This classic California Chardonnay has delicious flavors of apple, nectarine and melon. A hint of toasty oak and vanilla adds depth and complexity, while a touch of acidity balances this refreshing wine that goes great with grilled or steamed seafood, especially shellfish.
River's End offers rich blackberry and cherry aromas with ripe fruit flavors complemented by hints of spice and vanilla from integrated oak. A Merlot that's a perfect choice for grilled portabello mushrooms, grilled chicken or ribs and a nice partner for tomato based pasta dishes. You'll want to stock up on this one!
From the highly rated Novato, California winery of Aussie-born Bruce & Kim Cunningham, this exquisite white wines from the Carneros region shows an amazing balance of acidity and structure while filling the palate with rich, developed fruit flavors. A great choice with mild, luxurious dishes based on shellfish, flaky white fish and poultry.
A rich, full-bodied red wine with nearly as much character as its namesake and inspiration, Sam Brannan, California’s first millionaire and 1800’s bon vivant. This is a rich, deeply colored wine, bursting with aromas and flavors of blackberry briar, spice, and earth, making it a perfect match for full-flavored, spicy dishes.
Valle Secreto’s vineyards are located in the high altitudes of the Cachapoal Valley, with unique climatic characteristics, where the wind and temperature variation between day and night give the wines a delicate tannin and fine aromas. The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon is cherry red in color, brilliant and attractive to the eye. Toasted aromas lead to fruit flavors behind the oak, showcasing the rich tastes of black plum, dried figs and cassis jam.
We’ve carried a few of the Bondaree wines in the past and they have always been big hits. The masterminds behind these wines do a great job with their blends and the latest and actually one of the greatest so far is now here. Introducing their 2013 vintage blending 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot from South Eastern Australia. It’s rich and quite delicious with flavors of plum, fig, cedar, and fresh herbs, making this incredibly balanced wines a delight to have with dinner. It’s great by itself but it shine when mingling with spice rubbed pork, grilled lamb chops, or a simple rib eye with sea salt and cracked pepper. Either way you go, this wine is drinking amazingly right now. Get yours while there is some left to enjoy.
White blends are fun and easy wines that don't require a lot of thought. The point is to pop the top and enjoy the good times with friends and family. Its a wine that is fitted for all occasions. This concentrated blend of Chardonnay and Semillon from South Eastern Australia comes from a small planting near the Riverina area.
This white wine is a pale straw color with hints of green. On the nose, this wine shows tropical fruits and citrus aromas with a hint of oak. The palate is rich with white peach flavors and a clean, crisp finish. This easy drinking wine is a versatile partner to white meats, seafood and salads.
A gem of a wine from Martellotto Wine Productions, and winery owner Greg Martellotto, who’s intention is to make remarkable wines of consequence, consistency, value, and varietal expression. This 2011 Chardonnay features aromas and flavors of baked apples and pears. A broadened mouthfeel and yummy minerality combine with layers of vanilla, toast, and nutmeg, making it a splendid choice with full-flavored seafood and shellfish, as well as many veal and pork entrées.
From the West Cape of South Africa, this treat offers rich aromas and flavors of citrus marmalade, figs and grilled nuts with subtle hints of butterscotch and spice. The wine makes a perfect complement to mild preparations of shellfish, fish or white meats like chicken or veal. The wine’s silky texture also provides a great accompaniment to pâté or butter and cream sauces (its acidity provides a nice counterbalance to the richness of these foods).
This lovely wine from Bayshore is produced from one of the first vineyards in California planted with Pinot Grigio that originally focused on dessert wines. That is until a wine importer, seeing the potential for table wines, used these grapes to launch a line of food-friendly table wines. Gorgeous aromas jump out of the glass and delicious flavors of melon, citrus and tangerine are completed by a refreshing thread of crisp acidity.
Meritage is the name given to red and white wines made in America from a blend of the classic Bordeaux wine-grape varieties. A blend of 87% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc and 1% Cabernet Sauvignon, this delight is a perfect complement to dishes like bold, zesty Italian ragout and grilled fennel Italian sausage, as well as other red meat favorites like prime rib. A dry mouthfeel and concentrated fruit show signs that this wine will further develop over the next 5 to 10 years.
The 2012 Reserve Chardonnay is a classic Chardonnay, full of expressive aromas and flavors. Scents of butter toffee and vanilla, followed by exotic notes of spice and melon, swirl in the glass leading to concentrated flavors of tropical fruit with hints of butterscotch, vanilla and ripe apple. Seafood, poultry and white meats make an ideal accompaniment.
Italians have always made very impressive wines ranging from the Chiantis to the King Italian grape, Barolo. For us, we’ve always been very impress with what they have done with their red table wines, the daily drinkers, pizza’s soul mate on a Tuesday night. No matter your experience with red table wines from Italy, these are wines that go great anytime and anywhere. No different is La Foglia, a Vino Rosso from Chianti region that spans from Florence to Tuscany. It is a lean wine with perfumed raspberry and strawberry. What it isn’t is a fruit bomb, as it does have some terroir notes that make it well rounded and a simplistic delight. Open the bottle, let it breath, grab your favorite cheeses or order a pizza, this wine is here for whatever you want. It goes with the flow.
This is a sumptuous South African wine that is just right with mild preparations of shellfish, fish or white meats like chicken or veal. The wine’s silky texture also makes it a wonderful match with pâté or dishes featuring butter and cream sauces. Lemon curd and baked red apple aromas greet as you approach the glass and lead to bright lemon, apple and apricot flavors. This is a treat you’ll want to stock up on!
Floral notes, not unlike acacia with a tinge of honey. Crisp with fresh apple flavors and a hint of lemon. Serve chilled. “veen-yuh-RAWN deh tehr seh-CREHT ki pree-SAY may-COHN vee-LAJ”