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Tri-Tip Malbec 2018
Born to pair deliciously with a tri-tip cut of beef, this luscious, gently oak-aged Malbec hails from Paso Robles and the excellent 2018 vintage.
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.
Tenuta Fenice Nero d’Avola 2018
Our intrepid expert stumbled on this acclaimed, old-vine Nero d’Avola when he entered the gates of Sicily’s lost “village of the vines” (and you will not believe how decadent it is for the price). Expect plush dark cherry and sweet spice notes.
Al-Ria Tinto 2018
The talented Diogo Sepúlveda makes this sumptuous award-winner with Touriga Nacional and Syrah from the Algarve (Portugal’s southern seaside). And with its huge flavors, history of acclaim, and major value, it punches WELL above its weight.
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...).
GFF Lodi Zinfandel 2018
The Kapiniaris family draw on four generations of winemaking expertise to craft this classic Zinfandel. From California’s Lodi region (aka, the Zin Capital of the World), it overflows with luscious blackberry and subtle spice aromas and flavors.
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!
Lobo e Falcão 2019
Wine Spectator calls Portugal “the most exciting wine place on the planet.” This best-selling blockbuster was made at a historic estate and aged in fine oak – plus, it way over-delivers on flavor and value.
Pirineos Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Spain’s high-altitude Somontano produces wines that are “among the most consistent and best value in Spain,” says famed wine writer Hugh Johnson. This barrel-aged Cabernet – with its shiny international gold medal – is a perfect taste.
Fetters Springs Pinot Noir 2017
This exclusive release from California’s famed Sebastiani family and the excellent 2017 vintage is that rarest of beasts – a lusciously ripe, silky-smooth Pinot Noir that won’t break the bank. Very few cases at this special price.