We all have our favorite go-to wines. If you’re looking to try out something new, here are our three East End picks from Wine Enthusiast’s September Buying Guide.
While 16 months in French barriques lends roundness of mouthfeel, there’s hardly any oak embellishment here. Instead, this wine offers a showcase of perfumed, concentrated black cherry and berry that shines through. It’s rich and mouthfilling, yet impeccably structured, with a long, delicately tannic finish.
While delicate in body, this elegantly perfumed wine bursts with zesty citrus and crisp honeydew flavors. It’s vivacious, cutting and fresh yet persistent through a long, slightly chalky finish.
Sweet-tart red cherry and raspberry flavors cling lusciously on the palate of this dry yet buoyantly fruity wine. It’s easy-quaffing yet elegant, marked by vibrant cranberry acidity on the finish.
To see the rest of the Wine Enthusiast September reviews of LI wines, click here.
On Sundays, bring your favorite bottle of wine into Bistro 72 and enjoy it with your meal free of a corking charge.