Here’s a huge opportunity to grab an utterly delicious, velvety and pure Willamette Valley Pinot Noir for less than $30 – way less (from $21.98, in fact). It’s from the great 2014 vintage, a year that delivered rich, ripe, red berry fruit and plenty of body without losing any of Oregon’s signature purity and elegance. Whether you’re a long-time Willamette Valley fan looking for a drink now-2021 bargain, an explorer interested in getting to know Oregon, or just after a great bottle of crowd-pleasing Pinot with an extra touch of class, St. Innocent Pinot Noir Villages 2014 is a do not miss, get while you can, great deal! Details here.
Our Bordeaux Futures campaign continues for a few weeks more. Take advantage of this opportunity to lock up some of the most exciting values of this very exciting vintage before they arrive in the USA. See all the details here!
As the Washington Post says, Austria's 2015 vintage is a a barn-burner and the Gruners “are among the best white wines in the world in terms of value and quality." Gmork is, once again, the best of the best. On sale this week from $9.98.
As Wine Advocate says, "Mastrojanni is on a roll!" Here are two outstanding new releases, one a rich super-Tuscann red for steak, the other a complex and delicious Brunello you can drink now and over the next 15 years. Both stellar values - check 'em out!