This is the a wine to drink all summer long, especially when it gets really hot. Slightly sparkling and just plain delicious, it has a clean, fresh nose with a hint of saline and mineral. Light citrus and stone fruit on the palate with just enough body, give this a try, and we're sure you'll be back for more!
Villa Fiore is made in the Friuli Grave D.O.C. in Northern Italy by a small, family-run estate who also makes our popular Villa Marchesi Pinot Noir. They have been growing grapes for generations, have always practiced organic farming (which they just call farming) and have been making wine since 1960. The wine is surprisingly complex with distinctive aromas that range from herbaceous and minerally to floral and fruity. Flavors are characterized by ripe apricot, peach, melon and a bit of mineral. Winemaking Details: Stainless Steel Tank Fermentation
This is wine makes friends easily, and it won us over from the first sip. Made mostly from Sangiovese, it has bright cherry fruit and just enough acidity to go with dinner. It's also one of the best values in the store. Winemaking Details: Unfiltered
With floral and herbal notes on the nose, and refreshing lemon and stone fruit on the palate, this is a delicious medium bodied white. A great party wine and a worthy partner for all manner of lighter fare, this is a very well made wine for an extremely reasonable price.
Bodegas Fariña is considered by many to be the best winery in the area of Toro. Established back in 1942, the winery is known mostly for their Tinto de Toro (Tempranillo), but this fun white wine should not take a back seat. Made from old vines from a single vineyard, this aromatic and juicy wine is full of fresh peach, zesty lime, and a clean minerality that will have you reaching for more.
For more than a century, Errazuriz has produced some of the finest wines in Chile by managing each stage of winemaking from grape to bottle. Unlike most major Chilean producers, Errazuriz only uses hand-picked estate fruit for its wines. Further, Errazuriz was one of the first Chilean wineries to earn the certification of sustainability. This wine off is their entry level carmenere and offers aromas of coffee and red pepper with notes of violets and sweet spices. It's full and juicy with soft tannins and well-balanced acidity leads to a refreshing finish.
This wine is so good you'll feel as if you're splurging! With a beautiful balance of violets, bright cherry, vanilla and smoke, you can feel comfortable bringing a bottle to your friend's fancy dinner party...or just stay home, put on some sweats, and order a pizza with this everyday wine. Winemaking Details: Sustainable
A rare white Corbières, this is a pretty wine with honey on the nose and apricot on the palate, but quite dry. Round and rich, the Roussanne really shines through in this blend of unusual grapes. It is also an extremely good value!
Effet Papillon or "butterfly effect" in French, is a lovely wine hailing from south France's Roussillon appellation. Just imagine you buy a bottle of this amazingly priced wine to bring it to a fête. You pop it open and share with a handsome man/ gorgeous woman who just happened into the room at that moment. He/she is intrigued by its seductive aromas of white flowers, pears, and melon. Upon tasting, they realize the delicate notes of exotic citrus and minerality could be cupid's arrow and they've been hit. True love ensues and you go on to live happily ever after.
Eve’s Cidery is a small family run orchard and cidery in Van Etten, in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. They say they "believe in nature, art, good food and hard work" and we believe it! This semi-dry sparkling cider is a blend of English, French and American cider apples, fermented in the bottle, and at 10% alcohol, is nothing like what you think of when you see "sparkling cider" in a deli. It's full of the flavors of fall, earthy and complex, but bright with acidity.