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As many of you know, the Yoerg Brewing Company has a wonderful wine program.  We pride ourselves in offering some of the most unique wines from the world's greatest wine producing countries.  We search the back roads looking for wines that taste just as good as the big boys do, for a fraction of the price.  Our wines by the glass sell for $6.95 to $7.95 a glass, and $25.00 to $30.00 a bottle (with rare exceptions).  During the pandemic, we have been granted the freedom to sell bottles of wine to go, and are offering our entire selection for half price.  Purchase one bottle, and get the second for free (of equal or lesser value).  Listed below are the highlights.

2018 Chardonnay
GRAYSON CELLARS - Napa Valley, California

OAKY. The 2018 Grayson Chardonnay is brilliantly ripe and shows bright, brisk acidity and good minerality with notes of pineapple and apricot. The palate offers green apple fruit with a crisp finish showing gentle hints of apple pie and vanilla flavors.

“Nose of pineapple, mango, apple, pear and citrus fruit. This is a well balanced wine, nice crisp acids, and a long lingering finish. Outstanding. Score 97.”

Grayson Cellars' wines are carefully crafted by Larry Levin, who is among the most experienced winemakers in the Napa Valley. After completing his Enology degree at UC Davis, Larry spent seventeen years at Dry Creek Vineyard where over 18 vintages he produced more than 15 varietal wines. He has since covered the globe by making wine in New Zealand, Chile, and Australia across all price points and styles. For the previous nine years Larry was head of winemaking at Icon Estates where he oversaw the Franciscan, Mt. Veeder, Robert Mondavi, Estancia, Ravenswood, Quintessa and Ruffino brands. Larry also consults for wineries in the Stag’s Leap and Oakville districts in Napa and Sonoma.

GLASS: $6.95     BOTTLE: $25.00     BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2017 Chardonnay
WAGNER VINEYARDS - Finger Lakes, New York

UNOAKED. Saline and sea breeze lend refreshing, nautical appeal to this elegant unoaked Chardonnay. It's plush and plump in mouthfeel anchored by bracing lemon, tangerine and grapefruit flavors. Wagner Vineyards Estate Winery is one of the oldest and most recognized wineries in the Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York. Centrally located on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake, Wagner Vineyards has been one of the region’s most popular wine tasting destinations since opening in 1979.

"Emerald straw color. Fruity aromas and flavors of granny smith apple, dried pears in nougat, Italian lemon, and coconut water with a supple, vibrant, fruity light-to-medium body and a smooth, breezy finish with notes of cinnamon smoke with a suggestion of oak flavor. A crisp and clean chardonnay that begs for firm fish. Great. A Best Buy."    
   BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $15.00

DOMAINE SAINT-LANNES  -  Gascogny, France

80% Colombard and 20% Gros Manseng.  The Cotes de Gascogne wine region of France is located between Bordeaux and the border with Spain, in what is collectively referred to as “South West France."  The grapes grown in Cotes de Gascogne include local varieties like Colombard (also found in small amounts in California and South Africa), Ugni Blanc (known as Trebbiano in Italy), and Gros Manseng.  When used to make wine, Colombard, Ugni Blanc, and Gros Manseng provide structure and fresh acidity to produce the crisp, refreshing style of white wine that is typical from Cotes de Gascogne.

Gascogny is not only home to some of France’s finest cuisine, it’s also the home of Armagnac.  The grapes that produce Armagnac also produce one of France’s most exquisite whites.   With its crisp citrus and gooseberry acidity and extreme freshness, the wine is light and irrisistably delicious
GLASS: $6.95     BOTTLE: $25.00     BOGO: $12.50

2019 Pinot Grigio

Honey, white peach, almond and yellow flowers best describe this wonderfully silky, smooth and creamy Pinot Grigio from Sicily.  The wine closes with a refreshing crispness making for  an enjoyable experience.

Pinot gris, pinot grigio or Grauburgunder is a white wine grape variety of the species Vitis vinifera. Thought to be a mutant clone of the pinot noir variety, it has a grayish-blue fruit, accounting for its name but the grapes can have a brownish pink to black and even white appearance. The word pinot could have been given to it because the grapes grow in small pine cone-shaped clusters. The wines produced from this grape also vary in color from a deep golden yellow to copper and even a light shade of pink, and it is one of the more popular grapes for skin-contact wine.

Pinot gris is grown around the globe with the "spicy" full-bodied Alsatian and lighter-bodied, more acidic Italian styles being most widely recognized. The Alsatian style, often duplicated in New World wine regions such as Marlborough, Tasmania, South Australia, Washington, and Oregon, tend to have moderate to low acidity, higher alcohol levels and an almost "oily" texture that contributes to the full-bodied nature of the wine. The flavors can range from ripe tropical fruit notes of melon and mango to some botrytis-influenced flavors. In Italy, Pinot grigio grapes are often harvested early to retain the refreshing acidity and minimize some of the overt-fruitiness of the variety, creating a more neutral flavor profile.

GLASS: $6.95     BOTTLE: $25.00     BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2018 Pecorino "Offida"

From the oft-forgotten Pecorino variety that is now re-emerging from the Marche.  The commune of Offida was awarded DOC status in 2001 and DOCG in 2010.   This is a great producer from the area. De Angelis are a family run winery that hand harvest, use natural yeasts, and have been recently been certified organic.  Pecorino is often overshadowed by the more famous Verdicchio, which has many appellations nearby. Verdicchio is lean and crisp, while Pecorino has a softer more inviting character with aromas of fresh white peach, vanilla, spring florals and fine herb notes on the palate. This vintage is also showing soft orange and white pepper spice flavors with a gentle briny finish.  
Fermented and aged in stainless steel. Medium-bodied and balanced with excellent acidity.  Delicate floral and citrus aromas & flavors with hints of lemon drop and juicy yellow-apple flavors alongside a crisp finish.

GLASS: $7.95     BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $15.00

2019 Vinho Verde "Grande Escolha"
CASA DO VALLE  -  Minho, Portugal

90% Alvarinho, 10% Arinto.  From the careful selection of the best grapes from their vineyards, the result is a straw colored wine, with an exuberant fruit driven aroma and minerality. On the palate the structure makes this wine complex, round, fresh and with a long and appealing finish.  Given its freshness and elegance, this wine is particularly suited both for relaxed and informal environments as well as the perfect company for a meal.

Produção Integrada –Certified by Sativa. Integrated Production is an international scheme of sustainable viticulture, proposed and regulated by the International Organisation for Biological and Integrated Control (IOBC). It combines respect for the environment with profitable and durable business practice. All Casa do Valle vineyards are certified for this method of production, so the wines, produced exclusively from their grapes, can be declared as the product of sustainable viticulture. The certifying company (SATIVA) allows the use of certification seals, in accordance with specific rules.

"This is a deliciously creamy wine, ripe and rich in generous fruits. It is lightly textured, a touch of pepper giving an edge to the wine's smooth fruitiness. Outstanding. Score 91."   THE WINE ENTHUSIAST
GLASS: $7.95     BOTTLE: $30.00    BOGO PRICE: $15.00

2018 Riesling Monopol
WEINGUT MAXIMIN GRUNHAUS - Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany

The newly named “Monopol” is Maximin Grunhauser’s brilliant, affordable estate riesling. Monopol refers to the fact that the Grunhauser estate owns the entire hillside of vineyards. Most vineyards in Germany are shared amongst dozens of growers, so this is quite uncommon. The wine is anything but uncommon as its aromas and flavors burst out with green apple, green pear, green tea, key lime and minerals. Dry on the palate with sizzling acidity and freshness.

"The 2018 Maximin Grünhaus Riesling Monopol blends fruit from the three grand crus and opens with clear, aromatic mango fruit and, after a while, lots of flinty notes of crushed stones. Silky, pure and enormously salty on the palate, this is a stunning, complex, tensioned and almost challenging Estate Riesling with lingering salinity and immense complexity and charisma. A spectacular wine at this price point. Outstanding. Score 91."  


2015 Riesling "Mosel-Saar-Ruwer"
RUDI WIEST SELECTIONS  -  Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany

Selected by Robert Eymael, a leading producer in the village of Ürzig, famous for the wines from the Ürziger Würzgarten and Erdener Prälat vineyards. Blended together with Rudi Wiest, creating an example of the classic Mosel Riesling.  You've just picked up a delightful Riesling from Germany, carefully selected and blended by importer Rudi Wiest. It features vibrant notes of green apple, pear, Meyer lemon and fine minerals laced with aromatic honeysuckle and orange blossom.

A small slice of perfection, the four-acre Erdener Prälat vineyard produces some of the greatest wines in the Mosel valley. Its 100 percent south-facing slopes, red slate soil and extraordinarily warm microclimate yield wines of unequaled power and nobility.  Blazing red and insanely steep, the Ürziger Würzgarten vineyard fills the picturesque amphitheater formed by this dramatic bend in the river. It produces wines with exotic, spicy aromas that are bursting with tropical fruit flavors. 

GLASS: $7.95     
BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $15.00

2019 Sauvignon Blanc
VINA LA PLAYA  -  Curico Valley, Chile

Vina La Playa is an elegant, four-star hotel celebrated its grand opening in 2004.  This, the first winery-based hotel in Chile.  This unique wine-country facility is beautifully situated among our vineyards on the Tinguiririca riverbank. 
100% hand harvested Sauvignon Blanc from 25+ year old vines in the Curicó Valley. A delicate pale gold. On the nose, aromas of lemon, fresh pineapple with hints of lavender. It is a bright well balanced wine with a clean minerality and touch of lime on the finish.  The epitome of crisp, herbal Sauvignon Blanc.  A terrific, lively acidity with green & citrus fruits. 

GLASS: $6.95    
BOTTLE: $25.00     BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2018 Toto Rosso
CASCINA RADICE - Piedmont, Italy 

60% Barbera, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot.  You’ve heard of Super Tuscan Reds, well here’s a Super Piedmont Red.  From the land of Barolo comes this new world blend that’s rich, fragrant, with deep black fruits that are multi-layered, complex yet totally scrumptious. Delicious.

Roberto and Andreas Mazzei purchased of the Cascina Radice winery in 1980. This property, whose origins date back to 1890, is surrounded by the marvellous hilly countryside of the Asti province, in the small town of Moasca where the soils are marl and clay and Barbera is king).  Fermentation is classical peel maceration of 10 days in steel tanks. Fermentation at a controlled temperature then aged in stainless steel tanks for 12 months.

GLASS: $6.95     BOTTLE: $25.00     BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2014 Cotes de Bourg
CHATEAU DE GENIBON - Bordeaux, France

62% Merlot, 25% Malbec and 13% Cabernet Sauvignon.  
Hailing from the Right Bank of Bordeaux, just across the river from the Margaux appellation, this Merlot-based wine has plenty of body and tannins to hold on to for a few more years, but drinks well now with ripe red-fruit flavors. A wonderful value.

Côtes de Bourg is located north west of the city of Bordeaux at the confluence of the Dordogne and Garonne rivers, situated around the small town of Bourg-sur-Gironde.
This AOC is one of the oldest wine producing regions in France, in large part due to its highly trafficked location off the river and vine friendly soil. Historians date Côtes de Bourg”s viticulture back to the Second Century where Romans planted “Vitis Biturica”, an ancestor of Cabernet.
In general, the terroir is mostly comprised of limestone and clay. With an average altitude of 20m above sea level and its proximity to the river and Atlantic Ocean, Côtes de Bourg has a unique microclimate that has contributed to its history and taste.

BOTTLE: $32.00     BOGO PRICE: $16.00

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon
CAZE BLANQUE - Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Made in a traditional fashion, the Caze Blanque is a signature style for the Languedoc-Roussilon region it hails from. Ready to drink right now, the wine has ripe and juicy fruit notes. Oak aging helps add some spicy notes to the wine that increase the depth and complexity. A full-bodied wine, the finish is balanced and soft, delightfully elegant. It is a great pair for gamy dishes or dinners with a heavy sauce or gravy. It will also drink nicely with strong, robust cheeses. The Caze Blanque Cabernet is a brilliant example, being made in the south of France, near the ancient Roman city of Nimes.

GLASS: $6.95    
BOTTLE: $25.00     BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon
LES TRAVERSE DE FONTANES - Languedoc-Roussillon, France

100% Organic. The vines are over 50 years of age, planted on Clay, Limestone and Marl soils.  Aged for 6 months to one year in stainless steel.  Cyriaque Rozier, the highly acclaimed winemaker and vineyard manager at Chateau La Roque, makes his own wine under the label Chateau Fontanès in Pic St-Loup in the Languedoc. A charming man with a strong sense of vocation and relentless drive, Cyriaque often works sixteen-hour days between the two domaines. 

This wine hails from the craggy hillsides of Pic Saint-Loup, a top appellation of the Languedoc. Compare the price tag to what’s available from Bordeaux or Napa. Now picture the aristocratic Cabernet Sauvignon at its summer home in the south—a place where it can ditch pretension, soak up the sun, let its hair down, and breathe in the fragrances of the Mediterranean countryside.

BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $15.00

2018 Cabernet Sauvignon
VINA LA PLAYA - Colchagua Valley, Chile

100% hand harvested Cabernet Sauvignon from 26 year old vines in the Colchagua Valley.  Aged 8 months in stainless steel and and Neutral French and American Oak.  La Playa wines have always been farmed sustainably. Our early motivation in using these green practices was easy: Sustainable grapes yield the cleanest and more pure varietals.  A deep elegant scarlet color.  This Cabernet Sauvignon has notes of ripe black currant and mocha, with structured tannins and a supple finish.
BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $15.00

2015 Cabernet Sauvignon
VINACEOUS RACONTEUR  -  Margaret River, Australia

The 2015 Raconteur is sourced from mature vines located in Wilyabrup, Margaret River; these old vines are hand harvested and made using traditional techniques by Vinaceous winemakers.  Rich and deep purple with bright hues, this wine bursts with aromas of violets, blackberry and mocha. Varying notes of ripe, fleshy black currants and cassis tocrisp sour cherries compliment the palate with intensity, weight, structure and texture.  An amazing bargain in a rich, full-bodied Cabernet - 

Sourced from the Wilyabrup subregion, the 2015 Raconteur Cabernet Sauvignon displays classic Margaret River Cabernet notions of sage and bay leaf layered over cherry and cassis. Hints of vanilla and  cedar add complexity without dominating the wine, allowing the fruit to shine, and it's framed by supple tannins that persist through a long, silky finish. Outstanding. Score 90."

.750ml BOTTLE: $34.00     BOGO PRICE: $17.00

2016 Cahors
CLOS LA COUTALE, Cahors, France
80% Malbec, 20% Merlot from old vines planted in Gravel, Limestone and Clay soils.   Aged in foudre and 1-2 years old barrels from Bordeaux grand cru for one year before bottling.  There’s a lovely drawing of the famous Pont Valentré on the Clos la Coutale label. The medieval stone bridge dates back to the fourteenth century and is one of a number of so-called Devil’s bridges, or ponts du Diable, scattered about Europe. At the time they were built, these ancient bridges were considered so technically advanced that surely only the Devil possessed the skill to build them.   A hearty, rustic red from France’s southwest.

375ml BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $15.00

2016 Chianti
DREOLINO - Tuscany, Italy
 90% Sangiovese - 10% Merlot. Aged in steel and concrete vats. The Dreolino Winery was founded back in 1939 by Gino Tanini. The rather unusual name ‘Dreolino’ is a diminutive form of Andrea, the name ofbGino’s father, who was known locally in his day as Drea. When Gino was born, to indicate the little baby’s lineage, the villagers started to call him Dreolino, or ‘little Drea’.  At that time there was another Gino Tanini in the village of Rufina, and so to avoid confusion, the founder decided to use his distinctive nickname as the official name of the company.  Chianti is the world-famous Tuscan wine. Brilliant ruby-red in colour, it is vibrant, soft and highly fragrant.

GLASS: $6.95     1.5ml BOTTLE: $39.00
750ml BOTTLE: $25.00     BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2018 Cotes du Rhone
DOMAINE STE COSME  -  Rhone Valley, France
100% old vine Syrah. From one of the Rhone’s finest producers.  Rich and spicy.
 "Pristine black cherry and raspberry flavors are accented by hints of green herbs and bramble in this full-bodied but invigorating red. It’s delightfully easy drinking but nuanced and peppery. Ripe, integrated tannins linger elegantly through a long finish. Outstanding. Score 91."

"The 2018 Cotes du Rhone is 100% Syrah, sourced from the Gard (on the right bank of the Rhône) and Vinsobres (left bank, higher elevation). Violets, black olives and cassis and blueberry flavors provide terrific varietal expression in a medium to full-bodied package framed by silky tannins. Depending on your local pricing (I've seen it for as little as $12.99 or as much as $20), it should be a terrific value. Outstanding. Score 90."   THE WINE ADVOCATE
1.5ml BOTTLE: $59.95    BOGO PRICE: $29.95

2013 Fronton Rouge "La Guillotte"
CHATEAU BOUISSEL  -  Fronton, France

From 100+ year old Negrette Vines, a grape indiginous to Fronton. The Négrette grape, found almost exclusively in the Fronton appellation near Toulouse, has produced a firm, wood-aged, ripe wine that's packed with attractive juicy red fruits, spice and acidity. The wine has a more serious side, with tannins that will allow it to age. 

"La Guillotte is a parcel on the Bouissel estate, planted with old Négrette. This firm and structured wine is solid with black plum fruits and cherry acidity. It is still developing and will need some time to soften its tannins. Drink from 2017. Outstanding. Score 90."  THE WINE ENTHUSIAST

750ml BOTTLE: $25.00    BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2017 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo "Bucaro"
CANTINA AURORA  -  Abruzzi, Italy

Tiny estate in Piedmont that owns an old vineyard in Abruzzo planted with Montepulciano.  Their offering from this great old vineyard is aged in new French Oak barriques and just loaded with juicy black fruits, toasty oak notes and a plush, new world unctuousness.   Produced by Carlo and Bruno Volpi’s enologist, Giuliano Noë, at Cantina Aurora in Tortona. The Volpi winery was founded by Christiana Cairo Volpi at the turn of the century. In 1914 her two sons continued her initiative. The Volpi family had been in the restaurant business, having owned both the Trattoria de Cappel Verde and the Bar Venezia. Their passion for wine and food continues to this day, with cousins Bruno and Carlo Volpi running the winery.

A warm, Mediterranean vine-growing paradise, in Abruzzo, the distance from mountains to seaside is relatively short. The Apenniness, which run through the center of Italy, rise up on its western side while the Adriatic Sea defines its eastern border.  Abruzzo’s red grape, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo can come in a quaffable, rustic and fruity style that generally drinks best young. It is also capable of making a more serious style, where oak aging tames its purely wild fruit.
750ml BOTTLE: $32.00    BOGO PRICE: $16.00

2015 Nebbiolo ‘Colline Novaresi’
GIORGIO IOPPA  -  Piedmont, Italy

100% Nebbiolo from Romagnano Sesia, this is Nebbiolo to enjoy early and often. It ferments with natural yeast in stainless steel and macerates for 7 to 10 days before being aged entirely in stainless steel.  Just up the road from Barolo and Barbaresco.  Rich, gentle and packed with fruit.

The Ioppas have been owning vineyards and making wine in the general vicinity of the Ghemme denomination since 1852. Present vineyards amount to some 27 hectares, most of which within the Ghemme denomination, with a bit in the nearby Sizzano denomination.

Ghemme and Sizzano are sited at the upper reaches of the Sesia river, and both lie in the shade of Monte Rosa. The soil in the area is partly heavily influenced by alluvial deposits from the Sesia river, partly fine, sandy moraine soil left over from when the glaciers retreated during the last ice age. A few pockets of heavier, clayey soil also exist. The climate is fairly cool, andcertainly near what used to be the northern limit for growing Nebbiolo (in Piedmont, that is, and pre-global warming). The Ghemme area enjoys fairly windy and therefore dry conditions, while the Sizzano area, further down the river, is less windy and therefore somewhat more humid.

"Aromas of ripe black-skinned berry, scorched earth and dark culinary spice lead the nose. The polished taut palate offers dried Marasca cherry, clove and a hint of rusty iron alongside lithe tannins. Drink now to capture the remaining fruit.  Very good. Highly recommended."   THE WINE ENTHUSIAST
750ml BOTTLE: $32.00    BOGO PRICE: $16.00

2016 Pinot Noir
GRYPHON CREST - Baden, Germany

Intense black plum and dark cherry perfume with bitter chocolate notes showing amazing depth for entry level Pinot Noir. Forest floor, smoked nuts and a mélange of pure fruit components add to the complexity. The velvet texture and richness on the palate form a veneer of dark fruit flavors giving the wine breadth and opulence. The alcohol of 14% is beautifully integrated. Even after being open for three days the wine still shows freshness with interest.

"Intense black plum and cherry perfume juxtapose savory tones of smoked nuts and wet earth in this fresh and fruity yet composed wine. Plump black fruit flavors are broad and rich but framed by brisk acidity and a trace of mineral complexity. A fantastic introduction to German Pinot that's surprisingly easy on the wallet. Outstanding. Score 90."

750ml BOTTLE: $36.00    BOGO PRICE: $18.00

2014 Pinot Noir
MINISTRY OF THE VINTERIOR - Russian River Valley, California

Pinot Noir aficionados agree that the best California Pinot Noir comes from the Russian River Valley where early morning fog, warm days, an afternoon breeze from the sea and cool nights combine to make for some very happy Pinot Noir grapes. The higher alcohol content speaks to the warmer microclimate of the vineyards.
This intriguing Pinot Noir opens with aromas of cherries, orange peel, violets, and fig leaf. The spicy mouth is densely layered with flavors of dried Turkish apricots and vanilla bean, and the finish lingers long with flavors of rich caramel and cloves.

BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $15.00

2018 Pinot Noir 'Les Volets'
BOUTINET - Languedoc-Roussillon, France

Darkly-stained diaphanous red with upfront aromas of freshly picked raspberries and an underlying savoury leesiness. Fleshy red fruits and jam continue to the palate and are met with structured tannins and acid – the foundations of a serious Pinot Noir.

Grapes are sourced from the wild, rugged landscape of Pays Cathare that surrounds the towns of Carcassonne and Limoux with its argilo-calciare sub strata and home to the AOP Languedoc and Limoux but the vineyards do not stop with the AOP geographical limits. It is from these outskirts that we have sourced some exceptionally interesting wines. One of the great advantages of the region is that it benefits from enviable geographic and climatic conditions allying the warm Mediterranean sunshine which is tempered by the altitude and the cooler nights so characteristic of the foothills of the Pyrenees. These are ideal conditions allowing for the longer, slower ripening of the grapes, providing a superb base for the elaboration of wines that offer intensity, complexity and finesse. The traditional 'noble' grape varieties of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir have a natural affinity here in the Haute Vallée de l'Aude.
GLASS: $7.95
BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2018 Rioja Tinto
VINA HERMINIA - Rioja, Spain

100 % Tempranillo, Aged 3 months in American oak barrels and 6 months in bottle before release. A very clean and structured wine, showing the nuances of its aging in new American oak. 
Located in the Rioja Baja, at the southeastern end of the Rioja, Viña Herminia belongs to the owners of Emilio Lustau. They offer a full range of Rioja wines, from vineyards on the slopes of Monte Yerga and Monte Argudo. Together with the warmer climate, this ensures rich, generous, fruity wines of enormous appeal.

"Very floral with elegantly peppery, light red fruit and flowers, leading to a fresh and juicy palate that takes a very lithe stance. Striking elegance here. Drink or hold. Outstanding. Score 91." JAMES SUCKLING
GLASS: $6.95
BOTTLE: $25.00     BOGO PRICE: $12.50

2018 Moscato d'Asti "Sori Gramella"
The commune of Mango is the heart of Moscato country, and 20 of the Tinteros’ 30 hectares are planted to this grape. Their largest parcel is in the Sorì Gramella vineyard, whose full southern exposure and gradient of more than 20% pamper the grapes with many long hours of sunshine, without even casting shadows from one row to the next as is the case in most vineyards. The resulting wine is delightfully fizzy and slightly sweet, an irresistible combination that makes it a universal favorite. Marco also maintains that same spirit in his other wines, which are all fresh, easy, and fun to drink with friends.   This is the only producer to bottle this striking single-vineyard, limestone amphitheater commercially Grapes harvested and pressed, then kept in stainless steel at a low temperature to prevent fermentation.  Fermentation is allowed to begin only when an order is received in order to provide the freshest wine possible. “Sorì” in Piedmontese indicates the south-facing slope of a hill. Gramella is the name of the area that Tintero grows his grapes.

BOTTLE: $30.00     BOGO PRICE: $15.00


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