Kirosawa Nigori ($18.99): Nigori is an unfiltered sweeter style of sake. This one shows bold aromas of honey and nuts. It is full and creamy with notes of apple pie and pears integrated perfectly with a touch of citrus. This pairs with spicier fare like Korean food, Thai, or even as a dessert wine. Enjoy this one cold.
COS Pithos Rosso ($30.99): This wine, which the New York Times describes as “Lively and flamboyantly fragrant, with savory, smoky, energetic fruit flavors” is aged in traditional amphorae, or clay vessels, which bring a balance of earthiness and structure to this otherwise exuberantly fresh and ripe wine.