Las Liebres Bonarda (Argentina)
A fresh, bright and crowd-pleasing expression of Bonarda (called Deuce Noir in Italy or Charbono in California), this luscious red from Argentina is made up of 100% Estate fruit carefully fermented in stainless steel before finishing in cement vats. Fine-grained tannins and a soft palate compliment the easy going nature of the grape.
Cassagnoles Blanc Fizz (France)
You just can’t go wrong with this wine. Deliciously light sparkly with bright tropical fruits and pink grapefruit. Fresh and amazingly satisfying. A great aperitif.
Lindemans Shiraz (Australia)
This Shiraz features aromas of vanilla, dark berry fruits with a hint of peppery spice, while the palate shows blackcurrant and plum flavors supported within a soft tannin structure in this full bodied wine. This would pair well with a Beef Wellington with a peppercorn sauce or a Dijon crusted Lamb chop.
Il Bastardo Sangiovese (Italy)
Nothing beats Il Bastardo for real-deal Tuscan Sangiovese for a great price. Classic earthen cherry and red berry notes with a smooth, fruit-filled finish. This Medium-bodied red really hits the spot with tomato based pastas, pizza and savory pork sausages.
Garnacha de Fuego Rose (Spain)
The two leading wine publications both awarded this outstanding Rose 90 points; Robert Parker even went so far to call it, “my pick as a top value in dry roses from around the world.” Delicate cranberry, pomegranate and strawberry aromas and flavors dance over a surprisingly lush texture and extended dry finish.
Clos desLumieres Roughe (France)
Grenache is one of the most widely planted red wine grape varieties in the world and the backbone in many favorite wines found in the southern Rhone valley and large areas of Spain where it flourishes in the hot, dry climates found in these regions. The Lumieres Grenache is unoaked and therefore a very flexible food wine. With soft, light tannins and a deep core of spicy, berry flavors, this wine would pair nicely with beef, lamb, rabbit and game birds.
La Capra Chenin Blanc (South Africa)
A fresh, stony style, with green almond, pear skin, fennel and green apple notes that unwind pleasantly. Pairs beautifully with all kinds of fresh seafood, including tuna tartare, dishes with avocado, fish and chips, smoked salmon, and salads with pears or apples would also make lovely pairings. An ideal springtime sipper.
Santa Rita 120 Pinot Noir (Chile)
Wow! The staff really liked this one, tastes like a good Pinot Noir. Bright garnet color with aromas of dried cherry and cranberry that carries through to the palette with expansive character showing good weight and a lasting finish.
Vila Santa Loios Tinto (Portugal)
Loios is a wine produced in the Alentejo region, located in the south of Portugal. Its name originates from the title given in the 15th century to the members of the ancient Priest Congregation of St. John Evangelist, known simply as Loios. Loios monks have always had a deep connection to the history of Alentejo, especially to its wines. This easy drinking red shows an intensely fruity aroma with herbal undertones. Soft and easy going, it is able to complement almost any cuisine. Perfect with BBQ, and Tapas.
Baron de Funes Old Vine Garnacha (Spain)
Old vine Garnacha and Syrah from the Carinena region of Spain. A nose of ripe red fruit and a touch of leather and earth. The palate is full and rich with flavors of red fruit, baking spice and touch of minerality. The tannins are soft and integrated leading into a long finish. Perfect wine to pair with grilled meats and great friends.
For a Song Chardonnay (Washington)
Sourced from a single vineyard, Caliche Lake Vineyard in the Ancient Lakes region of Washington State. This is a very unique area, surrounded by the Cascade Foothills and the Columbia River to the west, and craggily shaped series of lakes to the north-hence the name Ancient Lakes. Golden Delicious apples, Asian pear, white flowers, and lemon curd show themselves on the nose. With flavors of white peach, lychee and plenty of lemon zest.
Bouchon Cabernet Sauvignon (California)
Are you kidding? A Cali Cab that's yummy, complex and doesn't cost major bucks? Yes! The Bouchon California Superiore Napa Cab is one of those finds! This classic, light opaque colored wine fits the bill. It's classically proportioned for the grape variety with nicely concentrated black currant juice, mint leaves, hints of spice box, and sweet fruit-driven minerality. This wine is immediately soft, with finely crushed black fruit and some measure of wood going into the light-bodied midpalate, and then that nice fruit-driven minerality kicks in again through the fine finish, leaving a pure taste of classic cassis at the end. Want a good grilled burger wine while watching your favorite sports or movie? This is it!
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