From a small town on the western coast of Italy comes this crowd-pleasing Rosso from Duca di Saragnano. A blend of Sangiovese, Nero D'Avola, Primitivo, and Syrah, we were pleasantly surprised at the quality of this wine when tasting it since it's a non-designated Italian red. But DOC doesn't always mean better. This Rosso IGT flies under the radar delivering a quality red at an everyday price!
Everyone knows the great regions of Bordeaux: Saint Émilion, Pomerol, Margaux. But tucked away along the Right Bank of Bordeaux is Cotes de Bordeaux, a region made up of five under-appreciated designations including Castillon. With a great influence from its neighbor Saint Emilion, Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux producers strive to make approachable, well-balanced, and character-driven wines at affordable prices. That's why we are excited to share with you this great value Cotes de Bordeaux from Chateau Beynat.
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