We recommend trying new and interesting wines to mix things up. Here’s a simple guide to use to discover a new favorite wine!
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Riesling: Gazelas Vinho Verde($6.99)
Made in Portugal; light bodied; slightly fizzy
Chardonnay: McManis Family Viognier($12.99)
Made in California; velvety and creamy; flavors of pear, and peach.
Sauvignon Blanc: Laurenz und Sophie Singing Gruner Veltliner($15.99).
Austrian; dry, acidic, medium bodied, flavors and aromas of green bean, white pepper and citrus
Moscato: Alexander Valley ‘Gewurz’ Gewurztraminer($8.99).
Made in California; rich and full bodied; flavors and aromas of peaches, rose, lychee, and spices
Shiraz: Domaine Barville Chateauneuf du Pape($32.99)
Spicy; tannic French wine blend of up to 13 grape varieties. Notes of dark fruit and vanilla.
Cabernet Sauvignon: Bruna Grimaldi Barolo Camilla($30.99)
Italian; complex; full bodied with lots of tannins and flavors of cinnamon, truffle and licorice;tastes better with aging.
Red Blends: Marques Caceres Red Rioja($13.99)
Spanish red blend typically made with the Tempranillo grape; bursting with aromas and flavors of berries, plum, vanilla, herbs and leather.
Pinot Noir: Lamadrid Bonarda($14.99)
Deep ruby purple wine from Argentina with mint, red cherry, plum and chocolate flavors.