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!
Sweet with focused notes of currant, peach and citrus. Lively, with an unmistakable slate-infused aftertaste. This riesling will liven up any fish dish or seafood-based soup. Produced in Mosel, Germany.
Reminders of blemished apple and apple cider integrate well. Produced by Heidi Schrock in Neusiedlersee, Austria. Your palate might detect nectarine and river stones. A full-bodied and sweet feel. Foods such as pineapple upside down cake would match this wine.
Dry with a foft, delicate nose. Pleasant hints of acacia and hawthorn blossom. Delicate and fresh in the mouth it has an excellent acid/structure balance.
Picpoul de Pinet is not only splendid with seafood and shellfish as well as other traditional Mediterranean dishes, but also with cheese and chocolate.
Impressions of orchard fruit and river rock weave together. A charming off-dry Riesling with a light body. Such foods as light wasabi, ginger or truffles pair well with this wine. If you enjoy scents of peach, beeswax and green apple, give this one a try. The winery is Gunderloch from Rheinhessen, Germany.
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.
Freshly cut apple aromas are layered with roasted nuts and stone fruit. Bright citrus flavors give way to richer butterscotch and guava notes.
Lightly aromatic, with peach and passion fruit characters on the nose; the palate is textured with fresh and zesty citrus fruit acidity. The finish has subtle mineral notes and a clean, crisp finish.