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Henri Bourgeois Sauvignon Blanc Petit Bourgeois 2018: This Light “Vin de France” is made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the Loire region in central France, produced by Henri Bourgeois with the same quality of the famous Sancerre and Poully-Fume.
Familia Zuccardi Malbec Serie A 2018: The 2018 Malbec Serie A was produced in a transparent way, trying to express the varietal character of the grapes from the Valle de Uco. It has an herbal twist with a wild and spicy side, full of character and with very good freshness.
Aresti Espiritu de Chile Carmenere Valle Central 2018: A Chilean’s proud wine, Carmenere is a very interesting red wine cultivated in the Curico Valley inside D.O. Valle Central. Experience the fruity variety of flavors of a medium to full body wine.
Duorum Tons de Duorum White 2018: This indigenous white grapes blend wine expresses the terroir of the Douro Region, the result of a unique interaction between nature and human effort. Hand-harvested in a very steep terrain overlooking the Duoro river.
Breca Garnacha de Fuego Old Vines Aragon Spain 2018: Garnacha de Fuego is a young, fruit forward, authentic expression of the oldest clones of Garnacha in the world. Considered by many to be one of the finest values in the world.
Le Charmel Pinot Noir Languedoc-Rousillon 2018: This elegant Pinot Noir wine shows deep red in color, with ruby tints. It is a complex but rather rich wine with long finish and well integrated tannins. Grown from vineyards planted in Limoux of Languedoc at the foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains.
Les Heretiques is a 90% old vine Carignan and 10% Syrah. The Carignan vines average 40 years in age, with some of them being up over 100 years old! The fruit is sustainably farmed and harvested partly by hand and partly by machine. Half of the Carignan is vinified traditionally–destemmed and fermented in used barrel and macerated with skins for 30 days–and half as whole clusters with carbonic maceration. Those wines are blended with the Syrah and aged in a combination of steel tank and neutral oak vats.
It is named after the Cathars, a heretical Christian group once based on the Languedoc but wiped out by order of Pope Innocent III in 1208 in response to the murder of a papal representative by a Cathar supporter near Minervois. The castle which is the home of Château d’Oupia dates back to this time as well.
Le Charmel Pinot Noir Languedoc-Rousillon 2017: This elegant Pinot Noir wine shows deep red in color, with ruby tints. It is a complex but rather rich wine with long finish and well integrated tannins. Grown from vineyards planted in Limoux of Languedoc at the foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains.
Dominio de Eguren Protocolo Blanco 2017, a young white wine I.G.P. Wines from the land of Castilla, from vineyards grown in a sustainable method. A refreshing and lively wine with a perfect balance of acidity and a great value for the money. Ranked as BEST VALUE by Wine Spectator.
Milbrandt Vineyards Traditions Rose Columbia Valley 2017 is a nicely balanced wine with a fruit-driven mid-palate. This Syrah dominant Rosé has delicate aromas of dried cranberries, pomegranate, and savoury herbs that expresses an excellent ripeness and bright, refreshing acidity.
If you are looking for a tasty sparking wine that can pass as Champagne in a blind test, yet without the price ticket of Champagne wines, this is it. Created in the nearby Jura region with traditional methods, this is a great value for an every day sparkling wine.