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Sábado Gigante Case

Sábado Gigante Case

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Altos De Tamaron Joven

Ribera del Duero is in a never-ending competition to be Spain's greatest wine making region, producing wines of impeccable quality. This flat and rocky region provides the perfect amount of sunlight for this ripe and fruit driven red. Altos De Tamaron is a wine with deep cherry red and purple tones. Immerse your senses with aromas and flavors of ripe blackberry, licorice and spices. The finish is long and the mouthfeel is silky and fruity. Enjoy this Spanish red with grilled flank steak and roasted tomatoes to bring out the near perfect acid structure.

Big Cirrus Single Vineyard Cabernet Carménère

Picked from a single estate vineyard in the heart of Chile’s winemaking countryside,  Big Cirrus has produced a beautiful wine to represent all of Chile’s winemaking progress over the last decade. Every year, vintages get more and more impressive, and this 2013 vintage of Cabernet Carmènére blend is no exception. Charming aromas of ripe raspberries and currants are representative of its ruby red hues in the glass. Further enjoyment reveals small amounts of herbs and subtle spices like white pepper and a thin layer of vanilla. Pleasing and highly enjoyable, this is an exciting new addition to our library of incredible Chilean wines. 

Cachil Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva

Colchagua Valley in Chile is home to many amazing wineries that produce gorgeous Cabernet Sauvignon, just like Cachil. This reserve offering from one of the premier Cabernet Sauvignon producing regions of Valle Central boasts beautiful flavors from this stunning vintage. Currants, raspberry, and cassis take the lead, followed by hints of cocoa. Enjoyably lighter in body than most cabs from this region, it has a medium body and a smooth silky finish. Chile is known for being innovative with wine over the last decade and this is a great example of why wines in from this region are a perfect fit for most occasions. It’s no wonder why Colchagua Valley was previously named Wine Region of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. 

Big Cirrus Single Vineyard Estate Syrah

Maule is on the rise in Syrah production as this noble grape is growing in demand and popularity. Enjoy fruit flavors of blueberry, blackberry, wrapped in hints of pepper, violets, clove and thin layers of vanilla with every sip of this beautiful Reserva wine from Maule Valley located in central Chile. 

Castillo de Albali Rioja

Spain’s most famous wine region is renowned for creating top quality wines with exceptional ageing ability. It lies in northern Spain, along the River Ebro from which the region’s name is derived. Elegance and poise are the hallmarks of wines made here. Rioja’s different soil types, together with the use of modern and traditional growing practices, allow winemakers to produce a wide range of wines with different personalities, although always within the framework of the Denominación de Origen Calificada (D.O.C.) regulations. Castillo de Albali flaunts deep cherry red with purple reflections and powerful aromas of red fruits, strawberries, and flowers on the nose. Fresh and smooth on the palate, while the fruit intensity mirrors the aromas and includes lovely long finish. A wonderful wine to complement a range of dishes including red meat, pasta, cheese and paella, and some fish dishes like “bacalao a la riojana”.

Poco a Poco Tempranillo

30 years ago, Tempranillo was not even on the map of American wine drinkers. Only a select few in the know enjoyed the powerful wines coming from the Iberian Peninsula. They were heavily laced in fruit, sweet tobacco, and lots of oak. Most wine lovers have had a love-hate relationship with Tempranillo and it wasn’t until the last 10 years that innovative winemakers have been producing Tempranillo with a balance of power and finesse. Like Poco a Poco which means "bit by bit", strides in progress were taken to get to the end result, a wine of balance. With flavors of cherry, plum, sweet tobacco, tomato, and vanilla, Poco a Poco Tempranillo is for any Spanish wine enthusiast and is too good to be missed. 

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