Passatempo Vinho Verde (Portugal)
In Portuguese, “Pasatiempo” means past time and it is a word that conjures up leisurely images and fond memories. Light, fruity and fresh, easy to drink every day. The goal of this wine is to become your past time, something easy to pop open.This wine is beautiful, with nice citrus notes, refreshing acidity, and a subtle spritz. It is light in alcohol, which makes it easy to drink, but has enough structure to pair with a variety of foods like ceviche, charcuterie, or a fresh salad.
Black Cabra Malbec (Argentina)
An excellent value for a full-bodied Malbec. "The fresh red flowers are attractive here with red berries and plums also making a fresh impression. The palate has a smooth and succulent texture and delivers fresh cassis and blueberries." James Suckling, 91 Points
Merf Chardonnay (Washington)
Smooth, rich and balanced. With flavors of fresh tropical fruits, honey, ripe citrus and vanilla, this wine has smooth oak notes with a crisp, complex finish.
Lo Nuevo Grenacha (Spain)
Intense aromas and flavors of ripe cherry, raspberry, and currant, with subtle balsamic and mineral notes that add pleasantly to the complexity. A fresh, accessible wine with lingering, bright fruit on the finish. Beautifully balanced, elegant and delicious.
Kuentz Bas Pinot Blanc (France)
A creamy lick of mellowness pairs with fresh pear fruit on the nose, before lovely tart, red-apple aromas come through. The palate has that same fresh but creamy quality, brimming with ripe, juicy pear and brisk apple. The finish is dry and refreshing. Pair with chicken Alfredo, seafood.
Valle Tritana Montepulciano (Italy)
Showing deep ruby color and the hallmark intensity of the Montepulciano grape. Notes of black cherry, blueberry, plum and violets. Medium bodied with greatbalance between soft tannins and fruit. A perfect pairing for pastas, pizza, and grilled meats.
Vina Koyle Cabernet Sauvignon (Chile)
Deep ruby red color, with a stunning array of blackcurrant, blackberry and dried herbs that are layered with hints of black tea and black pepper. This Cabernet is a full expression of the vineyard, showing a real grip of acidity and mineral notes. Tannins are solid and velvety, and come together beautifully, with a silky and balanced finish. An excellent pairing with steak, grilled meat, or rich pastas.
Brownstone Pinot Grigio (California)
Gentle flavors of crisp green apple, Meyer lemon, peach blossom, with refreshing acidity and a pleasant finish make this ideal both as an aperitif or is incredibly versatile with a wide array of fresh spring ingredients. This wine reminds us that summer will be here soon. Pair with baby lettuces and fava beans in a lemon-tarragon vinaigrette, or a Spring Pea Risotto.
Campuget Tradition Rouge (France)
70% Syrah, 30% Grenache. Garnet red color with a blue hue. No oak allows the fruit to shine. Black currant underlined with hints of spice and pepper. Firm yet smooth tannins. This wine will be great with grilled or roasted meats, especially leg of lamb. Bon appetit.
El Supremo Sauvignon Blanc (Argentina)
Soft yellow color and greenish notes. Its fruitiness evokes citrus, passion fruit, freshly cut grass and graphite. It is a young and fruity wine. Its elegance lasts pleasantly on the palate.This is a perfect pairing for sautéed halibut with garlic, parsley and lemon.
Chateau Bellevue Claribes Bordeaux (France)
Gold Medal in Concours de Bourdeaux, this is expressive with cherries, plum and red raspberries, rose petals and bordeaux dust on the nose. The medium tannins and delicious acidity balances the lush mouthfeel - there is poise and strength in this Red, pair with herbed chicken, barbecued meats, as well as hard cheeses. 70% Merlot, 20% Cab. Sauvignon, 10% Cab. Franc
Honoro Vera Rosado (Spain)
A delightful, mouth-watering blend of Syrah and Tempranillo, this deftly crafted Rose possesses a beautiful salmon color and shows hints of watermelon rind on the nose. The palate is bright and crisp with red fruit and berry notes including strawberry, cherry and finishes again with watermelon.
On rare occasions, a chosen vintage of a wine may sell out or be replaced by a new release after your order is placed. With bottles of wine listed under $15, we will not hold up an order and will simply automatically substitute the wine with the comparable vintage. Please be assured that we will only substitute with a vintage for the same type, varietal and winery.
During extreme weather during the Summer and Winter months we do recommend delaying shipments. We do not like to ship if the weather is above 85 degrees or below 32 degrees. To ensure the safety of your product we do recommend holding the shipment. We will hold in our temperature controlled facility until weather permits.
During Checkout you may Choose the Hold Until Safe and we will ship it once weather conditions are suitable
In this case, we will watch the weather closely and will remove the hold and ship your order as soon as conditions permit. The release dates will vary, and because there is no specified date for delivery, the warehouses will ship it as weather permits. If the Hold Until Safe option is released and your order is shipped, you will receive a shipping notice with the tracking number link.