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.
Cantina Colli Euganaei Rosso (Italy)
A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and the native Raboso Veronese, offers deep red reflections on a ruby tinged wine with intense hints of red and black berries. This wine is dry, full-bodied, and embracing. Try with a deep-dish pepperoni & mushroom pizza, a lamb burger, or steak salad with spring greens.
Stonewood Merlot (California)
This California Merlot makes it easy to enjoy good wine every day. Fruit forward with lots of red and black berry fruits, nice mocha notes and a pleasant hint of oak with a smooth finish, it's perfect with most Italian dishes, stews, and grilled foods.
Capel Vinos Castillo de Corzo (Spain)
This bold and lush red blend is from Centra Spain in the La Mancha region. Wines from this region have a tell-tale note of roasted flavors. Try with dishes based on roasted peppers, tomatoes' and paprika.
Lindemans Bin 50 Shiraz (Australia)
Aromas of vanilla, liquorice, dark berry fruits with a hint of peppery spice, while the full bodied palate shows blackcurrant, plum and vanilla flavors supported within a soft tannin structure that makes this wine immediately approachable. Enjoy with roasted leg of lamb and hard cheeses.
Topo Tinto From Casa Santos Lima (Portugal)
This super fun wine is characterized by its aromatic exuberance, with notes of red fruits and vanilla. In the mouth it is fruity with velvety notes of red ripe fruits, balanced by spice, chocolate, and just a hint of oak. An elegant wine with soft tannins and a fruity finish.
Blackberet Grenache-Syrah (France)
Made in the style of the sun-drenched Rhones, this wine will seduce you with its rich, luscious fruit, pepper, spice aromas and soft tannins. 80% Grenache, 20% Syrah,. Deep red colour with purple fringe. Intense aromas of vanilla, coffee, red fruit, spice and herbs. A lush and rich palette with soft tannins, lingering dark fruit flavors and excellent length..
Esk Valley Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand)
Marlborough New Zealand. Crisp and refreshing wine that can be enjoyed by itself or paired a cheese plate or with seafood. Lots of grapefruit and lime on the pallet leaves you wanting another glass.
Alianca Vinho Verde (Portugal)
With its effervescent personality and fun, fruity nature, the Alianca Vinho Verde is made for sipping on the porch in Spring! Intense aromas and flavors of limeade, grapefruit, gooseberry and lemon zest lead to a dry, zesty, slightly spritzy finish that make it a great complement to fish tacos, ceviche, or sushi.
Seven Falls White (Washington)
Coming from the Wahluke slope - a blend Roussanne, Viognier, and Marsanne similar to Rhône Style white wines. Bright and aromatic with notes of fresh peaches, apple blossoms, and Asian pear. The wine has great acidity and will pair nicely with fish and some spicy foods.
Deuboeuf Beaujolais Rose Nouveau (France)
Crisp, fresh and thirst-quenching, Beaujolais Nouveau Rosé has notes of white peach and citrus. Perfect to serve as an aperitif with fresh fruit and cheese or with a slice of pie for dessert.
La Playa Chardonnay (Chile)
Fresh tropical fruit aromas combine with floral and honeyed notes with ripe citrus fruits. This Chard is a fresh, medium-bodied wine balanced by delicious acidity. Serve chilled as an aperitif, this is also good with white meats, fish and seafood, creamy risottos, and lightly spiced asian fusion.
Wolftrap White (South Africa)
A bold nose entices with its abundance of nectarine, peach melba, and stewed apple aromas with delicate whiffs of lemon meringue. The white peach character of the nose follows through onto the mid-palate with flavors of lemon verbena, quince, and chives. The palate is soft, smooth, and medium-bodied yet with vibrant, integrated acidity. The wine has a slightly spicy finish with hints of nettles, flint, and preserved lemons.
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