Montefresco Pinot Grigio 1.5 Liter ($16.99): A wine of acidity and depth, Montefresco delivers far beyond your standard Pinot Grigio – a distinctly stony, mineral-driven personality and overall sense of structure. White stone fruits, slate, crushed rocks and flowers meld into the tense finish.
Caruso and Minini Nero d’Avola ($16.99): This Nero d’Avola is from the Marsala region of Sicily on the west coast. It displays aromas of blackberries and black cherries. It is medium-bodied with plums and dark berries and just a hint of spice, leading into a finish which is clean and bright.
Peirano Estate Cabernet Sauvignon ($15.99): Aromas of zesty black cherries, cola, and toasty cocoa. The initial sip unveils sweet anise, black cherry, molasses, and baked blackberry pie, while maintaining absolute dryness and firm, round, yet supple, tannins.
Max Ferdinand Richter Mulheimer Sonnenlay Spatlese Riesling 2007 ($25.99): The Mulheimer Soonenlay is the largest single Richter vineyard and the source of world-class Riesling. The name Sonne (sunshine) and lay (slate stone) perfectly describes the characteristics of the site. This wine has a bright, clear structure of ripe yellow fruits, paired with complexity and crystal clear slate stone minerals, backed by good weight and long aftertaste.