Red Blend

2010 Höpler ‘Pannonica Red’, Austria

2010 Höpler ‘Pannonica Red’, Austria
$11.99

The Pannonica takes its name from the Roman province of Pannonia that once occupied this area along with Hungary and the regions just south.  The Roman influence is still clear to see in most places of Austria’s growing regions as they left their terraced vineyards for all to see.  Today, the winemakers of Austria have refined and developed their skill and can compete with the finest wines in the world.  The red wines of Austria are often overlooked, but don’t miss this delicious blend of Zw

2012 Mas de Carlot, Costières de Nîmes

2012 Mas de Carlot, Costières de Nîmes
$10.99

Nathalie Blanc-Marès and her husband Cyril are the team responsible for farming and managing this 75-hectare estate just southeast of the town of Nîmes.  The vineyards were planted in the 50’s and 60’s and happen to be located on the Cailloux soils that are very similar to the round, rocky soils of Chateauneuf du Pape.  The blend for the Cuvée Tradition is 60% Syrah and 40% Grenache which then matures in steel tanks before bottling.  This wine demonstrates great ripeness

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