$15 - $20 - Medal Winner - Medium - 13% - 13.99%
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Alambrado Malbec 2018
This Malbec exclusive comes from Argentina’s famous (and hugely acclaimed) Zuccardi family. Sporting big points and international kudos, it’s silky-smooth, packed with plum and toasty oak, and ready for a juicy steak.
Schroeder Estate Patagonia Malbec 2018
Argentina’s pioneering Schroeder family have been braving the elements in Patagonia since 1927. This extreme locale is known for producing intensely fresh reds that are big on flavor and deep in color – like their hugely acclaimed, steak-ready Malbec.
Collezione di Paolo Chianti 2018
The acclaimed Paolo Masi makes some of our favorite Chianti. His latest is as juicy-delicious as ever, and boasts the big acclaim from Italy’s top critic to prove it. Look forward to loads of spicy, red-fruit character.
Schocken Hill 2016
Before the Sebastiani family became one of Sonoma wine’s top names, Samuele Sebastiani worked at the Schocken Hill quarry. This luscious, gently oak-aged red honors those humble origins. Bursting with ripe dark fruit and perfect for juicy burgers.
DeLoach Private Collection Pinot Noir 2018
In California, 2018 was yet another excellent vintage. Winemaker Katie Carter’s lush, acclaimed Private Collection Pinot (from 12-time Winery of the Year DeLoach) showcases the quality of the harvest deliciously – and will be a winner with turkey.
Giesta Dão 2016
“Portugal is arguably the most exciting wine place on the planet today,” says Wine Spectator. And Nuno Cancela de Abreu’s succulent blend of the country’s exciting native grapes explains the hype. Don’t miss this acclaimed exclusive.
Diego de Almagro Reserva 2014
Spain’s specialty is perfectly mature, smooth-as-silk reds … like this gorgeous Reserva from the sought after Félix Solís estate. It’s a barrel-aged Tempranillo that brims with vibrant, red-berry flavor, plus vanilla and toasty spice.
CA-BEAR-NAY Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
When a California grower’s Merlot grapes disappeared from the vine, he put up a camera and discovered the local bears were helping themselves. Luckily, they left the Cabernet behind, and from it came this lush, black-fruited award winner.
Bees Knees Chenin Blanc Viognier 2019
“South Africa’s white blends are its gift to the world of wine,” says Master of Wine Tim Atkin. After you try this popular blend of zesty Chenin Blanc and luscious Viognier (from one of the country’s most acclaimed estates), we bet you’ll agree.
Contessa Giovanna Manci Pinot Grigio 2018
Trust us, this is not your average Pinot Grigio. You’re in for a blast of refreshment from this mountain-grown, serial gold medalist. It’s lemony, vibrant, and seriously complex. Serve ice cool and prepare to get compliments from guests.