WINES OF THE WEEK
SOME OF THE BEST WINE DEALS!
Arca Nova Loureiro 2017
Crystal clear with light lemony color. Intense and fruity, tropical fruit aromas of banana and mango. Distinct oral aromas blended in harmony with the abundant fruit. Very nice structure with crispy acidity. The light -enhances the wine freshness.
Domaine Maestracci Rosé 2015
35% Niellucciu, 35% Grenache, 15% Sciaccarellu and 15% Syrah.
Aged one year in stainless steel, then in large foudres (wood barrels) for another year, and finally cellar-aged in bottles for at least six months before release. A great compromise of wine here, something of an amalgamation of a Southern Rhone Grenache-based mix with Tuscan Sangiovese components. Lush nose with lots of black fruit and that unique, identifiable Sangiovese cherry, with tar and scorching earth undertones. Tangy elements in the mouth are a nice surprise that delicate tames the fruit flavors.
Kivelstadt Wondering Sparkling Chenin Blanc 2017
Grape: Chenin Blanc
High in acidity, restrained and focused on freshness above all else, this wine shines with wet stone, Meyer lemon, and grapefruit peel flavors.
Perez Pascuas Vina Pedrosa La Navilla 2012
92 Points James Suckling
Very elegant floral nose here providing evidence of the impressive depth of fruit here. Strawberries, currant and fresh red-berry character, as well as soft spices, spring into action. Sensual and structured. Full to medium body, ripe and soft tannins, vibrant acidity and a long, savory finish. Drink now!
Raywood Merlot 2017
This medium-bodied Merlot has subtle fruit nuances with full berry aromas. Lush and smooth in the mouth, this Merlot is a crowd-pleaser. Enjoy with roasted meat or vegetable dish or for a real treat, try with your favorite barbecued steak recipe!
Vinum Cellars Chardonnay 2016
This complex coastal Chardonnay is medium straw-colored and has a tropical profile, with integrated spice and creamy French oak notes. The aromas displayed are citrusy with Meyer lemon and kumquat and backed with jasmine and clove spices. On the palate, the wine becomes creamier due to malolactic fermentation in French oak which takes the citrusy notes and softens them a bit, adding lychee and white cherry notes.
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