Foucher Chais St. Laurent Chinon Rose 2015 ($12.99): 100% cabernet franc. Chinon, which is better known for its light, pretty reds, also makes great whites and an very quaffable rose. With just a short maceration, this darker yet light-bodied rose makes a great aperitif, or pairs well with salads and salmon.
Estelle Sauvion Muscadet Sevre et Maine sur Lie 2014 ($16.99): 100% melon de Bourgogne. With over 100 years of family experience, the Sauvion family is the only to age its muscadet in large oak foudres, giving its wines an uncommon richness, while retaining the bright acidity and saline qualities that make this wine so popular in the summer.
Cave de Saumur “Les Epinats” 2014 ($16.99): 100% chenin blanc. This cooperative, composed of more than 150 growers, makes a dry, refreshing, bright chenin that is incredibly food-friendly, and pairs well with anything from oysters, to salads and light poultry
Clos de la Grange Touraine 2015 ($15.99): 100% sauvignon blanc. From famed Montlouis winemaker Francois Chidaine, this wine is made biodynamically and sees no oak. Fuller-bodied, with notes of fresh citrus and stones fruits, all with a mouthwatering finish.