Tasting notes, New Arrivals; May 6, 2023

                 New Arrivals

2022 Southern Right Sauvignon Blanc
On sale for $14.99
Walker Bay / South Africa
100% Sauvignon Blanc
Sourced from a vineyard located just 2 miles from the South Atlantic Ocean, Southern Right Sauvignon Blanc is fermented and aged primarily in stainless steel, with 10% of the wine raised in neutral French oak barrels.
2020 Moirots Bourgogne Blanc
$24.99 / Case Price $20
Chalonnaise / Burgundy / France
100% Chardonnay
The Denziot family has been farming and producing wine from their 30+ acres of vines planted in the limestone soils of the village of Bissey-Sous-Cruchaud for three generations. The wines offer ample fruit along with a fresh streak of crushed chalk.
2021 Lafond Roc Epine Blanc
$21.99 / Case Price $17.60
Lirac / Southern Rhone Valley / France
50% Grenache Blanc, 30% Roussanne, 20% Viognier
Located across the river from Chateauneuf-du-Pape, the Lirac appellation is known for producing more elegant wines than its famous neighbor to the east. The Lafond Blanc combines the minerality of Grenache Blanc with the exotic aromatics of Roussanne and Viognier.
2022 Vajra Rosabella
On Sale for $17.99
Langhe / Piedmont / Italy
100% Nebbiolo
The Vajra family produces some of the best wines in Barolo. Their delightful Rosabella impresses with its vivacity and charm. This cuvee is produced using the saignee method.
2018 Vara y Pulgar Tintilla
On sale for $20
Cadiz / Spain
100% Tintilla
Once near extinction, the Tintilla grape has been revived by several growers in the Cadiz region (sherry country), of Spain. Densely textured and subtly floral, this grape is the same as Graciano, which is found somewhat commonly in Rioja.
2019 Altos de las Hormigas Terroir
$19.99 / Case Price $16
Uco Valley / Mendoza / Argentina
100% Malbec
Hand harvested grapes from vineyards rich in gravelly, alluvial soils inform the Altos Terroir which is aged for 18 months in a combination of concrete tanks and large, neutral oak barrels. The goal of “Terroir” is to showcase the unique microclimates of Mendoza.