Torre Oria Reserva (Spain)
Wild fruits, with spicy notes, and vanilla. The palate is full-bodied, with long persistent overtones. Aromas of fruits with sweet tannin ripeness and integrated into the structure of the wine, which gives it an elegance and long finish. Ideal with grilled red meats, and aged, hard, Spanish sheep cheeses. Serve with savory pork loin.
La Playa Sauvignon Blanc (Chile)
Savory, grapefruit custard and pear aromas lead to juicy melon and tropical fruit flavors. Satiny, bright, medium-bodied and smooth, this is an attractive Chilean Sauvignon Blanc with nice balance and varietal character. Enjoy on its own or with Sautéed Rockfish with Plantains, Tikka Masala, or Chicken Fajitas.
Kiona Riesling (Washington)
A slightly spicy finish puts an exclamation note on the end of this delightfully charming and utterly gulp-able Columbia Valley Riesling. The exotic floral aromas combine with the pear and apricot flavors to provide a perfect complement to Asian cuisine that with a kick.
San Vito Montepulciano D’Abruzzo (Italy)
Full, round, and well structured, this Montepulciano shows notes of blackberry, cassis, mild plum, dark cherry. With finely balanced tannins, this wine is a wonderful example an Abruzzo table wine at a remarkable price! An excellent pairing with any rich pasta dish, grilled meats, or pizza.
Labbe Pont Royal Vin de Savoie Abymes (FR)
A perfect wine for summer patios, crisp and delicious grape variety of Savoie in far Eastern France. Freshly sliced lemon, green apple, white pear, and a textbook Savoie minerality Enjoy this wine with your favorite cheese and charcuteries, grilled shrimp, and white fish.
Casal Garcia Vihno Verde Rose (Portugal)
A pioneer in rose Vinho Verde, this producer makes a dry wine and one of the few roses from the region that really make sense. It is balanced with crisp red fruits as well as tight acidity and a shot of lemon. Drink now.
Ca Donnini Pinot Grigio (Italy)
The nose boasts honey, pears and wildflowers. Super crisp, hints of minerality, and oh so refreshing! Throw some chicken on the grill and serve it with vine ripened tomatoes, creamy burrata cheese, basil and a drizzle of Italian olive oil.
Round Hill Cabernet (California)
Deep ruby-colored in the glass this wine exhibits aromas of blackberry, ripe cherry, and mocha. Flavors of red plum, tobacco, and caramel coat the tongue. Its balanced acidity, soft tannins, smooth finish, and excellent value make it very easy to open a second bottle. Perfect with pasta, or anything served at a backyard barbecue.
Pulpit Rock Chenin Blanc (South Africa)
Chenin Blanc is one of South Africa’s most popular white grapes and for good reason. With tropical fruit aromas, Bartlett pear and ripe melon flavors, and a rich, full mouthfeel, this fun white over delivers. Perfect with summer salads and a pile of Dungeness crab.
Astica Malbec (Argentina)
Astica really hit it out of the ball park with their Malbec. Such a pure expression of this Argentinian varietal. Plump and juicy red berries, hints of mocha and spice, and soft supple tannins. This wine makes me think of a 5 spice Peking duck bun! Perfect with any Asian fare.
Oxford Landing Chardonnay (Australia)
This Chardonnay is pale straw green in color. Aromas of yellow peach, ripe nectarines with accents of wild honey and hints of lemon myrtle. Balanced acidity gives the wine a refreshing finish. This is perfect with grilled vegetables, salads, fresh white fish, and fruit and cheese dishes.
Cap Leon Veyrin Petit Leon Rouge (France)
The Cap Leon Veyrin Petit Leon Rouge is a blend of Merlot, Cabernet, and Petite Verdot. It has just enough tannins as well as generous black-plum and spice flavors that pair perfectly with grilled burgers with Bleu cheese, Portobello mushrooms, and bacon wrapped steaks.