Mardis Gras Mixed Case
Your Mardis Gras Mixed Case includes one bottle each of
Pico Malbec’s flavor profile is a salute to this style of wine’s homeland, Cahors in France. It drinks profoundly, with notes of blackberry and herbs. This red’s smoky overlay hits it off well with your favorite grilled meat. It’s full bodied, has a personality, and has a finish that should please the wine drinker in all of us.
James and Bell Zinfandel
This unpretentious, understated and easy-drinking red wine captured our attention immediately. Its aromas focus on sweet berry and licorice, while gentle tannins let the delicate fruit flavors shine through.
Burke Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
This classic Cabernet serves up lush blackberry and currant flavors, with hints of fresh herbs and cedar. Burke Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon pairs perfectly with foods with savory, umami flavors like smoky cheeseburgers or mom’s homemade meatloaf.
Monarch Glen Merlot
Monarch Glen Merlot is a tasty red wine that flaunts aromas of tangy cherry and sweet berries, leading into a clean, dry finish. Looking for a food to pair with this wonderful wine? Try herb-roasted chicken, or grilled rack of lamb with fresh mint.
Bellchambers Petite Sirah
Bellchambers enhances Petite Sirah’s tradition of ripe fruit wines by adding notes of coffee and white pepper to the grapes’ celebrated plum and blackberry flavors. Consider this wine to be your grill’s new best friend. It’s incredible with anything savory or smoky tasting.
Geja's Private Reserve Big Bold Red
As the name says, this feisty wine is big on bold, ripe flavor. Geja’s Big Bold Red is fresh and forward, with prominent, aggressive tannins and balanced acidity. If you haven’t already tried it, there’s no better time than now. This is one wine you can enjoy every day of the week.
Exclusive Albarrada White is a terrific example of the excellent wines coming from Portugal, the new country to watch in the wine world. It features Roupiero and Rabo-de-Ovelha, two of the country’s native white grapes. Let Albarrada White be your introduction to Portuguese wine.
Bayshore Vintners Pinot Grigio
This refreshing Bayshore wine comes from one of the first California vineyards to grow Pinot Grigio. The white grapes were originally used for dessert wines, until an importer recognized their great potential and used them 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 crisp thread of acidity.
Le Parlement Bordeaux Blanc
When we found Le Parlement Bordeaux Blanc, we were blown away by this delicate, layered white wine with generous flavors of zesty citrus, fresh grass, gooseberry and honeysuckle. White Bordeaux is not on most people's wine radar, but we love this sophisticated wine that has a Sauvignon Blanc’s appeal, with an added complexity that appeals to true enthusiasts. Do not miss this limited wine.
The intense sun and cool pacific winds of Washington state’s Cascade mountain range optimize ripeness and sugar levels in nearby vineyards, resulting in fruity, rich wines. Myth’s newest Riesling entices your nose with aromas of nectarine, apricot, and honey leading into flavors of honey crisp apple and stone fruit. Riesling is an inherently versatile white, begging to be enjoyed at a cocktail party or with Thai and Indian-inspired cuisine.
Spur Ranch Sauvignon Blanc
With a crisp acidity and notes of citrus and mineral, this lively Sauvignon Blanc pays homage to the pioneering spirit of California’s wine frontiers. From bountiful valleys to windswept mountain slopes, Spur Ranch’s winemakers work with growers to create wines of unbridled flavor and richness that harness the region’s unique character.
The Camartina Estate Bottled Chardonnay is a smooth white wine with moderate acidity and a clean minerality. Its aromas and flavors of tropical fruit and lean pear make it perfect for white meats and full-bodied fish, creamy seafood recipes and your favorite corn-based dishes. Camartina Chardonnay comes from Chile’s esteemed and innovative Colchagua Valley, which was awarded Wine Region of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine in 2005.