Schramsberg Blanc de Blanc ($32.99): The original American sparkling wine! Tiny bubbles keep rising long after this dry and crisp wine made from 100% Chardonnay is poured. It has a lemony flavor with almost salty, nutty accents and vivid acidity to keep it clean and balanced.
Muga Rioja Blanco ($18.99): A blend of mostly viura and a small amount of malvasia, this fresh white is barrel-fermented for a short time, giving it light oak nuances as a backdrop to aromas of stone and orchard fruits, and white flowers. A great alternative for those looking for sauvignon blanc or chardonnay.
Bodegas Breca Old Vines Garnacha Catalayud ($18.99): Initial ripe fruit mixes with spicy aromas and creamy, toasty, notes from oak. It finishes with chocolate and an earthy character. On the palate, this wine is powerful, rich, and toasty.
Big Table Farm Pinot Noir Willamette Valley ($48.99): A collaborative effort between a winemaker and an artist/farmer, Big Table Farm is really an organic farm that happens to also make great wine. This whole-cluster fermented pinot is blended from several vineyard sites, providing great balance with aromas of crushed red berries, cherries and roses.