Cote Mas Rose “Aurore” 2015, Languedoc 1L ($11.99): Made from a traditional blend of cinsault, syrah and grenache, this rose is crowd-pleaser and an incredible value as a larger format. Notes of strawberries and cherries are balanced by a juicy palate and bright acidity.
Domaine Jacourette Rose 2015, Provence ($14.99): Family-owned in the heart of Mont Sainte Victoire, this Provencal rose is unique in containing a small amount of cabernet sauvignon, giving the wine a bit of weight and structure. A full-bodied rose, with aromas of cranberries, cherries and citrus. Also available in MAGNUMS!
Trimbach Riesling 2012, Alsace ($15.99): Since 1626 with 12 generations of experience, Trimbach has become synonymous with great dry, Alsatian riesling. With aromas of ginger, baking spices, white flowers, and stone and tropical fruits, this benchmark white is multidimensional and pairs easily with a variety of fishes and light poultry.
Montgras Carmenere 2013, Chile ($11.99) Established in 1992, this family estate has been producing top wines from the heart of Colchagua Valley. This carmenere is vibrant, with aromas of ripe red and black fruits, spices, toasty vanilla, and a peppery quality that is typical of this old Bordelais varietal.