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  1. $239.40

    Poderi dei Bricchi Astigiani

    Italy (Italy), Piedmont (Italy)

    12 x 750 ml

    Breads, Cured Meat, Ham, Rich Fish, Scallop, Soft Cheese, White Meat

    Cherry red in color with light but brilliant ruby highlights, peach petal tones at the rim and hints of orange in the depths. White peaches on the nose along with raspberries and red currants, floral hints on the aromatic finish. Soft on the palate, balanced, dry, the flavors are firm and savory with the same fruity freshness and floral notes of the aromas.

    92 points - Luca Maroni, June 2020

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  2. New Côtes du Rhône La Devèze by Domaine de Dionysos 2017


    Domaine de Dionysos

    France (France), Southern Rhône (France)

    12 x 750 ml

    Breads, Hard Cheese, Pasta, Red Meat, Vegetables

    A beautiful organic Cotes du Rhone made with a blend of mainly Grenache and Syrah.  Typical of the region, the bouquet is full of ripe red fruits and spice.   In the mouth it is supple and fleshy with overtones of red ripe fruits and crunchy tannins.  A  perfect accompaniment to poultry, lamb, charcuterie and cheese.

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  3. New Grisela Soave Classico DOC by Tessari 2019



    Italy (Italy), Veneto (Italy)

    12 x 750 ml

    Rich Fish, Risotto, Salad, Vegetables, White Meat

    This has a gorgeous, exotic and refined nose of linden/jasmine, lemon blossom, tangerine and peach. It is medium-full bodied, very tidy, lively yet rich with lovely concentration and focus. Nicely firm and mineral with bitter lemon on the finish. The length is excellent.

    "...a single-vineyard garganega off of near 45 year-old vines in the area of Brognoligo di Monteforte. An obviously easy, peachy, amenable and gift of a harvest Soave that followed a smooth sailing season with fruit, minerals, elements and a liquidity of structure that just keeps on giving. This is winemaking as an extension of farming in the finest sense of education and learning 101. Drink 2020-2024."

    90 points - Michael Godel, WineAlign, Dec 2020


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  4. $299.40


    Italy (Italy), Le Marche (Italy)

    12 x 750 ml

    Pasta, Rich Fish, Risotto, Salad, Vegetables, White Meat

    Made with organically farmed grapes, this delicious white opens with aromas of citrus blossom and white stone fruit. The tangy, medium-bodied palate offers a lovely depth of flavors that include juicy tangerine, lime, white peach, bitter almond and mineral. Crisp acidity brightens the rich flavors and carries through to the clean finish.

    "Buzzing, salty, mineral-toned green fruit and fresh herb aromas followed by soaring acidity which gives freshness and length. Amazing value."


    Tre Bicchieri - Gambero Rosso 2021

    96 points - Decanter Magazine, May 2020 (2018 Vintage)

    Tre Bicchieri - Gambero Rosso 2020 (2018 Vintage)

    Vino Slow - Slow Wine 2020 (2018 Vintage)

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  5. $239.70

    La Tosa

    Emilia-Romagna (Italy), Italy (Italy)

    6 x 750 ml

    Cured Meat, Rich Fish, White Meat

    The 'Sorriso di Cielo' from La Tosa is a dry and intense Malvasia from the heart of Colli Piacentini. On the nose is fruity and fresh, ripe and tropical fruit followed by herbs hints. It has a smooth and sapid sip with a very long persistence. This is the house white of the legendary, 3 star Michelin restaurant Osteria Francescana! > Learn More

  6. $299.00


    Italy (Italy), Piedmont (Italy)

    1 x 1500 ml

    Breads, Cured Meat, Hard Cheese, Red Meat, Veal roasted

    "Aromas of woodland berry, underbrush, hazelnut and camphor form the nose along with a whiff of rose petal on this captivating, delicious wine. The full-bodied structured palate is still young and primary but already shows raspberry compote, ripe Marasca cherry, star anise, tobacco and the barest hint of game. Tightly knit noble tannins and fresh acidity provide the firm frame and impart serious aging potential. Hold for even more complexity. Drink 2026–2056."

    99 Points - Wine Enthusiast/Cellar Selection, January 2020


    "All of these wines from Cavallotto deliver a very floral and perfumed subtext that gives lift and delicate buoyancy to the overall bouquet. This is the Castiglione Falletto magic that shows so well in this classic vintage. The 2016 Barolo Bricco Boschis offers dried cherry, sandalwood, bramble and forest floor. The wine reveals a slightly wild and untamed character that adds to its interest and personality. Overall, this is an elegant wine with a streamlined and elegant finish. The aromas are focused and bright. I can't wait to taste the Riserva expression from this site when it is released in three years' time."

    98 Points - Wine Advocate, July 2020

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At, organic wine holds a special place. We appreciate the widespread appeal of organic wines and work with wineries around the world to bring our clients the top organic wines.

There is as wide a variety of organic wine types as there is of “conventional” wine types. Organic red and rosé wines are made with familiar varietals such as Cabernet, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Grenache, Cinsaut, Syrah, Merlot, Tempranillo, Rolle, Malbec and Pinot Noir Gropello, Marzemino, Pinot Noir and Zweigelt. Organic white and sparkling wines are primarily made from white grape varietals such as Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc Sémillon and Pinot Grigio.

What exactly differentiates an organic wine from a conventional wine? Organic wine of course uses organically farmed grapes. For the fermentation and production of organic wine, preservatives like sulfites are not allowed at all in the United States. In the European Union the addition of sulphites in organic wine is permitted, but at lower rates than in conventional wine production.

People drink organic wine for lots of reasons. Some don’t want synthetic additives. Some appreciate that organic wines have less sugar and lower alcohol content. The environmentally conscious appreciate supporting sustainable organic farming and production methods. And for some it’s about taste. In a UCLA study of 75,000 wine reviews, organic wine came out on top in terms of taste.

Here’s an interesting tidbit. A number of conventional producers actually use sustainable, organic methods but choose not to go for the “organic” designation. Go figure.

Receive the best of all worlds. Feel comfortable about what you are drinking. Be happy you are supporting sustainability. And best of all, enjoy the quality. You and many, many others.

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