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Quinta do Passadouro Passa Tinto 2014Quinta do Passadouro is located on the left bank of the Pinhão River in the Douro Valley. The estate is co-owned by the Bohrmann family and Jorge Serôdio Borges, whose family has been in the Port wine business for years. Jorge also serves as director and head winemaker. This sprawling property in the heart of the Douro’s Cima Corgo consists of two different vineyards: Quinta do Passadouro and Quinta do Sibio. Both vineyards boast a range of indigenous varieties native to the Douro, including Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, Sousão and Tinta Barroca. Natural farming is prioritized, and no chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides are used. Irrigation is minimal and performed only by hand, and indigenous yeasts are used for almost all fermentation. Due to the steep grade of the slopes where the vineyards are planted and the narrow width of the terraces, all grapes must be picked by hand. Traditional foot-treading in granite lagares is often employed, which yields fine, silky tannins since the process is so gentle on the grapes. The wines are all aged in French barriques. This wine is sourced from both vineyard sites and is made from Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz, and Touriga Franca, with vines up to 60 years old. The wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks and then aged in second- and third-passage French oak for 18 months. Ruby red in color, this wine has an elegant nose of red fruit, plum, and the black cherry characteristic of Touriga Franca. On the palate it is smooth and balanced with a pleasant acidity.
Castellani Sangiovese Toscana 2014The Castellani family has been making wine in Tuscany since the end of the 19th Century and exporting that wine since 1903. Their history in winemaking hasn't been without difficulties - a flood in 1966 forced the familiy to temporarilly transfer production to a nearby facility, and a fire on New Year's Day of 1982 almost spelled the end, but an estate acquisisiton and the leadership of fourth-generation Piergiorgio Castellani kept the story rolling to today. This wine is made with grapes selected from Castellani’s coastal vineyards with characterized by the typical sandy, clayey and calcareous soil. A portion of this wine is refined in wood for six months, the remaining part remains in steel tanks for at least one year. The two different cuvée are blended before bottling. Red fruits mingle with sweet woody notes. Warm, the nice texture is characterized by vigorous but delicate tannins. The slight aging in wood gives the wine a pleasant feel of toasted coffee and vanilla Intense ruby red color. Rich plum and bramble fruit flavors and a slight hint of cherries followed by a characteristic scent of violets, strawberries, and pepper. Delicious with pasta dishes, pizza, grilled vegetables, game meat, Fiorentina steak.
Chateau Roche Darjac Bordeaux Rouge 2015Roche Darjac is a contemporary take on a traditional Bordeaux wine. It is expressly made in a modern style, one that allows for immediate enjoyment. This is a blend of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. An expressive nose, with red fruit and chocolate aromas combined with vanilla notes. The palate is delicious and soft revealing a rich, robust substance with hints of roasted notes. Pair this with your favorite red meats and roasted game dishes. Especially nice with roasted or grilled lamb.
Château-de-Birot Blanc De Birot 2014Located near Cadillac, on the right bank of the Garonne, Château Birot has been making wine with for over 200 years. Built during the second half of the 18th century for the important Bordeaux wine merchant Monsieur de Parouty, the estate was purchased in 1989 by Eric and Hélène Fournier-Casteja, both of whom hail from winemaking families throughout Sauternes and Saint-Émilion. The estate has 37 hectares of vineyards, 16 dedicated to sauvignon blanc and semillon, planted on a clay-limestone terroir with some gravelly areas. Particular attention and care is given to the vineyard to control yields in order to ensure each grape the best possible development. The deliberate choice to maintain hedgerows among the parcels of vines at Château Birot is to reinforce protection for the local ecosystem, as well as to favor the reworking of soils that naturally protect against fungal diseases. The Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillion are harvested simultaneously and in equal amounts. The wines are vinified in oak barrels at the beginning of their fermentation and are bottled after a year of aging in 20% new French Oak.
Robert Hall Viognier 2016During a family trip to France in the late 70’s, Robert Hall visited the Rhone valley and was captivated by the winery lifestyle of farming, crafting wine and the pairing of wine with food. Robert began developing his idea for a premium-producing vineyard and winery in the early-80’s, and ventured west with the goal of visiting each of California’s wine appellations to explore the optimum growing conditions for the production of premium wine grapes, specifically the Rhone varieties he had enjoyed so much. In early-90’s, Robert and Margaret discovered the perfect terroir in the Paso Robles appellation. Featuring soil rich in nutrients, coupled with warm days and cool nights, Robert felt the viticultural conditions were ideal to the development of the enological characteristics he was seeking to produce. “Home Ranch” was acquired in 1995. Soon after, the “Terrace” and “Bench” vineyards joined the Hall Ranch enclave. Throughout the years, their family members have joined them in this ever-growing wine community. Robert Hall Winery is the result of an old-fashioned work ethic combined with traditional winemaking techniques, state-of-the-art equipment and a team of dedicated professionals. This is one-third barrel fermented and aged, with the remaining two-thirds fermented and aged in stainless steel. This wine is marked by orange blossom and sweet spice aromas, with flavors of white peach and honeysuckle with a hint of lime zest. On the palate the wine has a luscious body and finishes with a balanced mouth-watering acidity.
Domaine Faury Saint Joseph 2016Domaine Faury is one of the Northern Rhone Valley’s most artisanal producers. When Philippe Faury took over the domaine in 1979, the family was selling wine, peaches and cherries, and the bulk of their clientele was local. Over the years, Philippe expanded their holdings to over eleven hectares, and expanded sales to an international client base. In addition, he has shared his savoir faire with his son, Lionel. Since 2006, Lionel has taken over the reins at Domaine Faury, though father and son still work side by side. The steep slopes of the northern Rhône present a challenging terrain where farming is only feasible through terracing. On these terraced slopes, the Faurys’ vines take full advantage of the southern and southeastern sun exposure, benefitting from optimum ripening. A combination of the predominately granitic soil, partial de-stemming (in about 70% of the grapes), soft crushing of the grapes with a pneumatic press, and temperature controlled fermentation offer a liveliness and freshness that one does not often find in wines from the northern Rhône. There’s a real attention to detail here, and nothing is done in haste. Every method used encourages the grape towards greatness with the ultimate respect for its fragility. Pigeage, the punching of the cap, is not carried out with tools, but gently by foot – not just poetic but also pragmatic. Unfined and only lightly filtered before bottling, these wines are loaded with classic flavors and show a remarkable rustic elegance. 92 Points - Vinous Media "Scents of fresh blackberry and boysenberry, complicate by smoky herbs and pungent floral notes. Sappy, appealingly sweet dark berry and cherry flavors show very good delineation and pick up a spicy quality with air. Finishes with bright, energetic cut, sneaky tannins and lingering sweetness."
Aperol AperitivoThe name says it all: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in color, it has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, which has never been changed, with infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and many other herbs and roots in perfect proportions. Aperol's strength is in its low-alcohol content of only 11 percent. Nose: Lightly alcoholic, zesting orange with appealing complex herbal scents harmonized with a touch of vanilla. Body: Intense orange top with herbal and woody body notes, pleasantly bittersweet and salty. Texture: Velvety and rounded, with long-lasting orange and wood memories. Backtaste: Herbal long pleasant typical bitterness.
Prairie Cucumber VodkaMild cucumber on the nose, fresh on the palate, crisp at the finish. Pure and refreshing to the last sip.
Town Branch BourbonAged in new, #4 charred white oak barrels Town Branch is infused with a golden amber honey color, which is an inviting introduction to this masterfully crafted bourbon. Pleasant woody and oaky aromas lead into caramel, toffee, brown sugar, and hints of cherry. The lavish and complex flavors are smooth and sweet with a gentle warming leading to a long finish. Named for the Town Branch waterway upon which Lexington was founded and once was the site of much bourbon production, Town Branch® Bourbon celebrates Lexington’s rich distilling history.
High West Distillery American Prairie BourbonA complex and delicious blend of straight bourbons at a great price that supports a great cause. Nose: Light caramel and sweet vanilla. Taste: Rich and earthy on the palate with well balanced flavors of candy corn, honey nougat and sweet corn bread biscuits. Finish: Vanilla with a hint of caramel apple. How to Enjoy: Neat, on ice and great in cocktails. High West is dedicated to preserving and promoting the American West. American Prairie is a superb premium bourbon whiskey dedicated to one of the greatest land preservation projects of our time. The American Prairie Reserve in Montana is a 5000 Square mile land tract the size of Connecticut restored to what Lewis and Clark would have seen. High West will donate 10% of after tax profits from each bottle to the American Prairie Foundation.
Hangar One RoséA unique blend of Hangar 1 Vodka and California rosé wine. Floral with notes of crisp apple, sweet pea blossoms, and a hint of oak on the nose, with a silky and soft mouthfeel finishing fresh with hints of cranberry.
La Gritona Reposado TequilaThis exciting new tequila is made by one of the few but rising tide of female distillers in tequila country at the tiny NOM 1533 in the Valle de Guadalupe. Gritona is made according to traditional methods and because the team begins with perfectly ripened select highland agave plants, they ensure no shortcuts are necessary on their way to great tequila. The harvested plants are slow cooked in brick ovens and then left to naturally ferment with ambient yeasts before being double distilled in small pot stills. The new make spirit is then aged for 8 months in old American oak barrels. Complex and brooding in character the spirit gives off notes of caramelized fruit, ginger and pepper.
Bellis BourbonUnlike other young bourbons, which are typically harsh, Bellis Bourbon undergoes a second distillation process to remove impurities for a smooth finish. This proprietary process separates out the fusel oils from the flavor, color, and aroma, making the bourbon easy to drink. Fusel oils - German for "bad liquor"- are a mixture of several alcohols which are produced as a byproduct of alcohol fermentation. These oils give spirit products a harsh rubbing alcohol taste and may contribute to hangover symptoms. Bourbon is prone to having excessive concentrations of fusel oils, but unlike other bourbons, Bellis Bourbon is so smooth, you'll want a double. When you see the Bellis Bourbon barrel, you can expect a consistently smooth bourbon from the first sip to the last drop.
Hewitson Old Garden Mouvedre 2010Established in 1998 Hewitson winery is situated in the heart of the Barossa Valley, Australia, on the historic Seppeltsfield Road and boasts some of the oldest vines in the world. The grapes for this wine are sourced from Hewitson’s Old Garden, an ancient vineyard of Mourvèdre planted in 1853 by Friedrich Koch. Old Garden has seen the entire history of Australia’s wine industry evolve around it. Having survived floods, fires, famines and the worldwide spread of Phylloxera in the late 1800s, this is the oldest-known surviving planting of Mourvèdre. “With a medium density of garnet color, the 2010 Mourvedre Old Garden is evolving into a meat and earth-laced bake berry and preserved plum character with nuances of new leather and underbrush. Medium to full-bodied, it delivers plenty of earthy/savory flavor with a firm backbone of chewy tannins and a good, long finish.” – 92 Points, Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Wine Advocate
Noble Tree Wickersham Ranch Merlot 2013Wickersham Ranch Vineyard The Vineyard is located in Northwest Sonoma county, wedged between the Rockpile AVA and the Sonoma Coast AVA. It is planted to Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petite Verdot and Malbec at an elevation of 2,200 feet on a western facing slope. The Vineyard is one of the most remote sites in all of Sonoma County and offers the ideal microclimate to grow grapes for the production of Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon of the highest quality. A beautiful, dark ruby-purple colored Merlot. Offers aromas of lead pencil, and spiced red fruits. Flavors of blackberry, black pepper with an almost spicy texture. Finishes with well defined chalky tannins.
Field Stone Sauvignon Blanc 2015Fermentation was finished without malolactic fermentation to further accentuatethe wine's fresh-fruit character. Food Pairing: With food, Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most versatile of all white wines. Ours is especially delicious when served slightly chilled with brightly flavored Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Southwestern-Hispanic foods. And unlike other white wines, we have found that our Sauvignon Blanc is one of the best complementary matches with corn and corn-based foods (polenta, tortillas, and tamales) and with herbal fare (basil, garlic, and cilantro). Of course, this wine also serves as an excellent aperitif, and, either chilled or, at cool room temperature, it is a superb table accompaniment to poached or grilled seafood, chicken, pastas, salads and many vegetarian dishes.