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Hodgepodge with Siri from PSP Imports

The lovely Siri is showing an eclectic line-up featuring mostly old world and one new world wine. Come get wine nerdy with us. We hope to see you there!

2013 Poiema Chardonnay ($23) - Santa Lucia Highlands, California
Vintner Travis Proctor makes a big ole chard with lots of butter, warmth, and green apple skin notes. James Caprell is the artist on the label. I should be clear – it’s a big Chard, but not over the top. It’s quite delish, in fact. Check out Caprell’s gorgeous paintings here.

2015 Camina Verdejo ($10) - Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
Bodegas Cristo de la Vega is in the heart of the D.O.P La Mancha, in the small village of Socuellamos, in the province of Ciudad Real. La Mancha is one of the largest wine regions in the world with around 450,000 hectares! This fragrant 100% Verdejo white is pale lemon-green with aromas of lemon, melon, and pear. Refreshing on the palate with zesty acidity and a honeysuckle finish.
 
2015 Camina Tempranillo ($10) - Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
This is a bright, lovely Tempranillo with lots of red cherry fruit. Notes of almond and hazelnut are well-integrated throughout. It finishes so fresh and so clean, clean – to quote OutKast.  

2013 Innocenti Rosso di Montalcino ($24) - Tuscany, Italy
The Innocenti winery is in Montalcino on a hill 350 meters above sea level with southern exposure. Brothers Gianni and Massimo Innocenti make beautiful Sangiovese wine on their 5 hectares of vineyards, which are also surrounded by 3.5 hectares of olive groves. This Sangiovese is a steal and not to miss!

2009 Federico Ferrero Barolo ($40) - Piedmont, Italy
The Ferrero family has owned their Piemontese land for over 160 years. This Nebbiolo isn’t just a great price, but it’s a wine that you’ll want to buy a whole case of. It’s so good! Lots of earthy undertones amidst it’s brick-red hue and floral, slightly smoky nose. 

Later Event: February 3
Ciders of Spain