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This pack includes 3 bottles of Due Santi Wines (1 bottle each of Cammin, 2020 Rosato, and 2019 Rosso) as well as 3 other bottles we're loving right now: Friulano, Viala, and Le Perréon. Learn more about these wines below.

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 2020 Due Santi Cammin 

Region: Italy - Lazio
Blend: 100% Merlot
Vineyard: Vines with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvigon grapes grown on the University of Dallas’ study abroad campus, located just south of Rome, Italy.





 

This is Cape Cod spritz masquerading as wine. Massive doses of cranberry and a little hint of citrus and pepper make this a perfect aperitivo. Get out the corn nuts and the Lays and pop the corks (just give it a good pull) for your next football playoff party or crush this down on Thursday when you can’t take another minute of WFH. That’s mostly how we drink it around here.

 


Region:  Italy - Lazio
Blend: Merlot
Vineyard: Vines with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvigon grapes grown on the University of Dallas’ study abroad campus, located just south of Rome, Italy.

 

 

This stands up to some of the best rosé wines on the market. Our little Merlot movie star pink wine is for those that know the reward in beginning an evening with a soft touch. But definitely want to transition into red. This wine when taken from cold to cool in 30-40 minutes becomes so many delightful things. However, with that hint of volcanic soil and the freshness of red berries we always know it is Due Santi. Our best vintage yet.

 

Societa’ Agricola Villa Varda Friuli Friulano


Region: ITALY • Friuli • Prata di Pordenone
Blend: 100% Friulano
Vineyard: Estate vineyards are planted on clay- and limestone-rich soils, unique to the region, with topsoils of gravel, the classic terroir of Grave. Vines are 35 years old.
Winemakers: Giovanni Ruzzene


 

From Italy’s white wine Mecca of Friuli-Venezia-Giulia comes one of those refreshers built for straight outta work and into the glass. You can pair this with any seafood or lighter protein. This would be delicious with anything fried.

 

2019 Due Santi Rosso


Region: Italy - Lazio
Blend: 50% Merlot 50% Caberney Saubignon
Vineyard: Vines with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvigon grapes grown on the University of Dallas’ study abroad campus, located just south of Rome, Italy.


The absolute star of the show here. We now believe (and you can print this in 3 inch headlines) that this is Lazio’s finest red wine. We will put this on the tasting table with any red wine produced in our area and we know we will show very well. This is a serious wine, with immediate gratification equal to its long aging potential. If you drink Cabernet based wines for a living (and we know many of you do) we invite you to put our Due Santi 2019 into your rotation. It is simply sublime and a significant value compared to wines in its category. Brava to our winemaker Claudia for this opus endeavor.


 

Château de Mattes-Sabran Corbières ‘Viala’

Region: FRANCE • Languedoc-Roussillon • Portel des Corbières
Blend: 60% Grenache, 20% Syrah and 20% Mourvèdre
Vineyard:  Estate vineyards are located up in the hills near the village of Portel des Corbières, on gravel-rich terraces with large quartz stones (seen most often in Châteauneuf-du-Pape), with limestone subsoils. Vine age is 30-50 years.
Winemaker: Jean-Luc Brouillat


From South of the South of France and quite a meaty and juicy red. We have been enjoying Viala with pasta and Bolognese. We also happily just drink this wine on Wednesday to celebrate the upcoming weekend. Because that’s how we roll.

Region: FRANCE • Beaujolais • Le Perréon
Blend: 100% Gamay
Vineyard: Estate vineyards cling to very steep hillsides some 1,600 to 2,000 feet above sea level, some of the highest in the region. Soils are mostly pink decomposed granite, similar to cru Fleurie. Vines are typically 40-60 years old.
Winemaker: Olivier and Bruno Bererd (brothers)


Domaine de la Madone Beaujolais-Villages ‘Le Perréon’ 2019


Beaujolais has never been better than in these warm years in France. This wine is actually more voluptuous than one might imagine, and it pairs with such an array of foods where red wine is not always the first thought: tacos, ham, tuna. But do not be fooled. If you want to grill up some cow, this wine has you covered as well.