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Closeout Sale Mastroberadino of Campania: Falanghina, Agliancio and Taurasi

Closeout Sale Mastroberadino of Campania: Falanghina, Agliancio and Taurasi

Most of you familiar with Italian wines have inevitably come across the great Mastroberadino family, the kings of Campania. They own territory up and down, with some of the most interesting wines out there. The higher end Taurasi are true collectors items and the prices today––considering––are amazing! 

All wines will be available this week for shipping or in-store pick up
15% off any 12 below!  

2018 Mastroberardino Falanghina Del Sannio

Original Price: $22.99
Sale Price: $14.99
Gorgeous aromas of pineapples and exotic citrus fruits.  White flower galore and a punch of butty undercoating. Zesty, fresh, persistent with good honeysuckle on the palate and freshness on the palate.

2018 Mastroberardino Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Rosso 
Original Price: $22.99
Sale Price: $14.99
The name of this wine is rooted in a legend. According to the story, God cried when he found a corner of Heaven stolen by Lucifer and where his tears fell, there grew the grapes that make Lacryma Christi, translated as "tears of Christ." Made from 100% Piedirosso grapes grown in volcanic soil near Mount Vesuvius and fermented in stainless steel, this is a unique red wine that is youthful, but substantial.Intense ruby-red in color, aromas of cherries and red fruit underscore notes of plums, raspberries, and black pepper.  Refined tannins and good acidity make this wine rich without being overpowering.

2018 Mastroberardino Mastro Campania Aglianico
Original Price: $17.99
Sale Price: $12.99
An Aglianico for $13? Stop the madness! Typical Aglianico notes of dark cherry, and spice, but the alive qualities here are pretty vivid and fresh. 

2017 Mastroberardino Redimore Irpinia Aglianico 
Original Price: $28.99
Sale Price: $17.99
Higher end, single vineyard Aglianico compared to the other one. Pressed violet, red berry and underbrush lead the nose. The savory polished palate delivers raspberry, red cherry and cinnamon alongside velvety tannins and fresh acidity. 

2014 Mastroberardino Radici Taurasi Riserva 
Original Price: $79.99
Sale Price: $48.99
JS 93 Points: Rather complex, earthy nose with fine blue fruit and some delicate hints of spice. Richly textural palate that’s not at all heavy, the finish long and generous with a delicate hint of sweetness. Drink or hold.

2009 Mastroberardino Villa Dei Misteri Pompeiano Rosso
Original Price: $209.99
Sale Price: $119.99
90% Piedirosso & 10% Sciascinoso. Naturally the soils on the archeological site of Pompeii are volcanic with a sandy texture. The exposure is mainly directly South at an altitude of 50 metres a.s.l. The vines are trained with a 'Vigna a Palo', according to the ancient Roman training method. The grapes are harvested by hand at the end of October. After a long maceration on the skins, the grapes are fermented at controlled temperatures in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then refined in French oak barriques for 12 months with a further 5 years in bottle.

2015 Mastroberardino Stilèma Taurasi 
Original Price: $174.99
Sale Price: $104.99
96 Points Winemag: Wild berry, underbrush, tilled earth, leather and blue flower aromas shape the nose of this fragrant, stunning red. The newest Taurasi addition to the firm's already impressive line up, this is focused, terroir-driven and loaded with finesse. It delivers flavors of juicy wild cherry, crushed rasperry, blood orange, star anise and tobacco, framed in lithe, polished tannins and fresh acidity. While already enjoyable, it will also age well for years. Drink through 2030

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