Cune Rioja Blanco “Monopole” 2018, France $15.99
To borrow a phrase from the late Stuart Scott, this is “as cool as the other side of the pillow.” By that I mean it is a perfectly composed wine that is just a lot of fun to drink. 100% Viura, it features a slightly waxy texture with ripe orchard fruits and floral accents. It has never gone unnoticed when I bring it to the table.
La Villa de Maison Vialade Marselan 2017 and White Blend 2018, France $8.99
I pointed these wines out in a top ten wines of the year list I did a few months back, but the praise is worth repeating! If you haven’t jumped on board yet, now is the time! These are far too good to be priced this low, so this is an easy choice.
El Viejo del Valle 2018, Chile $11.99
Really good Pinot Noir at this price is hard to find. It’s a fickle grape and often expensive to produce. More and more though, we’ve been able to look to South America for great Pinot juice, starting with this! Classic Pinot flavors of black cherry and cola with a herbal, spicy twist. Easy sipping stuff.
Hild Elbling Trocken 2018, Germany $17.99
Prior to this, I had no idea there was a grape called Elbling in the world. Now, if you took it away from me, I’d be lost. Just brilliantly crisp and mineral driven with a ever so slightly plumped up palate. Fairly versatile at the dinner table, but best enjoyed on its own with friends.
Grillos Vinho Tinto 2016, Portugal $9.99
Touriga Nacional takes the lead here and puts on a clinic on what great value Portugal has to offer. Medium bodied, deep, and finely detailed, with flavors of dusty cherry, leather, pepper, blackberry, and more structural integrity than most any other $10 wine you’ll find.
Uva Non Grata Gamay 2018, France $12.99
A grape that is consistently overlooked, Gamay makes some of the world’s most pleasant and easy drinking light-bodied wines. Crisp, with essence of candied cherry’s and rose petals, this is best served with a slight chill on it to accentuate its refreshing character.
G.D. Vajra Langhe Rosso 2017, France $14.99
Our love the the wines from the Vajra family are well-documented. Our shelves are full of them at every price point because they are just that damn good. The little Langhe Rosso is far more serious and loaded with class than many of its $20+ competitors. Black cherry, anise, dried herbs, violets, and much more await you in this bottle.
DeAngelis Falerio 2018, Italy $12.99
From Italy’s east coast, this is a blend of Trebbiano, Pecorino and Passerina with lovely stone fruit and zesty citrus. It has nice creaminess on the mid-palate with a chalky, salty, minerally finish. A killer wine for seafood fans, but as always, stands tall on its own as well.
Bellevue Touraine Sauvignon 2018, France $11.99
I’ve been here almost 10 years now, and every one of those years, this wine has been a staple on the shelf. The price has never changed, yet the quality of the wine continues to get better and better. you cannot ask for more than that!
Naveran Cava Brut 2017, Spain $17.99
Another wine on my top ten of the year so far list, and it will absolutely be sticking around for my top ten overall. Quality bubbly under $20 that you can sip on a Sunday morning, or celebrate with on a Saturday night is hard to come by. It has such a lovely, aromatic bouquet of white flowers, minerals, and orchard fruit leading to a palate that adds notes of lemon peel with a soft, long-lasting finish. Really lovely stuff!
Palazzone “Tixe” Pinot Grigio 2018, Italy $14.99
Taking the grape to another level, this has minimal skin contact, which gives it its coppery hue. It also offers up some added texture and flavor than your average Pinot. Look for flavors of ripe peaches, faint aromas of flowers and a savory finish. You’ll almost forget it’s Pinot Grigio!
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