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Campos de RiscaCampos de Risca
It is a wonder anything can grow in the arid, rugged and rocky terrain of south-east Spain. However that is exactly where you will find the drought resistant grape Monastrell that makes up the majority of this wine. Pleasing aromas of blackberries and black pepper make this a must with your next goat cheese.
Grape • Monastrell, Syrah
Place • Murcia, Spain
FYI • Risca is the name of the local bleached limestone soil.
F.X. Barc Complices de Loire Pointe d'AgrumesF.X. Barc Complices de Loire Pointe d'Agrumes
Francois-Xavier Barc served as the winemaker for the famed estate Charles Joguet for many years. In 2010 he decided to go it alone by making his own wine. This wildly popular white is refreshing with hints of citrus and minerality. Drink on its own or pair with seafood.
Grape • Sauvignon Blanc
Place • Touraine, France
FYI • Touraine takes its name from the Celtic tribe Turones.
Chateau Suau RoséChateau Suau Rosé
This wine switches between Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot each vintage depending on which provides the greatest ability to provide the bright, refreshing strawberry-like quality it is known for. Bright acidity, a light salmon color and aromas of raspberry and strawberry make this a quafable winner year after year.
Grape • Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Place • Bordeaux, France
FYI • Bordeaux is considered the wine capital of the world.
a touch of pedigree
Longboard MerlotLongboard Merlot
These grapes come from their own single-vineyard estate named Dakine, or "The Best" as a type of Hawaiian expression. A small plot at just four acres, it still cranks out some memorable wines that are elegant yet full-bodied. Aromas of blackcurrant, blueberry, and chocolate. Pairs well with filet mignon.
Grape • Merlot, Malbec
Place • Sonoma, California
FYI • The owner has surfed on four continents.
Nigl Zweigelt RoséNigl Zweigelt Rosé
This part of Austria has just enough warmth to grow red grapes. That is why first generation winemaker Martin Nigl is able to work with Zweigelt here to produce a delicious rosé full of strawberry, cherry and a hint of white pepper. Try this with French onion soup or clam chowder, salmon, or with a cheese course.
Grape • Zweigelt
Place • Kremstal, Austria
FYI • Austria has the world’s strictest wine producing regs.
Heinrich ZweigeltHeinrich Zweigelt
The Heinrich's founded their winery in 1990 and converted to biodynamic viticulture in 2006. Extended contact on the lees provides a truly unique expression of Burgenland. Aromas of black cherry, baking spice, and a hint of smoke make this wine a perfect match with baked chicken, bacon, or even with greens.
Grape • Zwigelt
Place • Burgenland, Austria
FYI • This grape was developed in 1922 by Fritz Zweigelt.
as good as it gets
Domaine Collotte CombereauDomaine Collotte Combereau
The old vines found on this parcel of land owened by Philippe Collotte and his family grow on crinoidal limestone on bedrock. This results in an attractive wine with a silky complexity and prominent notes of plum. We're enjoying this all by itself.
Grape • Pinot Noir
Place • Burgundy, France
FYI • Marsannay is located in the Cote de Nuits.
Fabienne Cottagnoud Caves des TilleulsFabienne Cottagnoud Caves des Tilleuls
The Cottagnoud's are traditionalists who push boundaries. Working with the schist and granite soils found in their small village, they produce a pinot noir that is not at all Burgundian but reflects the fresh, cool mountain climate they are found in. Notes of raspberry and casis with an expressive minerality.
Grape • Pinot Noir
Place • Vetroz, Switzerland
FYI • Nearly all Swiss wine is consumed within Switzerland.
Badenhorst Family RedBadenhorst Family Red
The cellar on the farm was last used in the 1930's until Adi and his cousin Hein rebooted the operation in 2007. Old bush-vines dot the granite outcrop to produce grapes that go into one of South Africa's very best reds. Aromatically intoxicating full of black pepper, anise, and black cherry. Pair with grilled t-bone.
Grape • Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, Tinta Barocca
Place • Swartland, South Africa
FYI • Swartland means "the black land."