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Winter Wine Case

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Winter 2018 Wine Case

St. Hilaire D’Ozilhan, Côtes de Rhone Blanc, France

A white blend from the Rhone region, this Cotes du Rhone Blanc is a lovely pale, golden yellow. A floral nose with hints of lime, help make this inexpensive wine very interesting. Notes of citrus, green apple and some green herbs. Hints of hazelnut and nutty flavors, with slight oak. An elegant, dry, rounded, medium bodied, easy drinking white wine. Pairs well with pastas and vegetables. Highly expressive French white.  A blend of Grenache Blanc, viogneier, Clairette, and Roussanne.

Famiglia Cielo, Pinot Grigio, Italy

Famiglia Pinot Grigio is crisp and clean and focused.  On the palate it shows subtle citrus and apple/pear flavors and balanced acidity with a finish that lingers.  This is a simple Pinot Grigio that balances citrus tones with a slight nutty finish.  Pair this with any seafood or drink by itself on a warm sunny day!

El Cortijillo Verdejo, La Mancha, Spain

Vinicola de Castilla in Manzanares (Ciudad Real) is an up to date, state of the art winemaking facility (30,000 sq meters/300,000 sq ft) with the capacity of producing 2 million liters and holding 8,000 barrels. Founded in 1976, it's a privately owned corporation (not a co-op).   This verdejo is very bright with fine floral notes (acacia) and reminiscent of anise and fennel.  The palate is pleasing and tart that finishes clean.

A.A. Badenhorst, The Curator White Blend, Swartland, S. Africa

The vineyards in the Swartland are mostly bush vines growing in granite and slate soils, and sourced from a number of traditional farmers. The Chenin Blanc grape makes up the largest portion of this blend because it is the backbone and structure of this particular wine. The Chardonnay was naturally fermented and took very long to complete the fermentation - resulting in great texture and wacky aromas of dried peaches and apricots and ripe citrus. The Viognier, from one of Badenhorst’s favorite growers and vineyards, just completes the Swartland canvas; some spice and palate length is what it brings.

Bacchus Cellars Chardonnay, California

David Gordon has been the wine director at Tribeca Grill, owned by restaurateur Drew Nieporent and actor Robert DeNiro.  David created the Bacchus label to offer great value California wine by utilizing the many contacts he has in Napa and Sonoma to source the finest grapes available. Producers such as Caymus, Lewis Cellars and Miner Family provided grapes and helped with the winemaking for earlier cuvees.  With 6 months in neutral oak and stainless steel, this wine is medium-bodied and crisp, with subtle apple, pear and citrus notes. A mineral component comes through in the lively, balanced and long finish.

Underwood, Pinot Noir, Oregon

This Oregon Pinot Noir is deep garnet in color with complex aromas of raspberry, blackberry and black pepper with a touch of leather. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied with dark fruit flavors, raspberries and earthy spice notes. The wine has a bright mouth feel integrated with soft round tannins for a lengthy and complex finish that is ready to please.

Septima, Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina

Septima Malbec is a beautiful red wine from the esteemed Uco Valley of Argentina. Malbec vineyards, planted in the upper region of the valley, are located 3,600 feet above sea level. Hand harvested in the cool morning hours, the Malbec fruit is crushed and placed in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. The wine is aged six months in American oak barrels.  Septima Malbec features soft, elegant sweet tannins that are reminiscent of raspberry jam. Its aftertaste is fruity with a hint of smoky oak. Features a well-balanced and lingering finish.

A.A. Badenhorst, The Curator Red Blend, Swartland, S. Africa

This is an awesome blend of Shiraz, Cinsault, Mourvedre, Grenache and Pinotage by the genius, Adi Badenhorst from the Swartland region.  These grapes are minimally grown and made naturally.  You’ll find loads of blackberries, blueberries, with smoky meaty qualities.  There is spice and the right amount of acidity and medium grained tannins adding a lovely rustic texture. The finish is balanced, fun, pleasant and juicy.  Basically, very easy drinking.

Château Moulinat, Bordeaux, France

Château Moulinat, from the top of whose windmill we can see Château Lafite Rotschild to the North and Château Margaux to the South, has been reconstituted over the last 30 years and planted with 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% merlot, 5 % cabernet Franc which produce wines which express the Médoc terroir beautifully irrespective of vintage.  You’ll find a deep purple robe with fruit aromas of black fruits, berries, and cassis; along with notes of vanilla.  This wine is soft on the attack but full bodied with plenty of depth and balance, and structure.

Big Vine, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley,

This is a classic Napa Valley blend from three different sub-appellations. Our Atlas Peak vineyard provides enough structure to support the weighty fruit from Rutherford and Coombsville. Our final blend; fermented in stainless steel and French oak and aged for 18 months in 30% new French oak and the remainder in neutral French oak, shows obvious dark fruit and earthy notes reminiscent of Rutherford Dust. This vintage is very approachable in its youth.

Robertson Winery, Cabernet Sauvignon, Robertson, South Africa

The fruit was sourced from 35 specially selected grape growing families in the Robertson Valley. Vines are grown in deep, cool alluvial soil that is rich in lime and receives an annual rainfall of only 280 mm per year. Fruit was harvested very early in the morning from the last week of February to the middle of March from the specially selected grape growers in the Robertson Valley.  The fermentation took place in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks at 28°Celcius for 4 daysand then matured on French Oak for 4 months to add weight and complexity to make a smooth, full-bodied style with rich mulberry, plum and cassis supported by soft tannins.

Mannara, Primitivo, Puglia, Italy

Puglia is sunny and warm and responsible for some of Italy’s greatest red wine values.  Mannara Primitivo is fermented and aged entirely in stainless steel to keep is fresh juicy appeal.  This primitive demonstrates its warm and sunny place of origin; the extraction of this wine shows a deep, almost purple color in the glass.  The bouquet has notes of warm blueberry, dried blackberry, fig, and zesty herbs leading into a soft and juicy palate of dark fruit, smoky sage, and dark chocolate that finishes silky and warm with hints of tobacco.

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