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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.
$25.00In Stock
Villa S.Anna

Villa S.Anna Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2016 750ml


About Villa S.Anna

Located in the village of Abbadia di Montepulciano the hills of southern Tuscany, Villa S. Anna (originally spelled Villa Sant’Anna) stands as a standard... bearer of traditional Vino di Montepulciano. Villa S.Anna is owned and operated by three women: matriarch Simona Ruggeri Fabroni and her two daughters, Anna and Margherita. Simona’s family had owned the land that’s now Villa S.Anna for centuries, quietly making some wine for personal consumption and selling off the rest of the grapes to other producers. In 1989, Simona decided to begin estate-bottling her wines, and Villa S.Anna was born. Over the past three decades, Simona and her daughters have increased their vineyard holdings to about 25 acres, mostly in the two regions of Chianti Colli Senesi and Vino Nobili Montepulciano, and today this small estate crafts four wines, each one representative of its Tuscan land, Tuscan traditions, and the passion of three Tuscan women.
$32.95In Stock

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!
$45.00In Stock
Il Poggione

Il Poggione Brunello di Montalcino 2016 750ml


About Il Poggione

Founded near the end of the nineteenth century, Il Poggione’s modern age began in 1958, when Leopoldo Franceschi, grandfather of the current owner, engaged... renowned winemaker Pierluigi Talenti as the estate’s winemaker. Pierluigi made the most of Il Poggione’s considerable natural gifts for 40 years, shaping the estate’s muscular, graceful, and aromatic house style as he trained Fabrizio, who assumed control of the estate in 1999. Nestled in the southern Brunello subzone in the hills around Sant’Angelo in Colle, Il Poggione’s 1,482 acres (302 planted to vine) possess some astonishing terroir. Today’s Il Poggione grows its grapes with non-interventionist methods, and it crafts its wines in its state-of-the-art cantina using traditional methods, including aging its wines in large oak vats in its underground cellar. One of the great authentic Brunello makers, Il Poggione’s wines consistently over-perform both in the cellar and on the table.
Marchesi Antinori

Marchesi Antinori Pian delle Vigne Brunello di Montalcino 2016 750ml

About Marchesi Antinori Pian delle Vigne

Just over 450 acres (160 planted to vine) that sits about 3.5 miles southwest of the town of Montalcino above the Val d’Orcia, Pian... delle Vigne, or “plain of the vineyards,” gets its name from the nineteenth-century rail station located on the estate’s lands, a station that continues to in use today. Owned and operated by the Antinori family since 1995, Pian delle Vigne naturally possesses the components necessary for growing healthy Sangiovese Grosso grapes and making Piero Antinori’s ideal Brunello: southwest-facing vineyards with mineral rich clay-and-loam soils resting at an elevation of about 420 feet above sea level. The Pian delle Vigne team, helmed by enologist Renzo Cotarella, uses a combination of modern and traditional methods to craft its delicious, terroir-driven Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino, fermenting the grapes in stainless steel, employing a malolactic fermentation period, and aging in an array of sizes of large oak barrels. Conforming to the Antinori house style that puts deliciousness at the forefront, Pian delle Vigne’s Brunello wines have won a reputation for being balanced, refined, long-aging expressions that nonetheless allow for earlier approachability.
$79.00In Stock

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.
$79.00In Stock
Podere Grattamacco

Grattamacco Bolgheri Superiore 2016 750ml


About Grattamacco

Founded in 1977 by Piermario Meletti Cavallari, Grattamacco is a powerhouse producer of Super-Tuscan wine, yet this Bolgheri estate remains somewhat of an... underdog. Grattamacco is Bolgheri's second Super Tuscan estate — only Tenuta San Guido, whose Sassicaia vineyards abut those of Grattamacco, preceded it — and it has always held a special place in the hearts of savvy wine lovers. Grattamacco, now owned by ColleMassari who also owns Poggio di Sotto in Montalcino, spans 67 acres across one of Bolgheri’s only hills. Grattamacco may rest in the shadows of its more famous neighbors, but its wines are first class, and in-the-know buyers snap up the estate’s small output of elegant, finessed, and silky every chance they get.