Paul Mas Coteaux du Languedoc Belleguette Blanc ($19.99):
The creamy palate reveals complex flavours of ripe mango, pineapple and vanilla with notes of brioche and toast lingering on the finish. Great as apéritif, this wine can also be enjoyed with white meats, fish and salads.
La Forge Estate Cabernet Sauvignon ($15.99): This wine has intense scents of red berries, red pepper and tobacco notes underlined with cocoa and spicy vanilla aromas. A full-bodied wine with smooth tannins, this wine tastes of ripe cherries, vanilla and spice, which linger on the long finish.
Paul Mas Coteaux du Languedoc Clos de Mures ($19.99):
Inky and opaque with a heady profusion of aromas including plum, violet and boysenberry. Structured and generous on a palate painted in broad strokes of ripe dark fruit chased with garrigues and a hint of sandalwood. A lingering finish of supple tannins completes this tour de force.
Chateau Greysac Medoc ($20.99): A blend of five vineyards, some of which go into single-vineyard designates, this is a well made, structured wine, offering layers of black cherry and subtle earth around soft, velvety tannins. The finish highlights black pepper spice with dark chocolate chaser.