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  • 2017 Picollo Ernesto Gavi di Gavi Rovereto

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    $15.99
    The Gavi di Gavi “Rovereto” comes from a more distinguished site, in this case, the famous Rovereto slope around its namesake village. Coming from vines over 30 years of age, Picollo’s Gavi di Gavi is THE deal when it comes to white wine. It’s more serious and focused than its entry-level counterpart. The aromas are pronounced and distinct with hints of peach and apricot, as well as a rocky mineral presence. The palate is seamless in balance with the expressive fruit firing in tandem with its refined structure. Domestic wines of this quality usually exceed the $30 price point.
  • 2016 Tenuta Le Farnete Barco Reale di Carmignano

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    $14.59
    They’ve been allowed to grow Cabernet Sauvignon in Carmignano since Medici times. TWH pal Enrico Pierazzuoli blends it (20%) with Sangiovese to make both his Carmignano and Barco Reale. Think of it as a “baby Super-Tuscan,” with fresh red fruit up front and a medium bodied finish. This works great as a spaghetti red or with a Pizza Margherita.
  • 2017 Picollo Ernesto Gavi

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    $11.69
    Made from 100% Cortese, this entry-level Gavi DOCG is clean and crisp, offering up aromas of yellow fruit and stony minerals. The palate is well balanced and the finish is alive and kicking. This is the everyday Italian white you will find in our staff's refridgerators year round.
  • 2016 Li Veli Contrade Negroamaro

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    $10.98
    TWH continues to source outstanding values from Italy’s Puglia region. Contrade is a side project of Li Veli, using grapes grown from neighbors who, like them, adhere to the highest standard of grape growing. Negroamaro is a black skinned grape that combines red fruit flavors with spice. Super juicy, try with orecchietti with broccoli rabe or eggplant Parm.
  • 2016 Domaine La Hitaire Les Tours Cotes de Gascogne

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    $11.49
    For light and easy quaffing, may we suggest this three grape blend from southwestern France. Wait; but what are these grapes? The bulk of the Ugni Blanc and Colombard grown in these parts ends up at distilleries, destined to be turned into Armagnac and Cognac. Brothers Rémy and Armin Grassa, like their father Yves, find they can make an easy to like, inexpensive table wine from them as well. Blended with Gros Manseng to give it a floral component, the Domaine la Hitaire Les Tours is the exact same blend as Domaine de Pouy (for those of you who remember that wonderful, inexpensive wine made by the aforementioned Yves Grassa). It’s fresh and bright, with zippy yellow fruit, citrus blossoms and a hint of honeysuckle on the nose. The palate is clean and lively, and coming in at 10.5% ABV, you can go ahead and enjoy another glass!
  • 2016 Bokisch Garnacha Blanca

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    $15.98
    Only 123 cases produced, this is not your average wine from Lodi. Exceptional for its typicity, balance, and thankfully, price! This Garnacha Blanca comes from a single vineyard, Vista Luna. The soil here is volcanic gravelly clay loam, producing grapes with ample fruit and fresh acidity. Shrimp fajitas, seafood paella or a Kale Caesar would pair nicely.
  • 2015 Kiona Lemberger

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    $13.98
    In 1980, Kiona was the first to bottle Lemberger in the US. Some perhaps are more familiar with Lemberger’s other name, Blaufrankisch. Regardless of what you call it, this is a delicious, soft-tannin, blue-fruited red wine. It puts to shame so many trendy, overpriced wines trying to capitalize on the obscure. Pair with sausages, spicy or otherwise.
  • 2016 Palama Arcangelo Verdeca Salento

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    $12.98
    2016 Palama Arcangelo Verdeca Salento
  • 2015 Mas de Bressades Grenache Syrah Costieres de Nimes

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    $14.99
    Costieres de Nîmes’ Mas des Bressades is one of the region’s super stars. The climate is ideal for growing Syrah and Grenache, which appear 50/50 in this blend. Winemaker Cyril Mares is deft at making wine that has fruit impact and elegance. A fruit bomb, this red is laden with intense berry flavors.
  • 2015 Clos Bellane Cotes du Rhone Villages Valreas

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    $15.98
    Valréas is the northernmost of the Village level Côtes du Rhônes. Clos Bellane’s vineyards sit at over 400 meters high with soils rich in limestone. The combination of organic farming and cool climate fruit produces a wine with lots of minerality and cut, especially for a Marsanne/Viognier/Roussanne blend. Lemony roasted chicken would be a good match.
  • 2016 Domaine de Fondreche Rose Ventoux

    Regular Price: $16.59

    Special Price $9.95

    Winemaker Sébastien Vincenti has changed it up a bit with his Ventoux Rosé – the usual super pale salmon hue has given way to an electric magenta color. This 2016 Rosé shows hints of red berries and watermelon rind; it’s great on its own, or you can pair it with a myriad of possibilities. For the ultimate refreshment, pour it with a Salade Niçoise.
  • 2014 Domaine d'Orfeuilles Vouvray Silex

    Regular Price: $20.99

    Special Price $14.95

  • 2015 Tornai Furmint

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    $12.98
    Furmint makes its DD debut! This particular Hungarian Furmint is quite modern for its fresh, vibrant clean style. Tank fermented, the mineral notes characteristic of the famous Somló region shine through in harmony with the delicate, fruity flavors. It’s an obvious choice to serve as an aperitif, but can also match with seafood salads like Insalata di Mare.
  • 2016 Malena Ciro Rosso

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    $11.98
    Cirò is a DOC in Italy’s Calabria. Considered one of the oldest named wines in the world, Cirò’s winemaking history can be traced back thousands of years! Summer’s heat in this region is tempered by the cooling influence of the Ionian Sea. Made from 100% Gaglioppo, the grape’s name is derived from a Greek word meaning “beautiful foot”. Pizza, anyone?
  • NV Col Bel Casa Nova Frizzante

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    $11.98
    If you’ve ever visited Venice and popped in a bacari for cicchetti and a glass of something fizzy, chances are you’ve tasted something similar to this semi-sparkling white. The Casa Nova is essentially de-classified prosecco, made entirely from the Glera grape. Citrusy and fresh with kisses of lemon and mandarin, serve with salty snacks like olives or kettle chips.
  • 2017 The Winery of Good Hope Unoaked Chardonnay Stellenbosch

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    $14.99
    The fruit comes from two vineyards, one ocean facing and the other in an inland valley. The varietals are blended giving us the best of both worlds, zippy acidity and ripe yellow fruit. Now that it’s crab season, feel free to pop one of these and get crackin’.
  • 2016 Barril por Barril Malbec Mendoza

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    $15.98
    Two friends, Norberto Páez and Sebastián Bisole, who met in school while studying enology, made this small production Malbec (only 170 cases) from fruit grown in Argentina’s Uco Valley. An intense purple color greets you in the glass with lots of tangy flavors of red plums with notes of violet. Medium bodied, serve alongside a rack of lamb or fajitas.
  • 2017 The Winery of Good Hope Chenin Blanc Stellenbosch

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    $14.99
    The bush vines from which Alex Dale gets his Chenin Blanc grow on decomposed granite soils with ocean exposure. The maritime breezes keep things cool, and that is essential for the grapes to develop the acidity to balance the ripe, green apple-y fruit. It’s great on its own, though it suits Asian cuisine just fine. Try it with five-spiced pork chops.
  • 2014 Foxglove Chardonnay

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    $12.98
    A super value from California, this sleek Chardonnay is made by the famed winemaking team, Bob and Jim Varner. This is hands down one of the best deals around. Most of the fruit is sourced from the Edna Valley. The Varners make this wine with the same rigor and dedication as their single-vineyard bottlings. Tasty with roast chicken stuffed with lemon.
  • 2014 Foxglove Zinfandel

    Regular Price:

    $12.98
  • 2016 Morellino di Scansano Ciliegiolo

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    $11.98
    Ciliegiolo literally means small cherry, referring to the size of the berries and the taste when vinified. Though commonly planted in Tuscany, it is typically blended with Sangiovese. It is rare to see it bottled as a monovarietal like this one from the Maremma. Fresh and vibrant, with plenty of cherry notes, as you might expect, it’s great with fresh pasta and pizza.
  • 2015 Cantine Le Grotte Nero di Troia

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    $15.98
    Nero di Troia is the third most planted grape in Puglia after Negroamaro and Primitivo. Think of Puglia geographically as the heel up to the mid-calf of Italy’s boot. Nero di Troia is a purple skinned grape that when ripe, expresses rich fruit and mild tannins. Lots of forest berry juiciness here. Match-ups include slow roasted pork, brisket or mushroom lasagna.
  • 2016 Torre Zambra Passerina Abruzzo Colle Maggio

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    $17.79
    We’re over the moon about our new producer from the Abruzzo in central Italy! Torre Zambra is the producer of the Colle Maggio line of wines, and they are really something. Passerina is a rare grape variety sometimes found in the Marche, and also in the Abruzzo inland. It’s bright and clean with white fruit aromas. Try it with Dungeness crab.
  • 2016 Ca' Lojera Lugana Bianco

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    $16.79
  • 2015 Valdesil Montenovo Godello

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    $14.98
    We remain in Galicia but are now in its eastern-most sub-region, Valdeorras. Here Godello is the white grape of choice and it is the estate of Valdesil that lays claim to some of the oldest planted vines. For this bottling, the younger vines (2 to 20 years old) are used to make a bright, sunny expression of Godello with plenty of citrus notes. Try with fish tacos.
  • 2015 Lechuza Garnacha

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    $10.98
    Lechuza’s old vine Garnacha is a great example of just why Spain has the reputation for having some of the best wine bargains in the world. Old bush vines grow at altitudes of over 1700 feet, producing wine of richness and power. This wine sees no oak, and is vinified in concrete tank. A nice choice for oven-braised fatty cuts of beef, like chuck or brisket.
  • 2016 Palazzone Vignarco Orvieto Classico

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    $11.98
    In 1969, the Dubini family purchased their estate in Orvieto, but it was not until the late 1980’s when they began to sell their wine commercially. A classically styled Orvieto with the majority of grapes being Grechetto and Procanico; expect subtle notes of peach and almond blossoms. Try with roasted winter squash dishes or a sauced pan-roasted chicken.
  • 2016 Cantine Le Grotte Falaghina

    Regular Price: $15.98

    Special Price $6.95

    Though Falanghina is most often associated with Campania, there is a bit that is grown on the backside of the boot in Puglia. Cantine Le Grotte’s vineyards are in Apricena, just a few kilometers inland from the Adriatic Sea. Straw yellow in color, it has distinct notes of navel orange and cut flowers. Pair with pork scaloppini or any rice based casseroles.
  • 2016 Pfneisl Blaufranker

    Regular Price:

    $15.48
  • 2015 Doqi Mtsvane Qvevri

    Regular Price:

    $18.98

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