• April's Daily Drinking Red Wine Club Wines

    It is time for your daily drinking red wines....
    2011 Corte alla Flora Podere del Giuggiolo Toscana -  This is a very traditional tuscan blend of 100% Sangiovese, no oak, no nothing but good old fashion wine.  Bright red fruit with some soft tannins.  This is by far the daily drinker of the summer.  You should be able to pair this wine up with almost anything except someone who's a fun-sponge!
    2014 Albacea MonastrellFans of the blockbuster Jumilla red Clio don't want to miss this outstanding bargain from the enigmatic Miguel Gil. As proprietor of Bodegas Juan Gil, Miguel has helped put this backwater Spanish wine region on the map with phenomenal Monastrell-based wines that elicit oohs and ahs from all who taste them. 100% Monastrell (Mourvèdre) from a number of Gil's select vineyards. Appealing aromas of smoke-infused blackberry, cedar, and pepper lead into succulent fruit flavors balanced by a clean, fresh finish. The Albacea works well at parties, alongside lamb chops and burgers, and unfinished bottles can be kept corked in the fridge for at least 2 days of enjoyment.
    2014 Domaine de Cristia Grenache VdP - A great little drinker from a top Châteauneuf-du-Pape producer. Vivacious ruby red colour. Good aromatic intensity on the nose with aromas of ripe fruits, red-fruit coulis and hints of fresh licquorice. The palate offers good volume, is rich and endowed with silky tannins. Good amplitude in the middle palate which leads onto a long finish where the licquorice aromas persist.
    And there you have it folks.  The daily's for the month of April.
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