Stellina Pinot Grigio (Italy)
Italian tradition with a style in modern taste, this delicious white has a lively profile with green pear, and citrus notes. Showcasing Veneto’s classic mineral cues, there is balance to this Grigio’s broad, fleshy palate. An easy match with seafood and picnic fares
Super Duper Alexander Valley Chardonnay (California)
I know, interesting name, this Alexander Valley Chardonnay is terrific with lush and mouthwatering flavors of Meyer lemon and tropical fruits. The richness of oak aging adds notes of vanilla layered with buttery tones. Wonderful to enjoy on its own or paired with roasted chicken and creamy pasta dishes.
6 Furlongs Red (Washington)
Lush, ripe plums, red currants, black cherries, and a hint of dried roses and herbs on the nose are balanced by acidity and tannin's that are smooth and graceful, not overbearing. Rich on the palate and long on the finish, the overall effect shows balance and finesse.
Rey de Copas Viura (Spain)
A fresh and fruity white from the Eastern part of La Mancha. Clear and bright with light green tones, aromas of apple, citrus fruits and sweet sensations of banana. Fresh on the palate and well balanced with a lingering finish. Try with fish, salad or a light pasta dish. Also great as an aperitif!
Altos Las Hormigas Tinto (Argentina)
From one of Mendozas masters of Malbec comes this fresh and juicy blend of Malbec, Bonarda, and Semillon. That’s RIGHT! A little white wine (7%) is blended to add aromatic lift and texture to the brambly blackberry and cassis flavors provided by the ripe red varietals. 90 points James Suckling
Honoro Vera Monastrell (Spain)
Spicy, savory and robust, this Monastrell (Mouvedre) bursts from the glass with aromas of blackberry and marionberry. Lush and layered, with a sturdy construction and steady balance. The hearty tannins and proper acidity on display here long
Leziria White (Portugal)
It’s a wine with yellow pale color and tropical fruit aromas, soft and well balanced on the mouth, good acidity and fresh on the finish. This wine begs for fresh foods with an herbal note. Try Vietnamese fresh rolls, cucumber dill salad or pair with Sushi!
Rio Madre Rosé (Spain)
100% Garnacha from Spains most famed wine region, this Rioja Rosado has the stuffing to pair with a wide range of foods and the sophistication to be enjoyed on its own. It’s cheerful pink, bright color clues you in on the fruity, fresh tastes and aromas that await. Notes of strawberries, jelly beans, watermelon and bing cherry along with a subtle savoriness in the long, dry finish.
Terre Antiche Montepulciano d’Abruzzo (Italy)
A “go-to” when looking for that easy-going red to pair with aneveryday pizza or chicken saltimbocca…this classic Italian red deftly combines rustic charm and expressive fruit. The soft tannins enveloping the finish are preceded by enticing aromas of violets and tastes of tart cherry pie, robust herb, tobacco and dried berry all woven together by the brisk acidity.
Terranoble Sauvignon Blanc (Chile)
Pale yellow color with greenish tones. Granny smith apple and lemon aromas. Hints of peach…fresh with a balanced acidity, medium structure and permanence in the mouth. Ideal as an aperitif in summer with seafood and fish!
Tilia Bonarda (Argentina)
Ripe dark fruit aromas with hints of violet and anise give way to a juicy wine with black raspberry and black plum flavors along with notes of black pepper. The finish is soft with velvety tannins. Pair this wine with the strong or earthy flavors. Think red meat, game or mushrooms.
The Curator White (South Africa)
This blend is grown in the Swartland region on the West Coast of Southern Africa. Chenin Blanc is the backbone and structure of this blend. Great texture and aromas of dried peaches and apricots and ripe citrus with Viognier to complete the canvas with a touch of spice.
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.
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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.