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Cielo Prosecco BottlePull up a cloud, this is a little heaven on earth… literally. Cielo, translates into Heaven, and that is quite fitting for this Prosecco. This is our go-to this season. Drink it on its own or in a cocktail – we recommend an Aperol Spritz.
Bartoni PrimitivoPrimitivo variety grows in Puglia (the heel of Italy) which is today known in the United States as Zinfandel. The grape typically produces robust red wines. A nose of licorice and red berries. It is full-bodied, warm and fruity, with rich tannins.
Bartoni Sangiovese 1.5L BottleFruity flavors and hints of cherries and strawberries with some spicy notes. The perfect company with pizza and pasta dishes.
Bandolino ProseccoWe have a winner! This wine just won Prosecco Winery of the Year at the New York International Wine Challenge. It won a Gold Medal, so this is the closest you’ll get to liquid gold!
Minini Syrah Tank No. 11
Château La Dauphine DelphisFronsac is located right next to St. Emilion (where they make mega-pricey, sought-after wines.) My dad and I visited this winery this past summer. The vineyards are bio-dynamically farmed and all of their grapes are hand-picked. If someone at your dinner table likes Bordeaux, they’ll love this!
Montespina VerdejoMontespino Verdejo is like adding lime to a flavorful meal or turning up the volume when the music is already blasting. On a scale of 1 to 10, this wine is a 12! Why I love it? It’s similar to a Sauvignon Blanc or stainless steel Chardonnay, with clean, crisp and refreshing notes. It’s full of citrusy fruit flavors (like lime) and has a high acidity, which makes it ideal with seafood. - Blake Leonard, Certified Sommelier
Penélope Sánchez CavaCava is hot! It’s made in Spain the same way as Champagne but for a fraction of the cost. This dry wine has an elegant acidity and is versatile enough to serve with any meal. Thank you to our friend Luis for making this wine!
Bartoni Chianti ClassicoItalian food without Chianti is almost like having pasta without sauce. It’s just meant to go together. The Sangiovese grape is the most widely planted grape in Italy and is also the star of this wine (and all those labelled Chianti and Chianti Classico). With this wine’s bright red fruity and acidity, there’s a chance this might just become your favorite too.
Alain Corcia JulienasThis wine is the song that comes on and no matter what, you can’t help but to start dancing to. If you want to know, that song for me is Can’t Stop This Feeling By Justin Timberlake. This cru Beaujolais, made from the Gamay grapes, is irresistible and made by my friend, Alain Corcia. - Blake Leonard, Certified Sommelier Juliénas wines are earthy and weighty with a deep ruby red color with aromas of strawberry, violet, cinnamon, red currant and peony. The appellation sits in the far northwest of Beaujolais and due to the diverse terrain, Julienas wines are quite complex. Cru Beaujolais are some of the best valued wines in the world. This wine is well-made, balanced, food-friendly and just DELICIOUS!