Mendoza 20 years ago was a tiny town nestled against the towering Andes Mountain Range separating Argentina and Chile. A lot can happen in 20 years when a reputation of producing wines of a high caliber attracts lots of attention. Fast-forward to today and Mendoza is a mecca of Beautiful wines with rustic charms, making wines to that rival Napa and Bordeaux. Cascada Peak Chardonnay is produced by the Polliani Family with generations of wine making under their lineage. This Chardonnay bears ripe tropical fruits of pineapple, melon, and banana, all touched by a silky but vibrant mouth feel and a finish of vanilla that is to die for.
For more than forty years, Pepi has been a
pioneer in California white wine. From the
cool coastal vineyards of California comes
lively fruit that beckons you to a picnic or a
day at the beach.We strive for a balance of
flavor, acidity and fruit that reflects our
cool coastal vineyard sources. Our Pepi
Chenin Blanc-Viognier is a perfect wine
for a light afternoon lunch. Our Chenin Blanc-Viognier is an appetizing
blend of these two under-appreciated
grapes. The Chenin Blanc supplies the
backbone for the wine and displays sweet
honeysuckle notes, while the Viognier
allows for spicy expressions of peach and
other fruit nectars. Crisp and clean, this
wine has a refreshing and spritzy finish.
When we taste 1000's of bottles every year looking for only the very best, there is a lot of hit and miss when it comes to find balanced Chardonnays. It has to be just right and that is exactly what Snickerdoodle is, just right. The fruit is fresh with flavors of green apple, necatrine, and juicy melon. With only a small touch of oak, this wine remains crisp and refreshing with a perfect amount of linger in the finish. Purely delicious Chardonnay, a gem of a find from California. We know you are going to love it.
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.
Produced by Coli, a leading wine producer in Italy since 1926, this Pinot Grigio from the Pavia region inside of Lombardy defines what makes Italian Pinot Grigio great. With its sun laced days and cool winter nights, the grapes get special treatment from Mother Nature, allowing the grapes to ripen consistently, ensure the proper balance of flavors and acids, gifting us an amazing drinking experience. You can expect flavors of citrus zest, apples, pears, and nectarines that is accompanied by slight flavors of almond and ginger. We recommend serving this wine ice cold to maximize its refreshing attributes.
Crisp flavors of grapefruit and green apple with notes of ripe fig are the most distinguishing charatceristics this fruit-forward, award-winning selection. Produced from a vineyard established more than 100 years ago by descendants of European winemakers, its grapes provide a marvelous complexity and balance. The winemaker recommends serving this delicate treat with grilled or sautéed seafood in a butter or cream sauce. And, it brings out the best in veggie dishes like spinach and cheese-stuffed pasta shells.
Vineyards of South Eastern Australia bask in the cool breezes that waft off of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, creating the perfect growing conditions for Australia’s white wine varietals. This Chardonnay is crisp in style with aromas of lemongrass and spring blossom. Flavors of sweet melon and ripe peach give this wine a delicate and creamy texture.
This is the debut of a California white wine blend from one of our favorite wineries. Crisp and light with a wonderful natural acidity due to its 85% French Colombard content. Opens with inviting fruit and floral aromas of white peach and sweet mango with subtle touches of fresh jasmine blossom and white chai tea. Ripe, juicy flavors include nectarine and grapefruit. A bright, slightly off-dry flavor profile lingers well through a clean, refreshing finish.
Chilean Chardonnays are different from the ones produced in California. Most chardonnays from Chile have a far closer zesty style than the creamy, silky style of their California counterparts. This is due to the grapes being picked earlier, capturing the green essence of the world’s most popular white wine varietal. Big Cirrus flaunts green apple and citrus zest flavors in a slightly vibrant but full mouth feel. The finish is clean and smooth, with a short linger on the palate. If you prefer Chardonnays of a crisper nature, then Big Cirrus Single Estate is your next white wine to try.
Rueda is situated in the heart of the Iberian Peninsula right between the two most famous Spanish wine growing regions of Ribera del Duero and Toro. The high plateau of this region produces long cold winter, short springs, and hot summers, which provides optimal ripeness to the berries. This perfect climate combine with modern winemaking techniques produces bright wines with character. Pale yellow with subtle golden hues, Blume flaunts juicy tangerine, orange peel and white flowers, with a slight hint of fennel to add a touch of sweet aroma. Body is medium and the finish is dry. This stunning Spanish white scored 91 points in the 2014 Ultimate Wine Challenge and a Bronze medal in the Decanter Wine Awards 2014.
Viognier is not on the tip of everyone's tongue when you're choosing wines to enjoy. When you discover the power of Viognier's persuasion, you won't look back. If you love wines that are fruity with nice vibrancy and a beautifully floral nose, then MYTH is a Viognier you want to try. Flavors of peaches, apricots, Meyer lemons and hibiscus are with nice minerality and lush finish round out this particular offering from California. Pick a bottle up today or take two, just in case. MYTH will make you fall in love with Viognier.
Here’s a classic, fruit-forward Chardonnay that offers lush flavors of apple, citrus and melon with a note of hazelnut. It has a naturally crisp acidity that adds structure and carries the fruit flavors through a clean, dry finish. As a result, it makes an ideal choice for serving with fresh seafood or poultry, especially dishes featuring an herbed cream or butter based sauce. It is produced by one of the pioneer families of California’s Central Coast growing region, who started with a “pocket” vineyard in their backyard. Today, Treehaven Lane farms vineyards in Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Madera, growing wine grapes for some of California’s top rated wineries, as well as creating its own award-winning wines. The winery continues to be a favorite of our expert panel because of the consistent quality and affordability of the wines they produce.
Portugal has a lot of exotic grapes that most people don’t get to experience and taste. Most of the grapes were native to the region and have shared heritage with Spain in the east. Most of these grapes are blended together and the results are quite delicious. Porta Da Ravessa is a white blend of Roupeiro, Fernao Pires and Arinto varieties. With these grapes Porta Da Ravessa has fruity and floral aromas that lead into rich, dry flavors citrus and stone fruit with vibrant acidity and a clean finish.
Qapay Sauvignon Blanc is a classic example of what can be done with this popular variety in Central Chile. The grapes are exposed to wonderful sun and an almost greenhouse-like regularity of dry, hot days and dry, cool nights throughout the growing season--near perfect ripening conditions. The result is a clean, citrusy, lean and fresh wine. The nose is full of grapefruit and green apple followed by zesty flavors of green fruits, lime, and floral notes and a long, crisp finish. Outstanding as an aperitif or a cocktail wine, it is also ideal with salads using arugula, fennel, or roasted bell peppers, and is a refreshing companion for richer white meats like pork and lobster.
Moscato is an amazingly versatile grape. It can be produced dry or semi-sweet and each classification has it's own unique set of floral and fruit components that make it truly unique. Moscato produced in the new world style are semi-sweet fruit forward refreshing style that has lots of floral aroma attributes. MYTH is this kind of wine, flaunting peach and tangerine flavors, with honeysuckle and sweet flower aromas. Not only do they smell and taste amazing, they pair well with some of the world's most flavorful cuisine. You can match MYTH Moscato with Thai and Indian cuisine and anything with sweet and spicy flavors.