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Domaine du Salvard Cheverny Rosé 2015
This mouthwatering blend of 65% Pinot Noir and 35% Gamay from the chalk and sand-based soils of Domaine du Salvard is a ludicrous value. Ripe berries and racy acidity combine for a perfectly balanced palate. This is the perfect way to prepare for the new season of rosés that will hit the shelves in a month or so!
Famille Peillot Bugey Montagnieu Brut NV
This traditional-method sparkler from the oft-overlooked region of Bugeyshows why the wines of Bugeyshould be taken seriously by any lover of sparkling wine. With a rich, highly aromatic nose and a full, lees-influenced palate, I would put this wine in a blind taste against any non-vintage Champagne twice its price.
Occhipinti SP68 Bianco 2015
Made with 60% Moscato di Alessandria and 40% Albanello, this earthy, intriguing white offers penetrating aromas of pressed wild flower, vineyard dust, orchard fruit and dried aromatic herb. The pervasive floral scent follows through to the mineral-driven palate along with dried peach, candied nectarine zest and chopped sage. Quality has improved immensely since the producer transferred to her spacious new cellars.
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