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Antonio Vallana Spanna Colline Novaresi 2011
Piedmont, Italy
Renowned for intense, characterful, long lived wines from the Alto Piemonte, Vallana’s Spanna is vinified in cement and aged six months in large oak casks. A beautiful wine!
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Ca Del Fongo Valpolicella Classico Superiore Ripasso 2009
Veneto, Italy
Elegant bouquet of black plums, dried cherries, blond tobacco and aniseed.
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Cavallotto Dolcetto d'Alba "Vigna Scot" 2012
Piedmont, Italy
Cavallotto’s single vineyard Dolcetto Vigna Scot hails from 30-year-old vines from the same hill that their great Bricco Boschis Barolo is grown.
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Chateau Bernadotte Haut-Medoc 2005
Bordeaux, France
Chateau Bernadotte is truly one of the great values in top-caliber cru bourgeois Bordeaux. The chateau is owned and run by the super-second growth Pichon-Lalande, which made investments to bring Bernadotte up to suberb standards
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Chateau de Fieuzal Bordeaux Wine Dinner
Bordeaux Wine Dinner at Castagna Restaurant - Weds. Feb. 4

Chateau St. Didier-Parnac Cahors 2012
Cahors, France
a blend of Malbec (80%), Merlot (15%) and Tannat – is a delicious and unusually approachable Cahors of exceptional depth and character.
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Cune (CVNE) Vina Real Rioja Plata Crianza 2010
Rioja, Spain
The Wine Advocate – 91 points. A brilliant, classic Rioja blend of Tempranillo (90%) and a melange of Mazuelo, Graciano and Garnacha Tinto.
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Daniel Vergnes Les Pentes De Barene 2012
Southwest, France
Baroque (45%), Gros Manseng (30%) and Petit Manseng (10%) with the noble Sauvignon Blanc (15%). Opening with a limpid golden color, the Pentes de Barene casts aromas of grapefruit, passion fruit, wildflowers and smoky minerals.
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Domaine Alain Dumarcher Vent du Sud Cotes du Vivrais 2013
Rhone Valley, France
Rhone Valley fans, this must-try selection simultaneously satisfies both the need for a meaty Crozes-Hermitage and a chewy, rustic Gigondas. Pair with game, duck ratatouille and all things lamb.
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Domaine de Chene-Colombe Macon Villages 2012
Burgundy, France
Chene-Colombe’s Macon-Villages presents a mineral-driven bouquet of lemon curd, tart apple and sappy hazelnuts. Fresh and bristling with zippy acidity.
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Domaine Weinbach Tasting Tues. Feb.10 6:30 p.m.
Domaine Weinbach Tasting Tues., Feb. 10 6:30 p.m.

Edmond Burle Vacqueyras 2011
Rhône Valley, France
Burle’s lusty Southern Rhone reds offer so much character and authenticity for their amazingly modest tariffs. Burle’s 2011 Vacqueyras shows notes of licorice, kirsch, coffee beans, pepper, and dried herbs.
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Henri Schoenheitz Pinot Blanc "Val Saint Gregoire" 2012
Alsace, France
Schoenheitz’s Pinot Blanc shines with a pale gold hue in the glass followed by delicate aromas of white peaches, tangerines, white meadow flowers and soft minerals.
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Ken Wright Cellars Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2013
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Since his debut Pinot Noir in the 1986 vintage, Ken has fashioned some of Oregon’s most immediately appealing and sought-after Pinots.
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Mannucci Droandi Chianti Colli Arentini 2012
Tuscany, Italy
The Mannucci Droandi estate is renowned for its cultivation of nearly extinct, Tuscan varietals. Sangiovese (90%), Canaiolo (5%) and a blend of ancient Tuscan varietals.
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