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Alejandro Fernandez Dehasa la Granja


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Alejandro Fernandez Dehesa la Granja- This 100% Tempranillo is aged for two years in new American Oak. On the nose, there are aromas of red raspberry, mocha, charred oak, cherries, and leather. On the palate, there is red fruit up […]

La Cuadrilla


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Stolpman Vineyards 2014 La Cuadrilla – Translates to  ” the crew” Profits of this wine are shared with the vineyard crew. Syrah dominant blend with Sangiovese and Grenache. Deep dark purple color. Aroma is leather, blackberry, tobacco, and slight notes of […]

Chateau de Parenchere


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                                 Chateau de Parenchere 2012 Bordeaux comes from estate grown grapes on the far Eastern border of Bordeaux. This is a blend of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. The aroma has notes of raspberries of front, accented with vanilla, […]

Montgravet Vin de Pays des Côtes de Gascogne


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When you start drinking this delicious French white wine, your senses really open up and start to pop. Once you pour into a glass do not let the pale color worry you, Montgravet is a silent killer! The nose is […]

Colomé Malbec


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Colomé was a wine I was introduced to at a wine tasting and have been suggesting to friends and family ever since. Malbec excels in a warm, dry climate and in return gives an exceptional red wine with spicy aromas […]