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Maculan Brentino Veneto IGT 2016 750ml

Maculan Brentino Veneto IGT 2016 A Bordeaux-inspired blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon (usually 55% and 45% respectively) harvested manually from estate vineyards and fermented in... temp-controlled stain-less steel with regular punch-downs. An über-classic Bordeaux blend, elegant and juicy at the same time, and offering aromas of ripe berry and cherry, followed by notes of fresh spices and light toast. Finishes dry, with balanced acidity and firm tannins. Perfect for pastas with wild boar ragout, or roasted game.
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Marchesi Antinori Haras de Pirque

Marchesi Antinori Vina Haras de Pirque Albis 2016 750ml

Marchesi Antinori Viña Haras de Pirque Albis 2016

Pencil lead, warm earth, crushed wild herbs, saddle leather, cigar wrapper, and chocolate frame the brambly blackberries and... sour cherries in the 2016 Albis. A blend of 81% Cab Sauv and 19% Carménère in this vintage, the 2016 Albis showcases its Chilean terroir in its elegant yet sauvage style. Rich and full-bodied, this wine has tremendous balance and harmony, and its power feels focused as it builds to a sustained, delicious finish. Enjoyable now and over the next few years, likely longer!
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Agricola Punica

Agricola Punica Barrua IGT 2016 750ml


Agricola Punica

Giacomo Tachis is known as the “father of the Super-Tuscan movement.” You might think that the consulting winemaker behind legendary wines like Sassicaia,... Ornellaia, Tignanello and Solaia would reflect on his game-changing work in Tuscany and rest on his laurels, but you’d be wrong. After serving as a consulting enologist in the early 1980s for the Consortium of Sardinian wines, Tachis was tapped to by Antonello Pilloni, the owner of Cantina di Santadi, to help elevate its wines. Working on the sea-swept, sun-drenched island, Tachis fell in love with Sardinia’s wild beauty, and he felt both inspired by the island’s 5,000 years of winemaking history as well as the region’s untapped potential, so he began tinkering, much as he had in Toscana. Tachis began blending Sardinia’s native Carignano grape with Bordeaux varietals, and soon, he knew he was onto something very special. In the late 1990s, Tachis and Pilloni joined forces with winemaking legend Marquis Nicolò Incisa della Rocchetta and bought two estates in Sardinia’s Sulcis Meridionale region. Agricola Punica was born with the 2002 release of its Barrua, and Montessu followed in 2005. Today, the 420-acre AgriPunica estate, still jointly run by Pilloni and the Incisa della Rocchetta family, continues in the trailblazing path of the late, great Giacomo Tachis, crafting outstanding wines that marry the robust allure of Sardinia’s Carignano with the elegance of international-style grapes, even adding a white, Samas, that uses the same “Super-Sardinian” principle to tremendous results.
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Marchesi Antinori

Marchesi Antinori Badia a Passignano Chianti Classico Gran Selezione 2016 750ml


About Badia a Passignano

One of the Antinori family of estates, Badia a Passignano sits on just over 550 acres in the heart of Chianti Classico in Sambuca Val di Pesa, a few... miles south of Antinori's Tignanello estate. Badia a Passignano has grown Sangiovese for millennia, and therefore it was a natural decision for the Antinori family to dedicate this winery to the production of Chianti Classico Gran Selezione, the crème de la crème of Chianti’s wines. Like a fairytale fortress in the heart of Chianti Classico, Badia a Passignano's stone walls rise out of a thicket of cypress trees, and this former abbey, originally built at some point between 395 and 891, has played home to the Vallombrosian order, an arm of the Benedictine monks, for centuries — in fact, the Vallombrosian monks, who specialize in viniculture and forestry, continue to live on the premises. In 1987, the Antinori family bought the land surrounding the abbey, and the Antinori family uses the abbey’s ancient cellars to age its Chianti Classico Gran Selezione.
Tenuta Sant'Antonio

Tenuta Sant’Antonio Amarone della Valpolicella Campo dei Gigli 2016 750ml

Tenuta Sant'Antonio Amarone della Valpolicella Campo dei Gigli Campo dei Gigli is Tenuta Sant'Antonio's most important vineyard and produces the estate’s flagship wine. In the traditional fashion,... the grapes from this vineyard are taken to the winery's drying room for at least 3 months to allow water to evaporate. The dried grapes have a low water content and create an Amarone with a classic style, concentrated and wonderfully deep and rich. The vineyard name means "field of lilies," the flower symbol of the winery.
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Giorgio Pelissero

Giorgio Pelissero Barbaresco Nubiola 2016 1.5L

Giorgio Pelissero Barbaresco Nubiola 2016 1.5L Plush, juicy, and bold, Giorgio Pelissero’s 2016 Barbaresco Nubiola leaps from the glass with lots of succulent cherries and plums wrapped in melted... chocolate, new leather, spicy oak, pipe tobacco, and mint. Nubiola is Pelissero’s entry-level Barbaresco (it’s a trademarked name, not a vineyard), and this open knit, nicely structured wine welcomes you with dusty tannins, an elegant acidic spine, and terrific integration. Enjoy now with decanting or cellar for a decade or longer.
$119.00In Stock

Valdicava Brunello di Montalcino 2016 750ml


About Valdicava

World-famous producers of velvety, finessed, and full-throated Brunello wines, Valdicava’s humble beginnings date to 1953, when its land was acquired by its... former sharecroppers. Fifteen years later, Valdicava produced its first Brunello, releasing it under the Brunello Consortium’s label. In 1977 Vincenzo Abbruzzese, grandson of the former sharecroppers who founded Valdicava, assumed control of the estate. Vincenzo was raised to have a profound respect and abiding passion for Valdicava’s 67 acres, which rest in the sheltering bowl of Montesoli, one of Brunello di Montalcino’s most renowned sites. In addition to relying on biodynamic agriculture, Vincenzo blends traditional Brunello practice with some international protocol to craft wines that meet his exacting vision, express Valdicava’s unique terroir, and captivate their many fans. Indeed, the only downside to Valdicava is that demand for its finely crafted wines always outstrips the supply!