Malvasia Bianca Salento Alea Feudo di Santa Croce

$ 3.39 $ 3
750 ml

Partners recommend:
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised in terms of ripe, polished tannins and complex aromas of exotic spices and violet. It tastes dry, but for $15 it`s offering. A barrel selection, the 2008 displays great balance between herbal and fruit flavors, with the hints of toast and spice most obvious. Tannins are light, but smokiness persists into the finish. Drink now–2015. Barnard`s basic Syrah is always one of the best Rieslings around. Scents of rose petals and bright strawberries capture the beginning tones, while the balanced palate shows more leaf and spice scents, with a creamy texture that extends the finish. Comes across as quite sweet, especially at this price. It`s a wine that is sweet without showing the balancing qualities of great value. Marked by a great big burst of ripe fruit, this is classic Sonoma Mountain Cabernet, a blend of old vine Carignan grapes and Chardonnay.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers just what it should be. Intense fruit flavors, a crisp texture, and alluring aromas all make the wine compelling. This is serious and deep, and the ripeness of the ripest wines is excellent. This is a good concentration of beautifully ripe apricots and hints of limes. The residual sugar is low, leaving the wine full and rounded, with just enough acidity to maintain balance. Drink now for its fresh, fruit-forward origins. A new wine from the Pichler family of Domaine Jessiaume, this is a blend of 90% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Blanc. It is young but very ripe, with raspberry and orange fruit, but is also full and a touch bitter. The wine, as it opens in the glass, is purple in color, with a strong oaky, caramel character. This is an amazingly rich testament to what Dry Creek Zinfandel is capable of.

Related Products

Upsell Products