Reminders of almond and damp hay work well. The flavors have a medium-bodied and dry effect. Impressions of nectarine, orchard fruit and fresh lemon. We suggest having this wine with chicken scaloppini, chilled shrimp or pancetta.
From Bierzo, Spain, made by Abad Dom Bueno.
Be reminded of almond, lemon shavings, dry grass and lilac flowers. Made by Emilio Lustau out of Jerez, Spain. Dry wine that includes a medium body. On the palate, you will find chalk and tart citrus. Pair this one with camembert cheese or raw oysters. (Alcohol 17% by volume.)
The winery is Leeuwin from Margaret River, Australia. Discover smells like Golden Delicious apple and caramelized butter. Mingling of ripe pineapple. A dry wine with a full body. Thinking of a meal that includes Hollandaise sauce, sea bass or veal scaloppini? Complement it with this wine.
Scented by red apple, nutmeg, orange blossom and toast. The winery is Davis Family Vineyards from Russian River Valley, California. The flavors create a full-bodied and dry effect. A mix of ripe pineapple, creme brulee and flan. Our sommelier recommends pairing this Chardonnay with yam, salmon or broiled lobster.
Find scents like plantain and red apple. Detect flavors of poached pear and ripe pineapple. This Chardonnay is floral and crisp to taste. Wine experts suggest pairing this Chardonnay with cold beef or deglazes of Marsala. The winery is Foxglove from Central Coast, California.
The experience of tasting this luscious Sauvignon Blanc begins with a complex, mouthwatering aroma of golden delicious and honey crisp apples accented with crème brulée and sweet Meyer lemon. Sophisticated mineral notes appear as the wine opens. An underlayment of lychee fruit, ripe pineapple and white peach then follows. The rich palate is finely tuned, with an excellent, refreshing balance.
Reminders of red apple and green apple. From Monterey, California, made by Morgan. A wine that is full-bodied and dry. Impressions of ripe pineapple are exposed. Planning dishes such as grouper, sauteed shellfish or classically savored Italian dishes? Pop the cork on this one!
Made by Remi Jobard in Burgundy, France. Observe characteristics of orchard fruit, tangy pineapple and creme brulee reveal themselves. A dry wine with a full body. This Chardonnay brings out the best in such foods as pasta with a white sauce, portabella mushrooms or pork loin.
Uncover flavors of cinnamon and creamy pudding. A wine that is medium-bodied and dry. This Chardonnay goes nicely with wilted greens, teriyaki or spinach salad. Aromas of yellow apple, nutmeg, apple blossom and green pear work nicely. Joseph Drouhin makes it in Burgundy, France.
Villa Wolf Gewürztraminer is clean, fruity and wonderfully light on its feet. It shows off the aromatic charm of the variety with the deliciously juicy texture and a delicate aroma of spice and fresh roses. Pairs well with white meats, such as chicken sate, as well as salads and quiche.
If you like bouquets of honeydew, almond and blemished apple, give this one a try. Terredora di Paolo makes it in Campania, Italy. Features of dry earth and lemon preserves. The flavors generate a medium-bodied and dry feel. Such foods as grilled swordfish, sturgeon or escolar, white meat or citrus butter sauces pair well with this wine.
Aromas like tart apple, almond, lemon zest and nectarine. Citrus fruity and crisp. A pleasing dry wine with a medium body. Meals that include dried herb mixture, cooked clams or rotisserie chicken would go well with this wine. From Marches, Italy, produced by Tavignano.
The producer is Ken Forrester from South Africa. Reminders of damp earth, honeysuckle and papaya. Dry wine that has a medium body. Your palate might detect preserved pear and peach preserves. Experience this one with cheddar cheese, teriyaki or creamy cheese.
This “rebellious” chardonnay from Washington State is sure to add a little fun to your evening! Produced on the principle that certain 100 point rating systems are archaic and misleading, this sustainably-produced wine lets the flavors of apricot, pineapple, and ripe red apple speak for itself! A great wine with chicken or fish, but better with a group of great friends who really understand what wine is all about!
If you enjoy aromas of mushrooms, strawberry, clove and ripe cherry, take this one home. The winery is Drew Family Cellars from Anderson Valley, Mendocino, California. A wine that is medium-bodied and dry. Features of red fruit and bitter cherry. Thinking of ground corn meal, duck or ham? Pick up this wine.
See characteristics of flan and red fruit reveal themselves. This wine is full-bodied and dry. Pair this one with dark meat sauces or red wine reductions. Blends of black plum, browned butter and sugar and blackberry jam. Tikal makes it in Mendoza, Argentina.
You can discern tastes of rare steak and custard. A wine that is medium-bodied and dry. You might enjoy this Pinot Noir with cooked potato, deglazes of Marsala or serrano. Aromas of gooseberry and strawberry. From Cotes de Nuits, France, produced by George Mugneret.
Its aromas will make you think of fresh raspberry sauce, cola, purple flowers and baking spices. The producer is Cristom from Willamette Valley, Oregon. A dry Pinot Noir with a full body. Tastes of creamy pudding and red fruit preserves. Nice food pairings include duck confit, grilled veal chops or roasted veal chops.
This vibrant red wine from the Jumilla region in Southern Spain is 100% monastrell and makes a great everyday wine! Characteristics of rich fruit, licorice, chocolate, and dark violets abound. Medium-bodied. Try this with one spicy food, or your favorite easy dinner!
This Syrah from Owen Roe is a true crowd-pleaser! Made from rich, juicy fruit grown in Washington state, this wine is a steal for the quality it delivers. Featuring great spice, dark purple hues, and flavors of bright fruit, this wine could be paired wine with baby-back ribs, your favorite burger, or a hearty stew!
Jam Jar is sweet perfection and a wonderful treat from South Africa. A Fresh juicy shiraz packed with ripe flavors of blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. Best served slightly chilled, it makes a perfect partner for bacon cheeseburgers, soft cheeses and desserts.
Luscious, fruity goodness in every sip.
This mencia from the famed Palacios family in Bierzo, Spain, is a rich dark wine with notes of dark red raspberry, blood plums, and ripe boysenberry. This is all intermingled with hints of dried rose petals, damp earth, and subtle notes of smoke and oak. We recommend this wine with roasted pork and Spanish rice.
This nice table wine from the south of France features warm notes of citrus on the nose, followed by comlex amber accents of honey and toasted bread. This full-bodied wine is great as an apertif, but also goes well with fish, poultry, and pork.
This Pinot Noir from the south of France is medium bodied and dry, with notes of blackcurrant jam and strawberries. Also notice hints of well intergrated oak.
This Northern Italian wine is dry and fruity, with notes of melon, peach, papaya, and sweet lemon. Medium-bodied. This wine goes well with chicken, fish, and pork dishes, as well as mildly spicy foods.