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Per Linda Trebbiano d’Abruzzo 2015 750ml
A bright straw color in the glass, this ’15 Trebbiano d’Abruzzo bursts with crushed white flowers, green plums, citrus and herbs--it’s a delicious, food-friendly white that will take you from appetizers to seafood entrees. Structured, nicely acidic and very fresh, this white is the ideal anytime sipper. Deriving from north-facing vineyards with sandy soil, this organically grown Trebbiano d’Abruzzo ferments with natural yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel; it ages for about five months before bottling.
Adam Pinot Grigio 2014 750ml
Your eye may be struck by its kinetic surfer label, your wallet may appreciate its price, but IWM is willing to bet that your palate will love this fresh, zippy, seriously fun Pinot Grigio from Adam. This is no watered-down Pinot; it’s crisp, mineral laden, and kissed with ripe fruit; a lovely golden yellow flecked with cinnamon highlights give illustration to the uniqueness of this pure, fresh, stainless-steel-aged Pinot Grigio. Quaffable, mellow, and intensely perfumed, this true Friulian Pinot Grigio goes down delightfully, offering a lovely complement to a wide variety of summer foods--or as a simple sipper by itself.
Bibi Graetz Casamatta Bianco 2015 750ml
Crushed white flower petals, a kiss of spice, and a spritz of lime frame the sprightly tropical and juicy orchard fruits in the ’15 Casamatta Bianco. At once textured and lively, this wine balances its zesty acidity with a creamy mouth-feel, creating a captivating drinking experience that over-delivers on its modest pricing. A blend of 60% Vermentino with 30% Trebbiano and 10% Moscato, Casamatta Bianco’s grapes ferment separately with natural yeasts; then the component wines are blended, and the finished wine ages in steel and then in bottle before release.
Maculan Pino e Toi 2017 750ml
Crisp orchard fruits and succulent stone fruits dance with crushed river rocks, white flowers, and a touch of spice in this zesty, zippy, and utterly quaffable ’17 Pino e Toi. Aromatic and energetic, this wine shimmers on the palate, powering to a mouth-watering mineral finish that’s touched with notes of tropical fruits. Ideal for appetizers, light lunches, and seafood dishes, this white is a palate-pleasing, wallet-friendly hit. A blend of 60% Tai (the local name for Friulano), 25% Pinot Bianco, and 15% Pinot Grigio grown in limestone-rich, volcanic soils, grapes ferment separately in stainless steel, and the various component wines age for four months in stainless steel before assembling the blend and bottling.
Paul Pernot Bourgogne Aligote 2014 750ml
Vinified entirely in stainless steel, this ’14 Aligoté layers its juicy tropical and citrus fruits over wet river rocks and white wildflowers. It’s a fresh, charming wine for any night of the week, and it pulls you back to the glass with its vibrant acidity and cheek-piquing minerals. Aligoté is known as the “other white Burgundy” because, while it’s not Chardonnay, it still fits within the white Burgundy paradigm. Less expensive, leaner, and fresher, Aligoté holds the minerality of Chablis and the silkiness of Puligny-Montrachet, and this ’14 Bourgogne Aligoté from Paul Pernot might be your new go-to white Burgundy!
Frecciarossa Riesling Gli Orti 2012 750ml
This rich, intense, and satisfyingly tart white bursts with floral notes that frame its orchard and citrus fruits, and its palate complements these aromatics with earthy, mineral and herbaceous nuances. A brisk acidity makes this wine dance across the palate to a finish that’s accented with a bitter almond sharpness. Hints of apricots and tropical fruits, a streak of minerality, and fistfuls of herbs make this white food-friendly, especially for any cream-based dish. Deriving from mineral-rich vineyards located in the Oltrepò Pavese zone, the grapes ferment in temperature-controlled vats, and the wine ages for at least a year before release.
Frecciarossa Pinot Nero Bianco Sillery 2015 750ml
Crushed red berries and white-flesh stone fruits dance with spices, balsamic herbs, and pressed white flowers in this enveloping, lively ’15 Pinot Nero Bianco. This wine layers its silky texture on a sturdy acidic spine, offering a scintillating oscillation between sweet fruit and lively freshness. This food-friendly wine accompanies dishes from cream-based seafood dishes to hard cheeses and sautéed vegetables with aplomb. Only the best grapes are used for Frecciarossa’s whites, including this Pinot Nero, grown in 3.5 acres of calcareous vineyards. After a soft pressing, fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks. A mono-varietal Pinot Nero, or Pinot Noir, this straw-yellow wine is an unusual, complex and vibrant spin on the traditionally red wine grape.
San Giuliano Roero Arneis 2011 750ml
This fresh-faced winsome wine hails from the Roero region of Piemonte, and although “Arneis” means “difficult child,” San Giuliano’s interpretation is anything but churlish. Delicately floral in scent, ripe white peaches and green apples greet your palate, and a mouth-watering acidity finishes the experience, readying you for your next bite of food or sip of wine. Drinking now, delightfully.
Guado al Tasso Bolgheri Vermentino 2014 750ml
Bursting with citrus and orchard fruits, fresh-cut herbs, wet river rocks, and crushed white wildflowers, this ’14 Vermentino exudes freshness, sunlight, and purity. Vibrant and precise, this wine almost glimmers on the palate where it releases a lovely saline minerality as it builds to a nicely acidic finish. Antinori's Guado al Tasso, whose lands range right up to the Tyrrhenian Sea, is an ideal site to coax the best from Vermentino; add the climate and the estate's limestone and granite soils to the estate's winemaking skills, and you've got a recipe for delicious wine. After fermenting each grape lot separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks, the estate assembles and ages a blend that perfectly transmits its Bolgheri terroir.
Eroica Riesling 2015 750ml
Named after Beethoven’s Third Symphony, Eroica reflects a perfect union of its German roots and its Washington State terroir, and this 2015 is a brilliant Riesling bottling! Sweet oranges, vibrant limes, and succulent tropical fruits dance with crushed white flower petals, spices, crushed gravel, and a kiss of petrol in this off-dry Riesling. Balanced and textured, his wine is so energetic that it almost dances across the palate, and it’s structured enough to drink beautifully for the next decade, and it over-delivers on its very modest price point. A cuvée of grapes, the Riesling for this wine derives from Viewcrest Vineyard in the Yakima Valley, as well as the Viewcrest, Lawrence, and Jones Brothers vineyards. Grapes ferment in temperature-controlled tanks, and each lot ages separately with a final blend crafted to reflect balance and typicity.