Reserve de la Saurine Rose 2015, France ($10.99) This fresh, fruity rose, from grenache, cinsault, carignan and syrah, makes a wonderful aperitif and is best with grilled fish and lighter Mediterranean cuisine.
d’Amico Seiano Rosso 2014, Lazio ($9.95) A blend of merlot and sangiovese, this meaty, juicy red from Central Italy has notes of plums, cherries, and violets, and is a perfect wine everyday red.
Baccalitt Conti Sertolis Salis 2010, Lombardia ($19.99) This unique red shows both the berry fruit and bright acidity of pinot nero, as well as the dry, floral and tarry notes from nebbiolo, the base grape for the great Barolos and Barbarescos of Piedmont. Drinking perfectly with good bottle age.
Orsolani Erbaluce di Caluso 2014, Piedmont ($19.99) With no oak whatsoever, this fresh Erbaluce from the hills north of Torino shows aromas of melons and has a refreshing grassiness and minerality. One Liter Bottle.