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If you’re looking for a new white wine to enjoy for spring that offers both value and great quality, we have a terrific recommendation below.

Bruno Giacosa, one of Italy’s greatest winemakers and a well-known legend in Piedmont, passed away earlier this year. While he was known for crafting incredible Barbaresco and Barolo from Nebbiolo, he also bottled amazing examples of Arneis. “Best known for his reds, Giacosa’s Roero Arneis is yet another string to his bow.” – Decanter

Arneis is an Italian white grape, somewhat difficult to grow, that is both crisp and floral yet dry and full-bodied. It oft...

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The season to drink pink is right around the corner, and to meet its arrival, there’s a brand new Rosé that just hit the market, 2017 Diving Into Hampton Water Rosé. It’s from the legendary rock star Bon Jovi and is one of the most demanded Rosés available right now. In fact, the entire 2017 production already sold out on allocation! We were lucky enough to receive a small shipment, which we don’t expect to last long. It’s being chased by Rosé lovers and will likely be one of the most-Instagrammed wines this summer.

Bon Jovi teamed up with renowned French winemaker, Gerard Bertrand, and his son...

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Our expert team searches high and low to bring you the best wines at great prices. If you’re a Barolo lover, the 2013 Fenocchio Barolo Bussia is a wine you don’t want to miss! With a 97-point score from Wine Enthusiast for only $47.95, it far outperforms its price, and it’s a wine that’s built to last for the next three decades.

The Fenocchios have been producing wine for five generations in the heart of Bussia since 1864. They are known for creating high quality, traditional style Barolos. Fenocchio was recently rated #2 in a tasting of Barolos by The New York Times, and Wine Enthusiast said “...

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Back-vintage Bordeaux captures the very essence of what great wines should aspire to. These wines are alluring, sexy, mind-boggling and just downright delicious. From values to legends, we offer one of the largest Bordeaux portfolios on the market, and we’re passionate about locating high quality wines at every price level that we’re confident you’ll love. While Bordeaux is known for producing some of the world’s greatest wines fetching thousands of dollars per bottle, we’re here to let you know that you can still afford to drink incredible Bordeaux!

The 96-point 1996 Montrose is a perfect exam...

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2009 La Clarte de Haut BrionIn April of 2015, my colleague and I were busy in Bordeaux tasting the new 2014 vintage. Our week was for the most part like any other ordinary year of En Primeur tasting: travelling from chateau to chateau, sipping, spitting and taking notes. Overall, the wines had been fairly good, but not “vintage of the century” good, and we were in desperate need of a “wow” moment to liven up the trip a bit. Fortunately, that moment came mid-week when we were whisked away to a private dinner at Chateau Haut Brion. On the way to the Chateau, I couldn’t stop imagining what the dinner might be like and which...

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2014 Chanin Chardonnay Los Alamos VineyardTaking a look at Chanin Wine’s website, you’re likely to notice a few things. The first might be the red “SOLD OUT” under each of the chardonnays listed in their store. If you’re surprised, you’ll quickly understand when you look at the Press tab. Gavin Chanin, winemaker and namesake, has garnered accolades from a veritable who’s who of the wine industry press and beyond. Winner of Forbes’ “30 under 30” for the Food and Wine category, one of the “Best chardonnays in the world (outside of Burgundy)” for Decanter, Winemaker of the Year winner from Food and Wine magazine—and that’s just a small s...

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I keep sending cases of these white wines to my beach house. Everyone at my place is just loving the selections below! They’ve been the most popular for seafood dishes and grilling. I can’t say enough about these reasonably priced wines!

2015 Les Hauts De Smith Blanc: If you’re searching for something other than white Burgundy, here’s the perfect solution. At only $29.95, this Bordeaux Blanc (91-93 RP) even gets me excited! Smith Haut Lafitte has become one of the most iconic producers in all of Bordeaux. Widely known for their 100-point red wines, their white wines are just as good. We recentl...

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2012 WaterstoneIf you’ve been purchasing from Sokolin for a while, you’ve most likely heard of the boutique Napa Valley wine producer, Waterstone Winery. You’ve seen our email offers on their Cabernet Sauvignon and even probably ordered it for yourself or sent a bottle as a gift. We’ve been selling their Cabernet for over a decade, with 2001 being the first vintage we discovered and sold. When we were blind tasted on their Cabernet for the first time, we mistook it for a $100+ bottle when in reality, it was priced around $20! It’s that good! We’ve sold every vintage since, and it has consistently been one of...

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2015 Bailly-Reverdy Sancerre Chavignol Sancerre, the consummately food friendly white of the Loire Valley, is a wine that almost wasn’t. Originally dedicated to Pinot Noir, Sancerre would not be replanted with Sauvignon Blanc if not for the destruction of phylloxera, a root-attacking louse brought from the US that devastated vineyards through France in the 1800s. Seeing the promise of this grape in Sancerre’s chalky soils, producers quickly became converts.

Our featured producer, Domaine Bailly-Reverdy, owes much of its success to Sancerre’s affinity for food. In 1956, after the marriage of Bernard Bailly and Marie-Thérèse Reverdy a...

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2014 Domaine Leflaive Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru ClavoillonThe word “legend” is thrown around a lot in the wine business, and it can generally be quite subjective. Those who love Bordeaux may say that Chateau Petrus is legendary, while those who enjoy Tuscans may proclaim that Ornellaia is one of the most legendary wine producers of all time. While both the Bordeaux lover and the Tuscan lover are correct, they may disagree with one another’s opinion. There are however those producers that transcend subjective opinion and are generally regarded as “legendary” by wine lovers of all tastes. Domaine Leflaive is without a doubt one of those transcendent pr...

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