Dry Red - Red Blend - $15 - $20 - $30+ - Medium - 13% - 13.99%
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Saracosa Governo (magnum) 2018
Saracosa is such a huge favorite, winemaker Sofia Barbanera was inspired to create a luxurious “big brother” version – now available in a MAGNUM bottle. Made in a traditional, flavor-boosting style, it boasts a history of impressive 98-point scores.
Giesta Dão 2016
“Portugal is arguably the most exciting wine place on the planet today,” says Wine Spectator. And Nuno Cancela de Abreu’s succulent blend of the country’s exciting native grapes explains the hype. Don’t miss this acclaimed exclusive.
Schocken Hill 2016
Before the Sebastiani family became one of Sonoma wine’s top names, Samuele Sebastiani worked at the Schocken Hill quarry. This luscious, gently oak-aged red honors those humble origins. Bursting with ripe dark fruit and perfect for juicy burgers.
Saracosa Governo Rosso 2018
Saracosa is such a huge favorite, winemaker Sofia Barbanera was inspired to create a luxurious “big brother” version. Made in a traditional, flavor-boosting method and aged in oak barrels, it earned a whopping 98 points AND a gold medal (so far...).
Domaine de Buadelle Minervois 2016
Alexis Metge won Gilbert & Gaillard gold for his wild herb- and berry-packed Grenache blend. Hand harvested from gnarled old vines growing in the shadow of the Montagne Noire range, it’s a crowd-pleasing exclusive you mustn’t miss!
Tenuta Albrizzi Cabernet Sauvignon Primitivo 2019
Super Tuscan reds are some of Italy’s most renowned, expensive wines. Here’s a powerful challenger to the style (with an impressive resume) from sunny Puglia and repeat winner of Vinitaly’s Winemaker of the Year title.
Principe Strozzi Selvascura Toscana IGT 2018
From a Tuscan legend and 1,000-year-old family estate, this Super Tuscan delivers waves of ripe, dark cherry, spice, and silky tannins. James Suckling rated a past vintage 90 points, and this 2018 (a great year for Tuscany) may be even better.
Dragone Selezione Rosso 2018
Named for the dragon on the Lento family’s coat of arms, this barrel-aged blend from Italy’s Calabria showcases rare grape, Magliocco (which adds an irresistibly velvety touch to plummy Merlot). With big points AND big flavor, it’s a must-taste.