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Angelo d'Uva Tintilia, 2009
Smooth
Tintilia
Italy
Italy has a deep reservoir of ancient grape varieties, and Tintilia is one of the more obscure; a deep red of uncertain origin that’s become a local specialty in Molise.
$32.00
Azienda Agricola Antonella Ledà ...
Rich
Cagnulari
Italy
Named for the Cicadas (Cigala) that sing through the warm Sardinian nights, this Sardinian red has bright acidity that makes a good match for fish or meat.
$25.00
Barboursville Pinot Grigio, 2012
Juicy
Pinot Grigio
USA
The Zonin Family brings Northern Italian flair to Virginia, exemplified by this summery, exuberant Pinot Grigio.
$16.00
Binz+Bratt Francona, 2010
Juicy
Sylvaner
Germany
Named for Franken, the Bavarian province where it is made, Francona is a dry white blend of the region’s top three grapes: Silvaner, Bacchus and Müller-Thurgau.
$15.00
Borgo Belvedere Pinot Grigio, 2011
Juicy
Pinot Grigio
Italy
This pedigreed white has genuine layers and satisfying depth, but still delivers the uncomplicated pleasure you expect from the variety.
$14.00
Dancing Coyote Petite Sirah, 2010
Bold
Petite Sirah
USA
The once-obscure grape known as Durif in France found a happy new home in California, where it makes sturdy, black-fruited reds that appeal to lovers of powerful reds.
$14.00
Dauvergne Ranvier Côtes du Rhône...
Soft
Grenache Blanc
France
White Côtes du Rhônes are comfort wines. Their plush texture, elaborate layers of flavor and lack of excessive oak make them a satisfying alternative to California Chardonnays.
$17.00
Domaine de Gabelas Cuvée Les Ter...
Bold
Syrah
France
This red blend from Saint Chinian is a quintessential Languedoc red: flavorful, complex and infused with the rosemary and thyme aromas of the Mediterranean countryside.
$15.00
Horse & Plow Dry Creek Zinfandel...
Rich
Zinfandel
USA
Horse and Plow’s Grist Vineyard Zinfandel hails from a hilltop site in Dry Creek Valley, where craftsman Zinfandel farmers grow minerally, old vine reds with ripe berry flavors and remarkable grace.
$32.00
I Veroni Bianco di Toscana, 2011
Crisp
Malvasia
Italy
Thought to have originated in Greece, Malvasia Bianca is a highly aromatic grape that is grown throughout the Mediterranean. It can make both sweet whites and dry whites, like this one.
$15.00
Marqués del Campo Ribera del Due...
Bold
Tempranillo
Spain
You may well have tried Rioja. Now meet Ribera del Duero, Spain’s next superstar region for the country’s most essential wine: Tempranillo.
$16.00
Mattes-Sabran Corbieres le Viala...
Juicy
Syrah
France
This hale and hearty red blend of four grape varieties comes from one of the balmiest parts of France’s rocky Mediterranean coast.
$15.00
Pasqua Prosecco Treviso, Extra D...
Juicy
Prosecco
Italy
Affordable and delicious Italian Prosecco has made enjoyment every day (or at least every weekend) a perfectly reasonable proposition for Americans and Europeans alike.
$15.00 $12.00
Peñalolén Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010
Rich
Cabernet Sauvignon
Chile
This Bordeaux-inspired blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot balances old and new world sensibilities.
$17.00
Potomac Point Abbinato, 2011
Juicy
Negrette
USA
This eclectic, bohemian red blend combines French, Portuguese and Italian grapes in an exploration of Virginia’s wine potential.
$17.00
Quinta da Alorna Portal da Aguia...
Juicy
Tinta Roriz
Portugal
Portugal’s quality revolution means that it has become a treasure trove of delicious wines, like this spicy red made from local grapes.
$15.00
Rickshaw Pinot Noir, 2011
Juicy
Pinot Noir
USA
This delicious and soulful Pinot Noir is blended from grapes grown in several of California’s premier Pinot Noir regions.
$15.00
Stage Left Syrah, 2007
Spicy
Syrah
USA
This small-production Syrah from Paso Robles and Santa Ynez Valley on California’s Central Coast just might inspire you to explore more California Syrah.
$20.00
Trump Winery New World Red, 2008
Rich
Cabernet Sauvignon
USA
Trump’s New World Red is so Bordeaux-like, you may not believe it comes from Virginia without seeing its birth certificate.
$28.00
Vina Robles Cabernet Sauvignon, ...
Smooth
Cabernet Sauvignon
USA
Paso Robles Cabernet has a distinctly plump, ripe and mellow personality befitting the balmy, laid-back central coast setting where it is grown.
$26.00
Warwick The First Lady Unoaked C...
Soft
Chardonnay
South Africa
Exotic tropical fruit flavors shine through this medium-bodied, unoaked South African Chardonnay.
$15.00
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