14 Apr That Neuvo Nouveau: 2 New Favorites
Le Vin Qui Rap, Vin de France, $19.99
50/50 Malbec & Tannat from Cahors features dark, concentrated fruits, significant earthiness, and a grinning Graffito bunch of grapes tagging a wall with the wine he’s made.
Malaspiedras 2015, Rioja , $22.99
Billed as 99.9% Tempranillo (and one percent perspiration), Malaspiedras is named for the Bad Rocks that populate the area where the vines are grown and indeed make up much of its soil (or lack thereof). Because of the harshness of the environs and the need of the vines’ roots to dig so incredibly deep