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  1. Querciola Barbera d’Alba DOC 2011

    Querciola Barbera d’Alba DOC 2011

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    The 2011 Querciola Barbera d’Alba extends Sergio Gomba’s hot hand with Barbera, which merely serves to underscore Gomba’s ability to consistently fashion velvety smooth Barbera d’Alba that is both satisfying and easy to drink. Like its predecessors, the 2011 vintage clearly expresses the sensual side of Barbera. The 2011 Querciola Barbera d’Alba offers up a savory aroma that reminds us of the greatest Barbera wines of yesteryear. And, instead of...

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  2. Herdade de Gambia Peninsula de Setubal 2012

    Herdade de Gambia Peninsula de Setubal 2012

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    If first impressions matter, the 2012 Herdade de Gambia Peninsula de Setubal gets off to a great start. Not only is Herdade de Gambia’s label both beautiful and unique, the first draught of this deep ruby, eye catching concoction should be enough to seal the deal. Concentrated aromas of wild blackberry and mulberry, exotic spices, and vanilla caress the nose. However, it is on the palate that Herdade de Gambia works its real, magic.

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  3. Bodegas Val de Vid Condesa Eylo Rueda Verdejo 2012

    Bodegas Val de Vid Condesa Eylo Rueda Verdejo 2012

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    The 2012 Condesa Eylo Verdejo cuts a fine portrait with a bright shiny robe that reflects the brilliance of the Castilian sun. Awarded Gold at Europe’s prestigious Concours Mondiale in Brussels, the 2012 Condesa Eylo offers plenty of palate pleasure with scents and savors of fresh picked apples, pears, and spring flowers – all of which makes this Verdejo hard to resist. Fleshy, elegant and impeccably balanced, the 2012 Condesa Eylo offers...

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  4. Château de Saint-Lager Brouilly 2012

    Château de Saint-Lager Brouilly 2012

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    In the 2012 Château de Saint-Lager Brouilly, Pascal Dufaitre has once again fashioned the quintessential Brouilly as well as one of the most compelling and eminently enjoyable of all Cru Beaujolais wines. Château de Saint-Lager’s Brouilly sports a rich purple robe and exudes pure perfume in the form of a tantalizing aroma of fresh ripe raspberries, strawberries and spring flowers. On the palate the wine explodes in a riot of ripe vivacious...

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  5. Pietra Santa Cienega Valley Estate Merlot 2010

    Pietra Santa Cienega Valley Estate Merlot 2010

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    Chardonnay and Merlot are the two most difficult varietals for consumers to agree upon. Chardonnay poses a unique challenge because everyone seems to have a different idea of what good Chardonnay should taste like, while the difficulty with Merlot is finding quality examples that reflect both varietal character and a specific terroir – no easy task. We hit the jackpot in Pietra Santa’s 2010 Cienega Valley Estate Merlot. It hails exclusively...

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  6. Gini Soave Classico 2013

    Gini Soave Classico 2013

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    Although Soave bears the distinction of being the largest DOC in Italy for the production of white wine, only several dozen Soave producers fashion wines of superior character and quality, and among that elite set, no one consistently makes richer, more savory, downright delicious Soave than Gini. For many in northern Italy and throughout much of Europe, the 2013 harvest posed a myriad of challenges, but you wouldn’t know it by tasting Gini’s...

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  7. Bisci Verdicchio di Matelica Classico 2013

    Bisci Verdicchio di Matelica Classico 2013

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    Bisci’s 2013 Verdicchio di Matelica solidifies its reputation as the pre-eminent producer of Verdicchio – a wine capable of far more than the insipid Verdicchio of yesteryear from fish shaped bottles. The 2013 Bisci Verdicchio di Matelica raises the bar and adds a whole new dimension to the Marches’ most popular wine. For starters, Bisci’s vineyards are cultivated organically and the wine is made with minimal intervention, so there’s no smoke...

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  8. Tait The Wild Ride Barossa Valley 2012

    Tait The Wild Ride Barossa Valley 2012

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    Bruno Tait has a knack for making decadent, intense, basket pressed wines, and Tait’s 2012 The Wild Ride is certainly decadent and intense, but more importantly, it is a pure pleasure to drink. Made from 60% Shiraz, 20% Grenache and 20% Mataro (also known as Mourvèdre), the 2012 The Wild Ride displays a deep ruby color, stunning aromatics and plenty of intense fruit. By basket pressing this heady GSM, fresh cherry and blackberry aromas...

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  9. Casas del Bosque Reserva Carmenère 2012

    Casas del Bosque Reserva Carmenère 2012

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    When there is wine as fulfilling and packed with juicy flavors for under $20.00 as the 2012 Casas del Bosque Reserva Carmenère, it has to make you wonder why some people spend money on lesser quality, more expensive wines. The 2012 Casas del Bosque Reserva Carmenère easily merits the 90 point score it received from StephenTanzer’s International Wine Cellar. Deeply colored and packed with pungent aromas and flavors reminiscent of blackberry...

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  10. Dei Rosso di Montepulciano DOC 2012

    Dei Rosso di Montepulciano DOC 2012

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    Caterina Dei and Nicolò d’Aflitto have a knack for turning out elegant, aromatic Rosso di Montepulciano, and Dei’s 2012 Rosso di Montepulciano is perhaps the estate’s finest to date; as it embodies all the beautiful fruit flavors and soft accessible tannins that make good Rosso di Montepul-ciano so attractive. Brilliant ruby in color and delightfully aromatic with the scents of wild cherry and delicate hints of cinnamon and other exotic spices...

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