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  • $398.00

    Bibbiano, Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Vigne di Montornello 2015

    The Bibbiano Vigne di Montornello Chianti Classico Gran Selezione 2015 is produced from Sangiovese grapes grown on the Montornello slope. In cooler, rainier summers, this wine tends to dilute its structure in favor of broader complexity. The vineyard soil composed of pliocene calcareous clay sediments, including Alberese river pebbles, mixed with sandy layers, gypsum, and red clays. Notable for its bright ruby-red color with violet highlights, the wine offers aromas of cherry, black cherry, currants, raspberry, and cassis. On the palate, it presents an elegant structure with smooth tannins.

  • $680.00

    Dugat-Py, Bourgogne Cuvee Halinard 2015

    The 2015 Bourgogne Cuvée Halinard from Domaine Dugat-Py gives a bouquet of red cherries, cassis, grilled meat, and earthy notes gently touched by oak, it exuded elegance from the start. On the palate, it revealed a medium to full body, showcasing ripe yet savory fruit, refined tannins, and a long, flavorful finish buoyed by refreshing acidity. True to the domaine’s reputation, this wine exhibits depth and complexity that will improve with five to ten years of aging.

  • $690.00

    Le Salette, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Pergole Vece 2015

    The 2015 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Pergole Vece is a classic expression of the region, showcasing richness, generosity, and exuberance typical of the vintage. Predominantly made from Corvina and Corvinone grapes (80% of the blend), with smaller proportions of Dindarella, Rondinella, and Oseleta, it undergoes five months of appassimento, lending it a medium level of sweetness that enhances its volume and richness on the palate. With a high alcohol content of 16.5%, it delivers a powerful finish. This full-bodied Amarone, aged in barrique for 32 months, reveals abundant spice and toasted smoke notes. It’s a fruit-forward vintage and the most robust wine in its lineup, perfect for pairing with braised meats. Only 5,000 bottles were made.

  • $318.00

    Passel Estate, Cabernet Sauvignon Lot 71 Reserve 2015

    Even though it spent 18 months in French oak, half of which was new, the 2015 Lot 71 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon doesn’t overpower with woodiness. Instead, its concentrated cassis fruit takes center stage, gracefully complemented and structured by its oak aging. While subtle notes of vanilla and cedar linger in the background, this medium to full-bodied wine impresses with supple tannins, accents of sage and bay leaf, and a lingering, refined finish.

  • $1,050.00

    Uccelliera, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva 2015

    The Uccelliera 2015 Brunello di Montalcino Riserva is a standout wine. It’s a powerful wine, thanks to the sunny Castelnuovo dell’Abate region. This Riserva showcases strength, dark fruit, and robustness, all with authenticity. It presents a complex mix of dark fruit, along with notes of licorice, herbs, and crushed limestone, offering plenty to appreciate in its beauty.

  • $1,880.00

    Uccelliera, Costabate 2015

    The 2015 Costabate Toscana Sangiovese IGT showcases the excellent fruit quality of the classic vintage. It sets a high standard. It indulges in its bold cherry flavors and lush primary fruit, offering a tantalizing preview of the other higher ranges from Uccelliera.


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