What better way to treat a cold month still shortly after the craziness of the holidays than with some nice savings. Our featured Top Ten for February are great every day deals for under $20. These are approachable, food friendly wines meant for making the end of your day just a bit better. Enjoy!
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“Aromas of grapefruit, fresh apricot and exotic fruits entice the senses. The palate commences with a juicy freshness that is balanced by a soft texture which leads to a seamless finish laced with lingering notes of coconut. Ideal for appetizers, this Sauvignon Blanc is the perfect wine to open your
“Deep ruby red color with little transparency. Intense clean and pleasing aromas of black cherry, blueberry, plum, carob and violet followed by walnut husk. Good balance, body and intense flavor. Pair it with flavorful pastas, pizzas, cheeses, grilled and roasted meats.”~Winery Notes
James Suckling 93"This shows a ripe black-fruit character complemented by herbal and soft-spice undertones. Full body, concentrated yet soft tannins and a soft texture defined by fascinating creaminess. Medium and flavorful with cedary undertones. Better in 2018."
" Domaine de Pouy is located in the foothills of Pyrénées, near the appellations of Madiran and Jurançon, about two hours southwest of Bordeaux. The cold fermentation of Ugni Blanc from the Bas-Armagnac region captures vibrant aromatics and guards freshness. The wine has a penetrating floral green
Vinous Media 89 “(fermented in older barrels and bottled at the end of May; partial malolactic fermentation as well as a bit of acidification in 2015): Pale yellow. Some very ripe tones to the aromas of peach, pear, cantaloupe and spices. Boasts good texture and old-vines depth but strong lemony
Grape: Merlot, Cabernet Franc Tasting Notes: Blackberry, Plum, Chocolate, Spice Robert Foley makes the Pier 41 wines, and the red is from the North Fork of Long Island. This blend is Merlot based with Cabernet Franc. It's bright palate is lined with a stony thread lending spine and definition.
Domaine de la Pepiere focuses on a variety of muscadet bottlings but the ‘Cuvee Granit’ is a blend of predominantly Cabernet Franc with the addition of Cot (Malbec), Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon sourced from a small 4-hectare vineyard dedicated to red varietals planted by Marc Ollivier near his
Wine Advocate 91 "A steal that I’ve been recommending for a number of years is the 2015 Botani Moscatel Old Vines. Totally dry and made from vines planted in 1946, 1968 and 1975, from the incredibly steep slate and quartz hillsides of Malaga, this is fermented with wild yeasts in stainless steel,