Grooner Gruner Veltliner ($12.99): This Gruner Veltliner is zippy and tart with plenty of green apple notes mingling with tones of pear and citrus. The finish is crisp and refreshing, and will have you screaming more grooner please.
Hugel Pinot Blanc ‘Cuvée Les Amours’ ($14.99): From one of the most esteemed domaine in Alsace, this Pinot Blanc is a benchmark for dry wine in the region. Medium-bodied and round, yet with a backbone of acidity, this white is extremely well-balanced and with aromas of white flowers and stone fruits.
Vigneti a Prua Rossese Riviera Liguria ($23.99): From the Italian Riviera best known for pesto, sun-dried tomatoes, and great shellfish, this light, exuberant red has aromas of fresh strawberries, with a refreshing, mineral-driven finish that drinks like spring in a bottle and captures the essence of the Mediterranean.
Château Miaudoux Bergerac Rouge ($15.99): An equal blend of merlot and cabernet sauvignon, this full-bodied red sees no oak and thus reveals brighter red and purple fruits, along with tobacco, green herbs, and wet stone. This is a hearty wine that is both refreshing and bold, and will pair with any roasted or grilled meats.