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Rayun Cabernet Sauvignon
(Chile) Made by Chile's leading winemaker, Alvaro Espinoza started a revolution in Chilean winemaking with his dedication to organic and biodynamic viticulture. He's won more awards than his home in the Maipo Valley can hold, and he's widely recognized as one of the leading winemakers in all of South America, let alone Chile. Rayun wines are fermented in stainless steel tanks, to preserve freshness and their fruit-forward, approachable character.

Chateau Peynaud Bordeaux Red (France) A beautifully balanced Bordeaux coming from a small producer who has never offered wine in the U.S. before. A dry, firm wine, full of tannins. The juiciness underneath promises black currant brightness. With ample acidity and a fine sense of structure, this wine is concentrated and rich.

Chateau de Calce Rousillion
(France) A beautiful purple color, powerful and complex, with developed aromas of leather and cooked fruits, finely spiced, with nuances of prunes. A long,warm, and agreeable finish. Great to pair with red meats and cheeses. 

Los Ailos
(Argentina) Opens with pretty aromas of ripe cherry and black plum. In the mouth, it's ripe and juicy with plenty of fresh black fruit, a little leather, and a nice touch of minerality. it's balanced and fresh with a spread of ripe tannin on the back, promising good things at the table.

Chateau Peynaud Bordeaux Blanc
(France) A beautifully balanced bottle of white Bordeaux coming from a small producer who has never offered wine in t
he U.S. before. Enjoy the zesty lime aromas as they intertwine with tropical fruit and a subtle grassy note, then dive right in: The palate's nice weight and clean texture supports grapefruit flavors and a bright acidity that will match well with salads and seafood.

Rayun Sauvignon Blanc
(Chile) Chile is
known for making some of the best Sauvignon Blanc in the world. Light, refreshing, citrusy and enjoyable, not as pungent as New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, and a little fruitier than French Sancerre.

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