Not just one . . but TWO Italian Reds . . plus we’ve got a wine made from a grape that was thought to be extinct – and is only grown commercially by one winery in the world.
Not One . . Not Two . . But THREE
Wines That Have Never Been Tasted
In Kentucky Until Tonight!
Sometimes it all comes together – and we’re proud to be able to bring you three – brand new releases EXCLUSIVE to our Wine Club Members.
It’s All French This Month With Some
Interesting Grapes to Experience!
One of the oldest grapes in the Languedoc –
come here Eric talk about Picpoul.
Ahhh . . it’s hot outside and a perfect time for a crisp, dry Rose from Provence.
We’ll top it off with a rich and bold Carignan that shows blackberry and exotic spices.
- Sauvignon Blanc from Italy
- A red from Austria that I bet you’ve probably
never heard of . . let along tasted!
- and a Sangiovese based blend
from Ferrari-Carano out of Sonoma
Three different profiles . . and all unique!
This month we’ve got three different grapes . .
from three different countries
- Verdejo from Spain
- Primitivo from Italy
- Cabernet Franc from Argentina
- Boeger Winery – Cabernet Sauvignon – California
- Jean Orliac – Red Blend of Grenache & Syrah – France
- Jean Orliac – White Blend of Muscadet, Viognier & Chardonnay – France
- Pinot Noir from Chile
- dry Rose’
- Rioja white blend from
- A big red from Portugal
- A unique grape from Spain
- and we’re going to change the way you think about a familiar wine