Barbaresco is often cast as Barolo’s little sister – softer, more feminine, and somehow just less “serious” than burly Barolo. While there’s some truth to the stereotype, greats like Bruno Giacosa and Angelo Gaja have proven that Barbaresco can be just as rich, complex and long-lived as any Barolo. And you’ll never have a better chance to experience both the majesty of outstanding Nebbiolo and the grace and subtlety of beautiful Barbaresco than with the 2009 Barbaresco DOCG from Produttori del Barbaresco – especially while it’s nearly 30% off at $31.98 for bottles or just $28.98/ea by the case. Delicious now with lamb or rich foods and built to age, too.
Red Sancerre is best in warm vintages and with a bit of bottle age - making this rich, ripe, and sweetly fruited 2009 a perfect choice to enjoy with Easter dinner or any Springtime fare. Was $29.99, now from $17.98.
A flat-out delicious Super-Tuscan blend of Sangiovese (70%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (30%) that's ripe, lush, and oh so easy to drink Limited and great value.