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Cinco Manos Pinot Noir 2018
Top-shelf Pinots like this (from the “Most Awarded Winery of the 21st Century”) prove that Chile’s got France and California on the run. Crafted by fifth-generation Mario Pablo Silva in premium Colchagua, this rich yet refreshing find is a must-try.
Étienne de Bailly Beaujolais-Villages 2017
This classic Beaujolais-Villages comes from one of the most respected winemakers in the region, 14th-generation Dominique Piron, and the excellent (but tiny) 2017 vintage. Look for layers of red fruit, spice and that trademark Beaujolais silkiness.
La Catina Estate Pinot Noir 2018
Home to “some of Europe’s greatest cool climate vineyards” (Hugh Johnson), Romania is an ideal spot for Pinot Noir – and emerging as a rival to Burgundy. This limited-release, barrel-aged find hails from a top estate and bursts with fresh red berry.
Duca di Cardino Sangiovese Toscana 2018
The Barbanera family, makers of our most popular Tuscan wines, have brought us a special red. Crafted in honor of their legendary ancestor, this silky Sangiovese boasts a HUGE 95 point score from Italy's top critic and layers of ripe black fruit.
Collezione di Paolo Sangiovese 2019
A top tip from Tuscany? Try this ‘mini Chianti,’ crafted by the acclaimed Paolo Masi. With vibrant cherry flavors (a Sangiovese hallmark) and earthy complexity, it’s a longtime customer favorite and will be a perfect centerpiece for an Italian feast.