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Giuseppe Quintarelli Valpolicella 2011 750ml
Quintarelli’s 2011 Valpolicella is one of the greatest we’ve seen, which is saying a lot. Spicy red and blue berries mingle with warm earth, cigar wrapper, cedar wood, dried rose petals, and underbrush in a seductive, seamless whole. While this wine has a pleasing tannic heft, its bright skein of acidity surprises with a counterweight, and the wine’s lush, sweet fruit is offset by savory minerality--just gorgeous! Crafted from a mélange of indigenous Veneto grape varietals, grapes dry for two months in the appassimento technique before pressing and fermentation. This wine ages for seven years in Slavonian oak botti before bottling, a protocol unheard of in the region but one the estate maintains to create nuanced and structured, complex Valpolicella with some appropriate maturity. An opportunity to experience Quintarelli magic at an affordable price point, this Valpolicella is a true “baby Amarone.”
Paolo Bea Sagrantino di Montefalco Secco Pagliaro 2012 750ml
While 2012 was a sweltering growing year, Bea’s ’12 Sagrantino di Montefalco Secco Pagliaro keeps it balanced, stylish, and supple. Cigar wrapper, fresh loam, baking spices, potpourri, and incense frame the brambly blue and juicy red fruits in this elegant, open-knit Sagrantino bottling. Chewy tannins cling to the cheeks as this wine glides across the palate, delivering savory minerals, sweet fruits, and a bass line of sauvage beauty long into the wine’s lingering finish. While you can enjoy this wine upon release, it’ll drink beautifully for the next decade, likely longer. Deriving from the famed hilltop site of Pagliaro, situated at 1,300 feet above sea level in Montefalco, this mono-varietal Sagrantino macerates for an incredible 48 days; the wine ages in stainless steel for one year, two years in barrels, followed by a year in bottle. Paolo Bea is a standard bearer of Sagrantino, and the estate’s flagship wine consistently delivers terrific complexity and great longevity.
Bouchard Pere et Fils Volnay Caillerets 1er Cru Ancienne Cuvee Carnot 2015 750ml
Delineated yet intense, lifted yet caressing, linear yet balanced, this benchmark Volnay bottling dwells in captivating opposites; it’s an age-worthy wine of outstanding beauty. Pure red and blue fruits dance out of the glass, supported by eucalyptus, crushed river rocks, violet petals, melted chocolate, peppery exotic spices and warm earth. A sturdy mineral core and vibrant acidity propel this ’15 Volnay across the palate, studding the cheeks with polished, fine-grained tannins. You’ll want to wait to enjoy this structured wine--it’ll show its true beauty with about five years of aging. This cuvée culls from the estate’s nine acres of Volnay Caillerets parcels sporting limestone and clay soils; the grapes ferment in small vats for about two weeks, and the wine ages in barrels (60 to 85% new) for ten to eighteen months.
Fontodi Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Vigna del Sorbo 2015 750ml
Sumptuous red cherries and brambly black fruits layer with cigar wrapper, warm loam, licorice, violet petals, exotic spices and sun-warmed rocks in the epic, blockbuster ’15 Vigna del Sorbo. For all its overt richness, this wine unfolds with laser-like precision, revealing copious dry extract, keen acidity, polished tannins, and elegant minerality as it shifts to a kaleidoscopic, lingering finish. Fontodi knocked it out of the park with its ’15 Vigna del Sorbo; enjoyable now with liberal decanting, this wine will drink for years and years to come. This mono-varietal Sangiovese derives from vines that are upwards of 40 years of age, grown on the estate’s southwest-facing Vigna del Sorbo plot; the grapes ferment with natural yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for about a month, and the wine ages for about 30 months in botti grande (about four months longer than is customary) before bottling.
Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte Blanc 2019 750ml
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Brunello Collector Gift Box
Brunello is the wine that put Montalcino on the map, and its palate of juicy red and black fruits, spice, earth, and terroir is beloved by American wine enthusiasts. IWM’s Brunello Collector gift bottle, packaged in an antiqued box, presents one beautiful bottle certain to make the Brunello lover on your list very happy.
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1 x Brunello Selection
1 x Single Bottle Gift Box
Antinori Guado al Tasso 2004 750ml
The 2004 Guado al Tasso is opulent and layered with rich dark fruits, licorice and herbs. Impeccably balanced, the wine is supported by firm, round tannins and a long persistent finish.
Tenute Silvio Nardi Brunello di Montalcino 2012 1.5L
A terrific choice for Brunello fans who love the wine’s trademark bright acidity, this ’12 bottling from Silvio Nardi layers its tart red and blue fruits on a foundation of leather, spices, crushed violet petals and cedar-strewn earth. This wine whooshes across the palate, scattering chewy tannins that stud the cheeks and building to a resonant finish. Structured and balanced, this ’12 Brunello could use a couple of years in the cellar before true enjoyment. A cuvée of grapes grown in Silvio Nardi’s vineyards, the grapes for this Bruenllo ferment in temperature-controlled tanks for about twenty days; the wine in a combination of French oak barriques, both new and used, as well as in botti, and it finishes with six months in bottle before release.
Bodega Chacra Pinot Noir Rio Negro Treinta y Dos 2010 750ml
The 2010 Pinot Noir Rio Negro Treinta y Dos is a perfect fit for Pinotphiles because of its purity, silky texture and lingering nuances of spice and earth, but it also offers classic Barolo enthusiasts a wine that privileges elegance and finesse over extraction and power. Savory herbs, warm earth, new leather and crushed rocks frame this wine’s sweet, lush red and blue fruits and its touches of melted chocolate, spice and cola. Grippy tannins, vivid acidity, and a sneaky spine of savory minerals offset the wine’s sweet fruits as it builds to a savory, dry crescendo. With an unprecedented alcohol level of less than 12%, the ’10 Treinta y Dos stands as its maker's favorite bottling to date. Planted in 1932, Treinta y Dos sports pebbly soils rich in clay and sand; biodynamically grown grapes ferment with natural yeasts in temperature-controlled tanks; the wine ages for two years in barriques (half new) before bottling without fining or filtration.
Antinori Tignanello 2014 750ml
Precise yet welcoming, the ’14 Tignanello bursts with juicy cherries and brambly wild berries, warm cigar wrapper, mocha, fresh loam and smoky minerals. This wine balances its velvety palate with a sturdy mineral core, unspooling on the palate with a silky texture that’s studded with refined tannins. 2014’s Tignanello may not drink for decades, but it is a pleasurable, supple wine for the near term. An ideal blend of 80% Sangiovese, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc, Tignanello changed the Super-Tuscan game. Tignanello derives from a single 140-acre southwestern-facing vineyard of limestone-rich soils; Antinori separately ferments each plot in temperature-controlled stainless steel, ages each plot’s wine in barrels, some new and some used, for about a year, and only then makes the final blend.