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The Sec Wines Newsletter features wines that we're really excited to offer you.  These are wines worthy of a special feature due to their high quality to value ratio and just plain deliciousness.  Enjoy!

2015 Vincent, Chardonnay, "Tardive", Willamette Valley, OR $25.89
The best Willamette Valley Chardonnays, from a small group of highly dedicated winemakers, keep blurring the line between White Burgundy and new world Chardonnay. Owner/winemaker Vincent Fritzsche of Vincent Wine Company has placed himself squarely in the elite group of top new world Chardonnay producers. His “Tardive” Chardonnay is a blend of one barrel (older neutral) each of 30+ year old 108 Wente clone and Dijon clone Chardonnay. According to Vincent: “The result is the best Chardonnay I’ve made to date…” This crazy-good Chardonnay is intensely aromatic and offers great complexity. The dynamic palate is medium-bodied, very well-balanced (13.5%) and possesses great mid-palate density. Delicious fruit and a strong mineral core are supported by bright acidity, giving the “Tardive” the structure to age gracefully for another five to seven years. However, this wine is so delicious and compelling now, it will be hard to hold off. Limited.

Special Price: $25.89 per bottle


2015 Cameron, Dundee Hills Pinot Noir, OR $23.89
The 2015 Cameron Dundee Hills Pinot Noir is comprised of 100% Abbey Ridge and Clos Electrique fruit that didn’t quite make the $60 a bottle single vineyard cut. This bottling shows the classic violet and game notes of Abbey Ridge along with the usual earthy aromas of Clos Electrique. The medium-bodied palate is beautifully balanced and elegant with ultra-pure fruit, a touch of earth, and a pretty floral note.  For any of you Burgundy fans, this is very Chambolle-like! Very limited - First come, first served.

Special Price: $23.89 per bottle


2015 Corte Sant’Alda, Valpolicella, Ca’ Fiui, Veneto $19.89
Corte Sant' Alda has become one of the elite producers of Valpolicella. It is owned by Marinella Camerani, a force of nature, and is named after her daughter, Alda. Marinella has certified organic and biodynamic hillside vineyards located in the foothills of the Lessini Mountains, northeast of Verona. The Ca’ Fiui Valpolicella, comprised of the classic blend of Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara, is utterly vibrant Valpolicella. Marinella succeeds in issuing wines of uncommon finesse and elegance for Valpolicella while retaining all of the aromatic and palate complexity for which the region is famous. Aromas of baking spices, incense and blue and red fruits waft up enticingly from the glass. As eluded to, the palate is very well-balanced and vibrant with pretty floral and spice notes framing restrained fruit. Enjoy this very food-friendly red now and over the next five years.

Special Price: $19.89 per bottle


2015 Dom. des Fines Caillottes (Jean Pabiot), Pouilly-Fumé, Loire  $18.89
From the rich, intense 2015 vintage, Domaine de Fines Caillottes's Pouilly Fumé  offers everything one wants from Loire Valley Sauvignon Blanc.  With a brilliant light yellow hue, the Fines Caillottes offers an expressive nose of grapefruit, green apple, pear and floral notes.  The palate is full of life, suave, rich and fresh with an intense mineral core and a kiss of lime on the finish.  This is a very terroir-driven Pouilly-Fumé with gorgeous fruit to enjoy now and over the next two years.

Special Price: $18.89 per bottle


2013 Jean Deydier - Les Clefs d’Or, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Rhone Valley $34.89
We get to taste an awful lot of Chateauneuf-du-Pape, and most either blend into the pack, or cost an arm and a leg if they rise above the pack. Jean Deydier’s Les Clefs d’Or, however, is an exceptional Chateauneuf-du-Pape and a great value versus its peers. The 2013 is blend of Grenache, Mourvedre and Syrah and the muscular Mourvedre really stands out. Smokey - almost campfire aromas lead to the classically earthy palate backed up by dark plum and raspberry fruit. Enjoy now and watch it develop over the next seven years as it gains in complexity. “Brilliant ruby-red. Mineral-tinged cherry and raspberry preserve aromas show very good clarity and gain complexity from suggestions of licorice, garrigue and allspice. Silky and seamless in texture, offering appealingly sweet red berry liqueur and floral pastille flavors and a spicy hint of white pepper. The floral nuance carries strongly into an impressively persistent finish framed by smooth, well-integrated tannins.” - 92 Josh Raynolds, Vinous

Special Price: $34.89 per bottle


2015 Burgans, Rias Baixas Albariño, Galicia, Spain $13.89
Don’t you think summer sun begs for a delicious, chilled white wine packed with flavor and zippy acidity? We’ve got just the answer: Burgans Albariño. This Spanish beauty offers intoxicating aromatics of apricots, peaches and tropical fruits. The plate offers fruit-forward notes balanced with a clean acidity and minerality at the finish. It’s simply delicious. This value-play Albariño sees no wood, only stainless to preserve its natural lift and minerality. The obvious food pairing would be seafood or shellfish, but this little dandy would go well with chicken and veggies off the grill. Drink up! - Allison’s Pick

Special Price: $13.89 per bottle


2012 Peterson, Zinfandel, “Tradizionale” Dry Creek, CA $26.89
If you’re old enough to remember drinking Zins from the 1980s and ‘90s, you probably lament the fact that it’s become increasingly hard to find well-balanced Zins made in the “old-school” fashion. The Peterson “Tradizionale” offers aromas and flavors of dusty raspberry and blackberry fruit supported by enough acidity and soft tanning to give the wine uncommon lift and brightness for modern Zinfandel. Enjoy this throw-back Zin with BBQ ribs, burgers and the like.

Special Price: $26.89 per bottle


2013 Azelia, Dolcetto d'Alba, Bricco dell'Oriolo, Piedmont, Italy $14.89
From the beautiful Bricco dell'Oriolo vineyard in one of Piedmont's best Dolcetto sub-zones, winemaker Luigi Scavino gives us this eminently drinkable Dolcetto.  Pretty aromas of black cherry, earth and a touch of underbrush lead to the generous palate with succulent Dolcetto fruit, a streak of mineral and a lovely slightly bitter tang on the finish that leaves you wanting more.  Drink this food-friendly wine with everything from pizza to pasta to sausages.

Special Price: $14.89 per bottle



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