Domaine Vico Blanc 2014, Corsica ($21.99): From an emerging wine region in France, Domaine Vico’s vines were first planted in 1902 at high altitude. The climate has proven perfect for this 100% vermentino, with aromas of orchard and stone fruits and wonderful minerality.
Perlita Chardonnay 2014, Mendoza, Argentina ($12.99): A rich and balanced chardonnay that is partially barrel fermented and aged in neutral oak, this shows aromas of lemon curd, apples, and cream.
Perlita Malbec-Syrah 2014, Mendoza, Argentina ($12.99): A blend of 80% malbec and 20% syrah, this full-bodied red has dark fruit tones and great balance, along with a hint of chocolate and toast from the oak. A great value!
Chateau du Chatelard Beaujolais-Villages 2014, France ($15.99): This ripe and juicy gamay, shows bright and fresh red fruit characteristics, with soft tannins that gives the wine structure and balance. A perfect red for spring.