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This high quality Lambrusco is light in color, dry, with a pleasing bouquet and fine bubbles. The perfect pepperoni pizza pairing, or start to any evening.
100% Gamay, labelled as Vin de France because the Vin de Pays designation no longer exists in Beaujolais. It's easy drinking, refreshing, and juicy; exactly what you hope for when opening a bottle of Gamay.
This wine combines dark red fruity richness with a light and elegant style that culminates in a refreshing French Pinot Noir.
Made with 100% Ciliegiolo, the wine is lighter in body and has lots of lovely dark fruit notes. Interesting fact: the lion on the label is a C.S. Lewis reference - the town of Narni is what the fictional land of Narnia is based on.
Frappato is a grape indigenous to Sicily, and is often used for blending. This 100% Frappato is bright & fresh, with notes of tarragon and dried apricot. It's deliciously drinkable, with lovely fruit but enough savory herbs on the palate to feel balanced.
Enfer d'Arvier ("hell of Arvier") gets its name from its amphitheater-shaped sloped vineyards, which trap the heat of the sun . It's 90% Petit Rouge, with the remainder of Gamay, Pinot Noir, & Gamaret. Beautiful rusticity, nice acidity and freshness.
This wine is beautifully light on its feet while still having structure and tannins that make it food friendly. It's bursting with ripe berry aromas, and light use of new oak helps to round it out.
Equal parts Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Pineau d'Aunis from well-known Burgundy producer Francois Chidaine. Plenty of red and black fruit, with peppery notes and some spice.
The Monsecco's Alto-piemonte Nebbiolo "Pratogrande" is a beautiful showcase for the grape, with subtle tannins and notes of dusty cherry, and its elegance belies its $20 price point.