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Trentadue 2016 La Storia Petite Sirah$29.99–$323.88
Alexander Valley California
This wine is a beautiful blend of Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Carignane and Syrah. The wine has a very dark, opaque color, a beautiful nose of concentrated blueberries and blackberries that leads to a full body mouth feel with engagingly soft tannins. After short aeration, the nose opens up with the addition of cocoa and slight earthiness, followed by brown sugar and a touch of vanilla. Overall, the aromas are of fresh dark fruit and is very attractive. This wine will definitely age well and if stored properly will give you the most enjoyment in 5-8 years. WBC
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TRENTADUE 2016 Old Patch Red$12.99–$155.88
Rather than harkening back to the hearty red field blends of days past, this easy-going offering is instead fruity and friendly with all of its tannic edges wholly rounded off. It smacks of juicy plums and ripe berries one moment and at a touch of creamy oak the next, and it is a cohesive, thoroughly inviting wine that will make lovely drinking with barbecued fare this summer and on into the next.
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Tres Sabores 2018 Sauvignon Blanc Farina Vineyard$23.99–$264.00
Sonoma Mountain California
Tres Sabores means “Three Flavors” in Spanish, and in each of our wines, you’ll find three equally savory, yet distinct tastes: the Terroir, or flavor embodied by the unique location of our ranch; the Vine, or distinct character of the grape variety; and the Artisan, or winemaker’s personal contribution of style and intuition. When appropriately balanced, these flavors result in wines with intense, yet delicate aromas and a structure that supports both long-term aging and immediate enjoyment.
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Trim 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon$16.99–$89.94
83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Cabernet Franc, 5% Malbec, 4% Petit Verdot, 1% Merlot “Early, even and excellent,” are three words that have been used to describe the 2013 growing season. A warm, dry spring brought early bud break, helped with canopy vigor and berry size and created ideal conditions for flowering and fruit set under sunny skies. Winemakers from around the valley agree that the 2013 vintage shows exceptional promise and potential and exceeds expectations following on the heels of 2012 – another year that has been described as “nearly perfect.”
Buy this by the 6pk for $14.99 per bottle
Trinchero 2013 Mario’s Cabernet Sauvignon$53.99
Trinitas 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon$44.99–$239.94
Napa Valley California
James Suckling 91 Rating
Rich red cherries are abundant on the nose accompanied by notes of plum, blackberry compote, muddled blueberries, cocoa, and a hint of baking spices. The Cabernet is incredibly rich in flavor but surprisingly elegant and velvety in structure. Chocolate covered black cherries and beautiful blackberries are present throughout the core. Hints of molasses and barrel spices round out the silky finish on this rich Cabernet Sauvignon. UF
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True Myth 2015 Chardonnay$16.99–$179.88
Edna Valley Central Coast California
Displaying aromas of pear, pineapple, tangerine and vanilla this classic Chardonnay from the Edna Valley shows flavors of tropical fruit, with a hint of minerality and a creamy texture. Refreshing acidity keeps the wine lively and fresh from start to finish, a signature of Paragon Vineyard, and is topped off with the excellent accompaniment of vanilla bean and toasted oak. WBC
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True Myth 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon$19.99–$203.88
Paso Robles California
This Cabernet Sauvignon is pure Paso Robles, full of polished aromas of blackberry, cherry, and vanilla, leading to flavors of dark red fruits, black currants and hints of pepper, cocoa powder, and caramelized oak. Rich yet smooth, this wine is very approachable now and will continue to mature for years to come. WBC
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Tsiakkas 2011 Koymanaapia Commandaria$49.99–$299.94
The wine is made from two local grapes, the blue grape mavro blue and the white xynisteri. The grapes are grown on the southern slopes of the Troodos Mountains, about 30 kilometers north of Limassol, in poor volcanic soil. 14 villages are entitled to make Commandaria. The wine growers in Cyprus are lucky; there is no phylloxera on the island so no grafting on American rootstock is necessary.
The grapes are picked very ripe, even overripe, and thus very rich in sugar. They are then dried in the sun for one or two weeks to further increase the sugar content. Then, the grapes are pressed and the must undergoes a slow and long fermentation, often during 2-3 months. Sometimes the winemaker fortifies it with grape spirit, but it is not mandatory. The wine is aged in oak barrels for at least two years. The alcohol content of the finished wine is usually around 15%. According to the regulations, however, the alcohol may reach 20%. Commandaria wines have the sweetness, the richness and the caramel aromas in common. Some of them are almost overwhelming. To be enjoyed as an after dinner drink or with a chocolate dessert. Or whenever you feel the need for an energy boost.
Buy this by the 6pk for $49.99 per bottle