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Areyna, Couron, Cococciola


Areyna Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Lujan de Cuyo, Argentina

The nose shows subtle aromas of fig, cassis, and dark fruits.
The mouth feel is full and rich with notes of chocolate and spices.
The finish shows finely grained tannins and bright acidity.


Domaine de Couron Rose
Ardeche, France

   This area has been inhabited since the Upper Paleolithic as evidenced by the cave paintings at Chauvet Pont d'Arc. The plateau of the Ardèche river has extensive standing stones, erected thousands of years ago.The river has the largest canyon in Europe and the caves that dot the cliffs are known for signs of prehistoric inhabitants! 

From this tiny village in the South of France,
this 100% Grenache is dry.
Different. Pale Pink in the Glass. Lovely.



Great Summer White

The Cococciola grape is a specialty of southern Abruzzo.
The winemaking is intended to highlight the unique character of the varietal
and its ability to express terroir.  A gentle pressing and cool, stainless
steel fermentation allow for the preservation of primary aromas. 

This refreshing white wine appears pale straw yellow with green highlights. Although light on the palate, it exhibits a sense of firmness emphasized by
a backbone of bright acidity.  Earthy aromas of dusty gravel and chalk blend with citrus blossom, lemongrass, and Bay leaf. The finish is persistent and harmonious.

La Mora Sangiovese & Vermentino, Frangiacorta
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