90+ Ratings

90+ Ratings

A wine rating is a score assigned by one or more wine critics to a wine. Robert Parker is a renowned wine critic and publisher of The Wine Advocate, who originated the now familiar 50-100 point scale. Also using the numerical scale are The Wine Spectator and The Wine Advocate. In general, tastings are conducted blind and often price is not a factor in assigning scores to wines. The review that really counts is yours, but a professional rating can help you find new wines or find a reviewer that has a similar palate to you.
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  • Bodega Cuarto Dominio Lote 44 Malbec 2015

    Mendoza, Argentina

    The Lote 44 Malbec come from a special lot selection in the high-altitude vineyards in the Uco Valley which sit 1,100 meters above sea level. These vineyards have been producing wines in the foothills of the Andes Mountains in Mendoza for over 100 years.

  • Cusumano Nero d'Avola 2015

    Sicily, Italy

    Nero d’Avola grapes are manually selected in the rich, white soil vineyards of San Giacomo, which produces a refreshing fruit-forward wine that pairs perfectly with meat-based meals. This wine is fruit-forward with firm tannins, plummy spice flavors and red berry aromas.

  • Bodega Cuarto Dominio Tolentino Malbec 2014

    Mendoza, Argentina

    A great value Malbec from an Argentinian winery that has been family owned for 4 generations. Dark fruit flavors and silky tannins make this wine ideal for hearty Italian, Mexican or Indian dishes.

  • Cusumano Insolia 2015

    Sicily, Italy

    Cusumano Insolia is grown in the cool but sunny Ficuzza vineyards that are more than 2,600 feet above sea level. The light straw color and soft aromas of freshly-picked flowers and herbs round off this balanced white wine. If you like light and crisp Sauvignon Blancs, try this Italian delight!

  • Cusumano Angimbè 2012

    Sicily, Italy

    Angimbè is the name of the forest near the vineyards where these Insolia and Chardonnay grapes are grown. As a medium-bodied wine, this Angimbè provides citrus flavors with subtle hints of honey that balances the bright acidity. Best paired with grilled fish.

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  • Bodega Cuarto Dominio Chento Malbec 2013

    Mendoza, Argentina

    Chento Malbec features great concentration and well balanced acidity, along with soft silky tannins, ripe plum, chocolate flavors and a persistent finish.

  • Cusumano Angimbè 2015

    Sicily, Italy

    Angimbè is the name of the forest near the vineyards where these Insolia and Chardonnay grapes are grown. As a medium-bodied wine, this Angimbè provides citrus flavors with subtle hints of honey that balances the bright acidity. Best paired with grilled fish.

  • Lapostolle Canto de Apalta 2012

    Inspired by the songbirds that live in Lapostolle's Chilean vineyards, this harmonious blend of Carmenère, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah offers spicy ripe fruit aromas with a hint of tobacco and chocolate. Wine Enthusiast Editor's Choice.

  • Feudi di San Gregorio Falanghina 2015

    Named after the method of vine cultivation in Sannio at the end of the Roman Era called Falangs (“poles”), this Falanghina is ideal as an aperitif. It can also accompany various types of appetizers, plates of simple fish and vegetables as well as fresh cheeses.

  • Nino Franco Rustico Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG

    Valdobbiadene, Italy

    The Nino Franco Rustico Prosecco is a creamy, refreshing and balanced. Bright straw-colored it has a very fine, and crisp flavor with hints of fruit and flowery aromas. It is produced in an area of hillside vineyards situated in the Valdobbiadene region of Italy. Recommended by Ladies' Home Journal as a top hostess gift suggestion!

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