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92 points Wine & Spirits: "While most of the Arcas wines grow just northeast of Porto, in and around Valongo, the estate vineyard for this espadeiro-based rosé is further inland, near Penafiel. This is all about freshness, from the wild strawberry and crunchy cranberry notes to the clean and fragrant finish. It feels healthy and bright, almost red in the depth of its flavors, built to drink this summer with spicy lamb dumplings and other dim sum. " (08/2020) K&L Notes: From the winery: "Produced from the Espadeiro variety, this wine defines a new conc...
Price: $10.99

2019 Domaine Petroni Corse Rosé (Corsica)
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine, surprisingly rich, has a fine, elegant character. Balanced red fruits, bright acidity and a lively texture. It has all come together in this complex and fresh wine. Drink now. (RV)" (11/2020) Wine Spectator: "A light talc hint gives way to peach and strawberry notes, ending with a lightly bracing, cherry pit-tinged finish. (JM)" (07/2020) K&L Notes: Corsica is one of the great, off-the-radar regions for wine production. The vineyards for Petroni date back to 1885 and are surrounded by the Corsican mountains to t...
Price: $13.99

This is 100% Counoise sourced from the Rancho Arroyo vineyard. This is 100% carbonic maceration resulting in a fresh and fruity style wine. Serve slightly chilled. This one is meant for immediate pleasure.
Price: $16.99


Amats is both the brand name of the Txakoli as well as one of Zudugarai's vineyards. It's a beautiful vineyard, a sandy substrate covered in naturally growing green cover between the rows, with the Cantabrian Sea in full view to the north. Produced from Hondarribi Beltza grapes, this rosé shows a lovely balance between fresh red berries, hints of watermelon, a very subtle, pleasant bitterness and fizzy quality. It's delicious with cured cheeses (something slightly smoky like Idiazabal works really well), charcuterie, anchovies or your favorite cured ham ...
Price: $16.99

92 points Wine & Spirits: "Lodi’s Bechthold Vineyard may be the oldest cinsault source in California, a dry farmed site on a decomposed granite wash from the nearby Sierras. It can produce cinsault of unusual depth, and yet Birichino’s bottling consistently goes against type for such a warm place: This is just 13 percent alcohol, but punches above its weight with a peppery freshness and verve, light bodied and mildly herbal, with vibrant acids for a charcuterie board. (PJC)" (01/2021) K&L Notes: Few brands occupy as many spots on our shelves (or websit...
Price: $24.95



Price: $34.99

From 80 year old vines at Somers Vineyard. 100% whole cluster Carbonic Maceration for 10 days in stainless steel. Pressed into a combination of concrete and stainless steel tanks for 7 days. No sulfur used in the winemaking. Natural yeast fermentation. Bottled after 6 months in old wood barrels. *Natural Wine*
Price: $22.95

As Vinous notes: "Paltrinieri is... the best producer of Lambrusco di Sorbara today." Across their broad portfolio, the wines show excellent refinement, finesse, and elegance. The family run estate dates back to 1926 and has in recent years been at the forefront of drawing a resurgence of interest in Lambrusco. When it comes to delicious, quaffable, and food friendly bubbles, you won't do much better.
Price: $19.99

Longavi is a collaboration between Chilean winemaker Julio Bouchon and South African winemaker David Nieuwoudt. 100+ year old bush vines from the Southern Chilean region of Bio Bio. Located South of Concepcion this is one of the first placed to cultivate European grapes in the Americas. The two oldest and still propagated are Pais and Moscatel. This Pais was 100% destemmed, saw 3 day cold maceration, and after fermentation it was racked into Foudre. What is special about the Gulp! Wines are their typicity and accessibility.
Price: $19.99

Located in a region with strong wine-growing traditions dating back to the pre-Roman occupation, the vineyards of Quinta de Arcossó are installed on a hillside with convex exposure south to 400 meters altitude and with about 20% slope. In the soil of granitic origin, they grow carefully selected and adapted species of the region. All of the grapes are chosen by hand and all the wine is moved by gravity, no mechanical pumps are used anywhere in the winery. This combination of planning and meticulous care in the vineyards and the winery results in wine tha...
Price: $18.99


90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Aged in amphorae, the wine was made naturally with wild yeast. The result is a fine textured, fruity wine with a strongly juicy character as well as light tannins. The wine should be deliciously ready from 2021." (08/2020) K&L Notes: Located in the Lower Alentejo region in the southern half of Portugal, between Vidigueira and Cuba, lies the estate of Herdade do Rocim. Vinification occurred in amphora (large clay pots) without temperature control. Indigenous yeasts were used during fermentation and there was no tampering with...
Price: $15.99

94 points James Suckling: " A medium-bodied red with aromas of stewed and dried strawberries, grapefruit zest, dried herbs, five spice and ash. More juicy red berries, citrus peel and herbal notes on the palate, framed by medium, silky tannins. Better from 2022, but already a joy to taste. " (12/2020)
Price: $24.99

Winemaker's Notes: "Alder Springs Vineyard is known for producing exceptional fruit, specifically focusing on Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, and Rhone red and white varietals on its 6,000 acre ranch (only about 140 acres are planted) in Northern Mendocino, just 10 miles from the Pacific Ocean and ranging from 1,700 to 2,700 feet of elevation. The Trousseau yield varies greatly due to being a favorite of the local bear population. In 2019, we got a whopping 1.33 tons. It had been our desire to make this wine using carbonic fermentation and this year we ha...
Price: $39.95

Bricco or bric, in the Piedmontese dialect, stands for the highest point of a hill: a fitting name for Mauro Gaudio's splendidly positioned winery and grounds, 300 meters above sea level and offering a glorious view of rolling, vine-veined Monferrato. The Gaudios belong to Monferrato, as deeply rooted as the oldest rootstock on their estate. This was founded over three hundred years ago, and from the very beginning, wine was made and a tradition of quality passed on. It was not until Mauro's father Amilcare, however, that the wine of Bricco Mondalino was...
Price: $19.99


Cantine Gran Furor Divina Costiera di Marisa Cuomo is located in Furore on the famed Amalfi Coast. These coastal vineyards are perfectly arranged on the stone-walled terraces along the cliffs at altitudes between 980 to 1300 feet above sea level. The grapes benefit from sunny southern exposure and a unique micro-climate that occurs from a combination of ocean currents, mountains and high-pressure systems. The volcanic and alluvial soils of the vineyards produce relatively low yields, and the grapes are indeed flavorful.
Price: $26.99



While the 2019 Rosado has yet to be professionally reviewed, this bottling from Bermejos has been a consistent 90+ point performer, with the 2018 garnering the following review from Vinous' Josh Raynolds: "Pale translucent orange. Mineral-accented red berries and blood orange on the incisive nose, along with subtle herb and floral nuances in the background. Juicy and light on its feet, offering intense bitter cherry, red currant and orange pith flavors that tighten up on the back half. Finishes with firm, minerally cut, leaving a sexy floral note behind....
Price: $23.99


After nearly 20 vintages, "The Prisoner" red blend remains a standout wine notable for its history and consistently intense, concentrated flavors.
Price: $49.99

91 points Jeb Dunnuck: "From the team at Royal Prince, the 2019 Red Wine (55% Petit Verdot and 45% Zinfandel) has loads of red and blue fruits, flowery incense, and spice aromas and flavors. Ripe, sexy, textured, and balanced, it's a no-brainer purchase." (01/2021) K&L Notes: Varietals: 55% Petite Sirah, 45% Zinfandel
Price: $14.99




According to the importer: "Appellation controlled, red semi-sweet wine "Khvanchkara" is made from the Mujuretuli and Alexandrouli grape varieties grown in the district of Racha-Lechkhumi. Racha-Lechkhumi is located in western Georgia at the basins of the Rioni and Tskhenistskali rivers. The wine has a dark-ruby color, a well-developed varietal aroma and a velvety taste with a raspberry flavor. Pairs well with nuts, dried fruit, and other sweets."
Price: $19.99



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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Kinki is different from the 2018, as the red grapes were riper and had more aromatic influence, a little wilder and with a saline twist. But there's better acidity here. It was bottled one week before I tasted it, and the wine was showing well. It's a lot more serious than the initial 2018, which might have have been a little radical. This feels more complex and has depth, clout and nuance. Surprisingly enough, there is more freshness, too, and a more defined palate with more precision. I still see the s...
Price: $37.99



Before the Greeks, before the Romans, it was the Georgians who were making wine. Archeological evidence dates back 8,000 years and references to Georgian wines can be found in the writings of Homer and Apollonius, and even the Georgian alphabet seems to have its origins in the shapes made by the tendrils of grape vines. Pheasant's Tears is the joint effort of American John Wurdeman, Georgian Gela Patalishvili, and Swedes Erik Andermo, Jakob Mörndal, and Henrik Callerstrand. They work to preserve and promote this ancient cultural legacy. All of Pheasant's...
Price: $17.99

Importer's Notes: Domaine Tessier was founded in 1961 by Roger Tessier, with his son Philippe taking the reins 20 years later in 1981. They are located in the heart of the Cheverny and Cour-Cheverny AOC’s and currently have 23 ha of vines. The vineyard exists in a microclimate that keeps the vineyards cool, situated between the Loire River and the forest of Cheverny, Chambord and Solonge and has been Ecocert certified since 1998. Philippe believes that a wine should be the expression of the place from which it comes and should reflect the climatic condi...
Price: $24.99

Importer's Notes: Domaine Tessier was founded in 1961 by Roger Tessier, with his son Philippe taking the reins 20 years later in 1981. They are located in the heart of the Cheverny and Cour-Cheverny AOC’s and currently have 23 ha of vines. The vineyard exists in a microclimate that keeps the vineyards cool, situated between the Loire River and the forest of Cheverny, Chambord and Solonge and has been Ecocert certified since 1998. Philippe believes that a wine should be the expression of the place from which it comes and should reflect the climatic condi...
Price: $29.99


Winery Notes: "50% Petite Sirah, 30% Mission, 20% Zinfandel. Vineyards: Bains, Somers, Shergill - all organically farmed. 100% whole cluster Carbonic Maceration for 6-10 days in stainless steel. Pressed into a mix of concrete and stainless steel for 8-12 days. No sulfur used in the winemaking. Aged 10 months in old wood barrels. *Natural Wine*
Price: $17.95

Winemaker's Notes: "Blend: 54% Zinfandel, 37% Carignan, 5% Petite Sirah, 3% Pinot Noir, 1% Cabernet Sauvignon . Most of the grapes underwent carbonic maceration, the classic fermentation method of the Beaujolais, which means that fermentation happened inside of berries themselves, causing them to explode in happy, boozy ecstasy. That’s how you’ll feel when you drink this wine - it dances in your mouth. It is great, you will love it! To make this wine we assembled 29 small lots that had been vinified separately. After 5-9 days, depending on the lot, w...
Price: $26.95

92 points Vinous: "The 2019 Trousseau is very pretty, showing sweet dried cherry, orange peel, spice, cedar and rose petal. Exotic and beguiling, with striking aromatics and tons of lift, the Trousseau is just exquisite right out of the glass. Don’t be fooled by the pale color and somewhat fleeting feel; the 2019 has enough depth to drink well for a number of years. The 2019 is mostly a blend from Luchsinger, with two barrels from Bartolomei, done with 100% whole clusters and aged in neutral oak. (AG)" (01/2021) K&L Notes: Arnot-Roberts was founded in ...
Price: $29.95


After nearly 20 vintages, "The Prisoner" red blend remains a standout wine notable for its history and consistently intense, concentrated flavors.
Price: $28.95

From the area south of Muscadet known as Fiefs Vendéens, this wine is a blend of Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Negrette, and Gamay. Our French Regional wine buyer, Keith Mabry, says, "One of my go-to reds from the region, and it’s not just the adorable little owl on the label that makes it special for me. With its great acidity and texture and floral aromas, this is the perfect red to put a little chill on and enjoy with all kinds of foods!"
Price: $14.99


Winery notes: Founded by winemaker and owner Brianne Day in the 2012 vintage, Day Wines is a producer of boutique, artisanal bottlings from Applegate Valley in the south to Yamhill-Carlton in the north and numerous other AVAs in between. We source from outstanding organic and biodynamic vineyards to create distinct expressions of our corner of the world. The 2019 Vin de Days Rouge is the product of a classic, cool Willamette vintage. The fermentation method yields a vibrant, bright red fruit profile with high-toned aromas of tart cherry and raspberry alo...
Price: $19.99

Husband and wife Ayelén and German Massera launched Escala Humana Wine in 2015. German has been making wine since 2003 while studying enology and viticulture in Mendoza and he has worked with Matias Michelini since 2016. German became interested in the history of the Uco Valley and it’s forgotten places and varietals. While the majority of the oldest vines are in Lujan and Maipu, there are a small handful of 4th and 5th generation producers in the Uco Valley who brought vines from Europe. Aye and German fell in love with two of these small vineyards wher...
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