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Wine of the Week

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Wine Review of the Week

Each Monday we post a new review of a typically low-production wine in our Wine of the Week section and feature everything from prestigious Champagnes to value Chardonnays. Our special selections, which are often chosen from boutique wineries, are picked to match the season. Be sure to check back each week to learn about our latest featured wine.

April 21, 2013

Seghesio Family Vineyards 2011 Barbera comes from the Seghesio family’s original Home Ranch vineyard
Seghesio Family Vineyards 2011 Barbera
In recent decades, the Seghesio family has reduced production by buying less fruit in order to focus on its own estate vineyards. The 2011 Barbera is made from estate-grown fruit and features bright fruity and floral aromas on the nose.

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More Wine of the Week Reviews:

April 14, 2013
Elizabeth Chambers 2011 Winemaker's Cuvée Pinot Noir

April 7, 2013
Prunotto 2008 Barolo DOCG

March 31, 2013
Chamisal Vineyards 2013 Stainless Pinot Noir

March 24, 2013
Canoe Ridge 2010 Reserve Cherry Street Red Blend

March 10, 2013
Soléna 2011 Pinot Noir Domaine Danielle Laurent

March 3, 2013
Barnett Vineyards 2003 Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon

February 24, 2013
Bradford Mountain 2011 Dry Creek Zinfandel

February 17, 2013
2007 Vall Llach

February 10, 2013
Hand of God 2010 Old Vine Malbec

February 3, 2013
Badia a Coltibuono 2009 Sangioveto di Toscana

January 27, 2013
Chateau Margene 2010 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

January 20, 2014
Chacewater 2011 Sierra Foothills Merlot

January 13, 2014
La Rochelle 2012 Saralee's Vineyard Pinot Meunier

January 6, 2014
Prats & Symington 2011 Post Scriptum de Chryseia



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