Four Italian partners got together to create this winery after recognizing the potential of old vines grown in the warm climate of Argentina. Bonarda also happens to have Italian origins. The Las Hormigas vineyard is located at 800 to 900 meters altitude. Blueberry fruit, a touch of acidity and a really warming wine from the most widely planted grape in the Argentine.
A bargain juicy red that flies off the shelf. Old vines Garnacha grown in chalky soils, close to the Priorat region in Aragon. Full-bodied with plenty of black and red fruits, hints of spice too. Winemaking Details: Fermented and Aged in Tank
Palazzone cultivates the indigenous grape varieties allowed in the Orvieto D.O.C., namely Procanico, Verdello, Grechetto, Drupeggio and Malvasia Toscana. They do not use insecticides or fungicides in their vineyards and are judicial in the amount of sulfur added to their wines. Word has it on the rough tough streets of Brooklyn that a good Orvieto has hints of almonds on the nose and a palate of white summer flowers. This is it...word.
This is yet another great value from Los Nevados. It’s everything you expect from Cabernet Sauvignon - hints of spice, smoke bell peppers and chocolate. It’s a perfect accompaniment to steak, venison and stews.
Masciarelli is the largest organically farmed Estate in Italy. This everyday charmer is a nice marriage of old and new world styles. It has a bit of earthiness in an old world way, but plenty of fruit to please just about anyone! It has a slightly smoky and dusty nose with dark berries and leather. Cherries, blackberries and chocolate round out the palate. This is a great "house wine" to have around for meals and friends. Winemaking Details: Stainless Steel Tank Fermentation
This great new value comes from the high zone of Mendoza in the Val de Uco. The vineyards of Los Nevados are planted at almost four thousand feet thus benefiting from the cooler climate and a longer growing season. This is a rich, full-bodied Chardonnay without the oak, making it refreshing and a bit too easy to drink!
This great new value comes from the high zone of Mendoza in the Val de Uco. The vineyards of Los Nevados are planted at almost four thousand feet thus benefiting from the cooler climate and a longer growing season. Fermented in stainless steel and aged in 30% new oak for a couple of months, it's got bright rich fruit with great balance of freshness and a complex finish.
Joostenberg is situated in the Muldersvlei area, roughly 15km north of Stellenbosch and 15km west of Paarl. The wines carry the “Wine of Origin Paarl” designation. They practice environmentally friendly farming, aim to produce wines that reflect their origin by not irrigating and adopting a minimal intervention approach in the winery. Most wines are fermented using natural yeasts and all additives are kept to an absolute minimum. It’s a spice attack, that’s also floral and rounded. Winemaking Details: Spontaneous Yeast Fermentation
Little touch of the grassy notes from a typical Sauv Blanc but leaning more to lemon and lime fruit on the palate makes this a very refreshing wine.
Light gold with plenty of bubbles, this wine has aromas of apples and pears with pleasant floral notes. Crisp and light-bodied on the palate, stone fruit flavors are accompanied by a mild minerality and balanced acidity. A delicious sparkler for a great price! Winemaking Details: Natural Yeast Fermentation,