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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. Bodegas Gormaz Viña Gormaz Rueda Verdejo 2012

    Bodegas Gormaz Viña Gormaz Rueda Verdejo 2012

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    Viña Gormaz continues to be a source of exceptionally tasty Verdejo, as the delicious 2012 Viña Gormaz Rueda Verdejo amply attests. To initiate the appeal, the wine opens with the savory scents and flavors of apricot, citrus, melon, and spring flowers that tantalize the nose and palate. Medium-bodied and immediately gratifying the 2012 Viña Gormaz Rueda makes a great first impression, so much so that one could easily dismiss it as an exceptional...

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  3. Château Margüi L’Or des Pierres Blanc Côteaux Varois 2012

    Château Margüi L’Or des Pierres Blanc Côteaux Varois 2012

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    Château Margüi’s 2012 L’Or des Pierres Blanc reflects the pristine environment of Philippe and Marie Guillanton’s beautifully restored estate. The estate’s exceptional white wine also underscores the merits of bio-dynamic viticulture and the importance of limiting yields in order to produce world class wine. In the 2012 L’Or des Pierres Blanc, a fine complex aroma awaits the eager taster, offering scents of pear, almond, and dried honey with a citrus...

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  4. Quinta da Raza Vinho Verde DOC 2013

    Quinta da Raza Vinho Verde DOC 2013

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    The first duty of a traditional white Vinho Verde is to be crisp, fresh, and delicious. And good white Vinho Verde actually seems to dance and sparkle, much like the summer sun, as it shimmers on a shining sea. Raza’s 2013 Vinho Verde is definitely very good Vinho Verde, and it more than sparkles and dances in the mouth. It offers a fresh, enticing bouquet along with plenty of exhilaratingly crisp fruit, an intriguing minerality and a citrus...

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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. 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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  8. Benito Ferrara Greco di Tufo D.O.C. 2012

    Benito Ferrara Greco di Tufo DOC 2012

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    The 2012 Benito Ferrara Greco di Tufo rocked our tasting panel, not because it comes across as big or brazen, but because it epitomizes the elegance and flavor of Greco di Tufo, and at the same time it reflects the terroir of the region better than any other Greco. It is grown on hillside vineyards in Frazione San Paolo in Tufo, and it is an authentic descendant of the original Greco vines brought to southern Italy by the Greeks. Lightly...

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  9. Chappellet Cervantes Napa Valley Mountain Cuvee 2011

    Chappellet Cervantes Napa Valley Mountain Cuvee 2011

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    The 2011 Cervantes Mountain Cuvee is dark purple in color, and with just a bit of aeration this young Bordeaux blend gushes black currant fruit, chocolate, and just the right touch of earthiness that many other California Cabernet based wines seem to lack. Amazingly, this Mountain Cuvee is already enjoyable now, as the wine’s tannins are ripe and well-integrated. Bold but not brash, the wine continues to unfold in the glass with aeration, revealing plenty of appealing fruit and finesse along with ample structure to allow it to evolve further for at least several more years.

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  10. Fore Family Vineyards Red Hills Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon 2008

    Fore Family Vineyards Red Hills Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon 2008

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    This big, brooding Cabernet offers an exceedingly deep, dark color and plenty to chew on, as well as a wealth of complex flavors that can evolve in the glass for hours. The aroma is entrancing: deep berry fruits entwined with clove, cinnamon, cardamom, a dash of Angostura bitters and a hint of freshly roasted coffee. Expansive on the mid palate, it quickly reveals a core of deep down black currant flavors with deft touches of exotic spices. On the finish, the wine’s well integrated tannins let you know there’s plenty of life ahead of it – enjoy now through 2020 and beyond.

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