Commanderie de la Bargemone Rosé ($16.99): Fresh and lively peach color. Red berries, orange zest and flowers on the nose. Juicy entry, offering ripe berry and tangerine flavors that tighten up and become livelier with air. Energetic, finishing with lingering honeysuckle and blood orange flourishes.
Ca’Furlan Prosecco ($11.99): Delightfully bubbly with an expressive tutti-frutti nose and lime sorbet on the fresh (and refreshing) palate. Perfect for any occasion as a celebratory accompaniment to the high points in life, and a master-class addition to Mimosas or Bellinis.
Hopler Pannonica ($14.99): A light, juicy, chillable red from one of the most underrated and overlooked of wine-making regions, Austria. Pleasing structure and a hint of earthiness add to the conviviality of this affable, every-day quaffer.
Di Giovanna Nerello Mascalese ($18.99): Aged in second year French oak barrels for 6 months to impart a silky texture and roundness on the palate. Black cherry and black currant scented, this wine fills the mouth, with smoky & peppery sensations while silky tannins lead to a a smooth finish with toasty chocolate notes.