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Antonio Federici Vino Rosso Roma DOC 2018
Cantine Federici is one of the first (and best) producers in Italy’s Roma region. You have insider access with this hugely acclaimed marriage of hand-harvested Montepulciano and Cesanese. Look forward to luscious black fruit and warming spice notes.
Vila de Rei Reserva 2016
Fourth-generation Nuno Cancela de Abreu is a master at making HUGE, succulent reds. He’s really outdone himself here, with a blend of native Portuguese grapes that’s rich, velvety and (as you'll taste) very befitting of its royal-inspired name.
The Waxed Bat 2019
Opi Sadler’s ultra-rich blend of Shiraz, Malbec, and Cabernet is one of our most popular reds – and for good reason. Packed with intense black fruit and smooth baking spice characters, this beauty’s a big crowd pleaser (and made for steak).
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!
Benedictus de Vatican 2019
A thrilling release from Parker-praised winemaker Jean-Marc Diffonty that’s 20 years in the making. Benedictus is a lusciously rich blend featuring his best Châteauneuf-du-Pape, made in honor of our longstanding friendship. Not to be missed.
Domaine de la Garenne Bandol Rose 2017
Bandol is to Provence what Pomerol is to Bordeaux: a tiny, super-exclusive spot that’s home to the region’s most serious, sought-after wines. Bandol rosé is considered among the finest pinks of all, and yours hails from a very historic family.
Stones & Bones 2018
Portugal’s “the most exciting wine place on the planet” (Wine Spectator) – and for lovers of big reds, this huge gold medal winner is a real thrill. Unearthed from among ancient dino fossils, it’s also a roaring-good beef match.
Morgadio de Mora Reserva 2015
From the personal cellars of Portugal’s Winemaker of the Year, Carlos Lucas, comes this intensely fruited, spice-laden red from the sun-drenched Alentejo region. A big red lover’s dream, this is rich, beautifully structured – and a stunning deal.
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.
Grande Fleur de Lyeth ANNIVERSARY Reserve 2018
Sonoma’s Lyeth Estate has been a pioneer in the art of blending wines since 1981. Marrying Cabernet, Merlot, and more, their sumptuous Anniversary Reserve shows off that heritage – and the quality of the 2018 vintage. Guaranteed to impress.