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Aluado Alicante Bouschet 2018
Portuguese star Alicante Bouschet is famous for its intense, inky color and bewitching, full flavors. In just a few vintages, this rich example has scooped international golds and three ‘Best Buy’ ratings! Don’t miss the just-launched 2018 ...
Tenuta Fenice Nero d’Avola 2018
Our intrepid expert stumbled on this acclaimed, old-vine Nero d’Avola when he entered the gates of Sicily’s lost “village of the vines” (and you will not believe how decadent it is for the price). Expect plush dark cherry and sweet spice notes.
The Waxed Bat 2019
Opi Sadler’s ultra-rich blend of Shiraz, Malbec, and Cabernet is one of our most popular reds – and for good reason. Packed with intense black fruit and smooth baking spice characters, this beauty’s a big crowd pleaser (and made for steak).
Dark Corner Durif Shiraz 2019
From the cellars that brought you our No. 1 Australian red, The Black Stump, this remarkable Durif-Shiraz is “very tasty and satisfying” (critic Sam Kim, who rated previous vintages 93 points). Just wait until you taste the ultra-rich 2018 release.
Duca di Cardino Sangiovese Toscana 2018
The Barbanera family, makers of our most popular Tuscan wines, have brought us a special red. Crafted in honor of their legendary ancestor, this silky Sangiovese boasts a HUGE 95 point score from Italy's top critic and layers of ripe black fruit.
Tenuta di Somaro Aglianico Primitivo 2016
When Mario Ercolino stumbled upon a small parcel of ancient vines deep in Puglia’s countryside, he knew he’d found something special. Thanks to southern Italy’s superb 2016 vintage, this hugely acclaimed release might be his richest yet.
The Barbanera family’s flagship is “one of the all-time great Super Tuscan reds,” says critic Luca Maroni. This far more affordable gem is made with the same Sangiovese-based blend and has a long history of acclaim. Enjoy the new, 94-point release.
Trunk Road 80 Petite Sirah 2017
Deep, dark Petite Sirah is an Aussie specialty. Your sumptuous taste hails from trophy-winning winemaker John Quarisa and top-sited vineyards in South Eastern Australia. Look forward to layers of velvety plum, black currant, and toasty spice.
Lobo e Falcão 2019
Wine Spectator calls Portugal “the most exciting wine place on the planet.” This best-selling blockbuster was made at a historic estate and aged in fine oak – plus, it way over-delivers on flavor and value.
Stones & Bones 2018
Portugal’s “the most exciting wine place on the planet” (Wine Spectator) – and for lovers of big reds, this huge gold medal winner is a real thrill. Unearthed from among ancient dino fossils, it’s also a roaring-good beef match.