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Vintages Release July 23, 2021

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White Wine

Château Saint-Roch Vieilles Vignes Côtes du Roussillon Grenache Blanc Roussanne 2019, Côtes Du Roussillon, Midi A.P., France: From the Côtes Du Roussillon, Midi wine region, Saint-Roch 2019 is a great value, dry, full-bodied, old vines white wine blend of mostly Grenache Blanc with some Roussanne added to the mix. Fragrant on the nose with lemon and orange blossom, ripe pear and tropical fruit. Rich on the palate with ripe pear, melon, pineapple finishing on a mineral note and balanced with food-friendly acidity. Chill and enjoy with fresh steamed lobster with a light garlic butter sauce. Grenache Blanc Roussanne food pairings: roast turkey with all the trimmings, tender roast pork. Drink: 2021 - 2022 175232 13% XD 750 mL $17.95 Score: 91/100. July 2021. Best Value White Wine Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

Red Wine

Vanderpump Cabernet Sauvignon 2017, Sonoma County, California, United States: Vanderpump 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon is produced by restaurateur, Lisa Vanderpump and her team with grapes sourced from Alexander and Sonoma Valleys. This is a smooth and silky Cab with blueberry, dark plum, ripe red berry, menthol and anise spice flavours on the palate. The wine matured 18 months in French oak barrels. Drink or hold. Cabernet Sauvignon food pairings: roast beef, bison burgers, hard cheeses. Drink: 2021 - 2024 20176 14.2% XD 750 mL $49.95 Score: 91/100. July 2021. Full Review Add to Shopping Cart

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