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Produced from Loureiro and Pederña grapes grown in the granitic soils of the Vinho Verde region, the Santola (or as we here are calling it, "the crab wine") is a delicious, spritely and refreshing white. It doesn't get much more traditional, thirst-quenching or seasonally perfect then this wine. Delicious, low in alcohol, slightly fizzy and way too easy to drink!
Price: $8.99

Just in time for the summer we have found this new Vinho Verde. A blend of 50% Loureiro, 30% Arinto and 20% Trejadura this has everything that you could want from a Vinho Verde and more. It is zippy and fresh with aromatics of mixed citrus fruits accented with a subtle mix of floral and savory tones. The flavors are persistent on the palate with just a hint of minerality. Fun and easy but not simple and with a screw top, it is ready for all your summertime needs.
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90 points James Suckling: "A fresh, fruity white with aromas of green apple, lime and passion fruit. It’s medium-bodied with crisp acidity and a refreshing finish. Vegan. " (04/2021) Vinous: "A Sauvignon Blanc from Curicó, this wine offers grapefruit and grass as part of a simple framework. On the palate, it’s indulgent with a hint of freshness. (JH)" (03/2020) K&L Notes: 91 points from Tasting Panel: "Wow, a 2020 already! This one’s an incredible value, with a soft palate of herbs, bright, juicy citrus, and exuberant acidity." (Anthony Dias Blue, 1...
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Côtes de Gascogne is primarily known for the production of Armagnac; it wasn’t until the last 20 years or so that producers began to take table wine production seriously. Traditionally, these wines would have been distilled into Armagnac. Producers found that by fermenting at lower temperatures in stainless steel, they could develop and preserve more powerful aromatics. Though yields are high, costs have stayed low and the wines are consequently some of the best bargain whites in France. Domaine de Millet is first and foremost a fifth-generation Armagnac...
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Jancis Robinson: "Lemon curd and fat, yellow, spring blossom. Plump-cheeked and generous, honeyed florals and drippingly ripe white peaches. I'd want to drink this on a hot day with a picnic by the side of the Canal du Midi, under the shade of tall plane trees, watching boats lazily motor by manned by sunburned men with big round bellies. (TC)" (03/2020) K&L Notes: A blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Muscat and Grenache Gris. An enticing entry level wine from one of the Languedoc's most prestigious producers, Chateau de la Négly. All made in stain...
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Wine Enthusiast: "Fresh apple and lemon aromas lead to crisp, clean citrus flavors in this light-bodied, friendly wine. It's straightforward, drinkable and refreshing. (JG)" (04/2021)
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Still family-owned in Mendocino's Anderson Valley, Husch has been producing Sauvignon Blanc since 1980. They source this wine from their partners down the hill in between Ukiah and Hopland. Although here it's not called the Russian River Valley appellation, La Ribera vineyard sits, indeed, right by the Russian River. Winery notes: "Husch's 2019 Sauvignon Blanc follows our classic style. Lively aromas of grapefruit, lemongrass, ripe honeydew, guava and gooseberry leap from the glass. The wine is crisp and refreshing with flavors that jive with the aromas ...
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Wine Enthusiast: "An aromatic hint of lime on the nose of this wine promises freshness. The palate, however, focuses on mellow notes of fresh red apple. The body is slender, refreshing and has a juicy, dry finish. (AK)" (08/2019)
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