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to be Released in 2019-2020


Terremoto Tempranillo, Spain

(Available December 2019)

Tasting Notes

The Tempranillo grape's thick skin gives the wine a deep ruby color and moderate tannins. Medium-bodied and savory, Terremoto Tempranillo has flavors of cherry, dried fig and cedar, with hints of leather and spices.

Food Pairings

Pair with braised meats, chorizo sausage or roasted eggplant.

Sweetness: Dry
Body: Medium
Oak: Medium
Alcohol: 13.5%


Pecorino Pinot Grigio, Italy

(Available January 2020)


Pinot Grigio was originally established as Pinot Gris in Burgundy and although most famous in Alsace, France, made its way to Switzerland in the 1300s and eventually to Northern Italy where Pinot Grigio was born. Today it is Italy's most popular grape. Pecorino has a bit of a different history; thought to be extinct in the mid-20th century, it was rediscovered in the 1980s by a local producer who then took cuttings and propagated them resulting in this grape's resurgence.

Tasting Notes

Blending Pinot Grigio, the most popular Italian white wine grape, with the lesser-known Pecorino grape results in a delicate white wine with high acidity, lemon, lime and honeysuckle flavors, and an elegant floral aroma.

Food Pairings

Pair with steamed mussels, seafood risotto and vegetarian spring rolls.

Sweetness: Dry
Body: : Medium
Oak: None
Alcohol: 12.5%

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Pacific Quartet Red, Pacific Rim

(Available February 2020)


For our 30th anniversary, we've decided to put a spin on one of Winexpert's most popular Limited Releases ever, introducing Pacific Quartet Red! We've selected the most revered red varietals from the same regions that are featured in Pacific Quartet.

Tasting Notes

Blending California Cab, Chilean Malbec, Australian Shiraz and Washington Merlot created the most delectable, full-bodied wine. The combination results in a well-structured, tannic wine with a bouquet of blackberry and cherry. The palate offers rich berry overtones with hints of currant and dark chocolate and a toasty oak finish.

Food Pairings

Pair with rich meat and bean stews, roasted leg of lamb with rosemary or aged cheddar.

Sweetness: Dry
Body: Medium-Full
Oak: Medium
Alcohol: 13.5%

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Yolo White, California

(Available March 2020)

Tasting Notes

Fruit-forward and slightly off-dry, the palate on this wine is inviting and well-balanced. The Chardonnay contributes vibrant green apple and melon flavors. The floral aromatics come from the Muscat, and the Chenin Blanc completes the wine with citrus flavors and high acidity.

Food Pairings

Pair with mild curry dishes, baked ham, Brie and Camembert.

Sweetness: Off-Dry
Body: Light-Medium
Alcohol: 13%

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Cape Blend w/Skins, South Africa

(Available April 2020)


This exciting combination of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinotage and Grenache creates a wine that is truly outstanding and worthy of being a part of the 30th anniversary of LE!

Tasting Notes

The dark berry flavors from the Cabernet Sauvignon balance nicely with the forward spiciness from the Shiraz. Pinotage, which is a grape varietal that is unique to South Africa, provides strong tannins and smoky, earthy characteristics while the Grenache contributes aromas of leather and licorice.

Food Pairings

Together these elements offer a complex, full-bodied wine that pairs well with roasted red meats seasoned with marinades or savory herbs and aged hard cheeses.

Sweetness: Dry
Body: Full
Oak: Medium-Heavy
Alcohol: 14%