July 2018 Mixed Shipment

Tenuta Giustini Vecchio Sogno Negroamaro 2016

Tenuta Giustini Vecchio Sogno Negroamaro 2016

Puglia, Italy

$23.75 / each

Description:

This sustainably grown bottling is comprised of the indigenous southern Italian variety Negroamaro which thrives in the Salento region of Puglia. Savory and earthy, this wine shows very expressive aromatic notes of tomato leaf, ripe fig and black plum, as well as a healthy amount of tannic grip, which gives the wine beautiful structure in the mouth. This bottling is also remarkably bright and high-toned, compared to other wines from this region which can oftentimes be clunky and over-ripe.

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Domaine du Temps La Combe Du Temps 2016

Domaine du Temps La Combe Du Temps 2016

Languedoc, France

$23.75 / each

Description:

This sleek, organically grown blend of 50% Syrah and 50% Grenache hails from the Languedoc in France and is the perfect summer BBQ wine. Fresh and inviting, this shows silky blueberry, blackberry and black plum fruit that is perfectly offset by exotic Chinese five spice notes, particularly clove and star-anise. This wine strikes the ideal balance between ripe fruit, racy acidity and aromatic complexity.

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Chateau Lamothe Miette Rosé 2017

Chateau Lamothe Miette Rosé 2017

Bordeaux, France

$23.75 / each

Description:

Comprised of 80% Cabernet Franc and 20% Merlot, this snappy, fresh, mouth-watering rosé surprisingly hails from Bordeaux, not a region typically celebrated for its rosé wines. This sassy bottling is ripe and medium-bodied, delivering a juicy mouthful of strawberry and watermelon flavors along with lots of racy acidity. Chateau Lamothe dates back to the 16th century and is located in the commune of Haux, southwest of the city of Bordeaux.

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Angeleno Wine Company The Meadow Rosé 2017

Angeleno Wine Company The Meadow Rosé 2017

Lodi, California

$23.75 / each

Description:

Made of organically farmed Graciano and Grenache grapes, this sassy, vibrant California rosé from the region of Lodi feels more Spanish in flavor and sensibility than it does Provencal. Fermented and aged in neutral oak using wild yeasts, this is a rosé meant for food, given its lush texture and generous berry fruit. This was made by fledgling Angeleno winemaker Jasper Dickson.

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