If you like scents of date, caramelized butter, black fig and hot chocolate powder, give this one a try. Aspects of cinnamon and rocky earth. A sweet wine with a full body. Foods like creamy cheese or sweet squash pair well with this wine.
From Madeira, Portugal, produced by Broadbent.
The rich and toasty character of the Blanc de Noirs is balanced and superb. Aged for two-year minimum, the palate is developed and shows rich complex flavors. The amazing berries aromas and the creamy texture play a leading role and create a great finesse.
Cossart-Gordon has been shipping from Madeira, Portugal since 1745. Find aromas like hot chocolate powder, raisin and baking spices. A nice sweet wine with a full body. You might detect lemon and rocky soil. We propose serving this wine with Roquefort, Ossau-Iraty cheese or pear desserts.
Scents of lemon zest, just-cut grass and fresh seasonings. Produced by Pascal et Nicolas Reverdy in Loire Valley, France. A dry wine with a medium body. Characteristics of chalk and yellow grapefruit. Preparing a meal that includes beurre blanc sauce? Complement it with this wine.
Rare Wine Company makes it in Madeira, Portugal. Your nose will be reminded of hot chocolate powder, raisin, roasted nuts and ripe banana. Watch flavors like fresh lemon, dry earth and soft honey reveal themselves. This wine is full-bodied and sweet. This wine complements foods like pear desserts, Bel Paese cheese or tropical fruit desserts.
Anticipate tastes of blackberry preserves and cinnamon. This wine is full-bodied and sweet. Such foods as berry topping, bitter chocolate or Stilton blue cheese pair well with it. Think of purple flowers, black fruit jam, clove and plum. Broadbent makes it in Porto, Portugal.
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.)
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.
Uncover aromas like lemon grass and green apple. Made by Domaine Servin in Burgundy, France. Features of chalk may be discovered. Floral. The flavors generate a light-bodied and dry feel. This Chardonnay goes nicely with cooked potato, spinach or Asian food.
Enjoy hints of crimson nectarine and magnolia flowers. From Southern Rhone, France, produced by Guigal. Watch flavors like nectarine, tart citrus and dry earth mix together. Dry wine that has a medium body. Cheeses such as Burrata or cheddar would match this it.
Its aromas will make you think of honeydew and green apple. Produced by Argiolas in Sardegna, Italy. Characteristics of lime shavings and white pepper. A dry wine with a medium body. Such dishes as snapper, General Tso’s chicken or acidic butter sauce pair well with this wine.
Made by Domaine William Fevre out of Burgundy, France. Reminders of lemon grass and Granny Smith apple. The flavors produce a light-bodied and dry effect. Fresh and flowery. On the palate, you will find fascinating reminders of chalk. Serve this Chardonnay with clear butter sauces, shrimp cocktail or spinach. A nice match!
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!
Aromas of ripe berry and cherry blends with a hint of new oak and dried herbs. Taste cream, raspberry jam, and black fruit. A delightful wine medium-bodied and dry. A soft front leads into a broad structured mid-palate and a long finish of ripe soft tannins. Enjoy with venison, lamb, bacon, polenta, mushrooms, or sherry sauces.
Scented by forest floor, raspberry and rose. From Maipo Valley, Chile, produced by Geo Wines. On the palate, you will find cinnamon and cast iron pan. The flavors produce a full-bodied and dry effect. You might enjoy this wine with red wine accented beef demi-glace, pan sauces accented with Marsala or creamy rice.
Made by Domaine Hatzimachilas out of Naoussa, Greece. Aromas like rose, ripe cherry, vanilla bean and blackberry. A dry wine with a full body. Features of dry earth and red berries may be discovered. Sample this wine with braised lamb, brown meat sauces or shitake mushrooms.
Made by Poderi Colla out of Piemonte, Italy. Discover smells like dark fig, dried cherry and dried raspberry. A dry wine with a full body. You will detect rare steak and dry earth. Foods such as Beaumont cheese, Parmigiano Reggiano cheese or steak would match this Nebbiolo.
Discover fascinating notes of cinnamon and black fruit. A wine that is full-bodied and dry. This wine brings out the best in such foods as veal marsala or broiled lamb. A Supertuscan blend of Sangiovese, Merlot & Syrah. Made by Antonio Sanguinetti out of Tuscany, Italy.
Charming aromas like cassis and vanilla bean. The producer is Hedges from Columbia Valley, Washington. Reveals tastes of cinnamon and blackberry jam. A wine that is full-bodied and dry. Look like an expert by pairing this one with portabella mushrooms, steak or lamb chops.
After a few minutes, you may smell vanilla bean, leather and dried cherry. You can discern tastes of rocky soil and cinnamon, as well as bell pepper and sun dried tomato. A wine that is full-bodied and dry. Pair this one with broiled lamb, creamy rice or veal marsala. The producer is Montgras from Valle de Colchagua, Chile.
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.
Blends of unsweetened cocoa, cassis and vanilla extract. From Paso Robles, California, made by Justin. A mix of cinnamon and black plum. The flavors generate a full-bodied and dry effect. This wine goes nicely with braised lamb, red meat or truffles.
Paso Robles, California