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WINES OF THE WEEK 9/5-9/10!

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WINES OF THE WEEK 9/5-9/10!

Benevelli Piero - "La Costa" Dolcetto D'Alba 2015
Aged 3 months in bottle before release
"The 2015 Dolcetto d'Alba La Costa is powerful, deep and virile in style. A blast of dark cherry, blueberry, smoke and dark spices, all backed up by considerable tannin, hits the palate in this intense, muscular Dolcetto. There is no shortage of personality here."
$13.99

Santa Barbara Verdicchio di Jesi 2016
This stainless steel tank vinified Verdicchio was one of the stars among many, many wines tasted. The perfume is entrancing-at once fresh and rounded, and typical of the grape. There is absolutely no pretension. Pure Verdicchio, vinified and aged with no makeup, with a bit of prickly CO2 left in the bottle to keep it sprightly.
$10.99

Domaine Trotereau - Quincy 2015
Sauvignon Blanc lovers take notice. While the small appellation of Quincy was the second appellation to be recognized by France, it's often overshadowed by its neighbor to the northeast, Sancerre. (Though up until the last half century or so, it was known for offering wines of better quality.) The sandy, silex topsoils over pink limestone are fabulous for Sauvignon Blanc. An absolute must-try, this stunning wine is minerally, bright, and complex and less than $20.
NOW $16.99

WINES OF THE WEEK /5-9/10!

Benevelli Piero - "La Costa" Dolcetto D'Alba 2015
Aged 3 months in bottle before release
"The 2015 Dolcetto d'Alba La Costa is powerful, deep and virile in style. A blast of dark cherry, blueberry, smoke and dark spices, all backed up by considerable tannin, hits the palate in this intense, muscular Dolcetto. There is no shortage of personality here."
$13.99

Santa Barbara Verdicchio di Jesi 2016
This stainless steel tank vinified Verdicchio was one of the stars among many, many wines tasted. The perfume is entrancing-at once fresh and rounded, and typical of the grape. There is absolutely no pretension. Pure Verdicchio, vinified and aged with no makeup, with a bit of prickly CO2 left in the bottle to keep it sprightly.
$10.99

Domaine Trotereau - Quincy 2015
Sauvignon Blanc lovers take notice. While the small appellation of Quincy was the second appellation to be recognized by France, it's often overshadowed by its neighbor to the northeast, Sancerre. (Though up until the last half century or so, it was known for offering wines of better quality.) The sandy, silex topsoils over pink limestone are fabulous for Sauvignon Blanc. An absolute must-try, this stunning wine is minerally, bright, and complex and less than $20.
NOW $16.99


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