special: top ten september 2019
Our Top Picks for September 2019
1aFrance » Lirac
Jeb Dunnuck 92 "Lastly, the 2015 Lirac Plateau des Chenes is the same Grenache-Syrah blend as the 2016, yet offers more Syrah character in its dark
1aPortugal » Estremadura - Lisboa
A low alcohol blend of 40% Malvasia, 30% Fernão Pire and 30% Seara Nova. The locals living around the Lisbon DO of Portugal frequently enjoy
1aFrance » Cotes du Rhone
Vinous Media 88 “Limpid orange-pink. Cherry, orange zest and pungent flowers and herbs on the nose and palate. Chewy and taut, showing good heft and a
1aArgentina » Uco Valley
Wine Advocate 91 "It's a field blend of approximately 50% Garnacha and 25% Monastrell that fermented together and some Syrah from a different vineyard that fermented
"The fruit-driven and straightforward 2015 Urban Uco Malbec fermented in stainless steel and matured in oak barrels for three months. There are notes of
1aItaly » Monferrato
James Suckling 90 An unusually cool and earthy character for a lighter Piedmont red, and a very interesting balance of supple tannins and fruit at
1aGermany » Mosel
This is an ancient grape, thought to have been planted in the Mosel regions by the Romans. Elbling is an offspring of gouais blanc and
1aSpain » Montsant
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