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2013 Mohua Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough, New Zealand $11.99
Just tasted this wine, and we feel this could be one of the best buys of the new releases of Sauvignon Blanc. Winemaker Notes: “The 2013 Mohua Sauvignon Blanc exhibits lifted aromatics of lime and citrus zest, melon and lemongrass. The palate has pure intense flavors of passion fruit and white peach, ripe lemon and fresh herb.”
2012 TintoNegro Malbec Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina $12.99
91 Points Robert Parker Wine Advocate: “The 2012 Malbec Uco Valley is a 4,000-case cuvee aged nine months in French oak, of which 10% was new. A beautiful, full-bodied, seriously endowed Malbec, it possesses a dense purple color along with a sweet bouquet of blueberry and black raspberry fruit interwoven with camphor, licorice and spring flowers as well as a touch of oak. This wonderfully endowed, full-bodied, classic Argentina Malbec should drink nicely for 5-6 years. These three brilliant Malbecs from Argentina are made by former employees of the renowned Catena winery.”
2012 Jules Taylor Pinot Gris Marlborough, New Zealand $13.99
Just arrived! A fresh, new value from Jules Taylor not to be ignored. Winemaker Notes: “A bright & lively yellow straw coloured wine that is showing aromas of honeysuckle, pears and white peaches. Made in a fresh vibrant syle this Pinot Gris has hints of spice, ripe pears and nougat on the palate with added complexity and texture from the partial wild and malolactic fermentations - these characters will continue to develop over time.”
2013 Saint Clair Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand $14.99
Saint Clair first produced wines in 1994, but Saint Clair Family Estate has a growing reputation as one of New Zealand’s leading wine companies with an exceptional quality record. 90 Points Wine Spectator Smart Buys: “A tangy white, with vivid white grapefruit, lime and lemon flavors that are crisp, vibrant and pure. Shows good focus and intensity, with powerful aromas of white flowers.”
2012 Vina Cobos by Paul Hobbs Cabernet Sauvignon El Felino Mendoza, Argentina $15.99
These three great owners shared a dream inspired by the passion of an American winemaker, Paul Hobbs, and two partners, Andrea Marchiori and Luis Barraud, from a wine- producing culture deeply rooted in European traditions. No question this is a great value from Argentina. Winemaker Tasting Notes: “This bright deep-red wine has a nose of sweet red berries and menthol. It tastes of berries, white pepper, and cassis. Its strong acidity and round tannins give this wine a complex highly concentrated structure.”
2012 TintoNegro Malbec Limestone Block, Mendoza, Argentina $17.99
92 Points Robert Parker Wine Advocate: “The most expensive effort, but still a great value, is the 2012 Malbec Limestone Block. There are 500 cases of this wine that was aged nine months in French oak From a 4,000 foot elevation and very rocky soils, it tips the scales at a boisterous 14.5% natural alcohol. Its inky/blue/purple color is followed by a sweet perfume of crushed rock minerality, acacia flowers, blackberries and cassis as well as a hint of vanillin. This powerful, concentrated, impressively endowed Malbec should drink well for 5-7 years. These three brilliant Malbecs from Argentina are made by former employees of the renowned Catena winery.”
2012 Penfolds Wines Cabernet Sauvignon Bin 9 South Australia $18.99
The Bin 9 Cabernet Sauvignon is a beautiful new addition to the Penfold’s line-up. A great value that tastes great just upon release! 91 Points James Suckling: “A new wine sitting below the 407 in the hierarchy, this has a very distinctive Cabernet nose with cassis and a red currant edge, leafy and gently stony, some juicy tannin and taut tangy Cabernet flesh. Quite approachable with the right amount of sturdy Penfolds styling overlaid.”
2008 Vina Santa Rita Triple C Central Valley, Chile $31.99
93 Points Wine Spectator: “A powerful red, with a surplus of dark plum, blackberry and dark currant flavors that are pure and focused, wrapped in layers of vanilla and cream. The long finish is filled with dark chocolate and wild herb notes. Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenère.”
2010 Wynns Cabernet Sauvignon Black Label Coonawarra, Australia $32.99
91 Points Wine Advocate: “Deep garnet- purple in color, the 2010 Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon shows forward black currant, cedar and clove aromas over hints of forest floor and bay leaf. Medium-bodied with good amount of muscular fruit, crisp acid, medium to firm levels of grainy tannins and a long, relatively straightforward finish.”