It's getting harder and harder to find good quality Burgundy at reasonable prices, but in this fantastic Rully from Michel Sarrazin, we've found it! A lot of wine here for the money, especially considering the estate's small production, painstaking vineyard work, and willingness to use 50% (expensive!) new French Oak barrels on this wine. Pretty, pure, aromas of yellow fruits - peaches, nectarines, pears - plus toasted hazelnut, rich butter, and a hint of caramel. On the palate, the texture is nicely rich and round and the caramel and hazelnut flavors more emphatic.
Elegant, classy, while remaining fun to drink, this Barbera from Barolo producer Massolino received 90 points from Antonio Galloni, Wine Spectator, and Stephen Tanzer, and we couldn't agree with these critics more! Snag this food-friendly beauty from $21.98 for a case of 12!
Our best-selling Bordeaux ever is still available in its attractive wood case from just $8.98 - but the pile is dwindling and no more remains.