Ciro Picariello Greco di Tufo ($21.99): Greco Di Tufo with a medium intensity and structure that is appreciated for its true and clear bouquet of orange blossoms alternating notes of citrus zest. The taste is fresh and balanced, with a nice mineral note on the final.
Montepeloso A Quo Toscana ($22.99):
It boasts gorgeous, well delineated aromatics and has tons of unbridled energy. The crystalline vibrancy of the fruit is impossible not to notice and admire. Ripe plums, tart raspberries, wild berries and graphite give the wine a copious intensity balanced by minerality and structure. Layers of fruit build to the vinous yet precise finish. This is a great wine that captures the full personality of a fine vintage.
Olivares Jumilla Monastrell ‘Altos de la Hoya’ ($12.99): This high elevation wine is made from grapes grown on un-grafted and very old vines. Ripe, powerful scents of red and dark fruits, minerals and spices. Finishes fresh and long, with a repeating dark fruit note. An exceptional combination with red meats and stews.
Pingus Psi Ribera del Duero ($32.99): Fresh and classy nose of cherries, currants and raspberries with hints of pepper. Full body, beautiful and fine-grained tannins and a long, flavorful finish.