Mont Gravet (Cinsault), Pays D’Oc, France
Beautiful salmon color…fresh and fruit forward but dry. Made from Cinsault grapes sourced from beautiful hillside vineyards above the Mediterranean Sea in the south of France.
Mont Gravet (Colombard), Cotes de Gascogne, France
This delicious dry and fruit forward wine has fragrant aromas of fresh pears and peaches. Try it with a pear and fennel salad with lemon artichoke vinaigrette.
Nortico, (Alvarinho), Portugal
This crisp, refreshing white from the northern border of Portugal showcases its maritime provenance with bright citrus and stone fruit flavors wrapped with pronounced salinity and minerality. Pairs well with fresh seafood and light cheeses.
Bele Casel (Prosseco), Veneto, Italy
Grown just north of Venice in north east Italy. This wine is light and has wonderful fruit aromas, and has the lightest bit of sweetness balanced by crisp acidity.
Dr. Loosen (Riesling), Mosel Valley, Germany
An off-dry Riesling with all that peach fruit character you’ve grown to love. Reach for this entry-level Riesling any time you’re in the mood for a fresh, fruity white with a touch of sweetness.
Santa Julia (Organic Chardonnay), Argentina
Santa Julia comes to us from the Zuccardi family who produce some brilliantly flavorsome organic wines including this Chardonnay. Pale yellow with green hues, aromas of tropical fruits, green apple, pear, banana and pineapple. Honey and a hint of a citrus lead the palate of what is a medium bodied wine with a pleasant and long lasting finish.
** We recommend chilling your whites but taking them out of the fridge 30-40 minutes before serving for the flavors to open up in room temperature.
Four Vines The Biker (Zinfandel), Paso Robles, California
Hot and Jammy this is! Rich dark fruit flavors from the nose to finish…a little spice at the end to kick up all of your summer BBQs.
Fabre Montmayou (Malbec), Argentina
A great nose of red fruit and spices. The mouth-feel is lush and dense with notes of vanilla and dark chocolate. 40% of the wine is aged in French oak for 12 months adding to the complexity of the wine without overpowering the fruit flavors. The finish is clean and silky.
Marietta (Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Carignane), California
Fragrant, dense and jammy with a kick! This wine is deep purple in color, concentrated blackberry fruit and balanced by peppery spice. Food & Wine editor’s favorite and OUR # 1 SELLER!
Bastide De Beauvert (Côtes Du Rhône), France
Aromatic and racy with powerful, pure fruit. Bursting with ripe, red fruit. Lovely aromatics and hints of spice, cocoa and licorice. Supple and rich, this is a splendid example of a CDR.
The Crusher (Pinot Noir), California
Aromas of wild cherry, raspberry and toasted cedar lift out of the glass. It’s an elegant wine with silky texture and crisp acidity. Delicious flavors of boysenberry, tart cranberry and pomegranate seed marry with a faint hint of caraway in the background creating layered complexity.
Protocolo (Tempranillo), Spain
It’s deep, ripe and minty on the nose, with berry power foretelling a pure, lush palate that’s packed with berry flavors and light herbal shadings. Impressive and super tasty.
**We recommend chilling all of your reds down to 60-64 degrees before serving.
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