New Wine Arrivals at Susan’s Fine Wine and Spirits in Santa Fe

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Bell Blanc de Noirs from Sonoma

September 9, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

A new #1 sparkling wine from California’s Sonoma County, Bell Wine Cellars Blanc de Noirs is made using the traditional French method. Blending Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunièr grapes grown in cooler regions, the wine is crisp, elegant, and displays a pale blush tint. It is available for a refreshing $38.99.

Broadside Chardonnay

September 9, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

Broadside is a “reflection of place” exhibiting a wonderfully transparent expression of a growing area’s unique terroir. Wild Ferment Chardonnay shines with the saline minerality, bright acidity, and vibrant fruit from the delightful Pacific Ocean-influenced terroir of San Luis Obispo County. It presents as aromatic and flavorful with pineapple, minerals, pear, and green plum. Sourced from sustainably farmed, SIP-certified vineyards. It is fermented and matured in neutral oak and stainless steel. We’re featuring this wine at just $14.99.

New Phantom from Bogle!

September 9, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

Bogle Phantom fans, look what’s new! This chardonnay from Clarksburg has rich layers of fruit, while barrel fermentation results in a wine that deceives you with flavors of freshly baked apple pie, complete with flaky crust and vanilla ice cream. This surprising wine is just in time for autumn and is available for a deceptively low $19.99.

Saint Jacques Ultreia from Raúl Pérez

September 9, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

Raúl Pérez is one of Spain’s finest winemakers, and is regarded by many as one of the top winemakers in the world. He is intensely driven to create amazing wines. Knowing what his vineyards require to achieve their greatest potential, he succeeds in producing quality expressions of a region’s indigenous grapes. Our example is the 2015 “Saint Jacques” Ultreia from the Mencia grape of Bierzo in northwest Spain. This medium-bodied, dry wine boasts red fruit with evolving characteristics that will astound you with honest simplicity, without understating the inherent complexity. This amazing wine was a special purchase and availability is... View Article

Four Special Imports

July 4, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

We’ve just added a wonderful Italian Sauvignon Blanc, a pair of refreshing German rosé wines made from pinot noir grapes, and a classic Malbec from Mendoza, Argentina. You just won’t find a range and depth of wonderful new wines like these anywhere but Susan’s Fine Wine and Spirits.

Matthiasson’s Tendu

July 4, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

This marvelous summer thirst-quencher comes in new liter bottles. It’s a blend of three Italian red grapes grown in California’s Yolo County. This zingy, racy and vibrant summer red is perfect for summer getaways and is budge priced at $21.99.

Jason Woodbridge California Pinot Noir

July 4, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

This Cherry Tart pinot is from renowned winemaker Jason Woodbridge. It is made from 100 California Pinot Noir sourced from Monterey County, Sonoma County and Santa Barbara County. This delicious gem is modestly priced at $18.99.

Aubrey Champagne

July 4, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

We got a special deal on a delightful Champagne from the house of Aubrey. This 2008 Aubrey de Humbert is from the respected 1er Cru vineyards in the Montagne de Reims appellation. This one-time purchase is priced at $52.99.

Two French Sparklers

July 4, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

We’ve brought in two new sparkling wines from France—Antech Blanc from Limoux and Rivarose from Provence. Both are light on the palate as well as the budget, priced at $16.99. Delightful French sparking wines for under $20! Yes!

Summer Rosé

June 29, 2017 Published by | Leave your thoughts

We have an extensive selection of delightful rosé wines. Some of these wines are difficult to get and we had to order them directly from the winery, usually abroad, many months ago. So, when many of our best rosé wines are sold out, that’s it until next year. Enjoy these flavorful-yet-delicate and refreshing wines at your summer events and especially after a day in the sun when you’re back at home on your patio, relaxing in our cool evening breeze.