Domaine de Pepouy (Sauvignon Blanc), Côtes de Gascogne, France
Family estate since the 17th century, located in Gascony in Southwest France, this wine is lively and citrusy. White peaches, apricot and white flowers abound. Crisp and minerally. Perfect all year round as an aperitif, with oysters and lobster mac’n chese.
Sposato (Malbec, Bonarda, Cab Franc), Mendoza, Argentina
Harvested early gives this wine faint red color, clean and bright. Aromas of red fruits, citrus and elegant exotic fruits. Acidity on the finish will brighten any dish.
Nein Lives (Riesling), Germany
Gentle and sweet, this wine also has style and substance and just enough sass to keep her honeyed notes refreshing rather than over-the-top.
Pedroncelli (Chardonnay), Sonoma County, California
Aromatic meyer lemon zest and honey notes lead to flavors of golden delicious apple with a bit of tropical fruit and hint of grassiness. The blend of the two Chardonnay lots adds both fruit forward qualities and toasted oak complexity.
Mosby (Pinot Grigio), Santa Barbara, California
This classic example of Pinot Grigio is characterized by aromas of ripe pear and citrus, followed by a clean, herbal finish. Complex enough to enjoy with fried calamari, or Gorgonzola penne pasta.
Yalumba (Viognier), South Australia
This very approachable wine shows flowers, stone fruit, peach and tropical fruit. Wonderful minerality yet rich 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.
Paso A Paso (Tempranillo), Spain
From the hand harvested grapes selected from the best vines to be found in the central plateau to the hands-on diligence of the winemaker, this wine shows balanced fruit, spices and robust aromas. This is your stew and barbeque wine.
Jaume (Côtes Du Rhône), France
Aromatic and racy with powerful, pure fruit. Bursting with ripe, red fruit. Lovely aromatics with powerful fruit and hints of spice, cocoa and licorice. Supple and rich, this is a splendid example of a CDR.
Castello Trebbio (Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo), Italy
This Chianti Superiore comes from a family vineyard that was built in 1184 by the Pazzi family. The Trebbio wines first received international recognition in Philadelphia. Traditional oak aging.
Petite Petit (Petite Sirah, Petit Verdot), California
Deep purple with tons of complexities. This is a BIG wine so don’t be put off by the name. Lush, rich raspberry and caramel flavors…jammy, Terrific with grilled meats, meatloaf and lamb.
Fred’s Red (Syrah, Zinfandel), California
McNab Ridge’s Doggone Good Wine! Clear ruby color and luscious aroma of mixed blackberries, blueberries, cherries and black currant. The flavor is juicy and fresh, with great structure and a long finish. Suited to be drunk early, yet can be held for a year or two.
Sposato (Malbec), Mendoza, Argentina
This Malbec is a deep purple color. It exhibits a high intensity on the nose and a palate of black fruits, raspberries and violets.
**We recommend chilling all of your reds down to 60-64 degrees before serving.
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