Carro Monastrell $14.00
The higher altitudes of Yecla result in a more aromatic, fresher style, making this wine a very easy sipper. Ripe black fruits, plum, licorice, and a hint of pepper. The gentle tannins balanced perfectly by its acidity, this one you've got to try!
The word Monastrell is a synonym for monastery being that the monks were among the first to cultivate the grape. Well praise Him, this 100% Monastrell from Alicante shows His majesticness through aromas of blueberry, blackberry, black cherry, undertones of dusty earth and fresh herbs. Big, juicy, delicious red.
Juan Gil $16.00
We dont believe there's such a thing as "rose season." Its rose all day, everyday! Juan Gil is known for his production of Monastrell and he brings us an equally delicious rose. Floral notes, juicy strawberry and just an overall patio pounder. Great with cheese, seafood or by itself.
This is still Burgundy but on a budget and using a different grape than the norths Pinot Noir. From one of the best, if not the best, Crus of Beaujolais, cola and light berry on the palate mixed in with a little mushroom and spice. A Rock Star at this price.
5 Finques $19.00
D.O. Emporda lies right along the border of Spain and France. It's no wonder why you'll find all the Bordeaux and Rhone varietals together in this Spanish wine. Ripe black fruits, anise and clove flood from the glass. Grippy tannins beg for food with this wine. A good amount of acid making this a well balanced bottle of juice.
Chateau de Bord $19.00
Just to the west of the infamous Chateauneuf-du-pape lies the village of Laudub from where this wine hails. Originally planted during the Roman rule, now owned by the Brotte family, tis wine gives bright raspberry flavors with an earthy, clay profile along with fennel and sage. A gritty texture as if your tasting the land it comes from. Single vineyard, delicious and affordable!
Luddite Saboteur $29.00
100% estate grown fruit from Walker Bay, South Africa. With a growing reputation for quality wines, this blend shows us exactly what South Africa is capable of. Shiraz dominant with Mouvedre and Cab Sav adding a little umph to the blend. Eucalyptus, sweet jalapeno peppery note and black fruits. Big body and plenty of structure. Have a glass ready with your next roast or ribeye!
Telegramme C.D.P. $49.00
If your sock are on, prepare for them to be blown off! This C.D.P. is made from seven single vineyard sites, some of which are Grand cru areas. The only thing that separates this from the Grand Crus is that younger vnes are used for this wine. Grenache dominant with Syrah, Mouvedre and Cinsault in the blend. Black cherry and raspberry, baking spice and white pepper and licorice. Juicy and delicious!