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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!


2013 Cascina Roccalini, Barbaresco, Roccalini Cru, Piedmont - Intro SALE $39.99 net Reg. 44.99
“Two thousand thirteen is shaping up to be an epic vintage of classic proportions and superb pedigree.” - Antonio Galloni, Vinous Paolo Veglio is one of the most important young growers in all of the Langhe and certainly of Barbaresco. Roccalini was a founding vineyard for the Produttori del Barbaresco and even the famed Bruno Giacosa took an exclusive on its fruit for 12 years before Paolo Veglio pulled it back to launch his own domaine in 2004 after Giacosa indicated that he wanted to bottle it as a single vineyard Barbaresco. Roccalini, noted by the most famous Italian vineyard cartographer, Alessandro Masnaghetti, as being “… one of the most interesting (crus) in all of Barbaresco.” I have to admit, even with the extensive experience I have with Barbaresco, I was not familiar with either the winery or the Roccalini cru. Upon first whiff of the 2013 Cascina Roccalini, it is immediately apparent that this is a very traditionally-styled Barbaresco of impeccable pedigree. Tar, roses, earth, leather - the whole bit. Serious structure and beautiful balance will reward those who love classic old-school Barbaresco over then next 20+ years. Less than 100 cases make it to the U.S., so jump now if you love great Piemontese wine.

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2016 Twill Cellars, Rosé of Pinot Noir, Molly’s Vineyard, Willamette Valley, OR $19.89
Don’t feel like throwing down $40 a bottle for iconic Provencal Rosé? Well, here you go! We drink an awful lot of Rosé, but this is the first domestic Rosé made from Pinot Noir that we’ve ever featured. Why now? Because this is the most compelling, most refreshing, most delicious domestic Rosé we’ve ever tried. Penetrating savory Valencia orange and mineral notes meld beautifully with peach, apricot and dried cherry fruit dressed in shimmering acidity. The wine’s one flaw is that, once in a wineglass, it seems to empty way too quickly…

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2014 Twill Cellars, Syrah, Steelhead Run, Applegate Valley, OR $37.89
Simply put, in terms of complexity, balance and aging potential, this is the most compelling domestic Syrah I can remember tasting since the great Edmond St. John Durrell bottlings of the early to mid 1990s.  Damn!  Syrah loves granitic soils (think Northern Rhone) and the Steelhead Run vineyard is one of the few new world vineyards to have Syrah planted on granite which helps explain the kaleidoscopic complexity of this wine. The 2013 Twill Steelhead Run Syrah was a huge hit and sold out in a flash. This newly released 2014 is somehow even better. Weighing in at a cool 13.4% alcohol and smelling and tasting more like a great Hermitage than Southern Oregon, this is a one-of-a-kind domestic Syrah. Beautiful Syrah fruit reminiscent of boysenberry and blueberry is perfectly aligned with notes of bacon, cured olive, sage and a strong core of granitic minerality. Outstanding balance and suave tannins give this wine structure and promise a long, rewarding evolution. Already delicious, this wine will only gain in complexity over the next 10+ years.

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2014 Vins Auvigue, Macon-Solutré, Cuvée Naturelle $18.89
Here’s a thirst-quenching White Burgundy for hot summer nights. Plunge into this zippy Auvigue Macon-Solutré which showcases a bright, balanced acidity. Pale and pure in the glass, this Chardonnay offers freshness, delicacy, and a satisfying core of minerality. Plus, it packs a wallop in fruit concentration. This has a remarkably bright flavor profile and can easily be enjoyed on its own or it will pair beautifully with food. The Auvigue family’s Cuveé Naturelle follows organic winemaking practices and the soil is still worked by horses. Seriously! Vines are grown in clay limestone soil and the wine see just a touch of oak. A summer sipper to savor! - Allison’s Pick

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2015 Substance, Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon $14.89 net
From the mastermind of K Vintners and the range of high-scoring Substance wines, Charles Smith offers flat-out the most intense, most concentrated domestic Cabernet Sauvignon in the market for under $20. Like big, rich, velvety-textured reds? If so, here’s your ticket! "One of the best values I’ve tasted in a long time, the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon from the team at K Vintners was hand-harvested, natively fermented and aged all in French oak. Smoking good notes of cassis, black currants and hints of plum all emerge from this rich, beautifully textured, layered beauty that has solid tannic grip, a silky, elegant texture and a great finish. It has real elegance and finesse and is a dark fruited, unctuous beauty to drink over the coming 3-4 years.” - 92 Wine Advocate

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