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Cerbaia Rosso di Montalcino 2021 750ml


About Azienda Agricola Cerbaia

Located above the fog line high on the Montosoli hill just north of Montalcino, Cerbaia is neither very large nor very old. This organic 29-acre... estate (fewer than 11 acres under vine) was founded in 1978, but despite its relative youth and diminutive size, Cerbaia is one of Brunello’s rising stars and definitely an estate to watch! Agronomist Fabio Pellegrini chose Montosoli for his estate because he saw tremendous potential in the subregion’s galestro soil because this clayey, rocky dirt was ideal for the cultivation of small-berried, thick-skinned Brunello grapes. Fabio ran Cerbaia until 2014, which his daughter, Elena, assumed control. In trading her career in finance for that of a winemaker, Elena was making a big life change, but her gamble is paying off. Cerbaia may average only 1,500 cases of Brunello every vintage, but eyes are on Cerbaia’s wines. Traditional, aromatic, long-aging, and terroir-driven, Cerbaia’s Brunello releases have everything to please the wine’s many, many fans!
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Tenuta San Guido

Tenuta San Guido Le Difese 2019 750ml


About Tenuta San Guido

Sassicaia is arguably Italy’s most famous bottle of wine, and its maker, Tenuta San Guido, is Italian wine aristocracy. Sassicaia and its Super-Tuscan... revolution changed the face of Italian wine — and it catapulted Tenuta San Guido into the highest echelon of wine producers. Today, Marchese Nicolò Incisa della Rocchetta continues in his father’s footsteps even as he prepares to hand over San Guido estate to his son, Sebastian Rosa. Over the years, Tenuta San Guido expanded its vineyards to encompass 190 acres, planted to Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, and the estate expanded its lineup to include “second” wine Guidalberto and entry-level Le Difese. Debuting with the 2000 vintage, Guidalberto holds fast to its ideal of accessibility upon release, but over the years, it has grown more refined, polished, and elegant. Le Difese, debuting with the 2003 vintage, does the work of the estate's "everyday" wine, but when Tenuta San Guido makes it, the “everyday” wine is still a reason to celebrate. Tenuta San Guido’s outstanding Guidalberto and Le Difese bottlings add even more luster to Italy’s premier Super-Tuscan estate.
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Gaja Ca'Marcanda

Gaia Ca’Marcanda Magari Toscana IGT 2019 750ml


About Gaja Ca’Marcanda

In 1996, Angelo Gaja expanded his Piedmont winemaking enterprise into Tuscany, first establishing his Brunello estate, Pieve Santa Restituta, and two... years later, opening his Bolgheri estate, Ca’Marcanda. Dedicated to producing the kind of Super-Tuscan wines that put Bolgheri on the map, Ca’Marcanda’s stylish, approachable wines have the Gaja trademark ability to blend international profiles with Italian structure. The estate boasts 300 acres of vines, all planted by the Gaja team because there were no pre-existing vines, that grow in eleven different kinds of soils, though two types dominate: terre brune, or brown soil, which is mineral rich lying at the base of the foothills, and terra bianche, or white soil, which is the light-colored calcareous clay much beloved by winemakers. Ca’Marcanda crafts three reds — Camarcanda, Magari, and Promis — as well as one white, Vistamare; all are delicious, characterful wines that are truly representative of their Gaja family name.
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Domaine Faiveley

Domaine Faiveley Gevrey-Chambertin Les Cazetiers Premier Cru 2002 750ml


About Domaine Faiveley

Founded in 1825 in Nuits-Saint-Georges, Domaine Faiveley stands as one of the largest, most important, and finest Burgundy houses. Faiveley has always... been family owned and operated, and since 2005, seventh-generation winemaker Erwan Faively has been at the head of the domaine, aided by winemaker Jérôme Flous since 2007 and Erwan’s sister, Eve, since 2014. At around 320 acres, Domaine Faiveley is big, sporting properties in multiple grand cru vineyards, many premier cru vineyards, and several monopoles. Erwan has helped the estate grow both in size and in quality, and Faively’s many cru bottlings come from small, meticulously tended parcels, making Faveley’s output both wide ranging and tantalizingly small in quantity. Faiveley is known for making rich, detailed wines with polished tannins, fresh acidity, and terrific transparency; for these reasons, there’s never enough Domaine Faiveley for its many, many fans.
$175.00In Stock