Though the Graffigna winery was founded in 1869, it only recently began exporting its wines. A bit tight, with good, burly black cherry and plum, this Argentine red is an unusual version of Syrah, but still a solid partner for barbecue at an invite-the-ga —James Molesworth
Bright, fruity and appealing, with pretty tropical fruit and nectarine flavors that pick up a hint of vanilla on the fresh finish. A good bottle of Chardonnay -- good price, good availability. Drink now. 750,000 cases imported.
Delivers varietal character of gunpowder and citrus flavors, finishing with an interesting twist of tangy licorice. A value from a producer upping quality in the kosher wine category. Drink now. 3,750 cases made. —James Laube