2012 Schiopetto Sauvignon Blanc

In Sauvignon Blanc on October 29, 2014 at 1:04 pm


So extraordinary is the expression of Schiopetto’s Sauvignon Blanc that he (like most vintners in Friuli) drops the color designation and simply refers to it as “Sauvignon.”  You should, too, because this wine is going to rock your world:

 A single glass will fill the room with aromas of lemon blossom, lime peel, kaffir, flowering white peaches and freshly rained-on granite pebbles.  These elements blend seamlessly to create a wine of extravagant depth and also refined elegance.  The palate is full, with hedonistic levels of fruit contained by a brilliantly cool minerality, which wraps the entire wine down into its 60-second finish. 

Schiopetto’s Sauvignon can be drunk now. But it will also last a decade or more in your cellar, becoming more pleasurable with each passing year.

Please contact us regarding pricing and availability: 414-289-9463 or

Friday FREE Tasting: Pomerol for All

In Uncategorized on October 24, 2014 at 1:00 pm


Come shake off that long, hard workweek with some sips of sumptuous Bordeaux. Discover (or rediscover!) Pomerol with this week’s featured Chateau Gazin l’Hospitalet de Gazin. You’ll see why it’s the chateau’s hospitality wine. We’ll pour some other store favorites, too! Special prices tonight on tasted wines.  See you between 4 and 7!

For the Love of Italy: Indigenous Grapes From the Boot

In Uncategorized on October 23, 2014 at 1:33 pm

Date: Wednesday, October 29
Time: 6 pm to 7:30
Location: Waterford Wine Company
Cost: $35 per person, credited towards a six bottle purchase
Format: Seminar, RSVP required

We are mostly familiar with French grape varieties – Cabernet, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, among others.

Yet there are thousands of grape varieties in the world. And Italy alone has 2,000 indigenous varieties!

So why do should we limit ourselves? It’s time to spread our wings and take a trip down the fantastic boot that is Italian wine.  At this tasting we will tour Italy through some its most amazing – and sometimes proudly esoteric – grape varieties!