|Region||Italy : Tuscany : Sant'Antimo|
|Producer||Casanova di Neri|
Casanova di Neri
Rosso Casanova di Neri is possibly the wine that best represents the attempt to marry innovation and tradition. It is the synthesis of the strong personality and character conveyed by Sangiovese, together with the immensely drinkable quality of Colorino, a typically autochthonous grape, which makes it particularly well suited to drinking with meals every day.
|Region||New Zealand : Marlborough|
Colour: Pale straw Bouquet: Lifted fruit aromas of passion fruit, and grapefruit with a background citrus character. Complex mineral and sweet pea notes add interest. Palate: Generous and supple with abundant tropical fruits. Initial fruit sweetness is balanced by fine acidity to leave a mouth-watering finish.
This is bright, lively and distinctive for its apricot, lime and tangerine flavors, which zip nicely through the long, vibrant finish. Drink now.Score: 91. —Harvey Steiman, March 31, 2010.
An intense, youthful ruby in color, this wine displays lovely scents of ripe black currants and spices. Smooth and complex in the mouth, it shows good fruit and soft tannins, and will complements red meat dishes, grill and barbecues. Allow to breathe before serving.
|Varietal||Grenache, Syrah, Mourvédre|
|Region||United States : Washington : Columbia Valley|
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On this label the family crest depiction of a severed left hand tells the story of a rowing competition among the ONeills & the OReillys (Owen Roe was an ONeill). Whoever touched land first after rowing across the lake was rewarded with the land he touched. Lagging behind, one of the kinsfolk grabs his sword to cleave his hand and pitches it ashore to touch land first. He won the land and eventually ruled over it as king. Our primary source for this wine is Dr. Steve Elerdings vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills, where the proximity of the Columbia River is a vital part of the success of these traditional Rhone varietals. This wine is very dark with fruit flavors, pepper and an excellent texture. The blend is 62% Grenache, 35% Syrah, 3% Mourvedre.
|Region||France : Loire Valley : Quincy|
|Producer||Domaine Sylvain Bailly|
A favorite at the Shoppe, after tasting Sylvain Bailly's Quincy with its flinty character and intense minerally driven citrus fruit, you might forget that this does not originate from the village of Sancerre.
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