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Category Archives: Marc’s Cellar
Right now we are pleased to offer some great pricing on Nicolas Pinot Noir & Chardonnay. Both of these bottles originate in southern France. The Pinot Noir has a pleasing dark garnet color, and a spicy nose of roasted fruit … Continue reading
Voveti Prosecco – Inspired by the Latin verb to promise, or to vow, Voveti is a unique marriage between the viticulture of the northern Italy’s most acclaimed region – reaching westward to Veneto, and the superb wine-making of the eastern … Continue reading
There’s something new in the display: The Dark Horse family of wines: Big Red Blend, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Sauvignon Blanc. These wines from Dark Horse hit the sweet spot between value and taste, at only $7.99/bottle!
Loredan Gasparini, Venegazzu Della Casa IGT Colli Trevigiani This fine Italian wine from off the beaten track is from the Veneto region in northeastern Italy. However, in this case it is not a grape varietal that is of interest but … Continue reading
The Heavyweight 2011 Merlot has rich, rounded dark fruit flavors and aromas highlighted by a light touch of oak. The finish is pleasant and lingering, making this an ideal partner for your favorite meats and hearty sandwiches. The 2011 Merlot … Continue reading
The Ukiah 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon is made with gently de-stemmed whole berries that are allowed to cold soak. Fermentation occurs slowly with its own natural yeast creating complexity. The grape skins and resulting wine are warmed slowly prior to pressing, … Continue reading