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ARIZONA 10 TAZI WHITE
ARIZONA STRONGHOLD 2010 TAZI WHITE
Item: #203000
Bottle Size:750ml
$17.95
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Founder Maynard Keenan of Caduceus and the band Tool partnered with winemakers Erik Glomski and Tim White to put fine wines on the map using fruit from a vineyard planted in 1983 Read More...
in Southeastern Arizona.

A different yet delicious blend of Malvasia, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay, this is an extremely aromatic white. Luscious and sunny, evoking tropical fruit and cornucopia of citrus flavors, all beautifully displayed against a finely integrated structure. Very well-balanced, this has energy and lingers with a floral note on the finish. Reminds us of a summer rain in Arizona...starts off gentle and ends with a punch.
DARIO RACCARO 12 MALVASIA
DARIO RACCARO 2012 MALVASIA
Item: #301621
Bottle Size:750ml
$36.98
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"The 2012 Collio Malvasia is a pungent and fragrant white wine that shows soothing aromatic intensity and enough inherent sweetness to pair with spicy Asian dishes. Malvasia is one Read More...
of the most planted grapes in Italy and when done well, as in this case, you wonder why it is so often brushed off as a workhorse grape with little potential. Its taste profile is specifically well suited to match many of our favorite spicy ethnic foods. Drink: 2014-2015." Wine Advocate
LOS BERMEJOS 13 MALVASIA SECO
LOS BERMEJOS 2013 MALVASIA SECO, CANARY ISLANDS
Item: #380726
Bottle Size:750ML
$24.95
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The Canary Islands There is a Spanish region so far off the beaten path that it's a stretch to think of it as Spain at all but even if it lies off the coast of west Africa, the Canary Read More...
Island archipelago is part of the Spanish Republic. A trickle of these unusual wines is entering the market here and worth seeking out, no matter what the season. The Canary Islands' dramatic volcanic formations support flora and fauna that might rival the Galapagos in wonder and stark weirdness. And its viticulture, like the vineyards on the island Lanzarote, is some of the most visually stunning on Earth. Planted in deep black sand, the vines are protected from the wind by stone walls built between vine rows; in some cases, vignerons build a semicircular cairn for each vine, where natural forces create a virtual crater for each wind-bitten vine, a vinous moonscape unlike any other vine region in the world.And the wines? In such a warm climate, the whites, made from the heat-resistant Malvasia and the indigenous Diego, are deeply colored, mineral and exotic. Perhaps it's a stretch to think of these as spring wines, but they're simply too interesting not to mention.The Malvasia Seco from La Bermejos on the island of Lanzarote gives off a lovely citrus oil scent to complement rich fig and pear skin flavors.
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