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Five Must-Have Wines for Under $25

Must have wines for the summerSearching for exciting, quality wines that are also affordable? We're your source to the most sought-after, rare wines on the planet, and we're also equally passionate about discovering inexpensive gems that still taste like the world's greatest wines. Below, we’re sharing five wines that you need to add to your wine list, and the best part is that they’re all under $25! These wines are ready to ship today.

2019 Wairau River Wines Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) – summer is the perfect season to enjoy a nice, chilled Sauvignon Blanc, and this under $15 one is so appealing and satisfying! Our expert team searches high and low to locate great quality wines at every price level, and this Sauvignon Blanc is an example of the amazing, everyday values that we offer. Pair this 91 pointer with chicken or your favorite seafood dish and enjoy on a warm summer evening.

2017 Oberon Wines Cabernet Sauvignon (California) – Napa Cabernet lovers, you don’t want to miss one! This terrific, 92 pointer comes from the Michael Mondavi family, known for their premium wines. At only $19.95, this wine is a screaming deal when it comes to Napa Cabernet! We quickly sold out of our first allocation and just received another small allocation. If you missed out on it the first time, or are just learning about this wine for the first time, act quickly – it will sell out again soon! This Cabernet will take your favorite burger or steak to the next level. It’s drinking well now and should cruise until 2027.

2019 Miraval Rose (Pitt – Jolie – Perrin) (Provence) - Miraval Rosé has been one of the most popular Rosés for the past few summers. It’s always a highly anticipated arrival and is a huge customer favorite. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie teamed up with the famous winemaking Perrin family of Chateau Beaucastel, and together created an amazing, sought-after Rosé from one of the most prestigious estates in Provence. It’s a pure expression of Provencal Rosé that is priced at just $21.99. It offers up notes of strawberries, white fruit and white flowers on the fresh nose with a lightly textured and silky, medium-bodied profile. It’s perfect for summer, with a crisp and lingering finish that pairs perfectly with fish, pasta and grilled meat.

2015 Teyssier (Bordeaux) – “I love this low-priced Saint Emilion!” – Dave Sokolin. This 92 point, $22.95 wine comes from a famous winemaker, Jonathan Maltus, who created the 100 point 2010 Le Dome. 2015 Teyssier is a very special wine because it gives you a great introduction into the style of a very high end, talented winemaker at a super low price. Maltus is an Englishman who moved to Bordeaux in 1992 and then two years later, bought his first vineyard, Chateau Teyssier. His wines have received international praise, and he was considered to be part of a group of winemakers described as “garagiste” winemakers. Garagistes handcrafted wines that were very small in production - in fact, so small that they could be made in a garage. The 2015 Bordeaux vintage overall is very good to outstanding, and this $22.95 wine offers tremendous quality for the money.

2018 Domaine de Roally Vire Clesse (Burgundy) – this 100% Chardonnay will make your summer more fun! It’s actually the best inexpensive white Burgundy we’ve tasted. Priced at only $23.99, yet it tastes like it costs 2-3x the price. We’ve sold through countless cases of this low-priced gem, and so many of our customers love this refreshing wine. It continues to be one of our go-to white Burgundy values every spring and summer and over-delivers for the price. Plus, it drinks great young – just pop, pour and enjoy!

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(Submitted Aug 20, 2020)

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Dave Sokolin’s Five Go-to Reds for Summer BBQs

Summer BBQ Red WinesSummertime = the season for outside barbeques! We’re featuring five of Dave Sokolin’s favorite red wines that he’s barbequing with this summer. "When I barbeque, I look for something bold that can handle big fire and sauces from being on the grill. I also look for wines with style and subtleties that can shine through.” – Dave Sokolin

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2015 Xavier Chateaunuef du Pape Cuvee Anonyme (Rhone) – 2015 is considered a top vintage for Chateauneuf du Pape. Robert Parker Wine Advocate praised this vintage, stating, "As to the 2015s, this is a truly sensational vintage that should not be missed by any Rhone lover out there." This Chateauneuf is a massive 96 pointer that’s perfect chilled or room temperature for outdoor grilling. At only $47.95, it’s been called “a serious winner in the vintage” by wine critic Jeb Dunnuck.

2013 Fuligni Brunello di Montalcino (Tuscany) – Brunello di Montalcino is one of Italy’s most well-known red wines and is also one of the best values you can find in the world of wine. If you’re looking for a wine that will over-deliver for the price, Brunello is your answer! 2013 was an A+ vintage for the region, so this is a wine you want to pay attention to. Fuligni is consistently amongst the top Brunello producers, and the ‘13 vintage is a mega scoring Brunello (97 VM) priced at only $64.95. This wine will leave you smiling and wanting to order more!

2017 Dominus Napanook Vineyard (California) – this is the second wine of the legendary Napa Valley icon, Dominus, and it’s incredible in this vintage. When you drink this wine, you get to experience the amazing pedigree of Dominus at 65% less. Priced at only $69.99, this 95 pointer is drinking well now and will take your barbeque to the next level.

2016 Ornellaia Le Serre Nuove (Tuscany) – you’ll fall head over heels for this under $50 Tuscan gem! This gorgeous wine is the second wine of the famous producer, Ornellaia, and it will give you a small glimpse into what the high end wine tastes like – all at a fraction of the price. The added bonus is that 2016 is a phenomenal vintage for Tuscany and could be its best vintage of all time. This wine will exceed your expectations for the price!

2010 Lascombes (Bordeaux) – Lascombes is a famed Margaux estate that has been revitalized and is now better than most vintages of Chateau Margaux from the '70s - '80s. This ten-year-old, back-vintage legend is just below first growth quality at a freakishly low price of only $115 bottle. 2010 Lascombes is a decade-old, pristine 96 RP Margaux from an A+ vintage. It’s actually one of the best Bordeaux deals available on the market right now. If you’re a Bordeaux lover, this wine comes highly recommended.

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(Submitted Aug 17, 2020)

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Dave Sokolin’s Five Favorite Chablis for Summer

Summer ChablisSummer is in full swing, and it’s the time to enjoy a great bottle of Chablis! Chablis has become one of the most under-priced meet over-delivering white wine regions in the planet. Today’s Chablis rival the best Puligny Montrachet in complexity, flavor and length, at a fraction of the price. It’s why the Chablis craze continues. In the past ten years, Chablis has become the staple white wine in so many collections – probably because of the qualitative revolution that occurred without the usual price hikes.

We’re featuring five Chablis that Dave Sokolin has been drinking and loving this summer. Some are inexpensive, but are really great. Starting at $39.95 - $89.95, these are all special in their own way and captured Dave Sokolin’s attention and affection the moment he popped them.  

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2017 Long-Depaquit Chablis Vaillons – this Premier Cru is from the brilliant 2017 vintage that’s the best since 1989. It’s A+ in quality that drinks like A+ now. There are some great vintages that take time and age, but rarely does one drink great upon release and go on for perhaps decades. This wine happens to be one of the best deals in our Chablis inventory at only $39.99. If you’re looking for a great quality Chablis at an affordable price, check out this vibrant wine. It’s drinking great now – 2024.

2018 Pinson Freres Chablis Mont de Milieu – this family’s roots in Chablis date back to 1640.  Priced at only $39.95, this affordable gem is one to add to your summer wine line-up. Described as “impressive” and ‘inviting” by Vinous Media, you’ll be happy you opened this beauty! 94 points.

2017 Bernard Defaix Chablis Grand Cru Bougros – Bernard Defaix is a fourth generation family run domain whose wines are very highly regarded. This $62.99 Grand Cru is perfect for shellfish, ceviche and even striped bass. It received a 95 point score, is drinking well now and should continue to cruise until 2030.

2018 Jean-Claude Bessin Chablis ValmurJean Claude, originally trained as an architect, decided to take over his father-in-law’s vineyards. He’s an up-and-coming Chablis producer whose wines are amazing, and this 95 point Grand Cru proves it. “This is a brilliant bottle of young Valmur!”  – John Gilman

2017 William Fevre Chablis BougrosWilliam Fevre is one of the masters of Chablis and is known for producing some of the best values in Chablis. He’s one of the only producers who charges significantly less than he could. Some of the values of his grand crus are wild, and many are priced like some producers’ entry-level wines. But make no mistake – his wines are at the top of the quality hierarchy. This 95 point Grand Cru will leave you smiling and wanting to order more!

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(Submitted Aug 10, 2020)

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It’s Chablis Season!

Spring is right around the corner, and that means more hours of daylight and warmer temperatures. It’s also the time of year when we wine lovers move to more seasonally appropriate wines, and Chablis is one of our favorite wines to pour and enjoy when it’s warm outside.

Chablis is located in northern Burgundy, and the cool climate produces wines that are sometimes described as “steely” or “flinty.” Most Chablis is vinified in stainless steel tanks, and it’s the crispest white Burgundy of them all. Chablis is 100% Chardonnay and is known for having less fruit flavors than Chardonnay grown in warmer climates like California. Some describe California Chardonnay as having the potential to be over-concentrated and over-oaked. However, this is not what you get with Chablis. If you’ve ever enjoyed a Chablis, you know that wines from Chablis have a very distinct style marked by minerality, raciness and steeliness.

Chablis has become one of the most under-priced meet over-delivering white wine regions in the planet. Today’s Chablis rival the best Puligny Montrachet in complexity, flavor and length, at a fraction of the price. It’s why the Chablis craze continues. In the past ten years, Chablis has become the staple white wine in so many collections – probably because of the qualitative revolution that occurred without the usual price hikes.

Our Chablis inventory has never been better and includes wines from the legends like Dauvissat, Fevre and Raveneau, as well as new-comers like Piuze and Droin that offer great value. Here are a few Chablis highlights you don’t want to miss. All are from the brilliant 2017 vintage that’s the best since 1989. It’s A+ in quality that drinks like A+ now. There are some great vintages that take time and age, but rarely does one drink great upon release and go on for perhaps decades.

2017 Patrick Piuze Chablis Vaillons Les Minots – 93 JG - $54.95 / btl Patrick Piuze is a rising star in Chablis and part of the new guard. Even if you haven’t heard of him, his wines are shockingly great. The premier crus are gorgeous and way under-priced (for now). His wines are very small production, so grab them while you can. This delicious, 93 point premier cru is an incredible deal at only $54.95. You’ll be happy you opened this beauty!

2017 William Fevre Chablis Bougros Cote Bouguerots – 96 VM - $119 / btl William Fevre is one of the masters of Chablis and is known for producing some of the best values in Chablis. He’s one of the only producers who charges significantly less than he could. Some of the values of his grand crus are wild, and many are priced like some producers’ entry-level wines. But make no mistake – his wines are at the top of the quality hierarchy. This 96 point grand cru is an amazing bottle of Chablis from one of the best vintages in Burgundy that will leave you smiling and wanting to order more!

2017 Jean Paul Droin Chablis Fourchaume – 93 VM - $46.99 / btl This family has been producing wines in Chablis for almost 400 years, with their roots traced back to the 17th century. Droin is one of the leading Chablis producers whose quality has risen to the top over the last few years. Droin’s wines deliver well beyond its price points, and if you’re looking for a great quality Chablis at an affordable price, check out this vibrant wine. It’s drinking well now and should continue to cruise until 2032.

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(Submitted Mar 10, 2020)

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Best US Wine Shop of the World for 2020 by BWW

Sokolin Voted Best US Wine Shop in the World 2020Currently celebrating our 86th year as a premier wine retailer, Sokolin was founded in 1934 and received one of the very first liquor licenses issued by New York State after Prohibition was repealed. What began as a family business continues to be family-owned and operated; a company that is very much built on integrity, high quality and excellent service. Each and every client is treated to an exceptional level of service. Behind our fierce commitment to selection and customer service is our team of dedicated and knowledgeable wine professionals who are passionate about what they do. We know wine inside and out, and we are able to marry the needs of our clients with the fine wines in our collection. Our expert guidance has certainly made a name for Sokolin among wine collectors and enthusiasts alike, and we are proud of the reputation it has earned us.

And so, we are beyond thrilled to have been awarded the title of Best US Wine Shop of the World for 2020 by BWW. The Best Wine Shop of the World competition is part of the Best Wine of the World Competition (“BWW”). 214,198 votes from wine professionals and wine lovers from 71 countries were cast during the voting period. BWW is the largest wine competition in the world and is considered to be the toughest. We are very proud of this award!

The competition is held by Tastingbook.com, the world’s largest wine information service. Tastingroom.com is trusted by thousands of wine professionals and wineries from around the world and provides up-to-date information on wine. Its users include several well-known wine professionals, such as Antonio Galloni, James Suckling, Allen Meadows, Jeb Dunnuck, Neil Martin, Stephen Tanzer and more.

Thank you for continuing to choose Sokolin as your source to the world’s greatest wines and everyday, amazing values. We continue to look forward to putting our passion and expertise to work for you!

Cheers!
The Sokolin Team

(Submitted Feb 13, 2020)

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Give Dad Something He’s Sure to Love… the World’s Greatest Wines!

Father’s Day is right around the corner (Sunday, June 21st) and we know how hard it can be to select the perfect gift for Dad. This year forget the usual tools, neckties and sweaters and give Dad something he’s sure to love… the world’s greatest wines!

Here at Sokolin, we make it easy to find the wines that Dad is sure to love, because we only sell the best and we truly have something for everyone. Not sure where to start? Head over to our “Summer Samplers” page where you’ll find expert selections that are sure to please even the most discerning Dad. If you’re looking to make this Father’s Day absolutely perfect make sure you check out our huge selection of 100-point wines! We can handle whatever your Dad's personal wine preference may be ranging from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Tuscany, Calfornia, Cabernet Sauvignon and more than we can list. And, if you find yourself in need of a little help, our expert team of personal wine consultants is standing by to help select the perfect gift for Dad.

Visit our Shop Wine section to see our vast inventory of premier wine or call 800.946.3947 to speak with a personal wine consultant today.

Check Out Some of these Top Categories to Help Jump Start your search for the Perfect Father's Day Gift

Happy Father's Day!

(Submitted Feb 11, 2020)

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All Eyes are on 2008 Champagne

Pop, fizz, clink! 2008 may not have been a great year for the financial sector, but when it comes to Champagne, 2008 was firing on all cylinders! All eyes are on 2008 Champagne as it has become the most sought-after vintage since the epic 1996 vintage, and the demand has been off the charts! The buzz in the industry about the this vintage is to buy as much as you can find. The overall popularity of top vintage Champagne is growing, and the 2008s are ones you don’t want to miss. We’ve seen ’08 releases from top Champagne houses like Billecart Salmon, Dom Perignon, Bollinger, Louis Roederer, Piper-Heidsieck (and more), and they are truly incredible! Packed with freshness and complexity, the ’08 Champagnes are approachable now, but are built to last. Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon, chef de cave of Louis Roederer (the producer of Cristal) said, “I think the 2008 is my best Cristal to date.”

Not only does our inventory include the absolute top 2008 Champagnes available on the market, but we also offer excellent Champagnes from this vintage that are lower priced from producers like Laurent Perrier, Henriot, Delamotte and Veuve Clicquot. Click here to view our full portfolio, which includes legends and values.

This vintage is one you don’t want to miss and is perfect for all of your upcoming celebrations and milestones!

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(Submitted Jan 13, 2020)

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Wines to Transition You from Summer to Fall

Summer is now behind us, and fall is in full swing, which means shorter days, cool temperatures, crisp breezes and falling leaves are the norm. It’s the season for football, pumpkin spice everything and the time of year when we wine lovers move to more seasonally appropriate wines. We’re sharing a few seasonal staples that we’ll be sipping on during the transition from warm weather to cool days.

Roussanne
Fall isn’t just for red wines. We love enjoying a full-boded white wine, such as Roussanne, as the temperatures cool. You’ll find this varietal most often in the Rhone region, but you can also find it in California. We recommend 2016 Alban Vineyards Roussanne from California, which has been called “one of the standout expressions of Roussanne in California…” (Jeb Dunnuck). This bottle will cost you less than $50 and leave you smiling on a cool autumn day. 93 points.

Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir may be the obvious choice this time of year and for good reason. It’s a very food-friendly varietal, so it pairs well with a lot of different dishes. Top Pinot Noirs aren’t just coming out of Burgundy – California and Oregon are producing excellent wines, and quality has never been better. 2015 Brewer-Clifton Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills is from an amazing producer, has a score of 94 points and is under $36. This is a solid choice that offers great quality for the money. If you’re looking to branch out into Oregon Pinot Noir, check out 2016 Ayres Pinot Noir Lewis Rodgers Lane Ribbon Ridge ($31.99 / btl). This wine is very limited, with only 251 cases produced, and you’ll be happy you opened this beauty.

Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon should definitely be on your fall wine list. For a more affordable choice, check out the 2015 Waterstone Cabernet Sauvignon, which could offer the best bang for the buck in Napa Valley Cabernet. It’s priced at only $33.95, but could easily be mistaken for a wine that costs 3-4x the price. This Napa Cabernet offers the taste of Cali-Cult wine without the Cali-Cult price. If you’re looking to splurge, 2013 Mondavi Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon to Kalon Vyd delivers the goods! The outstanding 2013 vintage is one of the best ever to come out of Napa Valley. This vintage also marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary Robert Mondavi’s “vision to create something special in the heart of Napa Valley” (Robert Parker).

Syrah
If you’re a value seeker, Cotes du Rhones are perfect to have on hand for fall. Pesquie Cotes de Ventoux Terrasses is one of our go-to values from the Rhone region, and the 2017 vintage is a winner. Priced at only $12.99, this is a wine to order by the case, which is a blend made of 60% Grenache and 40% Syrah. Jeb Dunnuck commented “I love this cuvee, which is year in, year out, one of the great value buys out there.” We couldn’t agree more. For a wine that’s 100% Syrah, 2015 Sleight of Hand Syrah Levitation is a sure-fire winner. Production is very limited, and this full-bodied red from Washington will pair perfectly with hearty fall foods.

Tempranillo
If you’re looking for a red wine to warm you up on a cool autumn day, 2015 Alegre Valganon Rioja Tinto is for you. It’s a blend of Tempranillo and Garnacha, and it’s a wine that’s built to last. Priced at only $18.95, this 93 pointer should be on your fall list. “It is an excellent wine from an exciting new winemaking couple in the firmament of old school Rioja…” (John Gilman).

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(Submitted Oct 17, 2019)

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One of the Best Values in Fine Wine

Brunello di Montalcino is one of Italy’s most well-known red wines and is also one of the best values you can find in the world of wine. If you’re looking for a wine that will over-deliver for the price, Brunello is your answer! It comes from central Italy in the vineyards surrounding the town of Montalcino. While wines have been produced in Italy for a few thousand years, Brunello is a relatively modern wine in comparison.

Brunellos are 100% Sangiovese and must be aged for five years prior to release. Full-bodied, Brunellos are long-lived, packed with red fruit and the right balance of acidity and smooth tannins.

All bottles we’re featuring below come from superstar winemakers, have high scores from great vintages and are priced under $50. It's hard to find this level of price to points ratio in any other region! These wines drink great today and will cruise for the next 10 years. Take advantage of the low prices now!

2012 La Rasina Brunello di Montalcino - $36.95 – JS

2012 Nardi Brunello di Montalcino - $39.99 – 93 JS

2012 Mocali Brunello di Montalcion Vigna Delle Raunate - $39.99 – 94 JS

2012 Abbadia Ardenga Brunello di Montalcino Vigna Piaggia - $39.99 – 95 WE

2013 Piancornello Brunello di Montalcino - $49.99 – 96 VM

 

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(Submitted Sep 26, 2019)

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5 Terrific Wines to Serve with Burgers

Fire up the grill! There’s just a couple weeks of summer left, so get outside and enjoy the last days for backyard cookouts and burgers. We're sharing five terrific wines to serve with your favorite burger just like the way you like it! Starting at only $27.95, these wines will provide a fantastic pairing experience whether you’re serving up a classic or are trying something new and different.

2015 Stonestreet Cabernet Sauvignon – this wine is a hidden Cali gem that we love! Grown in the Alexander Valley, the 2015 Stonestreet Cabernet Estate has a score of 92 points and is priced at only $27.95. It’s such a deal when it comes to California Cabernet. This estate was established in 1995 by Jess Stonestreet Jackson and Barbara Banke, and his son and daughter-in-law now run the estate.

2015 Waterstone Cabernet Sauvignon – this Napa juice offers some of the best bang for your buck when it comes to Napa Valley Cab! Over the past decade, Waterstone Winery has built a reputation for its top quality Napa Valley Cabernets. Part of what makes Waterstone so special is that its wines taste like Cali-Cult wines without the Cali-Cult prices, impressing wine aficionados as well as those just discovering the world of wine. Priced at only $33.95, this wine tastes like it costs 3-4x the price, and your friends will think that you paid way more for this bottle.

2012 Castiglion del Bosco Brunello di Montalcino – some of the best deals in fine wine can be found in Brunello di Montalcino! This 96 pointer for only $44.95 offers so much quality for the money, and the 2012 vintage is A+. This wine drinks great today and will continue to improve.

2016 Janasse Chateauneuf du Pape - you’ll fall head-over-heels for this 95 point Chateaunuef du Pape! Janasse is one of the best producers whose quality is consistently amazing, yet so few people have tried it. This wine is a must-try, especially for the low price of $49.95. 

2015 Beringer Cabernet Sauvignon Private Reserve – California continues to produce world-class Cabernets that compete with the greatest wines in the world, and Beringer is at the top of the quality hierarchy! You’ll be in total awe over this 99 pointer, and it will take your burger to the next level.

(Submitted Sep 3, 2019)

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