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Ditch the New Year's Resolution Reds Case

Ditch the New Year's Resolution Reds Case

Double the reds!
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Abbazia Dolcetto d'Alba D.O.C
($34.99 single bottle retail price)

Just seeing the word Alba makes us excited. Known as the gourmet capital of Italy, many things come from Alba that bring us tremendous joy. White truffles, savory cheeses, homemade pastas, roasted meats that make our mouths water, and exquisite wines to go with it all. From Alba, we turn to Dolcetto to enjoy for a nightly meal. Known as the “Shy” Italian, it drinks one way, simply to be enjoyed. It is not like its sister variety, Nebbiolo, which is far too complex and requires too much thought and attention. Here, you can enjoy wines from Alba, especially Dolcetto, for what it is, a great wine to enjoy, now. What to expect from Dolcetto? It simply drinks beautifully when paired with anything with tomatoes. Even though Dolcetto means ‘little sweet one’: this wine is dry and definitely not little. Flavors of blackberry and boysenberry flow through its velvety mouthfeel with a firm finish.

Albarrada Red
($19.99 single bottle retail price)

Albarrada is a new and exclusive winery that makes amazing wine that showcases local grapes. This red wine (or vinho tinto, in Portuguese) features a local grape, called Castelão. Native to the soils of Portugal, Castelão. It is unusual, finding a better home in the drier and harsher climate of Portugal than the normally more grape friendly soils of temperate climates. When well cared for, the wine that results is aromatic and fruit-forward with notes of red berries and slight hints of floral notes.

Della Flora Sangiovese I.G.T
($19.99 single bottle retail price)

Sangiovese is to Italy as Cabernet is to California. Like Cabernet in California, a couple hundred miles can yield totally different styles of wine. But even with stylistic differences, you can always count on the wine bringing you the flavors you desire. For Sangiovese, Puglia is the sister region next to Tuscany, and that is where we found this Della Flora Sangiovese. Lighter than its Tuscan counterpart, the flavors of red currant, raspberry, earthy clay, and aromatic influences of lavender are present. The wine will pair perfectly with tomatoes as the acids from the tomato and the wine dance in sync like the Tango, so make sure to get that pasta sauce simmering. We recommend decanting the wine for 30-45 minutes before enjoying. Salute!

El Portal Red Blend
($14.99 single bottle retail price)

Both Zinfandel and Merlot are popular grapes on their own and this combination with Syrah proves that the sum can be greater than its parts. Concentrated blackberry and cherry aromas are joined by notes of black currant, plum, spice and violet. Fruit forward flavors are accented with a touch of sweet tobacco and spice. A smooth texture and ripe tannins make this wine very food friendly.

Cépage Merlot
($19.99 single bottle retail price)

This wine is round and fruity and expresses the character of its French soil. Made exclusively from this emblematic grape by legendary wine producer Bernard Magrez, its aromatic elegance makes it the ideal partner for red meats and sharp cheeses. 

Pico Malbec
($19.99 single bottle retail price)

Its flavor profile is a salute to the homeland of Malbec, Cahors in France. It drinks profoundly, with dark fruits such as blackberry with herbaceous notes, and that nice overlay of smoky, destined to be best friends with many grilled meats. It’s full bodied, has a personality, and has a finish that can please the wine drinker in all of us.

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