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Jeff Rogers recommends:

  • Red Newt Lahoma Vineyard Riesling 2011

    If you're looking for a high quality Riesling that wont break the bank, this is definitely the one! A lot more peachy overtones here rather than those ripe green apple notes you get in a lot of other Rieslings. This hits you with a modest dose of residual sugar, counteracted by a GLORIOUS acidic back. This really is a great example of what one of the most underrated wine regions can do.
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Sandra Zotti recommends:

  • Ampeleia Kepos 2010

    Rhone style blend from Maremma, Tuscany produced by prominent winemaker Elisabetta Foradori?? Sold!! I first had Kepos 3 years ago while dining in New York City and immediately fell in love. I've been a devotee ever since! A blend of Grenache, Mourvedre, Carignan, Alicante Bouschet and Marselan, this wine has a beautiful bright red ruby color with aromas of raspberry, cherry, spice, herbs and tobacco. As it matures, Kepos will undoubtedly continue to gain complexity and intensity. My most recent food pairing?? Sausage and Broccoli Rabe on fresh Italian rolls.....PERFECTION!!!
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Jim Gorman recommends:

  • Gassier Nostre Pais Blanc 2012

    Time to expand your world of wines with a different white wine. Sure we all know chards and sauvignon blancs but here is one that any lover of white wine should try. It has hints of butter and citrus at the same time. The blend is 53% Grenache Blanc, 38% Roussanne and a spash of Viognier and Bourboulenc. It has the weight to go with full bodied foods and the fruit to match up with spicy dishes at the same time. The beauty of this wine is that you can just drink it on its own and every glass may taste a little bit different. The last vintage sold out fast grab some while this one is sill around.
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Tom Reissmann recommends:

  • Anselmo Mendes Contacto Alvarinho 2012

    It's time to start thinking about whites again, and at the forefront of my mind is the 2012 Contacto Alvarinho from Vino Verde master, Anselmo Mendes. Contacto is one of the greatest Vino Verdes produced and with one sip you will see why. "Contacto" references this wine's extended skin contact and it is well that it is featured so prominently in the name. That is what makes this wine so interesting. The fullest and richest way to make a light and airy wine... the epitome of balance and the meeting of wayward points. The perfect white for the changing seasons? Effusive notes of white flowers, peach, and lychee are joined by a rich and creamy sensation which wrap around the palate on the finish. A gorgeous and sublimely interesting wine!
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Stephen Fahy recommends:

  • Artadi Pagos Viejos 2006

    I just tasted the 2006 Vinas Artadi Pagos Viejos Rioja. It's 9:47am on a Saturday, and in all my years of experience, training and travel, I count this wine as one of the best Spanish wines I have ever experienced. Big words, and rarely would I insist you not miss this opportunity, but that is precisely what I am telling you. The 2006 Artadi Pagos Viejos boasts biodynamically grown fruit from the estate's oldest parcels, averaging 75+ years of age, matured in large oak barrel. Made by Rioja's legendary winemaker Juan Carlos López de Lacalle, this wine humbled me -- thunder in a glass: gorgeous, beautifully delineated, savory, layered and richly textured that unfolded gloriously with air. It reminds me of a cross between Chateauneuf du Pape and Barolo, but distinctly Spanish. Yes, this release scored double 94 point scores and was just named Winery of the Year by Spain's most important critical wine trade publication, Penin Guide. But here's the bottom line: if you're a fan of powerful earth-driven reds with a flair and stle that is both classic and sublime, this release is nothing short of magical.
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Kristen Murphy recommends:

  • Chateau De La Negly La Brise Marine Blanc 2011

    This was one of my favorite finds of late! I almost missed my chance to try this wine...and good thing I was able to keep that appointment! This wine from Chateau de la Negly is a blend of two grapes on the not often heard from club: Bourboulenc and Roussanne. Both grapes are used is white blends in the Rhone, but seeing a more focused cuvee with these two is a rarity! Grown on limestone soils near the Mediterranean, this white is crisp and bright, with notes of white peach, saline, lemon, and chamomile. This is one of those refreshing whites where you find yourself pouring another glass without thinking! Perfect for the spring and summer, its acidity gives it versatility with food, from raw oysters to pork roasts.
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Ian Dorin recommends:

  • Domaine Thibert Macon Fuisse 2012

    This was a super find. The 2012 vintage of this is remarkably fresh and clean, but has great body and weight for a wine of this price. Loads of minerality and clean fruit flavors are perfectly framed in this incredible value. This is easily worth twice the price.
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Justin Novello recommends:

  • Tensley Santa Barbara Syrah 2011

    This Sryah is all class. Parker mentioned the 2010 vintage as "One of the finest values in Sryah," and this followup is better. Full bodied, but well refined, yummy deep blackberries with rounded sweet tannins. Elegance!
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Eric Oliveria recommends:

  • Quinta De Pancas Reserva Lisboa 2009

    he '09 Quinta De Pancas Reserva is a wonderful blend of Cab Sauv, Merlot, Touriga Nacional, Alicante Bouschet, and Petit Verdot. These varietals seamlessly blend together to form a solid, smooth wine. Full-bodied, with some small notes of spice, intense plum flavor. Drink it now or through the next five years.
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Giovanni Sabree recommends:

  • Vina Olabarri Gran Reserva 2005

    All of the expectations we have of Rioja is captured in the 2005 Vina Olabarri. This is a big fulfilling wine with great notes of dark fruits and spice. Vina Olabarri is 80% Tempranillo /20% Mazuelo and Graciano,aged for 24 months in American and French vats. I just can’t get enough of this attractive, velvety wine with smoothly integrated tannins. If you like Rioja this is a Must Have!
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Brant Krihak recommends:

  • Skouras Megas Oenos 2008

    Super interesting wine. 80% Agioritiko that comes from vines up to 80 years old and 20% Cabernet that comes from vines averaging 35 years. The result is a wine full of fruit and spice with just enough tannins and acidity for balance. There's also a bit of leather that comes from the old vines and the oak is really well integrated. This is a great lesson for what old vines do for grape flavors and for the price not terribly expensive to experience it.
  • Retail $28.99

    $22.98 per btl
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Brandon Warnke recommends:

  • Tensley Santa Barbara Syrah 2011

    A flat out incredible bottle of wine for $20. Big, rich and full bodied with plenty of fruit, yet well structured so it doesn't come off over the top. This is the go to producer for incredible Syrah from California. While this vintage has yet to be scored, the last vintage earned a 92 Point score from Robert Parker himself. Awesome!
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