Do Ferreiro Albarino ($21.95): Tempered by the Atlantic Ocean, this albarino has great balance of acidity, minerality and fruit, also with a salinity that makes it a great pairing for shellfish and oysters. Recently mentioned by Eric Asimov’s Wine School in the NYTimes, come taste what the fuss is about!
Evesham Wood Blanc Puit Sec ($19.99): The nose of bright jasmine and night-flowers, with the hint of asian pear is followed by flavors of pear and vanilla on the palate, balanced weight and bright acidity. It finishes with delicate spice from the Gewurtztraminer.
12 Volts Mallorca ($27.99): A bright and spicy wine with aromas of fresh red cherries and plums, purple flowers and granite, 12 Volts offers light and earthy tannins that uphold the wine’s persistent acidity and spice, which hints at cinnamon and anise. After some time in the glass, the oak comes whispering through with very slight aromas of toasted caramel.
Tullia Prosecco ($10.99): Tullia Prosecco Brut is straw yellow in color. It has an intensely fruity and fresh bouquet, particularly reminiscent of spear wood flowers and wisteria, wild apple and mountain honey. The perlage is fine and persistent.