Fall Favorites: Unique Red Wines Perfect for Autumn

Fall is the perfect time to transition from drinking white and rosé wines to red wines. The fall flavors and weather call for wines that embody the earthy and mellow autumn vibes – here are our red wine picks for you this fall!

Every-Occasion Fall Reds

Always Have a Bottle at Home

Cava Urias Nemesis Nebbiolo

Cava Urias “Nemesis” Nebbiolo

Grape
100% Nebbiolo

Region
Guadalupe Valley (Mexico)

What makes it special
Super juicy and easy-drinking, this is the Mexican Nebbiolo you want to always have at home, for every occasion!

Deep magenta color with a floral bouquet, fresh hibiscus, and berries aromas and palate with subtle spices notes and medium tannins. Elegant and round.

MXN $560Join Waitlist

Felsina Lucilla Toscana IGT

Felsina “Lucilla”

Grape
Sangiovese + Merlot + Cab Sauvignon

Region
Tuscany (Italy)

What makes it special
A medium-body, very dry Italian red. Intense fruit-forward and rich mid-palate, as the Cabernet Sauvignon adds attractive layers of aromatics, while Merlot contributes weight and body.

MXN $550Add to cart

hacienda encinillas anxelin shiraz

Verónica Ortega “Quite”

Grape
100% Shiraz

Region
Chihuahua (Mexico)

What makes it special
Fragrant nose with hints of black currant, eucalyptus, and a gentle aroma of vanilla and tobacco on the finish. On the palate is fruity and expressive, with a rich and silky feeling, fresh acidity, and ripe tannins.

MXN $575Join Waitlist

Artuke Rioja

Bodegas Artuke Rioja

Grape
100% Tempranillo

Region
Rioja (Spain)

What makes it special
This is a Modern Rioja wine! Winemaker Arturo de Miguel states, when “clients taste our wine, they ought to taste our history and traditions, not a technological wine … it’s not about making the best wine in the world; we’d rather make original, unique wines.”

And, we would add, with truly extraordinary results. Notes of raspberry and juicy cherry, sappy and bright, with a thirst-quenching tang. There’s some lovely tannic build, that stops the wines just being a fruit bomb and it actually lends shape and definition to the lively finish.

MXN $500Join Waitlist

Special Fall Reds for Memorable Dinners

Veronica Ortega Quite 2021 Mencia Bierzo viñas viejas

Verónica Ortega “Quite”

Grape
100% Mencía

Region
Bierzo (Spain)

What makes it special
The Mencía grape makes some of the most versatile, crowd-pleasing, and food-friendly wines out there! Medium body, with vibrant acidity, diverse red berries, and cherries flavors, and smooth texture.

Verónica Ortega specializes in Mencía and is a rising star in the New Wave of Spanish producers. Veronica released her 1st vintage in 2012, and the reviews have been great. She was voted one of the “10 great Spanish winemakers you need to know” by Decanter Magazine in 2020, and one of the “Top 100 Wine Discoveries of 2020” by Wine Advocate.

MXN $890Add to cart

Corte Pavone Loacker Rosso di Montalcino

Corte Pavone Rossi di Montalcino

Grape
100% Sangiovese

Region
Tuscany (Italy)

What makes it special
A great wine that offers incredible value, think of it as a”baby Brunello”.

Juicy, with mouth-watering acidity. Long finish with lingering notes of leather and tobacco, this wine is a fantastic full-body, bang-for-your-buck wine!

MXN $865Add to cart

JC Bravo Carignan

JC Bravo Carignan

Grape
100% Carignan

Region
Guadalupe Valley (Mexico)

What makes it special
One of the most special Mexican wines we’ve ever tried, and it gets better every vintage.

Produced with grapes from some of the oldest vines in Guadalupe Valley (50+ years old), farmed without irrigation, and with low yields, it’s a wine that reflects the Mexican terroir like no other. A beautiful ruby red color and ripe red fruit with intense flavor with licorice and subtle baking spices. It’s on an international level: fully matured tannins, and well-balanced acidity, it can easily be mistaken for an Old World Wine

MXN $675Add to cart

Palmento Costanzo Etna Rosso Mofete

Palmento Costanzo Etna Rosso

Grape
Nerello Mescalese + Nerello Cappuccio

Region
Sicily (Italy)

What makes it special

This wine is a trip, so we suggest it if you’re ready for a challenging wine-drinking experience!

This is a ‘volcanic wine,’ meaning the vines are located in a terroir highly influenced by volcano activity – in this case, the foothills of Mt. Vesuvius. The combination of mineral and nutrient-rich, brown volcanic sands, derived from the degradation of lava deposits, and 100+ years old pre-phylloxera vines, gives it an incredible profile.

Almost translucent in color and very light on the palate but with so much flavor. Assertive but welcoming fruit, aromas reminiscent of olives and star anise as well as floral tones like violets, and a subtle acidity that keeps things moving across the palate.

MXN $890Add to cart

Rare and Remarkable Fall Reds

(for when you want to treat yourself)

Arianna Occhipinti Sicagno

Arianna Occhipinti Nero d’Avola

Grape
100% Nero d’Avola

Region
Sicily (Italy)

What makes it special
The staple wine from Arianna, the Italian producer who has all wine critics raging!

A good way to describe this wine is muscular – a muscular Nero d’Avola, meaning it packs a punch! Deep dark red, rich in extract, and powerful with aromas of dried fruit, raspberries, beetroots, and licorice; juicy and full of character.

MXN $1295Add to cart

Michel Gay et Fils Aloxe-Corton

Michel Gay et Fils Aloxe Corton

Grape
100% Pinot Noir

Region
Burgundy (France)

What makes it special

A special treat for all Burgundy and Pinot Noir wines lovers. Aloxe-Corton is a tiny denomination in Burgundy, producing elegant and rich Pinots!

The wine’s aroma suggests a spring garden with raspberries, strawberries, blackcurrants, and blackberries. The aging in the bottle gives it peony and jasmine, preserved and brandied fruits, pistachio, prune, leather, truffle, mushroom, and cinnamon. A wine to drink now or age another 10 years.

MXN $2230Add to cart

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