$15 - $20 - $20 - $30 - 2 Star - 3 Star - 5 Star - No Rating - Red-Medium Bodied
Customer Rating +
Award Winners +
Momtazi Family Estate Pinot Noir 2015
When Moe Momtazi came to the U.S., he aspired to make elegant wines. This barrel-aged exclusive – crafted with hand-harvested Pinot Noir from his prized Maysara Vineyard – is velvety, berry-packed proof that Moe has achieved his American dream.
Los Hermanos Manzanos Reserva Rioja 2014
Spain’s great specialty: patiently cellared, barrel-aged reds. Crafted by one of Rioja’s most historic (and acclaimed) families, this elegant Reserva is a happy marriage of red-fruited Tempranillo and silky Garnacha. A perfect match for roast lamb.
Chateau Jean l'Arc 2018
Named after a family ancestor who fought in the final battle of the Hundred Years' War, multi-gold-winning Château Jean l’Arc hails from an estate near storied Saint-Emilion and the glorious 2018 vintage. Rich, velvety, and ready to impress.
Pino Pino 2018
When you think of Italian “Pinot,” most immediately think Pinot Grigio. But here’s a fun fact: Italy also produces some fabulous (and hard to find) Pinot Noir. And this lush, raspberry-rich take from a hugely acclaimed estate proves the point.
Collezione di Paolo Chianti Riserva 2017
Every release from award-winning Chianti maestro Paolo Masi’s hilltop estate is eagerly awaited by customers and critics alike – especially his top-of-the-range Riserva. This is smooth, ripe-fruited Chianti at its delicious and well-priced best.
NPR Alt.Latino Pinot Noir 2019
NPR’s Alt.Latino podcast celebrates Latinx arts and culture. What better way to get the conversation flowing than with a glass of Pinot Noir? Crafted by Argentine winemaking star Leonardo Puppato, it’s fresh, red-fruited, and smooth as silk.