In the spring of 2014, PJWine visited Campania, home to the volcanic ruins of Pompeii, the Amalfi coast and… Aglianico, the “Barolo of the south”. We made a little video about the experience. Check it out now!
Out of dozens of pinot noirs we blind tasted in 2012 this was our #1 pick for a sub $15 pinot. Well, in 2013 it's even better. Get it while it's hot!
A peppery, full bodied yet silky smooth, dark red that overflows with graphite, leather, sagebrush, and lavender. It’s classic yet decadent, a combo we don’t usually find in… well, in any wine…. ever. This drinks like an awesome Chateauneuf du Pape but at half the price!
Taste the wine that was the highlight of our most recent Spanish buying trip. An age worthy, ready to drink wine that hits the sweet spot for traditional Riojas under $20.