Puglia in southern Italy, the region also known as "the heel of the boot", produces this fantastic wine. Made entirely from the native varietal Negroamaro, this wine features notes of candied fruits and spices, which transition to underbrush and black tea. Ripe tannins and solid acidity give balance to this wine, which pairs well with roasted meats, game and ripe cheese.
Full bodied Washington State Cabernet from Walla Walla, yet remains well balanced with a beautiful bright acidity. Loads of dark fruits, Asian spice and dusty cedar remain on the long lasting finish. 92 POINTS, James Suckling, formally of Wine Spectator....
Shop Favorite. Does this bottle look big to you? Fresh, dry and delicious, making the case for bigger is better (at least in terms of volume). Bright aromatics of red cherries and raspberries give way to copious amounts of strawberry...
Fantastic combination of up front dark berry fruit and earth. Touch of spice and a soft, round texture make for a serious crowd pleaser. Think pizza or pasta and red sauce.