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TERRE DEL BAROLO Barolo Undicicomuni Arnaldo Rivera 2013

Terre Del Barolo 2013 Barolo Undicicomuni Arnaldo Rivera $29.99

Where is the world are you going to find a good Barolo for $30? Let alone $30 and got 93 points! It’s unheard of! Has enough fruit to drink now but tannins to age for decades.

Wine Spectator 93 Points

“The sweet fruit and solid structure play off each other as this evolves. Starts with floral, cherry, strawberry and licorice flavors, melding into the firm, resonant tannins as the finish extends. Complex, balanced and set for a long life. Best from 2022 through 2036. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 4,150 cases made.”

Purple Hands 2016 Pinot Noir Lone Oak Ranch $27.99

Anyone looking for a delicious Oregon Pinot Noir that won’t break the bank look no further. This Pinot probably veers more towards California but it’s not weighty at all. A great rating and a “Smart Buy” from Wine Spectator.

Wine Spectator 93 Points

“Elegantly spirited, with bright cherry and spice aromas and plushly complex raspberry and brown baking spice flavors that linger on the polished finish. Drink now through 2024. 2,400 cases made”

Borgo Scopeto 2015 Chianti Classico $13.99

I tasted 2 Chianti Classico’s recently. This one and another one that got 93 points from Wine Spectator. This one was far superior. This has some juicy fruit for an Italian wine but still maintains it’s Italian identity. A steal for $14!

Wine Spectator 90 points

“Bright cherry, strawberry, floral and earth aromas and flavors are the hallmarks of this elegant red. Firm and balanced, persistent on the finish. Give this a year to integrate. Drink now through 2028. 13,500 cases made.”

La Crema 2016 Chardonnay Sonoma Coast $18.99

Always a reliable source of quality Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, this Sonoma Coast once again delivers for the money.

Wine Spectator 90 Points

“Offers complex fruit from the get-go, with tangerine, nectarine and white peach notes at the core. Lively acidity keeps the flavors moving. Drink now through 2022. 100,000 cases made.”

2015 Daniel Cohn Cabernet Sauvignon Bellacosa

Daniel Cohn 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Bellacosa $22.99

The last tweet Robert Parker has sent out in over a year and a half was about this wine. Called it “Silky and Lush” and a “Great Value.” Rumored to have a lot of the Faust fruit in it, this has fantastic flavors of f blackberry, black cherry, touch of plum, currant and bit of earth.  This is a big wine for the money and drinks like wines 3 times it’s price!

Henry Fessy 2015 Domaine De Le Pierre Moulin-a-Vent

Henry Fessy 2015 Domaine De Le Pierre Moulin-a-Vent $16.99

Wine Spectator 91 Points

“This red is well-crafted, with ample cherry, violet and cassis notes meshed together with licorice snap and granite accents. A pure, focused acidity melds into the clean, smoke-tinged finish. Drink now through 2022.”


Tiefenbrunner 2017 Pinot Grigio $15.99

Wine Spectator 90 Points

“This balanced, light-bodied white offers a lively mix of peach, passion fruit, floral and pink grapefruit zest notes, with tangy acidity and a floral finish. Drink now through 2021.”

Volver Tarima Hill 2015

Volver 2015 Alicante Tarima Hill Old Vines $15.99

Always a super bargain, the 2015 kicks it up a level. Perfect with pizza, BBQ or a great steak!

Wine Spectator 92 Points and #17 on Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2017

“This red shows grace and depth. Black cherry, plum, mineral and smoke flavors mingle harmoniously over well-integrated tannins, while lively acidity keeps this focused. Not showy, but all the pieces fit together. Balanced, in the modern style. Monastrell. Drink now through 2025.”

Ramos Pinto 2015 Duas Quintas

Ramos Pinto 2015 Duas Quintas Duoro $14.99

Wine Spectator 90 Points

“This fresh, full-bodied red shows focus, with firm, integrated tannins guiding the plum, wild raspberry and sandalwood flavors underscored by graphite, pepper and spice accents. Aromas of tea and underbrush add detail to the long finish. Drink now through 2023.”

Wine Advocate 90 Points

“The 2015 Duas Quintas is a blend of 39% Touriga Nacional and 34% Touriga Franca, with the rest a field blend of miscellaneous others typical of the region, like Tinta Roriz and Tinta Amarela. About half the juice was aged in wood (20% in well-used French barriques, 30% in tonels) for 13 months. It comes in at 14% alcohol. This is a wonderful and classic regular 2015 tinto. As the pattern goes, this level generally has only modest concentration compared to the Reserva or years like 2011, but it has a wonderfully fresh feel that lifts intensely flavorful fruit. So, too, here—and in a year like this, you can double down on the freshness and flavor. Delicious and fruit forward yet beautifully supported by its acidity, this is a wine that is pretty hard to resist just now. It may not have grandeur, but it is worth leaning up on in its exuberant youth. It’s not just a fruit bomb, by the way. It also has the structure to age a bit. They traditionally do. In this year, though, the gorgeous fruit and fresh feel may make you dive in pretty fast. This is a super bargain in a lighter-styled, fresh red, what I call a “summer red” these days. Don’t drink it too warm.”


2015 Chanson Pere & Fils Bourgogne $19.99

Anyone looking for a reasonably priced entry level Burgundy that delivers exceptional character can look no further.

Wine Spectator 90 points

This has some density to the cherry, berry, spice and smoke flavors, but remains ripe and charming. Firms up on the finish, where earth and spice notes mingle. Drink now through 2023.

Chanson Vire Clesse

2015 Chanson Pere & Fils Vire-Clesse $18.99

Another fabulous value from Chanson, the 2015 Vire-Clesse offers awesome flavors at a unbelievable price.

Wine Spectator 91 Points

Very pure, this white delivers expressive aromas and flavors of peach, apple, spice and oyster shell. Lingers on the finish, with elements of spice and brown butter. Drink now through 2020.

2015 Santa Ema Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva

2015 Santa Ema Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva $12.99

We had their Merlot in a while back and it was just a great bottle of wine for the money. What Santa Ema delivers her is a wonderful bottle of Cab at a very affordable price.

Wine Spectator 91 Points

#29 on Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2017

“Dark plum and dried red berry flavors dominate this muscular red, with plenty of minty and savory accents. Medium-grained tannins support chocolate and cream details on the finish. Drink now through 2021.”