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Please note that we will no longer ship wine going east of the Rockies by UPS Ground due to extreme weather conditions. Expedited shipping by Second Day Air or Next Day Air is highly recommended. For quotes, please call or email!… Read the rest
New Arrivals: Goodfellow Chardonnay, Ramey’s Finest, Screaming Eagle, Bedrock, Araujo, Pacalet, Huet, Beaucastel and More!; Linne Calodo—Refining Paso; Petrolo’s Royal Tuscan Treasures; Christophe Mignon’s Meunier Champagne
New Weekend – New Arrivals
Goodfellow Family Cellars Richard’s Cuvee Chardonnay, Ribbon Ridge 2015 750ML ($47.95) $39 special
Winery note “Dry-farmed chardonnay from a 1-acre parcel at Whistling Ridge, hand-picked, whole-cluster pressed. After a brief period settling the wine is racked into large French oak vessels. Fermentation and elevage lasts about 21 months on the gross lees. The shallow marine sediment soils and windy environs at Whistling Ridge produce a Chardonnay that is mineral, deep and long with chalky citrus fruit.”
Whistling Dog Cellars Heritage Blocks Pinot Noir, Eola-Amity Hills 2012 750ML ($24.95) $21.90 special
VinopolNote: From the Heritage Block within the estate Nuestro Sueno Vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills appellation.… Read the rest
New Arrival: Drouhin Does Beaujolais; New Grapelive Review: Pegau CDP; #Trending Case Deals!; Staff Pick; The Majesty of Real Albarino: Nanclares and Mendez; New Thanksgiving Day Sale Wine: Pian dell’Orino; Sea Smoke by the Water; Last Chance? – Gaja Best Prices! Saint Damien: Arriving Friday
New Thanksgiving Day Sale Wine!
Piano dell’Orino combines two things that make great wine estates: great land and obsessive ownership. Caroline Pobitzer and Jan Hendrik Erbach, the owners and driving force behind these wines, have a take-no-prisoners approach to ensure that they make the finest wines in Brunello. From careful, biodynamic farming to native yeast fermentions, the wines are traditional in style but made with the utmost care, so they have silky tannin and elegant structures. … Read the rest
Gaja’s Astounding Wines
At Awe Inspiring Pricing
Gaja is a name that requires no context in discussion—like Latour or DRC, it’s understood which estate is meant and that the wines are epic, change-your-dinner-plans events. Angelo Gaja is one of the primary reasons we care about Barbaresco today and the wines bearing his name remain the most treasured and collectible of the region. Furthermore, the top wines from his Brunello estate, Ca’ Marcanda, have quickly become among top two or three most sought after wines in Tuscany.
The one complaint we might have with Gaja, as with most wines that are full-on collectible, is the pricing. We got lucky (or worked hard, your choice) and snagged a really amazing lineup of some of the top wines in the lineup for some really incredible prices, though (almost $100/bottle less expensive than the next offering on the single vineyard Langhe wines). … Read the rest