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January Wines of the Month

NV Tullia Brut Prosecco, Veneto, Italy
Regularly $13.99, January Special Price $11.89
Tullia Prosecco is made by Cantina Montelvini, based in the village of Venegazzù in Veneto region, in the DOC’s of Montello and Colli Asolani. This region is particularly suited for wine-growing, and is well-known all over the world for wines of the highest standards. The wine is straw yellow in color, it has an intensely fruity and fresh bouquet, particularly reminiscent of spear wood flowers and wisteria, wild apple and mountain honey. Bubbles are fine and persistent. This is a slightly drier Brut style.

2017 Ponte Vinho Verde Rose, Vinho Verde, Portugal
Regularly $8.99, January Special Price $7.64
A blend of 90% Vinhao, 5% Padeiro and 5% Espadeiro. Aromas of fresh strawberries with ripe berry fruit flavors in balance with bight acidity. Pair with pasta, fish, chicken and fondue.

2015 Nik Weiss QbA Riesling, Mosel, Germany
Regularly $16.99, January Special Price $14.44
The St. Urbans-Hof Estate Riesling “From Old Vines” represents everything you can expect from a fine Riesling from Germany’s renowned Mosel Valley. A pure, well-sculpted, off-dry version, with persimmon, lime and slate flavors coating the palate. It has the elegance and freshness that Riesling is known for plus the depth and finesse that only wines from old gnarly vines can have.

2015 Selbach Oster Incline Riesling, Mosel, Germany
Regularly $12.99, January Special Price $10.99
Rich and expressive, this wine shows notes of orchard fruits on the nose followed by a firm structure to the dried peach, apricot and pear sauce flavors, with notes of honeysuckle. The plush finish lingers with accents of ginger and thyme. Serve with Asian food for a dynamite pairing.

2017 Dom. Mardon Quincy ‘Tres Vielles Vignes’, Loire, France
Regularly $21.99, January Special Price $18.69
The village of Quincy is located about 50 miles west of Sancerre on the left bank of the Cher river. This lesser-known Loire Valley appellation is an excellent source of crisp, driving, minerally Sauvignon Blanc.The Mardon family has been producing wine in the area since the early 19th century.  100% Sauvignon Blanc grown in limestone and chalk not far from Sancerre and very similar in style with its bright, laser beam of citrus fruit and mineral flavors. Pure and refreshing,
a wonderful compliment to goat cheese, salads, sushi and sauteed fish dishes.

2017 Brigaldara Valpolicella, Veneto, Italy
Regularly $15.99, January Special Price $13.59
55% Corvina, 25% Corvinone, 20% Rondinella. Bright ruby. Vibrant aromas of redcurrant, blackberry and candied viole on the knockout nose. Quite juicy on the palate, with floral red berry flavors given laser-like precision by lovely harmonious acidity. Very well-balanced. Enjoy this versatile red with hard cheeses, pasta, cured meats and grilled anything.

2015 Gracciano Della, Seta Vino Nobile Montepulciano, Tuscany, Italy
Regularly $21.99, January Special Price $18.69
Blend of 90% Prugnolo Gentile and 10% Merlot 10%. Bright ruby red. On the nose intense, complex, delicate, fruity with hints of cherry, morello, plum, violet and slightly spicy. Dry, with pleasantly acid notes, well integrated tannins, sapid, balanced, intense, persistent, elegant, with a fruity finish. Pair with roasts, game and mature cheeses.

2014 Close de los Siete, Mendoza, Argentina
Regularly $19.99, January Special Price $16.99
Malbec, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot Offers a lithe and well-cut blend of cherry, dried berry, currant and spice box flavors that mesh easily. The richly textured finish lingers with creamy notes.

2015 Yalumba Y Series Shiraz, South Australia
Regularly $9.99, January Special Price $8.49
Luscious and exotic aromas of boysenberry, Turkish delight, vanilla bean and violets. The medium bodied palate is framed by flavors of sweet Turkish delight and violets, while soft tannins provide a perfect complement to the succulent finish, which shows the synergy between these two varieties. Enjoy with duck and pork terrine.

2015 Lilac by Jeff Carrel, Languedoc-Rousilllon, France
Regularly $19.99, January Special Price $16.99
Offers both freshness and ripeness, with layers of dark berry fruit (plums, blackberry) and hints of violets and licorice. Smooth, soft, structured, and very polished on the palate, with a long, persistent finish. A versatile food wine that will work splendidly with a wide range of meats.

2014 Mulderbosch Faithful Hound, South Africa
Regularly $16.99, January Special Price $14.44
The nose exhibits berry fruit aromas of mulberries and blueberries, subtly framed by vanilla spice and earthy notes. Gentle structure and finesse combine to make the 2014 so attractive. It has good weight and richness, with layers of flavor, yet there is a really classic element to the fine grained tannins, providing a moreish, savory finish.

2016 Smith & Hook Cabernet Sauvignon, Central Coast, California
Regularly $24.99, January Special Price $20.99
The fruit for this wine comes from four prestigious appellations of the Central Coast: Arroyo Seco for structure and backbone; San Antonio Valley for rich plum and currant flavors; Hames Valley for dark skin color and intense blackberry and spice aromas; and Paso Robles for black cherry notes and seductively round and supple tannins. The result is a spirited, layered and luscious Cabernet Sauvignon.