Cabotte Cotes du Rhone Blanc ($15.99): This golden-hued Cote-Du-Rhone blanc resembles a baby Chateauneuf Blanc. Playful spritely floral aromas tickle the senses, perfectly framing a palate of golden apple and stone fruit that delights through a balanced finish.
Bisol Prosecco ‘Jeio’ ($14.95): Fresh, fizzy, fruity and unambiguously delicious, this has all the hallmarks of a new favorite in the making. A great everyday wine that will also wow for special occasions, this bottle of bubbles belongs with you.
Cantina Buglioni Valpolicella Classico Superiore Ripasso ‘Il Bugiardo’ ($27.99): With the density and intensity of Amarone, this full-bodied red has notes of raisins, chocolates, cedar and tobacco. Aptly called ‘Il Bugiardo’ or ‘The Liar’ because the taste profile lies to you convincing you it is actually an Amarone. Perfect with a steak or an after-dinner cheese like Roquefort or Parmaggiano.
Navarro Pinot Noir Methode a l’Ancienne ($35.99): One of the first in the heart of Mendocino now producing superlative pinot noir, Navarro Vineyards has been producing fruit-forward, yet balanced pinot noir since 1974. Wonderfully fresh, with aromas of cherries, strawberries, violets and roses, this juicy wine will pair with just about everything from salmon to steak.