More values have been rolling into Georgetown every week and we are starting June off with some incredible quality for the dollar. We are ushering in summer time, which means we need to include some delicious, highly regarded white wines as well! We have a 91 Point Californian Sauvignon Blanc, incredible new Albarino, and a brand new French Rhone with a huge 93 Point rating from Robert Parker!
Here are the details:
$10.99 $8.99 SALE
91 Points – Wine Enthusiast – Best Buy
“Murphy-Goode 2013 The Fumé Sauvignon Blanc (North Coast): Crisp citrus aromas and fresh lemon and grapefruit flavors define this medium-bodied, appetizing and unapologetic wine. With lots of personality, a tingly texture and tangy finish, it’s just the thing for appetizers and first courses.”
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Costieres de Nimes Rouge
93 Points – Robert Parker
“An 800 case blend of Grenache, Carignan and Mourvedre (there’s also some Cinsault and Syrah in there as well), the 2012 Costieres de Nimes Nostre Pais is an old vine selection that spends 6 months in French oak prior to bottling. Perfumed and elegant, with medium to full-bodied richness and a layered, seamless feel on the palate, this beauty offers up notes of creme de cassis, lavender, while herbs and pepper. It should drink nicely for 5-8 years and is an incredible value.”
Old Vine Red
90 Points – Wine Spectator – Best Value
“A zesty red, with personality to spare, offering notes of licorice, blackberry, smoky pepper and grilled herbs. Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Syrah and mixed Italian blacks.”
90 Points – Robert Parker
“The 2009 Seleccion is a blend of 80% Tempranillo, 10% Graciano and 10% Garnacha which comes through as very balsamic, with mint and hints of eucalyptus, very fresh with ripe dark cherries, licorice and spices and a fluid palate, medium-bodied, with good acidity and clean flavors that linger in the mouth.”
Pazo das Bruxas
Georgetown Pick of the Week!
Brilliant pale yellow. Fragrant on the nose, offering perfumed and citrus notes coupled with fruit aromas (white peach) over a touch of minerality characteristic of the terroir. Sweet upon entry, followed by a fresh, clean evolution across the palate and a long, elegant finish.
An excellent aperitif. Good with raw, cooked or grilled seafood. Pair perfect with mild, white fish. Its lively palate strikes a perfect balance with soft goats cheeses.