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2012 Tramin Pinot Grigio Alto Adige $13.99
This is a richly styled Pinot Grigio produced from low-yielding vineyards in the Alto Adige DOC. The vineyards, located at the foothills of the Dolomite Mountains, enjoy warm days and cool nights which preserve the wine’s acidity and freshness to produce a well-balanced wine. This wine displays a straw color with aromas of citrus fruits, pears, apples, and white flowers. The rich and velvety texture of the wine is balanced by refreshing acidity leading to a long, lingering finish. Fantastic as an aperitif but also a versatile food wine that can complement anything from a simple salad of lightly-dressed greens to richer dishes like seafood quiche.
2011 Motalbera Grignolino “Grigne”
Wine House $15.99 Purchase 3 or more $13.99
91 Points Luca Maroni. This charming Grignolino opens on the nose with fresh cherries, raspberries along with a hint of spices. A refreshing, light bodied wine on the palate this wine offers amazing fresh strawberry, and cherry fruits with a bit of cola berry and tobacco on the back end. Ample, yet refreshing acidity and structured tannins make this a superb example of Grignolino. The wine projects a lovely finish that runs long and soft. Served best when chilled to cellar temperature.
2011 Poderi Morini Savignone Rosso “Centesimino” $13.99
The nose releases immediately in every way; it does not need time to adjust and open. The intense primary aromatics include floral aspects – immense rose, lavender and purple flowers, as well as wild forest fruits such as blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and dark cherries. This wine’s beautiful complexity on the nose is enhanced by the nice, soft palate, good freshness and minerality with delicate tannins. This mid-bodied Centesimino is intense yet has finesse. The finish is a pleasant mix of fruity/floral with a hint of light balsamic. It’s perfect with grilled meats/summer BBQ, pulled pork, pasta with red sauces, braised meats…
2011 Argiano Toscana Non Confunditur
Release Price $24 Wine House $18.99
James Suckling 93 Points. Lots of dark fruit in this wine with a mineral and black licorice character. Full body, with chewy yet polished tannins and a long, long finish. This is rich, powerful and balanced. Extremely well made from a top producer in Montalcino. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Sangiovese. Better in 2015.
2010 Orma Toscana (Pre-Arrival)
Release Price $75
Wine House $48.99
James Suckling 96 Points. Lowest Price in the Country! There is something so subtle and rich here with chocolate, red chilies and ripe plums on the nose. Full body, with velvety tannins and a juicy finish. This is so delicious now but better in 2017. Best ever from here. A blend of 50% Melot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Cabernet Franc. From Bolgheri. Just next door to Ornellaia.
2011 Ghiaccio Forte “Vigna del Passero” Morellino di Scansano
Release $19; Wine House $15.99
Purchase 3 or more $13.99
Decanter Magazine 93 Points. Intense aromas of blackberries, black cherries and chocolate and mouthful of seductive red fruit, spice , firm tannin and high acidity. Sangiovese from Maremma at its best. The Ghiaccio Forte Morellino di Scansano is a blend of 85% Sangiovese (for red fruit and bright acidity) and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon (for tannic structure, black fruit, and loads of complexity).
2008 Antoniolo Gattinara $35.99
Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate 90. The 2008 Gattinara caresses the palate with sweet red cherries, herbs, tobacco and anise, all in a medium-bodied style that is highly appealing. There is plenty of 2008 vibrancy and freshness in the glass. This is a terrific showing from Antoniolo, and a great introduction to Gattinara. The 2008 is also unusually polished for this wine. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2018.
2010 Moccagatta Barbaresco “Basarin”
Release $60; Wine House $39.99
Antonio Galloni 92 Points. A rich, intense wine, Moccagatta’s 2010 Barbaresco Basarin boasts serious depth and volume. Sweet spices and flowers emerge over time, but the Basarin remains a wine built on a huge core of fruit. Although typically on the delicate side, in 2010 the Basarin has tons of intensity. This is a highly promising wine from Moccagatta. Drink 2018-2030
2010 Montevertine Le Pergole Torte $74.99
Antonio Galloni 96 Points: “The 2010 Le Pergole Torte has all the makings of another strong vintage for this wine. Today the firm tannins convey an impression of reticence, yet there is a silkiness to the fruit that is highly appealing...”