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Wine By The Glass
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Lamberti Vino Spumante Rosé a fresh, lively sparkling wine from italy that tap dances on your face.
Vadiaperti Coda Di Volpe i love italian whites because they come with a mineral kick like this one from naples. it’s a complicated wine with a lot of tastes and smells, and coda di volpe means "tail of the fox" which is kind of awesome.
Neumeister Gemischte Satz 2011 devoted to making everyone as happy as possible, this is the youngest child of divorced parents of my wine list, trying hard to have something for everything.
Thurnhoff Goldmuskateller 2010 one of the best wines we’ve discovered while putting together this list, and people are really loving it. read more about it.
La Mailloche Chardonnay 2010 stephane tissot is one of my favorite winemakers, and his winery was responsible for the first chardonnay i ever put on my list. spicy and acidic it’s made in tiny batches and tastes like a funky springtime white wine with a lot of structure and crispness.
Andau Zweigelt 2010 cool mellow velvet, this rounded austrian red is like drinking a big glass of "take it easy." with soft tannins, plump berries, and creamy layers of vanilla, it’s the cure for everything that ails you.
Baron De Ley Maturana 2010 straight out of the rioja region, the maturana grape is really a neglected superstar. it’s got a hint of vanilla, a bite of balsamic, and tastes like a big drama wine.
Hecht & Bannier Côtes Du Roussillon Villages 2009 i try not to serve too many blends, but this blend of grenache, mourvedre, syrah and carignan grapes combines hot spanish spiciness with the structure of classic french reds. soft tannins, big juiciness and some ashes and minerals, this wine is insanely drinkable. read more about it.
A Touch Of Classe 2011 there’s no wine on this list i feel more personally about than this carignan and syrah blend from france. it was brought to me by my favorite wine rep, camille riviere, who was the first wine rep to bring me what i was asking for when dirt candy opened: strange, different wines from off the beaten path. this is made at the organic winery of her mentor, jean-francois coutelou, and it’s got the true taste of what we think of as concord grapes while also having a funky, rambunctious, woodsy taste. read more about it.
Solera 1847 Oloroso Dulce Sherry if you think you know sherry, think again. this spanish oloroso is sweet, dark, nutty, deeply rich and complicated. it’s been on the list for a couple of years and that’s because it’s like having a delicious bowl of molten caramel that makes you drunk.