AWC Blog

Month: July 2016

Adam’s Pick: Bodegas Borsao Garnacha Tres Picos

Adam's Pick: Bodegas Borsao Garnacha Tres Picos Campo de Borja 2014, $17 When I'm looking for barbecue wine, I usually go for a rich and powerful Zinfandel with dark, rich fruit and spice. But American Zinfandel has gotten expensive as of late! Enter Spain, the country capable of impeccable bold and fruit-forward wines with rich…

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Timothy’s Pick: Peter Lauer “Senior” Riesling Fass 6 Saar

Timothy's Pick: Peter Lauer "Senior" Riesling Fass 6 Saar 2015, $29 This is the quintessential Mosel Riesling: austere, delicate, with core of focused minerality and perfectly balanced acidity. From the Lauer's western-most parcel, named after the Lauer patriarch's ("senior") select parcel (or "fass"), this wine stands at 11.5% with a dry and lingering finish. Notes…

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Connor’s Pick: High West Double Rye

Connor's Pick: High West Double Rye, $31 By simply being a high quality small batch straight rye for just over $30, High West's Double Rye has already distinguished itself from its competition. The distillery is situated high in the Rocky Mountains and was the first licensed distillery in Utah since Prohibition. Despite most rye whiskey…

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