• July Daily Drinker Wine Club Wines

    This month you are in for a treat.
    2012 Herdade do Esporao Monte Velho - The 2012 Monte Velho red is a blend of 40% Aragonez, 35% Trincadeira, 20% Touriga Nacional, and 5% Syrah, tank fermented and then aged in a mixture of tank and American oak for six months. It comes in at 14% alcohol. It was sourced from vines averaging 15 years of age. In its youth, when things are sometimes jumbled, it has some earthy notes, hints of herbs and touches of smoke, but this is a pretty consistent value that looks quite good this year. Young, fresh fruit is underneath. It has fine solidity in the mid-palate for its level. Its modest structure and drink-me-now demeanor are appropriate to its goals. It became quite tasty and more interesting as it aired out, too. $13
    2015 Lucchetti Lacrima di Morro d' Alba - Deep violet in color, the wine explodes out of the glass with an extremely intense and heady bouquet of exotic Eastern flowers and wild strawberries and pomegranate. Once past the intriguing nose, the palate features wild berry compote, hints of roses, violets and geranium, a note of pink peppercorn and finishes very fresh with limited tannins. An utterly unique experience featuring outstanding balance and concentration. $13
    2013 San Felice Chianti Classico - A sparkling ruby, this wine offers complex, long-lingering aromas, with nuances of dark cherry, raspberry and sweet violets. Appealingly dry and medium-bodied, it is smooth, rounded, and well balanced. Overall, its judicious structure, elegant fragrances and savory palate make this a delectable experience. $15
    And yet I still only charged you all $39
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