Terenzi Morallino di Scansano ($14.99): This wine hails from just south of Montalcino in Tuscany. It is made from 100% Sangiovese Grosso. Crystalline ruby red in color, and bursting with fresh, alluring aromas of violet and red fruit, this Sangiovese drinks beautifully with supple tannins and spice on the finish.
Chateau Pesquie Ventoux Terraasses Rouge ($16.99): 91 Pts Robert Parker
Named for the terraces hewn into the steep hills of the Ventoux region, this blend offers aromas of ripe berries, pepper, and wild herbs. Consistently feted by critics including Parker and Robinson, Terrasses compares worthily with the great wines of the Rhone, and represents a terrific value
Jean Faure Le Cedre Saint-Emilion ($34.99): This Cabernet Franc dominant Bordeaux, neighbors world renowned Chat. Figeac and Cheval Blanc. On the nose a blend of red berries, fresh cherries, cassis aromas and a licorice touch. The start is rich and fleshy in the mouth. The second notes reveal thin and dense tannins with a great aromatic length.