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  1. 2013 Marchione Nero D'Avola

    2013 Marchione Nero D'Avola

    This is an essential wine for any pie. All of that bright acidity will really cut through the fattiness you’re sure to find in almost any pizza. There are briney and saline suggestions in the wine that just scream for salty mediterranean foods. The tart black fruit flavors you'll find contrast those savory elements nicely. Plus, this is a wine that does well with some chilling down. Make sure it is a little bit cool so you truly feel like you’re sipping something on the Mediterranean coast. It is a lean and mean little Sicilian creation that might just be pizza’s new best friend. Learn More

  2. 2013 Kindzmarauli Kakhetian Royal

    2013 Kindzmarauli Kakhetian Royal

    Orange wine has long been an obsession over at WA, and we're beyond excited to finally be able to share one with you! This wine was produced using an ancient Kakhetian winemaking technique from a blend of three wine Georgian grape varietals. The result is a classic example of this style of juice. If you haven’t had an orange wine yet, this is a good first one to try. It tastes like cider and white wine had a foxy lovechild. Don’t be scared by the palate, that almost seems like a light red wine, just embrace it. This mixed with aromas of bruised orchard fruit, nuts and honey makes for a beguiling yet delicious combination. Learn More

  3. 2013 Priest Ranch Sauvignon Blanc

    2013 Priest Ranch Sauvignon Blanc

    Napa Valley is truly the most famous American wine region. In 1976, a blind wine tasting competition pitting American vino vs. France's best wine was in France. Two American wines hailing from Napa took top prize in what is now known as the Judgement of Paris! To learn more check out Wikipedia or watch Bottleshock on Netflix. We prefer Netfix and wine(chill)! Especially if this Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc from Priest Ranch is part of the viewing party. Estate bottled and grown AKA the grapes come and are made into wine in one place this bottle bursts aromas of tropical fruit like kiwi, passion fruit, guava combined with flowers that we think should smell how Hawaiian Leis look! Learn More

  4. 2015 Gran Passione, "Beneventano," Falanghina

    2015 Gran Passione, "Beneventano," Falanghina

    While you've likely never heard of it, the Falanghina grape is believed to be have been in one of the most famous wines of ancient Rome, called Falernian. Planted on the slopes overlooking the Mediterranean, these grapes were grown in the salty and cool ocean breeze. This Campania region is located in the "shin" of Italy, just inland from Naples. In this bottle you will find a wine that is surprisingly complex. The aroma of white flowers rising from your glass will make you think you're in for an explosion of perfume, but this gives way to a medium bodied and creamy juice that has a balancing minerality. It's the absolute perfect companion to softer cheeses, like Camembert or Brie. Learn More

  5. 2014 Tora Bay, Sauvignon Blanc

    2014 Tora Bay, Sauvignon Blanc

    In the dark ages of wine (like, 25 years ago) it was thought that places like New Zealand would never produce any real quality vino. But today some of the world's best Sauvignon Blanc is being made by Kiwis - and this bottle from Tora Bay is a perfect example. With a strong aroma of ripe, tropical fruit, this juice is not messing around. It's intense yet balanced, with a lingering finish that will stay with your tastebuds. It's fruit salad in a glass - but not your average melon variety. We're talking passion fruit, peach and a splash of zesty lime to top it all off. Learn More

  6. 2015 Point Ormond, Sangiovese

    2015 Point Ormond, Sangiovese

    Nothing says Italian like Sangiovese. It is the main star in the Chianti blend. It is one of four noble grapes that hail from Tuscany. But STOP the presses. This bottle isn't riding any vespas and yelling "Ciao, Bella!" This version of pure yumminess comes from Australia, and the Aussie's are putting their own mark on this Italian grape. High acid, a lot of fruit, tannin, a little bit of body, and low alcohol coming together for one awesome soiree. Say peace out to the Yellow Tail days. In the Port Ormond, the acid makes your mouth water; the bold, jammy, black cherry fruit makes you want to endlessly fill your glass, and the tannin gives structure and complexity so you can find the hidden notes of herbs, spice and tobacco. Here's to the pursuit of balance! Learn More

  7. 2015 Celler el Masroig Vi Novell

    2015 Celler el Masroig Vi Novell

    This Spanish red is an homage to Saint Martin, a Roman soldier who eventually became a monk and founded the first monastery in western Europe. As the saying goes, "Per Sant Marti Mata el Porc I enceta el Vi," which means, "On Saint Martin's Day, a pig is slaughtered and it is the start of a new wine." This bottle is therefore released on Saint Martin's Day (the 11th of November) every year and the label is a testament to the aforementioned swine. This wine has vibrant and powerful ripe fruit that goes well with any pork dish (duh). The rich and full body is balanced by salty and savory notes of smoke, salted meats and game. Learn More

  8. 2014 Pierre et Papa

    2014 Pierre et Papa

    Lip smacking acidity cuts through this medium-bodied wine, clad with 11% alc this would an impeccable Sunday afternoon wine; extremely chill and just looking for a good time. This wine is slightly reminiscent of an old-school Sancerre, dripping with tons of tropical paradise notes, laser beams and limeade. It smells like early morning sunshine on dewy suburban garden leaves; tastes like golden raspberries, the ones you see in parking lot farmers’ markets, and crushed sea shells. Lots of zesty key lime pie notes finishing with a slight hint of a fruit cocktail. This wine is from the Côtes de Gascogne in France (which is relatively warm in climate) and is primarily known for their approachable and fun loving white wines. Learn More

  9. 2013 La Pinot

    2013 La Pinot

    This is it. The first ever Wine Awesomeness collaboration wine. And we’re so excited for you to try it. It’s a savory red wine that’s approachable, friendly and curious - just like us! Ruby colored in the glass, with aromas of funky mushrooms laced with overly ripe raspberry notes. This Pinot Noir has a decidedly New World style - at 13% ABV it isn’t as light as its Old World cousins. The booming earthiness that comes from the wood lends itself to aromas of sticky caramel candies, vanilla extract and stewed fatty dark red fruits. Being from the Golden State of California, the grapes are grown in a hotter climate, which is what gives it the plush red fruit vibes. Learn More

  10. 2015 Prodigo Nero d' Avola

    2015 Prodigo Nero d' Avola

    This is the kind of wine that evokes memories of spring days when you were young and would go flower hunting. It has deep layers of earth and dark, almost black cherries. A lot of this intense flavor comes from the way the grapes are harvested - much later in the season so that they have time to really ripen, which increases the sugar and alcohol content. They then go through a drying process called “appassimento,” giving them an even more intense flavor. This wine may taste slightly unfamiliar because Nero d’ Avola is not a grape you come across every day. Sicily is known for its plethora of dope indigenous grape varieties, and Nero d’ Avola is arguably one of the most acclaimed! This wine drinks like volcano juice, with savory tobacco and molten rock on the back of the palate. Learn More

  11. 2014  Evolúció Blaufränkisch

    2014 Evolúció Blaufränkisch

    Blaufränkisch, also known as Pinot Noirs’ funky-ass little sister who wears feathers in her hair, has all the dopest dance moves, and doesn’t let the little things get her down. This grape is a native to the cooler climate in Austria which shows through in its glistening acidity. Drinks like freeze dried raspberries were tossed into a glass of ice-cold freshly squeezed lemonade. Poppy and electric in your mouth, it brightens up every inch of your palate. It makes you feel like you're on an extended vacation, in a beautiful place where it is eternally early fall. With its beautiful acidity and light body, this wine is an ideal pair for pouring a brimming glass and inviting friends over to lounge on the floor of your living room to watch a romantic comedy. Learn More

  12. 2014 Le Charmel, Muscadet

    2014 Le Charmel, Muscadet

    Muscadets are awesome! They’re made from the grape Melon de Bourgogne, which originated in Burgundy but has flourished in the gorgeous, star-dusted, Loire Valley of France. Heaps of hay and straw notes that come through with a citrus element that is perfect for any night of the week. Not overpowering in its overall body and palate so this wine stands up well on its own. On the nose, freeze-dried yellow peaches and lavender sit on a pile of powdered seashells, while on the palate this wine is round in a juicy, chewy way. Lemon and lime come out with the sandy yet dusty minerality. Medium acidity brightens up the back of your palate making your mouth pucker. Learn More

  13. 2015 Exem, Bordeaux Blanc

    2015 Exem, Bordeaux Blanc

    This wine is slightly reminiscent of a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc with its tropical notes and paradise feels, but the added Semillon gives it more texture and loads of herbaceous green, tree-trimming notes. Underripe green pear skin on the palate with layers of ocean breezy vibes that brighten things up. The body on this bottle is racey and light, with a lasting finish that makes your mouth come alive. Its acidity is breathtaking and pairs well with anything that has a nice crisp to it, like roasted potatoes or a flakey white fish. It’s the perfect partner to get wrapped up in on sunny days and chilly nights! Learn More

  14. 2015 OPP, Pinot Gris

    2015 OPP, Pinot Gris

    From bad-ass winemaker André Mack comes this OPP Pinot Gris - OPP being short for “Other People’s Pinot.” When a neighboring winery went out of business, André scooped up a few barrels of Pinot Noir that still needed bottling, referring to it as the "other people’s pinot" - and so a label was born. OPP has since come to include this Pinot Gris varietal. Freshly bloomed lilies, chalk dust and white gummy bears. Watered down canned pineapple, white chalky earth notes braided into crisp fresh flowing water. No residual sugar brightened with a bouncy blonde cheerleader-like acidity. Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are made from the same grape but Pinot Gris is a more serious, New World white, while Pinot Grigio is a more casual style that will likely be the House White at your local watering hole. Learn More

  15. 2013 Hope Estate "Wollombi Brook," Semillon

    2013 Hope Estate "Wollombi Brook," Semillon

    This bottle hails from Australia's Hunter Valley, a region known for producing some really solid Semillons - and this one is no exception. Until recently, this juice was only sold Down Under, but it has finally made its way stateside and we couldn't be happier. Australian Semillon is definitely trending right now - and this bottle will show you why! The palate is truly unique, it is slick and mouth-coating without being cloying. The nose of honeyed stone fruit (think: peaches and apricots) is matched with a limestone freshness. The aromatics of jasmine, buttercup and daffodils are absolutely intoxicating. Dry but with a whole lot of character! Learn More

  16. 2015 Survivor, "Offspring," Cape Red Blend

    2015 Survivor, "Offspring," Cape Red Blend

    This wine was named after a Nguni cow, the traditional livestock of the Zulu people in South Africa, who jumped off a truck and into their vineyards. She not only survived the daring jump but also had many offspring. This wine speaks to her success and children. As in, it will make you feel like you are jumping around Cabernet vineyards with beautiful South Africa as a backdrop. You can easily drink this wine every day, with its perfect balance of earth and fruit. Plus, it was produced using sustainable harvesting methods - meaning you can enjoy it knowing that all of the little cow babies can still roam free from pesticides or chemicals in their environment! Learn More

  17. 2012 Merino Chardonnay Limari Valley

    2012 Merino Chardonnay Limari Valley

    The cool, coastal and remote Limarí Valley is located a few hundred miles north of Santiago. This unique locale is within miles of the good old (and cold) Pacific Ocean. So? Within this valley is the perfect climate and set of conditions for the production of taut, mineral-laden white wines. Our proof is the Merino Chardonnay, a Chilean white that tastes like a Cru-level Chablis. This level of chalky, citric intensity is rarely seen in New World Chardonnay at any price. The 2012 vintage has only gotten more dazzling with a few years under its belt- which is very good news for all involved. Learn More

  18. 2015 Secret Identity Dry Rosé

    2015 Secret Identity Dry Rosé

    Secret Identity is made to be Iconic Wine's ideal summer rosé. Crisp and refreshing, screw top, and at only 10% alcohol, designed to be able to drink a lot on the beach, back porch or any outdoor space. Despite the freshness, it still carries enough fruit to be equally at home with kebabs off the grill once the sun goes down. The name Secret Identity comes from the desire to make the best dry rosé they could while not being trapped by tradition. Rather than showcasing a single region or grape, they focus on their ideal balance of fruit and freshness. So while not a secret per se, (they will tell you if you ask them) the blend of grapes each year isn't the focus and may change a bit each year. Learn More

  19. 2015 Fiction Chardonnay

    2015 Fiction Chardonnay

    Holiday weekend brunch at the Biltmore. Ripe cantaloupe wrapped in prosciutto, fresh squeezed citrus and white flowers everywhere. Crisp hundred dollar bills and fired up for day drinking. Learn More

  20. 2012 Gran Passione, Salice Salentino Riserva

    2012 Gran Passione, Salice Salentino Riserva

    This complex, five year old wine encapsulates everything we love about a classic Southern Italian big red wine. Hailing from Puglia (pool-ya), an area famous for it’s warm dry climate located in the heel of the boot of Italy, this wine spends a minimum of nine months in oak and even more time in a steel tank before bottling. This lengthy process results in more complex notes of dried flowers and baked fruits, rather than the fresh fruit of a younger wine. With subtle hints of roasted blueberries and blackberries, we recommend pairing this earthy red with flavorful meats like Guanciale, dry rubbed smoked ribs or pasta with tomato sauce. Whip up a Spaghetti alla Gricia dish to serve with this wine and round-out your Italian feast. Learn More

  21. 2013 House of Independent Producers Sauvignon Blanc

    2013 House of Independent Producers Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc isn't only great when it comes from New Zealand! The typical NZ SB can hit you over the head with huge notes of grass and bell pepper, but it doesn't have to be this way. This version hails from the Columbia Valley of Washington. This easy drinking edition of Sauv Blanc has a wealth of tropical notes and makes for a perfect and refreshing summer vino. In 1989, the founders of Hedges Estate planted around 50 acres of Bordeaux varietals on Red Mountain in Washington. Learn More

  22. 2014 Domaine de la Damase Cotes du Rhone

    2014 Domaine de la Damase Cotes du Rhone

    The Latour family has been making wine at Domaine de la Damase since 1872 when the estate was purchased. Sébastien Latour works the vineyards and makes wine with parents Bernadette and Serge. He is the 5th generation of the Latour family to make wine there. Sébastien Latour's mother Bernadette Latour is the official owner (gérant) and therefore you see her name at the labels. She lives in the house beside the domain. Sèbastien lives in the mansion of the estate but he's often occupied in the vineyards. Learn More

  23. NV ONEHOPE Sparkling Wine

    NV ONEHOPE Sparkling Wine

    Over the last few years, sparkling wine has become quite the trend in California, having earned its seat at the bar. While we at WA know that sparkling wine isn't just for celebrating special occasions, ONEHOPE's California Brut Sparkling Wine has us raising our glass to toast another cause. With each case of this bubbly sold, ONEHOPE will donate 25 meals to a child in need. All the more reason to order an entire case of bubbly! On the nose, this lightly colored sparkling is bursting with fresh green apples and ripe nectarines, with just a whisper of freshly baked bread passing through... Kind of like grandma is tipsy and baking in the kitchen! Your first sip holds succulent peaches, sweet berries and pear with a finish that's creamy, rich and refreshingly bubbly. Learn More

  24. 2014 Zuccardi, "Serie A," Cabernet Sauvignon

    2014 Zuccardi, "Serie A," Cabernet Sauvignon

    The youngest of a multigenerational winemaking family that originated in Sicily, Sebastian Zuccardi is making his mark in South America. In 2015, we dubbed Sebastian the young gun shaking up Argentinian wine for "More Than Malbec," and he hasn't let us down. The Zuccardi family has changed the game for wine coming from Argentina, and their New World traditions shines through with a commitment to innovation. At WA we do love a good Malbec, but it's easy to get stuck in love with the one type of juice. Zuccardi's 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon is a much-needed new drinking buddy in your friend group. Once poured, bold jammy flavors come through with each sip. This is a wine that exudes body and will sweep you off your feet in a wave of dark fruit. Learn More