Axel des Vignes Rose 2015, Bordeaux ($9.99): With its primary grapes of cabernet sauvignon and merlot, this rose is slightly darker and denser than your typical Provencal rose, with aromas of cherry and strawberries, and a bright, refreshing finish.
Casal Garcia Vinho Verde, Portugal ($8.99): Ideal as an aperitif, this light-bodied white from Douro is full of fresh citrus notes, with refreshing acidity and the slightest touch of residual sugar, making it an exceptionally easy wine with which to pair lighter shellfish.
Mussel Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2015, Marlborough ($13.99): A zippy, crisp style of sauvignon blanc, with bright citrus and grapefruit notes, and a fresh, snappy finish. An easy choice for seafood, poultry, or a warm sunny day!
Goru Verde Jumilla Monastrell 2013, Spain ($11.99): Also known as Mourvedre in France, this full-bodied red thrives in warmer climates and offers an abundance of black fruit with aromas of spices and violets.