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  1. Valdemoreda Tempranillo 2018
    Valdemoreda Tempranillo 2018
    The Valdemoreda wines are produced by the team at leading family Rioja producer Bodegas Valdemar. They are fresh and modern in style, yet with an undeniable Spanish character, and demonstrate the exceptional value to be found in Spain. This pure Tempranillo red wine spends five months in oak and delivers complex, ripe fruit aromas well integrated with subtle spicy hints of vanilla and caramel. The palate is rounded, well balanced and with a full, long aftertaste. WINEMERCHANTS
    2018
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  2. Tournon Mathilda Rose 2018
    Tournon Mathilda Rose 2018
    M. Chapoutier Australia is the eponymous offshoot of the famous Rhone Valley producer. The business focuses on vineyards in the Pyrenees, Heathcote and Beechworth with collaboration from Ron Laughton of Jasper Hill and Rick Kinzbrunner of Giaconda. JAMES HALLIDAY

    The whole Tournon range offers incredible value and quality which I guess that should be no surprise given it is headed up by the un-compromising Michel Chapoutier. They are wonderful expressions of Aussie fruit with a European sensibility.

    The Tournon "Mathilda" Rose is so pretty and smells of rose petals and lively strawberry fruit. There is a hint of underlying grapefruit and that 'Provencal' peach. Its pristine and clean on the palate with pure red, spicy fruits that burst in your mouth. Super-refreshing! We couldn't believe the price when we tried this. PWS
    2018
    Shiraz Grenache
  3. El Circo Tempranillo 2018
    El Circo Tempranillo 2018
    This is a little beauty from Cariñena (not the grape) between Madrid and Barcelona. Its sourced from young vines of a single vineyard that sits about 450m above sea level helping to temper the warm summer sun. 100% Tempranillo it sees no new oak and is 100% organic fruit to boot!

    This is good stuff for the money. A cocktail of sweet black, red and blueberry fruit leaps out of the glass followed by cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove spice. There is an earthy undertone that pulls all the fruit together nicely and its soft, supple tannins add a nice layer of complexity. This is nicely focused and drinks more seriously than a lot of other Spanish Tempranillo at this price point. PWS
    2018
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  4. Campo Flores Tinto 2019
    Campo Flores Tinto 2019
    The grapes sourced for the Campo Flores wines come from sun drenched, organically farmed vineyards in the centre of Spain. Each wine is handmade and reflects the personality of the land and terroir. Warning! This wine is immensely drinkable and we bet you will be hitting us up for more. It not the first time we have put it in a pack or floor stacked it in the store because it's just bloody delicious!

    Supple ripe strawberry and blackcurrant fruit leaps out of the glass with swirl of earthy licorice that gently lurks. Spiced cola and black pepper poke their heads in and the little dash of syrah just adds another dimension to the wine. Some fine tannins run through the supple fruit and this is altogether more serious then either the label or the price point would allude too.
    2018
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  5. Route du Van Dolcetto Shiraz 2018
    Route du Van Dolcetto Shiraz 2018
    A passion project for The Dexter clan (Todd and Debbie) and Bird (Ian and Ruth, David and Marie) families sourcing grapes from all over Victoria to put into this fun label. Winemaker Todd heads up the team in winery so if that is not enough to get you interested then I don't know what is. Great stuff all round from the label but we think this wine is the most fun and interesting out of the lot.

    King Valley/Alpine Valley
    51% Dolcetto
    47% Shiraz
    6% Sangiovese

    A juicy little number with that loveley blue fruit clove spice hit you get from Dolcetto. The shiraz throw in some more darker broody fruit and the earthy peppercorn element as well. This is such a fun little wine that is screaming drink me now! Plush and pretty its a crowd pleaser. PWS
    2018
    Dolcetto, shiraz
    Australia
    443
  6. Moss Wood Amy's Vineyard Cabernet 2018 375ml
    Moss Wood Amy's Vineyard Cabernet 2018 375ml

    An attractively fresh array of mulberry and red-plum aromas with a rose-like floral edge, too. The palate has a very supple, succulent core of fleshy, sleek tannins that carry bright raspberry and mulberry flavors fresh and long. Great balance and vibrancy here. A blend of cabernet sauvignon, merlot, malbec and petit verdot. Drink now. Screw cap. NICK STOCK, JamesSuckling.com

    (Cabernet sauvignon, merlot, malbec, petit verdot) Deep, youthfully bright purple/red colour, with a lovely cassis, mulberry and blueberry aroma, the palate rich, essency and fruit-sweet, with stacks of glorious berry cabernet flavour. The tannins are soft and fine-grained, mild-mannered and the wine is already drinking superbly. Blueberry and violet overtones. Fruit drives the wine. HUON HOOKE, The Real Review

    We are always a little shocked when we see the price for the Amy's vineyard's bottling. It represents such terrific value from one of Australia's great wine estates. It gives the top bottlings a run for their money given it comes in at much less then half the price-tag of it's bigger brothers. PWS

    2018
    Cabernet Sauvignon
    Australia
    432
  7. Moss Wood Amy's Vineyard Cabernet 2019 375ml
    Moss Wood Amy's Vineyard Cabernet 2019 375ml

    5/13/7/5% cabernet sauvignon/merlot/malbec/petit verdot. Hand picked, matured for 14 months in seasoned French oak. The 2019 vintage in Margaret River was cool and wet, producing wines of concentrated, high aroma and vibrancy. This is all of that, with layers of nuance on the palate. It is very restrained and long; unfurling, petal by petal, rather than revealing itself all at once. Elegant and classy to the very end. A ripper. Buy it and cellar it with confidence, or drink its beauty tonight – both viable options. ERIK LARKIN, James Halliday

    2018
    Cabernet Sauvignon
    Australia
    432
  8. Poggio Anima Primitivo Salento Lilith 2018
    Poggio Anima Primitivo Salento Lilith 2018
    Poggio Anima is a joint venture between one of Tuscany's rising stars, Riccardo Campinoti of Le Ragnaie in Montalcino, and his U.S.A. importer Ronnie Sanders of Vine Street Imports. The Poggio Anima concept is straightforward: to source great vineyards from existing relationships and produce real wines which convey the ‘soul’ (anima) of each site and each grape variety.

    The wines are not ‘bulk’ wines or leftover juice, but rather they are the result of long-standing relationships with respected growers throughout Italy. In packaging the Poggio Anima wines, Ronnie and Riccardo wanted to focus on the omnipresent dichotomy in the world between good and evil, and the everyday quest for balance in all things, including wine! The Eastern ideology of Yin Yang is the core of this ‘balance’ in the Poggio Anima concept. Poggio Anima are real wines, from real places, made by real people.

    Deep dark red colour with black tinged edges and a dark red hue. Spicy red currant aromas intermix with earth, dried herbs and hints of tobacco. Medium bodied, savoury dark cherry and ripe red currant flavours meld into cedary tobacco and spicy dried herb characters with lovely, fresh acidity. PWS
    2018
    Red
    Italy
    482
  9. Luccarelli Primitivo 2018
    Luccarelli Primitivo 2018
    The Terre di Sava winery was founded in 2008 and today produces a range of wines designed to celebrate the wine-making history of Sava, within Puglia (South East Italy).

    Located just to the west of Manduria (the town after which the Primitivo di Manduria DOC is named) on the Salento Peninsula, the “land of Sava” is the land of the gnarled old bush vines that produce the Primitivo grape destined for this rich and earthy expression of Puglia. MONDO IMPORTS

    Primitivo 100% - Salento,Puglia. Intense ruby red color with violet reflections; complex bouquet with lots of red fruits. Full-bodied, soft, quite tannic, harmonious.Ready to drink. Excellent with rich first courses, redmeat,game and medium-seasoned cheeses. LUCCARELLI
    2018
    Italy
    462
  10. Antinori Peppoli Chianti Classico 2018 375ml
    Antinori Peppoli Chianti Classico 2018 375ml
    Antinori is a name synonymous with wine in Italy, the equivalent of the royal family of wine in the country. Intimately involved in the wine industry of Italy since 1385, initially in Tuscany, but in more recent years their influence has grown seeing them involved in wine-making projects across the country.

    They were instrumental in the renaissance of Chianti and their portfolio of wines includes some stellar names such as Tignanello - the Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc blend that was most influential in the Super Tuscan movement, Solaia - the Cabernet dominant blend also from the Tignanello Estate and, of course, the beautiful Peppoli Chianti Classico. PWS

    The 2018 Chianti Classico Pèppoli is gracious and beautifully perfumed. Crushed red berry fruit, spice, blood orange, mint and orange zest give this silky Chianti Classico lovely flavor depth. I would prefer to drink it over the next few years. ANTONIO GALLONI, Vinous
    2018
    sangiovese
    Italy
    495
  11. Marcel Malbec 2018
    Marcel Malbec 2018
    Château du Cèdre is widely regarded as the leading estate in Cahors. Brothers Pascal and Jean-Marc Verhaeghe, both qualified oenologists, can trace its history back to their grandfather Léon who left his native Flanders to settle in south-west France in the early 1900s. In due course Léon’s son Charles and his wife Marie-Thérèse started a mixed farm in 1958 and began planting one hectare of vines in three different plots every year.

    This is made from fruit that doesn't make the estate range and also bought fruit from the greater southwest area. Sees no oak.

    This is the soft and juicy side of Malbec with mulberry and damson fruit flecked with violet and sweet spice. The usual Cahor tannins are melted away into the pluch fruit and this is made to drink young and in fron of a fire. Great examlpe of what the southwest can do at this level when given a little care and attention. PWS

    100% Malbec from purchased fruit grown on the 1st and 2nd terraces close to the river. The fruit is 100% de-stemmed and crushed, then the juice given a 3-4 day cold soak, to extract colour and a little tannin, before being pressed and cool-fermented in stainless steel. Matured in concrete tanks for 6-8 months. 'This shows the soft, juicy side of Malbec. No serious tannins here, just red berry fruit and fine acidity. That means it's ready to drink this winter.' Vintage & Vine
    2018
    Malbec
    France
    360
  12. Camino Real Tempranillo 2018
    Camino Real Tempranillo 2018
    The vineyards of Camino Real are located in the heart of La Rioja, surrounded by mountain Sierra de Cantabria and river Ebro on the south. This area has an ancient tradition of winemaking and perfect conditions for Tempranillo. Camino Real combines an extraordinary quality, true character of the region and love for wine. The operation is large but the focus is on quality.

    This is 100% Tempranillo from a selection of old vineyards, between 50 and 70 years old, located in San Vicente de la Sonsierra. All the grape are manual harvested with fermentation is steel tank for freshness and just 4 months in new barrels for a lick of oak.

    Violet colour with a hint of ruby. Compelling nose of fresh blackcurrants, plums and other dark forest fruits. There is also a gentle herbal and oak notes. Elegant and fruity wine, with wild forest fruits, with raspberries and black cherries to the fore. Tannins are soft  supple nicely balanced with acidity that offsets the sweet fruits. PWS
    2018
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  13. De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2018
    De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2018
    The idea of a Villages blend is to create attractive and appealing wine from different villages within the Yarra Valley. Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Pinot Noir are selected from best growers along with and Grenache chosen from Heathcote. 

    How Steve Webber and his team manage to punch out such great wines, accross the whole ranged with this value is always a surprise to us.

    Incredibly all the fruit was hand harvested and a combination of whole berry with 15-25% whole bunch is fermented with 12-18 days of maceration. Pressed, settled overnight and then filled to French casks by gravity. Amazingly gentle and thoughtful winemaking for a wine in this category. Bright strawberry, light summer herb and lifted aromas that follow onto a pillowy but trim body with plenty of flavour and lovely zest throughout. PWS
    2018
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    506
  14. Vinuva Nero d'Avola 2018
    Vinuva Nero d'Avola 2018
    Sicily a region blessed with consistent bright sunshine is perfect for Nero d'avola a native grape from the island. Grown on a calcareous soil this gives the wine an elegant lilt to the plush fruit. The nose presents with black and red berries and dried fruits with notes of chocolate underlying the vibrant fruit. This is a lovely bright expression of the Variety with a mouth-filling and juicy palate. 100% organic to boot! PWS
    2018
    Nero d'Avola
    Italy
    391
  15. Pierre Amadieu Cotes du Rhone Roulepierre 2019
    Pierre Amadieu Cotes du Rhone Roulepierre 2019
    It's been a while since we have tried the Pierre Amadieu wines and recent tasting made us question why we had for so long. A quality producer that makes a range of great northern and southern Rhone wines. There entry level CDR is a bit of a flagship and is such a joy to drink. PWS

    A 75-25 blend of Grenache and Syrah, the 2018 Cotes du Rhone Roulepierre is a fruit-forward offering with substantial weight for a "simple" Côtes du Rhône. Raspberries, cherries and garrigue come together on the charming nose, while silky tannins frame the palate and linger easily on the finish. ...It's a solid value. JOE CZWERWINSKI, eRobertParker.com
    2018
    Rhone Blend
    France
    467
  16. Pittnauer Pitti Rose 2018
    Pittnauer Pitti Rose 2018
    In a world of overhyped rosé, here's a pristine, flavoursome, tightly focused and refreshing expression from Pittnauer. Its floral bouquet of raspberries, red cherries and a whiff of citrus oil overlies a hint of meatiness. Long and brightly lit, with a juiciness that is never rich or cloying, its charmingly vivacious palate is underpinned by a fine chalkiness, finishing with a tangy, lemony acidity. It's a delightful combination of flavour, freshness and brightness.
    JEREMY OLIVER, Gourmet Traveller WINE
    2018
    Blaufrankisch
    Austria
    357
  17. Marsilea Premier Bobal 2018
    Marsilea Premier Bobal 2018
    A family-owned winery and cellar; 60 hectares of vineyards around the small village of Sinarcas, on an 800-metre high plateau inland from Valencia and close to the border with Castilla-La Mancha, surrounded by a pine forest. Sebastian Mancebo makes terrific organic wines mostly from native Bobal, alongside alternatives like Gewürztraminer.

    Vines are typically more than 40 years old and planted at altitudes of 900 meters. The grapes are hand-sorted before the fermentation and the partially crushed grapes are then subjected to low temperature for the extraction of primary, fruit aromas. The fermentation is done at low temperatures (18ºC) in temperature with no oak.

    A brilliant cherry-red colour, of medium intensity and purplish highlights. It has a bouquet of wild flowers and a salty minerality, typical of the regions' soils. Forceful yet velvety on the palate. Fruity with notes of blackberries, it hides a slight bitterness that balances the fruit, with a persistent and long finish. PWS
    2018
    Spain
  18. Oakridge LVS Willow Lake Chardonnay 2018 375ml
    Oakridge LVS Willow Lake Chardonnay 2018 375ml

    Winemaker and CEO David Bicknell has proved his worth time and again as an extremely talented winemaker. JAMES HALLIDAY

    What is there to say about this superb Yarra Valley winery. Headed up by Dave Bicknell it feels like they can do no wrong. Everything they make from top to bottom is deftly put together and sourced from the Yarra's best vineyards. The quality is always outstanding and the LVS (local vineyard series) is some of the best value Pinot and Chardonnay around. PWS

    I’ve probably said it before, and anyone who knows me knows I’m prone to repeating myself, but what a lovely evocative name it is for a vineyard.

    It doesn’t need any styling products; there’s not a hair out of place here. White peach and lime, green melon, almond nougat, a whisper of struck match and spice. Smooth and flavoursome, a subtle viscosity interlaid with chalk and flint, some floral mouth-perfume, slight tweak to the finish with citrus rind and grapefruit tang. Right proper Chardonnay here. GARY WALSH, The Wine Front

    2018
    chardonnay
    Australia
    506
  19. Roche de Bellene Bellenos Blanc 2018
    Roche de Bellene Bellenos Blanc 2018
    The Bellenos range sit under the newly created Coteaux Bougignons (Hillside Burgundy) appellation. This new appellation was created was created in 2011 to allow producers in the region more freedom to blend wines, among varieties and throughout a larger designated area. It is designed to promote Burgundy that is of real quality but perhaps fits outside the traditional constraints of AOC regulations. It extends from Cote d’or in the north to Beaujolais in the south.

    The blanc is a blend of mainly chardonnay sourced from a cluster of southern Burgundy and northern Beaujolais sites. A touch of aligoté is also blended in to provide a little extra zip and vigour to the wine. Fermentation is all done in stainless steel tank with about 8 months in larger old barrels and aging on fine lees to provide a little extra texture and weight. PWS
    2018
    chardonnay
    France
    358
  20. Roche de Bellene Bellenos Rouge 2018
    Roche de Bellene Bellenos Rouge 2018
    The Bellenos Cuvée Rouge is primarily from the Beaujolais area in the south of Burgundy, where fruity, mineral-inflected Gamay Noir is grown on granite soils. It is blended with finely structured Pinot Noir from the Côte d’Or in northern Burgundy. The result is a fresh, fruit-forward “Vin de Plaisir” — a deliciously expressive wine for everyday enjoyment.
    Grape varieties: 80% Gamay Noir and 20% Pinot Noir
    2018
    Gamay, Pinot noir
    France
    358
  21. Lenton Brae Merlot 2018
    Lenton Brae Merlot 2018

    The late architect Bruce Tomlinson built a strikingly beautiful winery (heritage-listed by the Shire of Busselton) that is now in the hands of winemaker son Edward (Ed), who consistently makes elegant wines in classic Margaret River style. A midwinter (French time) trip to Pomerol in Bordeaux to research merlot is an indication of his commitment. Exports to the UK. JAMES HALLIDAY

    The inaugural release. Estate-grown, wild ferment, 14 months maturation in 25% new French barriques. An interesting bouquet, a bit gamey and earthy, with the oak having an influence. Fruit comes through more clearly on the palate, the red-berried flavours quite soft and rich, fitting the usual expectation of merlot. Ripe, almost sweet tannin rounds it out. STEVEN CREBER, JamesHalliday.com

    2018
    Cabernet Blends
    Australia
    432
  22. Knight's Granite Hills 1971 Block Riesling 2018
    Knight's Granite Hills 1971 Block Riesling 2018

    Granite Hills is one of the enduring classics, having pioneered the successful growing of riesling and shiraz in an uncompromisingly cool climate. The vineyard includes riesling, chardonnay, shiraz, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot and pinot noir (the last also used in its sparkling wine). The Rieslings age superbly, and the Shiraz was the forerunner of the cool-climate school in Australia. JAMES HALLIDAY

    From the original riesling vines planted in '71. Delicate lemony scents lead to a textural, well weighted riesling with an above-average sense of presence. Its quality is built on mouthfeel, weight of fruit and flow. CAMPBELL MATTINSON, James Halliday

    2018
    Riesling
    Australia
    426
    Special Price $26.00 Regular Price $31.00
  23. Amen Break Pinot Noir 2018
    Amen Break Pinot Noir 2018
    A collaboration between Matt Harrop and his brother Steve. Steve is a musician and record producer- he bought his vintage analogue Soundcraft 2400 desk from U2 in Dublin. He also grows his own Pinot Noir in the Waitaki Valley under the Sublime Label.

    Since 2016 the Amen break Pinot Noir has been grown at the extraordinary Zebra Vineyard in Bendigo. Soil here is very weak, loessial and alluvial river terraces.

    The ambition with the Amen Break Pinot has been to produce wines with lifted aromatic, textured mid palates and refined, lithe tannins. Hand harvested and naturally fermented. A mixture of clones that are both destemmed whole bunch pressed with no new wood.

    Lovely lifted red fruits, some pomegranate seed, lovely textured mid palate and long fine extract at the end. Evenly ripened, beautifully poised wine. Noticably absent is the heaviness of extract or overburden of wood. Pure, delicious Pinot for drinking now or into the future. PWS
    2018
    Pinot noir
    Australia
    500
  24. Lopez de Haro Rioja Crianza 2018
    Lopez de Haro Rioja Crianza 2018
    An ethos that blends attention to detail with the high quality old vineyards to create authentic contemporary classics. Based in the historic town of San Vicente de la Sonsierra, in  the heart of DOCa Rioja surrounded to the north by the Sierra Cantabria and to the south by the Ebro  river. The microclimate of the area and its clay-calcareous soils generate the perfect conditions for the vineyard, especially for Tempranillo.

    A blend of Tempranillo, Garnacha and Graciano from a selection of vineyards with low yielding fruit settled on poor soils of Ebro's terraces in the area of the Sonsierra. Manual harvest and spontaneous fermentation with natural yeasts and small amounts of sulfur are added. Aging: 18 months in French, Eastern European and American oak barrels. 10% of new barrels and 90% of used barrels from 2 to 6 uses.

    A heady mix of aromas cocoa and vanilla that envelopes smashed black ripe fruits. Lots of tempranillo liquorice aromas with a spicy lift that leads into an elegant flavour profile matched with juicy black fruit backed by typical tempranillo structure. It finished soft and velvety with a black cherry and delicate cola lift.
    2018
    tempranillo
    Spain
    472
  25. Anduma Dolcetto 2018
    Anduma Dolcetto 2018
    An ex-PWS employee turned wine importer labels and ships this juicy red from a family owned operation in the hills of Roero outside Asti. The fruit is cultivated on sandy clay soil at an altitude of 300m without the use of herbicides or chemical fertilisers. Stainless steel fermentation and short ageing is employed to keep this fruit forward and fresh. Cherry and tart plum aromas are mirrored on the palate in a juicy density that is accompanied by a useful brush of tannin. Super food friendly, Dolcetto is often the ultimate lunch wine! This is delicious stuff! PWS
    2018
    Dolcetto
    Spain
    472
  26. Warramate Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
    Warramate Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
    This cabernet lures you in with graphite and violets, the palate rolling into a velvety ball of black fruits, spice and subtle tertiary tones of earth. There's dimension and a fine framework wrapped around a flavoursome core of fruit. This is great value for the money, there's a luxuriant richness which hints towards a wine of pedigree. ALEX WILCOX, PWS
    2018
    Cabernet Sauvignon
    Australia
    506
    Special Price $27.00 Regular Price $32.00
  27. Bests Bin 1 Shiraz 2018
    Bests Bin 1 Shiraz 2018

    It wasn't an easy choice this year, it never is. While we tasted a lot of great stuff, and there were a few contenders, this gem takes home the chocolates for a number of reasons, first a foremost among them is that is it great.
    This release of Bin 1 delivers a package of sumptuously juicy and immediately impressive fruit that can be drunk right out of the gate, as shown by the number of bottles I have consumed already. It also has a degree of class and sophistication with the inherent stuffing and filigreed tannins to carry it in the cellar for a period as it develops and grows in stature and gains detail. It is a wine that offers an expression of Shiraz that is completely unique to its region. A gorgeous example.
    The reason why it got the gong for my wine of the year though, you get all of this for very little hip pocket damage. A touch over $20, it is crazy value. In 2020 who doesn't need great wine that is also great value? That's why this is the Best (terrible pun intended) wine I have had this year. ROSCOE

    2018
    shiraz
    Australia
    402
  28. Jim Barry Lodge Hill Shiraz 2018
    Jim Barry Lodge Hill Shiraz 2018
    A very impressive wine at this price: the colour deep and bright, the expressive bouquet with earthy/spicy nuances to black fruits. The medium-bodied palate has an extra level of depth aided by supple tannins and a twitch of oak. The value cannot be gainsaid. (96) JAMES HALLIDAY

    Medium-bodied, and kind of crisp, but with ample flavour and a nice bit of tannin built in. Flavours are more into red fruits, with a flicker of mint and pepper, subtle spicy oak, and a fresh finish of good length. Stylish. A very good release of this wine. GARY WALSH
    2018
    shiraz
    Australia
    377
  29. Caves de Pouilly Les Tuileries Coteaux du Giennois Sur Loire Rouge 2018
    Caves de Pouilly Les Tuileries Coteaux du Giennois Sur Loire Rouge 2018
    The Caves de Poulliy wines are sourced from the relatively new appellation of Cotteaux de Giennois which sits in the upper Loire just north of Sancerre. It shares the same kimeridgian clay and limestone soils commone to the region which give the wines their distinctive, minerally twang.

    These are such cracking wines that are terroir driven and unique as well as being stupidly drinkable. Ther is a white that is baby Sancerre and this red which is blend of mainly pinot noir with a touch of gamay. It's all about the pure red fruits and crunchy earthy spice which jumps out at you. It's bright and brambly and you can smell the clay soils. Airy and easy but with a spike of fresh tannin that cuts the juicy fruit. All-in-all pretty easy to get through a bottle of this with a friend so you better buy two! PWS
    2018
    Gamay, Pinot noir
    France
    418
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