The search for 12 wines from around the world resulted in some new finds for us. We hope you enjoy drinking them, whether you share or drink them alone (we don't judge). A great gift idea as well.
Banned Red (Washington)
The nose smells of luscious ripe fruit and the palate is a little lighter than the nose would suggest. Its ripe dark cherries, and some herbs on the finish. I think this wine is a baby and given some time to open up when the bottle opens it just continues to blossom. The finish on this wine begs you to come back and while the tannins are light, the legs go on.
Tolosa Sauvignon Blanc (California)
This wine has the signature grapefruit, green apple and lemon lime fruits that famous Sauvignon Blanc regions are known for. It’s the immediate approachability, medium body and bright acidity of this wine that also make it an exceptional wine for food.
Laya Red (Spain)
A rich, unique and lush blend of Garnacha Tintorera (Alicante Bouchet) and Monastrell, the Laya coats the glass with its opaque, dark color. On the palate notes of blackberries, brambleberries, licorice, espresso and dried herbs appear, melding into the supple, balanced finish. A natural accompaniment to grilled flank steak, braised short ribs or fajitas.
Man Family Chardonnay (South Africa)
This elegant Chardonnay has a delicate balance of fruit flavors and a light touch of oak. Pale straw in appearance, the wine has pleasing orange marmalade, pineapple, and butterscotch aromas. The palate boasts hints of citrus, lime, and stone fruit flavors. Will pair well with rich and creamy dishes, curry, poultry, and seafood
Mas Champart St Chinian Blanc (France)
Generous yet restrained, it shows layers of creaminess and tender, honeyed fruit, with pretty floral tones leading to a clean minerally finish. It will warm you up on a cold winter day just as well as it refreshes in the heat of summer.
Paisajes de los Andes Carmenere (Chile)
Intense red color with violet accents. Black fruits, pepper. rosemary, and soft violet notes stand out. Good structure, fruity with smooth but persistent tannins
Orizzonti Sangiovese (Italy)
We like to call this a "weekday wine." Intense ruby red color. It has a pleasant and persistent nose with delicate hints of violet and berry fruits. The palate is dry, full, slightly tannic, pleasant and harmonious.
Rivarey White (Spain)
This white blend is Chenin Blanc-driven, which is one of South Africa’s most promising varietals. Chenin Blanc is sometimes referred to as” Steen,” and is known for its balanced acidity and appetite-whetting aromas of pineapple, litchi, and guava. The addition of Viognier and Roussanne gives the wine an aromatic lift and a touch of richness on the palate.
Clos des Lumieres Marselan (France)
Marselan what? Marselan is a red French wine grape that is a cross between Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache and was first bred in 1961! It's very dark purple in color with intense flavors of black currant and forest floor with green pepper and other vegetable notes. Medium tannins with leather and a bit of tobacco to the mid-palate and finish. A very distinctive grape. Experience this fun wine with a freshly made pappardelle and a rabbit ragu. Do it.
Coppola Director’s Cut Merlot (California)
A wine with complexity and finesse. Aromas of plum and cherry precede flavors of currant, blackberry, and baking spices. Medium to full bodied this wine pairs well with pork and beef dishes.
12e Mezzo Pinot Grigio (Italy)
On the nose, it is fruity and ﬂoral. On the palate, ripe pear, acacia and citrus are elegant, with a distinctive mouthwatering ﬁnish. Balanced and fresh, it has a persistent ﬁnish. Perfect as an aperitif, ideal with ﬁsh salad, pasta dishes with shellﬁsh, or grilled ﬁsh.
Flaco Tempranillo (Spain)
Brilliant ruby red. A highly perfumed nose evokes ripe red berries and floral pastilles, and a hint of white pepper lends a spicy touch. Plush, seamless, and gently sweet, offering raspberry and cherry compote flavors that become more energetic on the back half. Emphatically fruity and supple in texture, finishing with just a hint of smooth, harmonious tannins
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