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  • $1,080.00

    Balnaves of Coonawarra, Shiraz Cabernet William Wilson 2016

    This wine is a blend of 55% Redman’s 80-year-old North End Shiraz and 45% Balnaves’ 43-year-old Paulownia Cabernet Sauvignon vines. Deep red in color, it boasts aromas of dark mulberry, blackberry, violets, and subtle spicy French oak. The palate is smooth and light, with fine-grained tannins and a balanced fruit-to-structure ratio. This wine pays homage to Coonawarra’s 121-year winemaking history and its founder, William Wilson. Enjoy now or cellar for many decades.

  • $720.00

    Bibbiano, Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Vigna del Capannino 2016

    The Vigna del Capannino 2016 is a wine crafted exclusively in the finest vintages from Sangiovese Grosso grapes, a unique clone monopolized in the Vigna del Capannino vineyard overlooking Monteriggioni. The vineyard spans 7 hectares of pliocene celeste clay soil, deep Alberese schist. Notable for its intense ruby-red color with purple reflections, the wine exudes aromas of black cherry, plum, sweet spice balsamic, cinnamon, and cloves. On the palate, it offers pronounced savoriness wrapped in elegant softness.

  • $300.00

    Domaine Grand, Cotes du Jura Blanc Cuvee Tradition 2016

    This tradition is a blend of Chardonnay and Savagnin undergoes fermentation in stainless steel tanks and is aged in oak barrels. It has a nutty aroma stronger in smell than in taste, with a nice smoothness, refreshing taste, and a lingering finish with subtle bitterness.

  • $380.00

    Forey Pere & Fils, Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016

    The nose of this wine is pleasantly fresh, with subtle oak tones complementing a medley of red berries and earthy notes. On the palate, the flavors are lively and vibrant, with a refreshing quality and good detail. The finish is crunchy and persistent, offering a reasonable complexity.

  • $398.00

    Jean-Maurice Raffault, Chinon Le Puy 36 mois 2016

    Aged in new barrels for three years and bottled unfiltered, the 2016 Chinon Le Puy 36 mois boasts a dark cherry color and an intense nose of perfectly ripe dark berries mingled with toast, mocha, and fresh, flinty notes. On the palate, it is full-bodied, round, and juicy, presenting a remarkably elegant and refined texture. The finish is vibrant and tense, with firm and vital tannins that leave a clear palate.

  • $280.00

    Lafarge Vial, Cote de Brouilly 2016

    The 2016 Côte de Brouilly presents aromas of dark chocolate, roasted game bird, and small wild berries. This medium to full-bodied wine is bright and fleshy, with a crunchy fruit core, lively acids, and a long, chalky finish. Similar to the Fleurie Clos Vernay, it will benefit from aging in the cellar. Lafarge Vial, the Beaujolais branch of Domaine Michel Lafarge.

  • $880.00

    Recrue des Sens (Yann Durieux), Les Ponts Blancs 2016

    Yann Durieux’s Les Ponts Blancs is a structured orange wine with a vibrant acidity and subtle tropical fruit notes. It’s crafted naturally, without added sulfites, sourced from a tiny plot of Aligoté vines nestled beneath Les Grands Ponts. Following the same vinification and aging process as its counterpart, Les Ponts Blancs undergoes tank aging. This orange wine from Yann Durieux offers a powerful yet refreshing palate experience. It pairs wonderfully with oily fish, seafood dishes, or mild cheeses.

  • $740.00

    Tyler, Chardonnay Sanford & Benedict Vineyard 2016

    The 2016 Chardonnay from Sanford & Benedict Vineyard shows its delightful aromas of pear, citrus zest, and almond cream. Medium-bodied and succulent on the palate, it boasts a juicy fruit core, balanced by tangy acids and a delicately chalky finish. With its pure and transparent character, this wine offers a captivating expression of Sanford & Benedict Chardonnay.

  • $880.00

    Tyler, Pinot Noir Sanford & Benedict Vineyard 2016

    The 2016 Pinot Noir from Sanford & Benedict Vineyard offers a subtle aromas of strawberries, rhubarb, and orange rind. Medium-bodied and supple on the palate, it expands texturally with bright acidity and silky, integrated tannins. The finish is pure and tangy.

  • $530.00

    UCCELLIERA, Brunello di Montalcino 2016

    The Uccelliera 2016 Brunello di Montalcino reveals dark fruit and wild cherry aromas, complemented by hints of tobacco, spice, and earthiness. It displays a notable depth and richness typical of fruit from the sun-soaked southern slopes of Castelnuovo dell’Abate. What sets Uccelliera apart, year after year, is its exceptional mouthfeel, characterized by a rich texture and lingering creaminess. This wine consistently reflects its terroir, making it a benchmark for the Montalcino region.


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