Bauhaus creator and owner Uwe Boll is never shy when it comes to talking about great wine. Here are his latest wine recommendations from the Bauhaus cellar:
Bauhaus is in the process of importing a wide variety of wines from around the world. In particular, I am thrilled to announce the upcoming import of red wines from Burgenland, Austria. As you can imagine, I am very passionate about great wine and have personally sampled every wine on our list. It is very important to me that our list has fair pricing to ensure everyone is able to enjoy a beautiful glass of wine with their meal. It is for this reason that we have decided to offer our more exclusive, higher priced wines by the glass. My personal red wine picks include the Montes Alpha, Cabernet from Chile ($60/bottle) and the Clos de Los Siete, Malbec from Argentina ($56). These entry-level wines have the class of a much more expensive bottle. Moving bigger, you have to try the classics from Italy: Luce ($196), Tignanello ($210), Sassicaia ($390) and Ornellaia ($410). If you're looking for more local wine, try a bottle of Maestoso ($270) from Canada, or any of the following Californian wines: Shafer, Merlot ($194), Dominus ($330) and Phelps Insignia ($520). Finally, we also have the A-list classics for you to enjoy: Cheval Blanc, Chateau Latour, Chateau Margaux, Chateau Lafite and a 100 Parker Points Montrose.