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New Wines You Should Be Drinking

Every fall, a buzzy sense of excitement pervades New York City. Changes draw our attention in a thousand directions, and the fine weather encourages us to savor every little shift at the greenmarket and parks. Even our wine shelves get caught in the swirl of seasonal change! These are some autumn wine highlights you simply don’t want to miss. Chamlija is a luscious Turkish white wine made from a red grape, hence a Blanc de Noirs. It hails from Thrace, the westernmost wine-producing area in Turkey. For something incredibly rare, try a dry red made from the Moscato Nero grape grown in Bergamo, Italy. This is a new style for winemaker Manuele Biava, whose wines find homes in Michelin-starred restaurants across Italy. The aromatic result is nothing short of phenomenal. In contrast, try a rustic Alentejo from southern Portugal. This full-bodied, tannic wine is made from a blend of local red grapes and pairs well with rich, oily foods. While everything else is in flux, why not reset your wine routine?
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Red | Portugal, Alentejo | 750 mL
  • $4.96 / Bottle
  • $29.76 $26.78/ Case of 6
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White | Italy, Piedmont | 750 mL
  • $18.96 / Bottle
  • $227.52 $204.77/ Case of 12
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Red | Spain, Penedès | 750 mL
  • $21.96 / Bottle
  • $263.52 $237.17/ Case of 12
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Red | Italy, Lombardy, Valtellina | 750 mL
  • $39.96 / Bottle
  • $479.52 $431.57/ Case of 12
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Red | Italy, Piedmont | 750 mL
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