What I'm Drinking Now

Join me on my journey exploring the wonderful wines from the 27 dynamic families producing wines from 37 wineries around the world. Check back here for my wine tasting notes. Better yet, join our wine club where we’ve curated many of my favorite wines.

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Everyday Values Case

Regular Price $200 | Wine Club Price $130 (35% discount)

  1. Luca Bosio Vineyards PROSECCO Rosé - Extra Dry "di nonna Angela": Starts with a lovely and enticing pastel pink color, this wine bursts with strawberry flavors and flows into a soft, easy finish. A great sparkling wine value!
  2. Pazo Cilleiro Albariño, Rías Baixas 2021: Alluring stone fruits and tart citrus with a crisp yet easy touch on the palate; a good change-up from the usual Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc choice.
  3. George Duboeuf Chardonnay, Pays d'Oc 2021: Offers excellent satisfaction on the palate; zesty and bright apple flavors; a perfect wine for a family gathering.
  4. Luca Bosio Vineyards Barbera d'Asti 2020: An outstanding choice for a BBQ; bright red fruit flavors and its crisp finish will make it a hit with your foodie friends.
  5. Bodegas Bianchi Famiglia Bianchi Malbec, Mendoza 2021: Shows outstanding black fruit flavors, making this a perfect grilled tri-tip wine. Invite your pals to a backyard gathering and enjoy.
  6. Famille Bouey Rouge Oh La Vache!, Atlantique 2020: A soft and smooth blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon; black fruit, some chalk, and dried spices; great for a pizza party.
  7. Geyser Peak Winery Red Blend, California 2019: Powerful presence on the palate; black fruits and licorice; and excellent California red wine blend.
  8. Three Rings Shiraz, Barossa Valley 2019: A fine Down-Under effort; compelling black fruit, some red too; firm palate; bring out the Weber and let the barbeque happen.
  9. Ironstone Vineyards Old Vine Zinfandel, Lodi 2019: Bright with a one-two punch of berries and wood; nicely built on the palate with the strength to handle a spicy sausage and chicken paella.
  10. Viña Eguía Reserva, Rioja 2016: Black fruits, dust, earth; rich and firm on the palate; perfect with roast chicken; a great value from Rioja!
  11. Luca Bosio Vineyards Gavi 2021: Complex earthy notes, spicy, chalky, dried apples; great for those tired of the usual white wine choices; one of Italy's excellent alternative wines.
  12. Casa Relvas SUL Red, Alentejano 2020: Rustic earth, savory spices, mineral, and black fruits perfect with mixed grilled meats and plenty of guests. An introduction to Portuguese wines.
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Luxe Collection 6-Pack

Regular Price $500 | Wine Club Price $325 (35% discount)

  1. Atlas Peak Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Atlas Peak 2018: Generous, full-flavored, and black-fruited, would be an excellent choice for a family barbecue.
  2. Champagne Palmer & Co Champagne Blanc de Blancs: Elegant, stylish, and classic; aromas of tart apple, mineral notes, and fresh-baked biscuits; bring it to a party and serve it with a raw, seafood platter.
  3. Bodegas Bianchi Enzo Bianchi Gran Corte Red Blend, San Rafael, Argentina 2018: Outstanding elegance from this red wine blend, shows bright boysenberries, a hint of flowers, and a touch of dried leaves; a delicious choice with grilled, rosemary and garlic-infused lamb chops. Serve it with friends while watching a soccer match.
  4. Georges Duboeuf Flower Label Pouilly-Fuissé 2019: Aromatic dried spices; well-textured palate, and loads of delicious tart apple flavors. An outstanding choice for a beachfront or park gathering.
  5. Cortonesi Paggiarelli Brunello di Montalcino 2016: Ripe, firm, substantive; loaded with aromatic spices, earth, and ripe fruit. Serve it at an afternoon gather of family, friends, and a platter of cheeses and sausages.
  6. André Brunel Châteauneuf-du-Pape Les Cailloux Cuvée Centenaire 2016: Rustic, savory, and weighty; black fruits and earth. Make a pot of stew and invite the neighbors.

Wilfred Wong