Domaine Skouras ‘Zoe’ White Blend ($12.99): The nose hints fresh flowers, squash blossoms and fruit aromassuch as avocado. Flavors of orange and lemon blossom and touches of jasmine and mint. The crisp acidity travels across the palate for a clean extended finish.
Tenuta Delle Terre Nere Etna Bianco ($22.99): From old vines on the slopes of Etna, a still-active volcano, this white blend of only native varietals features aromas of stone fruits and white flowers, with a savory minerality. Pair with light cheeses, fish or charcuterie.
Ciacci Piccolomini Rosso di Montalcino ($22.99): This wine is 100% Sangiovese, aged for a year in large French barrique. Rich, round and full-bodied, with tons of dense red berry fruit, well integrated oak notes and firm tannins that soften with a bit of air. Loamy earth notes, as well as herbal hints of sage and rosemary are there to remind you that this wine is a Sangiovese.
Altos Las Hormigas ‘Terroir’ Malbec ($17.99): This Malbec shows a ruby red colour with violet hints, typical of high altitude. Delicate fruity notes appear first in the nose, gaining complexity as the wine opens up, to show more firm scents of violet and red cherries. It has a fresh entry in the palate, underpinned by its succulent natural acidity. Gentle mineral notes spread through the mouth as the wine unfolds, granting a round, balanced, long finish.