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FARM TO TABLE

Pinot Noir 2017

(Victoria, Australia) $16

Earthy and soft with delightful juiciness. Inexpensive pinot is usually an oxymoron. Not this time.

87 points KM

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ANGOVE

Shiraz 2016

(McLaren Vale, South Australia) $21

Wonderfully soft texture. Lots of bold blueberry and blackberry flavors.

89 points KM

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HARDYS

“Whiskers Blake” Classic Tawny NV

(Australia) $14

Nutty, rich, silky, and irresistibly delicious. Skip dessert and have a glass of this after dinner.

87 points KM

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BERTON

“The Black” Shiraz 2017

(Limestone Coast, South Australia) $14

A peppery blackcurrant shiraz that’s long on delicious flavor. Precise and minerally.

90 points KM

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INKBERRY

“Mountain Estate” Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2017

(Central Ranges, Australia) $14

Structured with delicious red fruits. Nice tannins and lots of juiciness.

88 points KM

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JIM BARRY

“Cover Drive” Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

(Coonawarra, South Australia) $15

It’s next to impossible to find a cabernet sauvignon for $15 that actually tastes like really good cabernet sauvignon. But here’s that wine, made with Jim Barry expertise.

87 points KM

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OBERON

Sauvignon Blanc 2017

(Napa Valley, California) $18

A dry fresh sauvignon blanc with lovely melon and kiwi flavors (but no aggressive greenness).

88 points KM

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FUCHS de VIDAL

“Cuvee Especial” Reserva Cava

(Penedès, Spain) $18

A sparkling to drink this holiday—maybe even while you are cooking. Beautifully made. Lively but also round. Not as crisp as Champagne.

88 points KM

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CALCU

“Reserva Especial” Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon 2018

(Colchagua Valley, Chile) $13

Snappy, delicious, and fresh tasting with clean melon and herb flavors. Waiting for seafood.

88 points KM

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APALTAGUA

“Envero” Gran Reserva Carménère 2016

(Colchagua Valley, Chile) $16

Sleek and spicy with loads of green peppercorn notes. Terrific with grilled steak.

89 points KM