Tussock Jumper Sauvignon Blanc ($12.99): Nectarine and fig notes mark the nose, while the palate is mellow and well-ripened, then delivers a refreshing citrusy kick on the long, grapefruit finish.
Seaside Cellars Pinot Noir ($12.99): The plush and juicy core of fresh raspberry flavors is impressively transparent and pure, with accents of clove, mineral and tobacco adding a lingering aromatic detail.
Esser Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon ($17.99): This bright and juicy Cabernet Sauvignon emits deep aromas of black cherry, plum, dark chocolate and oak. Mouth filling flavors of dark fruits, cocoa and vanilla are balanced with tannins and a lingering finish of sweet fruit and subtle spices.
Mendoza Vineyards Malbec Gran Reserva ($19.99): This Malbec is aged in both French and American oak barrels for 18 months. The Malbec shows a great core of cassis and blackberries, with extraordinarily well-integrated oak, vanilla and coffee notes.