• Grgich Hills Zinfandel 2005
    Sold Out $52.99
    2010 vintage available for $32.99
    This is an EXCELLENT wine!
  • Francis Ford Coppola Diamond Collection Claret 2006
    Sold Out $16.99
    2012 vintage available for $15.99
    one of my everyday favorites
  • Terra d'Oro Zinfandel 2004
    Sold Out $16.99
    2012 vintage available for $13.99
    I may have already purchaed this one - I need to double-check
  • Nino Franco Rustico Prosecco
    $17.99
    • bubbly, sparkling & champagne
    • RP90
    • W&S90
    BLOG Review: Last night I had the pleasure of tasting the Nino Franco Rustico Prosecco. Again. I previously opened it on Sunday evening for a few reasons. First, to entice my husband to do a few more “honey-dos” around the house after a very hectic weekend, and second, I was looking for a bubbly buzz. It was successful on both parts! Last night, I opened the remaining half bottle, which had been saved with my favorite Champagne stopper, while doing some computer work. This time, I was less concerned about my bubbly buzz and in-between typing really got to taste the wine. Originating in the Veneto region of Italy, Prosecco is named for the grape from which it is produced, the wine it creates, and the DOC in Italy from which it hails. Prosecco is a delightful wine, typically made in the tank method, which is different from the method used for wines from Champagne, or the traditional method, as it's called. It shows lots of upfront fruit and usually lacks the typical characteristics common to Champagne and wines made in that style. The Nino Franco, however, is different… I still get the fruit aspect, but also with a lovely crisp, citrus background, with good bubble persistence and a nice, lingering finish. This is a delicious sparkling wine – it is Prosecco, but with an “I can be like Champagne, too” attitude. Good stuff. Enjoy.
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