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Rufete Puebla Molinillo, Mandragora 2015 $25 (Castlla y Leon, Spain) Molinillo (only 1,000 bottles) is the first village wine from Mandrágora focusing on the corneal stale soils of this remote village. It is aged in barrel and spends two winters in the cellar.
Costieres des Nimes Rouge, Maz Caz 2018 $17 (Rhone, France) Organic Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre from New York winemaker Michele D'Aprix. Medium-bodied, bright, and dry, with raspberry and cola nut. Super soft tannins and a long finish. Weekday wine of champions
Nero d'Avola "Rosso non Filtrato", Fabrizio Vella 2020 $12 (Sicily, Italy) Organic Nero d'Avola from northern Sicily, hand harvested and wild fermented, 30% whole cluster in old barrels, where the wine ages for 8 months before getting bottled unfiltered with minimal sulfur added. Medium bodied with juicy dark red and blue fruit.
Piedirosso, Mustilli 2018 $15 (Campania, Italy)Lively acidity, dark berries, and volcano smoke. Floral, pretty, and easy to drink. BBQ wine.
Zorrito Salvaje, Villalobos 2018 $20 (Valle de Itata, Chile)
This 'wild little fox' is made up of 50% Cinsault and 50% Pais both from 100+ year old dry farmed vineyards, hand harvested and wild fermented, the Cinsault in steel and the Pais in concrete, then they are pressed off and aged in a combination of steel and old barrel for 9 months. Medium bodied with spicy, smoky red fruit and crushed rocks with an energetic lipsmacking finish. Rustic and charming.
Mas Sauvaire, Domaine des Sauvaire 2018 $13 (Languedoc, France)
This is a blend of 40% Carignan, 35% Grenache and 25% Syrah from organic vines from the hills in Crespian, just outside of Nimes, farmed by Herve Sauvaire and sons and made in a mix of fiberglass and concrete tanks with native yeast and low sulfur. Perfect bistro wine with juicy dark fruit and a velvety finish. French countryside charm for days.