Bright yellow-gold. Fresh pit fruits, orange and a hint of smokiness on the nose and in the mouth. Chewy and focused, showing good depth and building spiciness on the nicely persistent finish, which leaves a hint of yellow plum behind.
Notes of blackberries, dark cherries, blackcurrants and baking spices. Medium body with creamy tannins. Round and juicy with lots of fruit and a ripe, chocolatey finish. Drink now.
The 2021 Dolcetto d'Alba represents the essence of old-school Dolcetto. Dark blue/purplish fruit, lavender, licorice and a touch of game all run through this pleasantly rustic, classic Dolcetto from Alessandria.
A truly dynamic bottle of bubbles. Incredibility fine for a bottle under $20.
The 2022 Allan Scott - Sauvignon Blanc is a clean and fresh example of Marlborough with the bright aromatics and flavors we’ve come to expect from this region. An easy drinking style with fresh fruit for enjoying in its youth
It might be the power of suggestion of the wine’s name, but Alpine Rift's 2021 Sauvignon Blanc offers glacial purity. Don’t expect a sweaty, tropical style; this is much more herbal and fresh-faced. There’s an attractive and distinctive fennel bite among ...