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Almond, Bio Dynamic, Brilliant, Cortese, Deep straw color, DOCG Gavi, Gavi Aged Gavi, Natural, Oaked Cortese, Organic, Piedmonte Gavi DOCG, Rare, Tenuta san Pietro, white wine, Woman wine maker -

This is an Organic/Bio Dynamic, 9 year old Cortese from the village of Gavi in Piedmont Italy. At the bottom of this beautiful south western hillside, below the 16th century buildings is an ancient Almond tree. The staff at the farm believe the old vine roots of the Cortese grape vines which run deep, are touching the roots of the Almond tree. They call this wine IL Mandorlo.....The Almond! Bright yellow color with beautiful aromas of sweet almond and acacia flowers. Great structure, proper acidity and tantalizing texture on the palate. Long lasting finish. Limited supplies so don’t wait to...

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Gavi, Mappale, Perrini, Tenuta San Pietro -

It’s March and spring is finally in the air for much of the nation. Let’s ring in the season with 3 refreshing wines that will rouse you from winter slumber and reflect all the beauty that’s blooming.               Teunta San Pietro - Gavi DOCG A soft and delicate biodynamic wine that's perfect as an aperitif or paired with sushi, shellfish, or light pasta.  Tenuta dalle Ore - Mappale 77 Bianco Oooo La La - This is a new treat in our 2013 portfolio. Filled with Tropical fruit notes, pineapple, lychee, and lemon, this wine is a blast of fresh! Drink it this...

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$30, biodynamic, Bordeaux, Casa Wallace, Deals, Gavi, Monferrato Rosso, Organic, Peybonhommes, Quintessence, spring, summer, Tenuta San Pietro -

Here's a fascinating article from Bloomberg Markets Magazine. The article explores Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, the the world's most expensive wine maker and Biodynamic property. The Burgundy Chateau is world renowned for astounding wine prices, low yields, and other worldly quality. Bottles fetch north of $15,000 and some older vintages can call for $1,000-$2,000 an OUNCE.  All of the hysteria around Romanee-Conti stems from their quality; truthful expressions of terroir, obsessive grape selection, intentionally low yields, and stringent biodynamic farming principles simply make for the best wines.  While not all of them fetch $15,000 per bottle, one thing that Biodynamic vineyards have...

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