Arrumaco (Rosé of Garnacha), Spain
Beautiful rosy color with delightfully fresh aromas of strawberry followed by flavors of berries, ending crisp and refreshing.
Lander Jenkins (Chardonnay), California
Bouquet of lemon zest, lemon cheesecake and Key limes. The palate is honeydew melon, Key lime pie and a hint of hazelnut. Crisp acidity and a rich smooth mouthfeel.
Wolftrap (Viognier, Chenin Blanc, Grenache Blanc), South Africa
Fruit blossom, spices and almond flavors, followed with a well-textured palate with nice weight and a rounded finish.
Burgans (Albarino), Spain
Smoky peach and pear aromas are brightened by dusty minerals and lemon pith. Deep expansive tangerine, nectarine and poached pear are nicely lifted by white pepper.
Domaine du Pere Caboche (Sauvignon Blanc), Vaucluse, France
Pretty pale yellow in color with hints of green and gold and floral aromas, typical of the Sauvignon grape. Dry and full bodied.
Dr. Loosen (Riesling), Mosel Valley, Germany
Off-dry with all that peach fruit character you have grown to love. Reach for this any time you’re in the mood for a fresh, fruity white with a touch of sweetness. Enjoy with all Asian spicy cuisine!
Santa Julia (Cabernet Sauvignon), Argentina
Notes of black pepper and black currants with soft tannins. Perfect match for casseroles, hearty stews and hard cheeses.
LaPosta Tinto (Malbec, Bonarda, Syrah), Argentina
This blend is fruity with raspberry, mocha, and spice. Very approachable. Medium bodied to sip alone or with all of your favorite Fall meals.
Cono Sur (Pinot Noir), Chile
Voluptuous with rich red fruit notes. Add flowers, violets and a subdued earthiness. Balanced and new world styled. This is a wine of personality and flair.
Pizzella (Malbec), Argentina
Dense, dark berry with sandalwood & spice. Complex structure with great backbone. Mineral tannins yet full bodied. Created by 4th generation vintner Laura Catena. Taste the family pride.
Chateau Fage (Merlot, Cabernet, Petit Verdot, Malbec), Graves, France
Garnet in color, offering intense aromas of cherries and currant fruits. Firm tannins, and an earthy finish. A Wall Street Journal featured wine.
Wanted Zin (Zinfandel), Puglia, Italy
Jammy and round, just what you would expect from an Italian 75-year Old Vine Zinfandel. Gorgeous from nose to finish. You know you want it!
**We recommend chilling all of your reds down to 60-64 degrees before serving.
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