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What We're Drinking At Home This Week - Our Somms Share Their Dinner Table Picks, Part 4
April 8, 2020

What We're Drinking At Home This Week - Our Somms Share Their Dinner Table Picks, Part 4


In this week’s Somm picks we are featuring four superstars from around the world. The value and quality of these wines is unrivaled. From the highly acclaimed 2017 Alain Graillot Crozes-Hermitage and 2017 Olivier Leflaive Chassagne-Montrachet to the 2012 Massiglia Proprietary Red and Krug Grande Cuvee 168th Edition NV, Champagne, we know all of these wines will provide you with incredible drinking pleasure and enjoyment in the comfort of your home!

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Ferrari Brut

Wally's Price: $24

Prosecco gets all the attention when it comes to Italian sparklers, but Italy is home to many other types of bubbles. Trento DOC is one of the lesser known regions that produces bottle-fermented version, made in the same method that Champagne uses. Crafted exclusively from Chardonnay, this bottling from Ferrari is crisp and elegant with flavors of Meyer lemon, ripe Asian pear, and delicate white flowers all enveloped in creamy mousse. This is a superb blanc de blancs that won’t break the bank.
- Sunhee Park: Sommelier, Wally’s Beverly Hills

Comforting aromas of oven-baked bread and Bartlett pear waft out of the glass. On the polished, refreshing palate, a continuous perlage frames creamy yellow apple, nectarine and citrus zest alongside a hint of baking spice.

90 points - Wine Enthusiast

May 15, 2019 6:27:57 AM

2018 Rumors Rose Cotes de Provence

Wally's Price: $35

A new rose on the block and a passion project of a long time patron of Wally's. The grapes (Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah) come from vineyards founded over 750 years ago and has been producing wine ever since. Rumors is rose of depth that can work as an apéritif as well as hold it's own with anything grilled. We are proud to be the exclusive retailer in the United States of this versatile Rose.

- Matthew Turner, Chief Beverage Expert & Concierge

May 15, 2019 6:27:57 AM

2017 Mollydooker Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz

Wally's Price: $50

The Syrah grape performs well throughout the world, making beautiful, aromatic red wines from the Rhone Valley of France to the Central Coast of California. But one of its best incarnations is as Shiraz, its Australian alias. These dark, full-bodied, flavorful wines represent the powerful and opulent side of Syrah. One of the champions of this style is Mollydooker in the McLaren Vale region. Their Blue Eyed Boy is a wonder to taste! Silky in texture with mounds of ripe blueberry fruit, brandied cherries, dark chocolate and white pepper. It is a powerhouse of flavor that can be enjoyed on its own, but also makes for an ideal transition from a hearty dinner to a rich dessert. Blue Eyed Boy is both a crowd-pleaser and a showstopper.

- Robert Vardanian: Wine Director, Wally’s Santa Monica

Stylish, fragrant and supple, with dried lavender, vanilla bean and mocha notes that add richness to the core of ripe, jammy blueberry and blackberry flavors. Harmonious and creamy on the long, generous finish.

92 points - Wine Spectator

May 15, 2019 6:27:57 AM

2015 Michel Gros Vosne Romanee 1er Cru Clos Des Reas

Wally's Price: $150

This is such a beautiful and elegant Burgundy. The best part is ready to drink right now. The Clos Des Reas monopole vineyard has been in the Gros family for a century and a half and is the only 1er cru monopole in Vosne Romanee. The 2015 Clos Des Reas is ripe and fresh with notes of raspberries, cherries, currants, black tea, and roses. It is supple and smooth; it dances around on the palate offering an elegant and silky mouthfeel. It is a truly pleasurable wine which can be paired with food or simply enjoyed by itself. It is a must try for any Pinot Noir lover.

- Dustin Cassidy: Sommelier, Wally’s Beverly Hills

A smoky cast to the cherry and spice flavors and a hint of vegetal notes mark this rich red. Firm and long, with a lingering echo of smoke and spice on the finish. Best from 2023 through 2045.

94 points - Wine Spectator

May 15, 2019 6:27:57 AM

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