Bailly LaPierre Cremant de Bourgogne ($18.99): Soft and well rounded, this eminently drinkable Cremant from Burgundy blends all four of the region’s varietals (Chard, Pinot, Gamay, Aligote) in a round, yet fresh quaffer sure to be the life of any party. Fruit forward, friendly, crisp and clean. Perfect for warm weather entertaining.
Penya Cotes de Catalan Rouge ($12.99): A Rhone-style blend of Grenache, Carignane and Syrah, this medium-bodied blend is packed with flavor, offering aromas of plums & cherries with smoky notes. The palate yields red and black fruits, spices, a hint of bacon, and silky tannins.Great with pizza, pasta and burgers, as well as Mediterranean classics like ratatouille, cassoulet and vegetable stuffed tomatoes.
Di Giovanna Nerello Mascalese ($16.99): From organically-farmed, family-owned vineyards spanning five generations, this nerello is darker and more brooding than typical, with notes of black cherries, currants and black pepper. A little softer with ageing in French Oak, this red still has bright acidity, and pairs wonderfully with pizza and pasta.
Michael Pozzan Annabella Cabernet Sauvignon ($18.99): Full-bodied Cabernet from Napa. Blackberries and plums rise from your glass. The palate delivers more black fruit layered with notes of chocolate and well integrated oak leading to a smooth mouth-filling finish