiano; grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages on the lees for six months, mostly in stainless steel, with a small percentage in amphora. Only 300 cases will be imported to the USA.
Castello della Sala Muffato Della Sala 2009 500ml
Juicy peach nectar blends with orange flower, lemon zest and honey, but it's this wine's enchanting creamy mouth-feel, piquant minerality and dusting of exotic spices that make it special. The product of a perfect, ripe vintage, this intense, dense, balanced ’09 Muffato della Sala rests its ripe stone fruits and citrus zest on a bed of minerals, toasted nuts and spice. Derived primarily from grapes that have realized a considerable degree of concentration and been affected by noble rot, the sweet wines of Orvieto are intense and decadent. Regarded as the most accomplished in its class, Muffato della Sala is 60% Sauvignon Blanc blended with Grechetto, Traminer (also known as Gewurztraminer), and Riesling.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Bianco Secco 2014 750ml
The old Roman adage “baccus amat colles,” or “Baccus loves the hills” is rarely more true than in 2014, which threw cold, rainy weather at Italy’s winemakers; fortunately, the Veneto saw a warm, sunny harvest, which gave Quintarelli a healthy, small crop of intense berries for its Bianco Secco. Classic and crisp, he ’14 Bianco Secco wafts with crushed white flowers, citrus and orchard fruits, a touch of honeyed spice and a nice core of minerals. Fresh yet flavorful, the wine’s palate unfolds with nuance and sophistication, revealing myriad notes and an enchanting inner perfume. Stunning and blonde, Quintarelli’s value-conscious white, Bianco Secco, is a seductive blend of Garganega, Trebbiano Toscano, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Saorin.
Castello della Sala Muffato Della Sala 2011 500ml
The 2011 growing year started cool and sunny but ended hot and dry, which led to a limited yield of healthy, concentrated grapes; the ’11 Muffato della Sala reflects its vintage in its lush aromatics, honeyed texture, and terrific balance. Juicy stone, succulent tropical, and zesty citrus fruits cavort with buttery toffee, saline minerals, pressed flower petals, and kisses of spice in this vibrant yet unctuous wine. Derived primarily from grapes that have realized a considerable degree of concentration and been affected by noble rot, this sweet wine is intense and decadent. Regarded as the most accomplished in its class, in 2011, Muffato della Sala is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Grechetto, Sèmillon, Gewürzraminer, and Riesling, fermented separately before blending and aging for ten months.
Giuseppe Quintarelli Bianco Secco 2016 750ml
Bursting with succulent exotic fruits and honeyed citrus, the ’16 Bianco Secco combines intensity with energy, layering its sweet notes with bitter almond and pressed herbs, and complementing its roundness with a sturdy acidic spine. Complex but accessible, this unexpected white is enjoyable upon release, and it’ll age nicely over the medium term. Though Quintarelli gained its fame with its red wines, especially its iconic Amarone, the estate also crafts a beautiful white, evocative of the Veneto. Stunning and blonde, Quintarelli’s value-conscious white, Bianco Secco, is a seductive blend of Garganega, Trebbiano Toscano, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Saorin deriving from 30-year-old vines grown in mineral-rich soils; grapes ferment in temperature-controlled tanks, and the wine ages in barrel.