By The Bottle
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Barone Cornacchia
2016, abruzzo, italy
Plump and luscious with cherry, herb and currant complexity, and velvety tannin. Serve as a rich cocktail and complement to flavory dishes including meaty pasta, rich poultry and the heartiest vegetarian fare.
“Sincero” Rosso, Cosimo Maria Masini
2016, TUSCANY, italy
Crafted especially for Tuscan restaurants, where locals enjoy it with salami, meat and meat-based pasta, this vino rosso blends Sangiovese and Cabernet’s Sauvignon and Franc, grown in organic and biodynamic vineyards, for ripe cherry flavor and firm, pleasing tannin.
Eola Hills Pinot Noir
2015, willamette valley, oregon
Supple and elegant, with plum and cheery flavors accented by brown spice. From a founding propery on Oregon's now-famous Willamette Valley. Serve as a complement to lighter meat and Asian cuisine.
A La Carte, Pinot Noir
2015, north coast, california
Red fruit and earthy flavors develop on the palate for a complex but eminently enjoyable red. Classically paired with game birds and lighter meats, the silky palate makes a modern red wine with fish pairing.
Chianti Classico, Il Molino di Grace
2015, tuscany, italy
Named for Grace’s windmill, Ohio-native Frank Grace purchased centuries’-old Tuscan vineyards and added modern organic techniques to produce this eminently drinkable red, rich but refreshing. So versatile, we recommend pairing with world-wide meats, roasted poultry and the richest veggie dishes.
Bodegas Obalo, Rioja Crianza
2015, rioja, spain
Aged in small oak barrels for velvety palate and savory flavors of rips berries, meat and brown spice. An ideal pairing with flavorful meats, poultry and vegetables, wild mushrooms and rich cheese.
Nebbiolo, Langhe Rosso D.O.C., “Bricco Magno”
2015, california, USa
A silky and complex red from Italy’s noble Nebbiolo grape. Medium bodied with limpid appearance, classic rose aroma, dry flavors of wild berries with chalky tannin and long finish. Adds complexity to meat and meat-based pasta, as well as truffle and mushroom preparations.
Chateau La Grolet, Cotes de Bourg
2016, bordeaux, france
A classic Bordeaux blending Merlot, Cabernet and Malbec grapes. Perfect for meats and rich poultry. The estate is certified Biodynamic, employing the top-level of organic practices.
Primitivo Salento I.G.T., Tacco Baracco
2015, puglia, italy
More is more in this chewy red, a cousin of America’s Zinfandel, with concentrated cherry and plum flavors, a solid sprinkle of spice and a mouth coating texture, for meats and the richest poultry or vegetable dishes.
2016, mendoza, argentina
Dynamic and velvety with rich flavors of berries, herbs, leather and spice defined by pleasingly firm tannin, for the richest cocktail and complement to red meats, rich pasta, poulty and vegetable dishes.
Malbec “Le Croizillon” Chateau Les Croisille
2016, cahors, france
You’ve tasted Malbec from Argentina, now taste this grape from its traditional homeland in southern France! Hand-craft, organic farming yields deep and dark flavor, with aspects of berry, leather, cocoa, firm tannin and the regional dried herb accent. For carnivores!
Anne Pichon, Syrah Grenache “Sauvage”
2015, VEntoux, france
Lush aroma of ripe berries and brown spice, velvety texture and
pleasing tannin, the result of hand-craft tradition, small production
and organic winegrowing.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Requiem
2017, columbia valley, washington
Substantial and ripe, with complex flavors of blackberry, currant and tobacco leaf, outlined by firm tannin. For meat and the richest poultry, and rich vegetarian dishes incorporating cheese.