Ca Furlan Prosecco “Cuvee Beatrice” Extra Dry, Veneto ($11.99): From the traditional region of Valdobbiadene and made from 100% glera, this prosecco is gently off-dry with a touch more roundness and does best as an aperitif or lighter foods.
Commanderie de la Bargemone 2015, Coteaux d’Aix en Provence ($16.99): Founded by the Knights Templar in the 13th Century, this is a benchmark Provencal Rose. A blend of cabernet, grenache, syrah, and cinsault, this classic rose has aromas of strawberries and red fruits, with moutwatering acidity.
Camp Chardonnay 2013, Sonoma County ($17.99): From the talented folks at Hobo Wine Company, this herb-scented and elegant Sonoma chardonnay is both rich and clean on the palate, and displays a harmonious balance between fruit and oak characteristics.
Penya Cotes Catalanes Rouge 2014, Rousillon ($12.99): This blend of grenache and carignane fffers lots of kirsch and darker berry fruit, spring flowers, pepper and violet notes to go with a medium-bodied, supple, forward, lively feel. This is a terrific fresh red from the South of France.