ANTHONY NAPPA
WINES

PO Box 1279
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Anthony Nappa Wines

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2016 White Pinot Noir - (89 pts WE & WA)
This 100% Pinot Noir is a white wine made from red grapes. Challenging your perceptions, it displays a rich, full body in an unoaked style, showing white cherry and strawberry fruit aromas and flavors, leaving you with a long dry finish and a zing of acidity.

2015 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast Sweet scents of sun-kissed watermelon and raspberry perfume this irresistibly zingy rosé. The bright berry palate is deeply concentrated, but also shaded by tones of bramble and mineral that lend depth and substance. It's satisfyingly full in body with a thirst-quenching finish.
2014 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast This barely-blush Pinot Noir vinified like a white wine (with no skin contact) is rapidly becoming a new Long Island classic. It’s gorgeously aromatic, wafting of cherries and citrus blossom. The palate is brisk and zesty, yet mouth-filling, concentrated in crisp peach and red cherry flavors.
2013 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast
Exuberant on the nose, with aromas of fresh blossoms, luscious melon and peach, this wine is a welcome harbinger of long summer nights to come. It’s rich and ripe with red cherry and berry flavor, but refreshingly brisk. A chalky minerality lingers on the finish.
2012 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast
Quick to sell out, Anthony Nappa’s [White Pinot Noir] is the newest cult classic amongst Long Island wines. Dry and intensely minerally on the palate, it’s effortlessly easy drinking, yet surprisingly complex, with concentrated red plum and cherry flavors accented by hints of white florals and a slightly waxy tone.
2011 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast
Winemaker Anthony Nappa describes [this wine] as a Pinot Noir vinified like a white wine. Bone dry, with understated black-cherry flavor, it’s bracing with acidity and an intensely chalky, minerally palate. It’s refreshingly quaffable, yet lingers long, sip after sip.

2016 - $20 per bottle buy now

2016 Riesling – (90 pts WE)
This Riesling was handcrafted from small quantities of fruit sourced from Sheldrake Point Vineyards in the Finger Lakes region of New York. This bright wine has natural residual sugar occurring from arresting the fermentation. With aromas of honeysuckle and citrus blossoms, expressing golden apple and guava fruit, this delicate wine balances a sweet, round middle with a crisp, dry, acidic finish.

2016 – 90 pts Wine Enthusiast Seductive floral notes of violet and lavender persist throughout this juicy revitalizing Riesling. It's elegantly off dry, balancing honey-tangerine and pineapple sweetness against crisp lime and lemon acidity. The finish is pleasantly persistent.
2015 – 90 pts Wine Advocate The 2015 Riesling is unoaked and off-dry (11.8 grams per liter of residual sugar). It comes in at just 11.2% alcohol and was actually sourced from the Finger Lakes. Full of fruit in its youth, this shows plenty of concentration. Rather tropical, it seems packed with pear and peach, the sugar coming through and very much changing the flavor profile of this wine. It is ultimately quite delicious, with some grip on the finish and all that tasty fruit. This does have a slightly eccentric air to it, yet it is so loaded with delicious fruit and nicely structured to boot that I couldn't resist leaning up on this bargain. Classic--it is not. Hard to resist--that it is.
2014 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast A deep, stony minerality persists from nose to finish on this light-footed Riesling. Sweetened by hints of guava and stone fruit, it's a shade off dry but endlessly refreshing. The finish lingers on a gorgeously chalky, saline note.
2013  - 91 pts Wine Enthusiast Luminous is an apt word to describe this sun-kissed, blossomy wine chock full of plump yellow peach, mango and pineapple flavors. There’s so much more beyond fruit here though. A strike of lemon-lime acidity cuts through the palate, lending balance and vibe. The finish is long, accompanied by a delightfully astringent kick of lime zest. Drinks well now but should mature well through 2020.

2016 - $18 per bottle buy now

2014 Chardonnay - (89 pts WE & WA)
Although pronounced the same, we use the Italian phonetic spelling to highlight this wine’s rustic Italian style. Fermented without additives or manipulation produces a rich full body, un-oaked, with intense mouthfeel, tropical fruit, minerality and a buttery finish.

2014 - 89 pts Wine Enthusiast Streaks of honey and apple-cider spice reverberate through this ripe, intensely concentrated Chardonnay. While fermented with indigenous yeast and unoaked, full malolactic fermentation gives it a creamy, almost palate-coating richness. It's a uniquely muscular Chardonnay from Long Island.
2014 - 89 pts Wine Advocate The 2014 Sciardonné is an unoaked Chardonnay coming in at 13.8% alcohol. This is a bit fruitier and a hint sweeter on the end, but it also has a touch of a metallic nuance, It might also have a bit more grip.
2013 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast Sun-ripened apricots and yellow flowers perfume this lush, richly textured Chardonnay. It’s fresh and primary in sunny tangerine and stone fruit flavors, yet deep and penetrating on the palate. It finishes long, with a chalky, briny, mineral tone.

2014 - $20 per bottle buy now

2016 Cabernet Franc - "Bordo Antico" (90 pts WE)
Certified NOFA-NY (Made with Organic Grapes)
Named Bordo, after the traditional Italian name for Cabernet Franc, this wine made in a rustic Italian style, fermented wild and without additives. This wine is made naturally with certified organic and biodynamic grapes grown by Rex Farr Vineyards on Long Island. Expresses a soft hue with a rich full body. Showing notes of raspberries, licorice and graphite, hinting of ripe tomato leaf and summer garden herbs.

2016 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast

2014 – 92 pts Wine Enthusiast A standout amid a number of excellent red wines from winemaker Anthony Nappa, this unoaked Cabernet Franc (made with indigenous yeast) shines a spotlight on Cabernet Franc’s raw, somewhat vulnerable expression. It’s unabashedly herbal and green, almost minty, yet simultaneously luscious and berried in flavor. It’s fleshy in its suppleness, yet elegantly framed within a structure of taut tannins and acidity.

2016 - $22 per bottle buy now

2014 Ripasso - Merlot (90 pts WE & WA)
This Merlot is handcrafted from small quantities of fruit sourced from Shinn Vineyards, fermented wild and without additives. Named Ripasso this wine was “repassed” over the leftover pomace of our Petit Verdot and Malbec grape skins for a 6 month period of extended maceration; expressing a dark hue and a rich full body, with notes of plum and olives, earthy, with hints of tobacco leaf, coffee bean and a long finish. 370 cases produced.

2014 – 90 pts Wine Advocate The 2014 Ripasso Merlot is "repassed over Petit Verdot and Malbec skins." Bone dry and unoaked, it comes in at 13.9% alcohol. As you might guess from the description, this is a little unusual. This technique is said to produce a bit more complexity and tannin. Some tannic pop is there, but this is not too fierce and everything is in good balance in this wine's youth, even if it is a little drying on opening. Its caressing texture is more interesting still. The flavors are dark, laced with some plum and herbs. Merely medium in body, it still manages to seem a bit bigger than it is at times. It is understated and a great food wine, but it is always persistent. Its fine intensity of controlled flavor is always there. Overall, this is a nice success, another Italian-styled entry from Anthony Nappa. It will be interesting to see how this ages. It might do better than I think. At the other end of the scale, it could use a year to calm down, but it will be good to go in short order.
2014 – 90 pts Wine Enthusiast Made from Merlot grapes repassed, or fermented over, the pomace of previously fermented Petit Verdot and Malbec grapes, this powerful Merlot is imbued with a distinctly bold, textured mouthfeel and firmness of tannins. It's deeply, richly concentrated in black cherry and berry flavors, but there's also an intriguingly briny, umami element that reverberates through a long finish.

2014 - $25 per bottle buy now

2014 Pinot Noir (89 pts WE & WA)
100% Pinot Noir sourced from Macari & Peconic Bay Vineyards. This wine has dark fruit, deep structure, soft tannins, & a long dry finish. The name represents the winemaker’s relationship with Pinot Noir. This was the first wine made under the Anthony Nappa Wines brand in 2007 and has not been repeated until 2014, showing our commitment to quality of fruit therefore being aptly named. The grapes were fermented and aged separately in French oak (12% new) for 18 months. This wine will age for years to come. 204 cases produced.
2014 - $35 per bottle buy now

2014 "Bordeaux Blend" - Cabernet - Merlot - (92 pts WE)
‘quattordici’ named for the exceptional year in which these grapes were grown is 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 63% Merlot, & 12% Cabernet Franc. Bright fruit with tobacco & licorice on the nose, full bodied, with a warm spice palate and a long lingering finish. This fruit was hand harvested, hand sorted and wild fermented without any additives, the grapes were fermented and aged separately in French oak for 18 months (25% new oak) and bottled unfiltered & unfined. This wine will age nicely in the bottle for many years to come. 101 cases produced.

2014 quattordici - 92 pts Wine Enthusiast

2013 tredici – 91 pts Wine Enthusiast Concentrated and ripe, yet still muscular and rigid, this Bordeaux-style blend was made to age. On the palate, touches of earth, tobacco and balsamic vinegar lend a savory tone to lip-smacking black cherries and plums. Dense, deep tannins mark the finish, but should yield and meld with time. Hold till at least 2018. It should continue to reward cellaring for another decade.
2012 dodici - 91 pts Wine Enthusiast Wisps of fresh cedar and violet lend complexity to tart red-cherry and cassis notes in this cool, crisp Bordeaux-style red. The palate is concentrated and juicy with red fruit, but squarely structured by zesty acidity and a fine fringe of velvet tannins.
2010 dieci - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast
Soothing menthol and green floral notes lend vibe to crisp sour-cherry flavors in this bold, penetrating Bordeaux-style blend. It’s rich and brawny on the palate with juicy, primary cherry and plum flavors, yet streaked with delicate touches of oak and earth.

2013 tredici  - $35 per bottle buy now 2014 quattordici - $35 per bottle buy now

2014 Reserve Merlot new release
This 100% Merlot was handcrafted from small quantities of North Fork fruit. Showing dark fruit; plums, cassis, blackberry, with deep structure, soft tannins, and a long dry finish. This wine was aged in French oak for 18 months (50% new) and will age nicely in the bottle for years to come. 76 cases produced.

2013 Reserve Merlot - 91 pts Wine Enthusiast Fleshy, sun-kissed black plums and cherries abound in this supple, velvet-textured Merlot. It’s mouthfilling and rich, but brisk cranberry acidity lends firm structure. The palate is subtly nuanced, marked by soft tannins and layers of brambly wood, cedar and baking spice. Aged 19 months with a large proportion of new French oak, it drinks well now but should meld beautifully from 2020–2028. — A.I. (11/1/2015)
2013 Reserve Merlot - 90 pts Robert Parker The 2013 Reserve Merlot was aged for 18 months in French oak (50% new). It comes in at 14.4% alcohol, on the big side for Long Island, but it doesn't seem anywhere near that big. In fact, consistent with the general style of these releases, this is a refined wine that seems to have impeccable balance. Easy to drink young, it has moderate tannins and just enough concentration to feel reasonably substantial. It is very pleasing for early consumption, but its graceful demeanor combines well with its appealing mouthfeel. We'll see where it goes in time, but don't hesitate to dive in as it is surprisingly approachable and still completely seductive. Drink 2015-2026
2010 Reserve Merlot - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast Ripe black-cherry notes are accented by herbs and stems that lend a dark savoriness to this bold, penetrating Merlot. Rich with fruit, and layered with spice and granite, it lingers long on the finish in a murmur of velvety tannins. 

2014 - $40 per bottle buy now

Shared Table Farm Wines

Shared Table Farm brings together our love of food, wine and family. These reserve wines are produced by Anthony Nappa in limited quantities for our Wine Club Members and Tasting Room guests.

2016 Reserve Sauvignon Blanc new release
This Sauvignon Blanc was fermented wild and blended with 10% skin fermented Semillon. With bright acidity, hints of bell pepper, melon and fragrant with grapefruit and a saline minerality, this wine shows a round middle and a long full finish, 100 cases produced.

2013 - 90 pts Wine Enthusiast Green gooseberry and freshly-cut grass lend elegant perfume to this ripe, full-bodied Sauvignon Blanc. It’s silky in mouthfeel, with opulent Meyer lemon and honeysuckle tones, but balanced with a squeaky-bright acidity that cleanses the mid palate. Finishes with a lingering sheen of oyster-shell minerality.— A.I.  (11/1/2014)
2013 – 90 pts Wine Advocate  This is a big, grassy and gorgeous bottle, unoaked and exuberant. Completely dry, it had skin contact to get more body, but was picked a bit early to keep it bright and crisp. With fine structure, good acidity, vibrancy and a solid mid-palate for the grape and style, it touches all the bases on its way to home plate. It is, of course, a touch green–it's Sauvignon Blanc–but it is not overly vegetal.

2016 - $22 per bottle buy now

2013 Reserve Gewurztraminer
Named Spezia, Italian for spice, this wine was fermented wild, 40% skin contacted fermentation, and 60% whole cluster carbonic maceration lasting one week. With an intensely floral nose of rose and lychee aromas and flavors giving way to fig, mango and exotic spices, this dry wine pairs with fresh fruit, stinky cheeses and hot and spicy foods.

2010 89pts - Wine Enthusiast Wisps of smoke and savory garam masala add dimension to the plush pink-grapefruit and mango flavors on this unusually spiced Gewürztraminer. The palate is dry and brisk with grapefruit acidity, yet it’s lusciously textured. Deep, gravelly minerality and an exotic tea note linger on the finish.

2013 - $25 per bottle buy now

2014 Reserve Viognier – (90 pts WA)
This Viognier was handcrafted from small quantities of fruit sourced from Peconic Bay Vineyards. Made in the distinctive French style, this wine is exuding honeysuckle and floral notes. A creamy mouth-feel gives way to a waxy finish. Fruition was hand harvested, hand sorted and wild fermented without any additives after 3 days of cold soak skin contact. Aged in French oak barrels for 10 months, this wine will age nicely in the bottle for many years to come. 122 cases produced.

2014 – 90 pts Wine Advocate The 2014 Viognier was aged in neutral French oak for nine months. It also has 14% Semillon added. Slightly elevated in sugar at seven grams per liter, it still seems dry-ish, but it finishes with a bit of sugar on the edges. Dark in color, this is lovely, with a fresh feel and a lively demeanor. Its delicious finish makes this special, though. That finish is cut by nice acidity and it remains fresh all the while, never heavy or cloying. I liked this a lot. It will be interesting to see how it ages. I bet it will hold well for several years, maybe more. On the other hand, there is no real reason to wait.

2014 - $35 per bottle buy now

2014 Reserve Pinot Noir (91 pts WE & 90 pts WA) new release
A balanced full bodied wine with deep structure, soft tannins, and a long dry finish. This wine was hand harvested, hand sorted and wild fermented without any additives, aged in French oak for 18 months (35% new) and bottled unfiltered & unfined. This wine will age nicely in the bottle for many years to come. 75 cases produced.

2014 Shared Table Farm - 91 pts Wine Enthusiast

2014 Shared Table Farm - 90+ pts Wine Advocate Aromatic, sensual and caressing in texture, this sexy but nuanced Pinot Noir manages to be graceful and jam-packed with fruit flavor, too. Ending with red berry nuances leaning to raspberry and cherry, this is irresistible from the first smell to the last sip. As flavorful as it is, it becomes drier and more serious with air. There is a crisper edge underneath. In other words, it's not really a fruit bomb—it just plays one when you first pull the cork. The tannins are moderate enough so that you can drink this right now, but it should certainly hold a reasonable time. Overall, this is beautifully done.


2014 - $50 per bottle buy now

2013 Reserve Cabernet Franc (91 pts WE) new release
A balanced full bodied wine with deep structure, soft tannins, and a long dry finish. This wine was hand harvested, hand sorted and wild fermented without any additives, aged in French oak for 18 months (30% new) and bottled unfiltered & unfined. This wine will age nicely in the bottle for many years to come. 35 cases produced.

2013 Shared Table Farm - 91 pts Wine Enthusiast

2013 Tocca Ferro - 91 pts Wine Enthusiast Whiffs of cinnamon, savory spice and cedar accentuate this intensely ripe, almost pulpy bend of Cabernet Franc and Malbec. It's richly deeply concentrated yet anchored by a backbone of pert cassis acidity and fine penetrating tannins. The finish lingers long on a scintillating thread of vanilla spice.
2013 Tocca Ferro - 90 pts Wine Advocate The 2013 Tocca Ferro Cabernet Franc Reserve also has 21% Malbec blended in and comes in at 13.8% alcohol. Showing reasonably good concentration and an intriguing flavor profile that mixes some hints of olive (mostly) with a bit of rare beef (no doubt, the Malbec). This wine is focused and lingering, dry, a bit lean and complex. Overall, it is a classic food-wine style and maintains a nice combination of elegance and complexity, with nothing out of balance, but it is also most likely to reward some cellaring.


2013 Shared Table Farm - $50 per bottle buy now 2013 Tocca Ferro - $50 per bottle buy now

2013 Reserve Petit Verdot - (89pts WE)
Our Petit Verdot is handcrafted from small quantities of fruit sourced from Jamesport Vineyards; A balanced full bodied wine with deep structure, soft tannins, and a long dry finish. This wine was hand harvested, hand sorted and wild fermented without any additives, aged in French oak for 18 months (45% new) and bottled unfiltered & unfined. This wine will age nicely in the bottle for many years to come. 49 cases produced.

2013 – 89 pts Wine Enthusiast A swathe of violet and jolt of pomegranate acidity lend freshness to this voluptuously ripe, rich Petit Verdot. It’s an unabashedly forward, full bodied wine chock full of fleshy, plump black-cherry and plum flavors. Despite its brawn, however, it’s not at all overbearing, finishing with remarkable balance.

2013 - $60 per bottle buy now

2013 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon - (92 pts WE)
Our Cabernet Sauvignon is handcrafted from small quantities of fruit sourced from Onabay Vineyards; A balanced full bodied wine with deep structure, soft tannins, and a long dry finish. The wine was hand harvested, hand sorted and wild fermented without any additives, aged in French oak for 18 months (42% new) and bottled unfiltered & unfined. This wine will age nicely in the bottle for many years to come. 100 cases produced.

2013 – 92 pts Wine Enthusiast Long Island is not typically known for Cabernet Sauvignon, but in the hands of winemaker Anthony Nappa (who also crafts excellent Cabs at Raphael), the variety shows remarkable promise. Juxtaposing heady notes of bramble and dried herb against a backdrop of luscious black currant and plum, this wild-fermented red is enticingly “savage” in style. Sharp cranberry notes and mineral tones lend edge to a lingering finish.

2013 - $75 per bottle buy now

Dessert Wines

"Giallo" - Late Harvest Sémillon - Orange Wine - (90pts WA)
Named Italian for “yellow”, this late harvest Sémillon was produced in a dessert wine style. These grapes were skin fermented for 3 weeks and aged in French oak barrels un-topped and allowed to oxidize for 2 years. pH 3.95, TA 6.8 g/L, Residual Sugar 48 g/L, 15.2% Alc/vol, 55 cases produced, 500 ml bottle.

2013 – 90 pts Wine Advocate The 2013 Giallo Semillon, in the small squat bottle, is a late harvest wine with 48 grams per liter of residual sugar and 15.2% alcohol. Calling this sweet would be a bit of an exaggeration, though. It really isn't that sugary, although it does have a touch of that something different that takes the edge off as it finishes. It is quite cloudy to boot, looking more like non-fortified apple cider and tasting a little like a dry cider, too. (With less apples, of course.) As it airs, there is some serious pop on the finish and it shows fine structure. This works pretty well, but the alcohol does pop out here and there, my only quibble. It doesn't destroy things, but it will be interesting to see if it holds itself in balance as time goes on. It seems pretty fine now. There were 55 cases of 500-milliliter bottles produced.
2013 – 89 pts Wine Enthusiest Bold and unconventional, there's nothing quite like this late-harvest wine. Made from Sémillon grapes left to ripen and shrivel through midwinter, it's deeply concentrated with dried mango and orange-peel flavors. Fermentation via natural yeast on its skins lends a deeply phenolic astringency to the palate. It's dusty and mineral with a sherried aldehydic character attributable to deliberate oxidation in barrels, yet somehow, it maintains a luminous core of fresh fruit. A curious and thought-provoking wine for the adventurous wine lover.

2013 - $40 per bottle buy now

"Leonardo" - Riesling Ice Wine - (90 pts WA)
This is the first true Ice Wine made on Long Island with grapes frozen on the vine in the Finger Lakes. Harvested at 14°F on January 22th 2013, with 37 degrees brix, this wine was fermented in French oak for 9 months, and bottled unfiltered & unfined. Made in an oxidized style with aromas of raw honey and citrus blossoms, expressing apricot and stone fruit, this delicate wine balances caramelized flavors, a full sweet body and a long finish. pH 3.32, TA 12.4 g/L, Residual Sugar 88 g/L, 16.2% Alc/vol, 52 cases produced, 375 ml bottle.

2013 Leonardo - 90 pts Wine Advocate
The 2013 Riesling Eiswein "Leonardo," wild-yeast fermented, was sourced from Sheldrake in the Finger Lakes. Winemaker Anthony Nappa noted another anomaly--the grapes are from the 2012 growing season, but picked so late that they are labeled 2013. Coming in with 88 grams per liter of residual sugar, this also spent nine months in barrel and comes in with 16.2% alcohol–a lot less typical in Eiswein style. This has a very different character than most Rieslings and most Eisweins due to those vinification choices. How you use it will determine how much you like it. Thick and unctuous, it has oxidative notes and an aggressive personality. Matched with cheese or food, this will go down well. On its own, it will likely be less enticing. The style ages well, but it may pick up even more oxidation as it goes along and keep changing. There were only 52 cases produced.
2013 Leonardo - 88 pts Wine Enthusiast
This is a unique, oak-aged Finger Lakes ice wine made by Long Island winemaker, Anthony Nappa. Fermented spontaneously and intentionally oxidized, it juxtaposes silken caramel with sea salt and bitters. It’s a fascinatingly funky wine worthy of some contemplative sipping.
2013 Leonardo - 88 pts Wine Spectator A cloudy amber color, with an unctuous feel to the core of dried apricot, peach and nectarine flavors, backed by a wax-textured finish and a lingering dried golden raisin note. Ambitious and slightly heady, but manages to hold together. Drink now. 50 cases made.

2013 - $50 per bottle buy now

"Enzo" - Riesling Ice Wine - (93 pts WA)
This is a true Ice Wine made on Long Island with grapes frozen on the vine in the Finger Lakes. Harvested at 14°F on November 30th 2013, with 37 degrees brix, this wine was wild fermented in French oak for 12 months, and bottled unfiltered & unfined. With aromas of raw honey and citrus blossoms, expressing apricot and stone fruit, this delicate wine balances floral flavors, a full sweet body and a long finish. 46 cases produced, 375 ml bottle. This wine was named after our son Enzo Armando Nappa who was born January 30, 2016, 1:27am

2013 Enzo – 93 pts Wine Advocate The 2013 Riesling Ice Wine "Enzo" is sourced from the Finger Lakes (Sheldrake Point). It comes in at 203 grams per liter of residual sugar and 11.2% alcohol. This eschews the rich, honeyed and unctuous for a brighter and fresher feel, adding more perceptible acidity. Its brightness lifts and defines fresh peach flavors, with less apricot. It leads to a somewhat drier conclusion than expected. It always delivers plenty of flavor in its own style, though. It doesn't seem as sweet as it is. This is relative, though, as there is still a certain unctuousness under the bright demeanor. I rather loved the freshness supporting this wine. There were 46 cases produced of 375-milliliter bottles.
2013 Enzo Ice wine - 90pts Wine Enthusiast Named after the winemaker's newborn son, Enzo is a bold unabashedly unique take on Finger Lakes Riesling in the hands of a Long Island producer. Made from grapes frozen on the vine and fermented via indigenous yeast in French oak, it's intensely spicy, wafting of caramel and candied orange rinds. The palate is unctuously honeyed but dusted by layers of earth and mineral. It's a far departure from a classic ice wine yet intriguingly complex and impeccably balanced.

2013 - $50 per bottle buy now

Sold Out Wines

Sparkling White Wine SOLD OUT
A blend of 78% Pinot Noir, 10% Riesling and 12% Gewürztraminer, this wine is produced by a secondary fermentation in the bottle and aged ‘Sur Lie’ in a bottle conditioned style. Lightly sparkling and intensely aromatic with floral aromas and fruit flavors, this wine has crisp acidity, showing cherry blossom, white peach and apricot.
$20 per bottle

Malbec SOLD OUT
This wine is made in a rustic style, fermented wild and without additives. It expresses a dark hue with a rich fruity body, showing violet aromas, slate minerality dark fruit notes; plum, blueberry and a dark chocolate undertone. Bottled unfiltered & unfined, 150 cases produced.

2014 - 89 pts Wine Enthusiast There’s a distinctly floral grapiness to this Malbec—evocative of Argentinian archetypes—yet rustic touches of bramble wood and a delicate, dancing mouthfeel make it quite uniquely a New Yorker. Blackberry and cherry flavors are rich and ripe, yet maintain vivacious freshness through the finish.

$22 per bottle