Buchegger Terrassen Rose ($15.99): Buchegger Rose is a blend of mostly Pinot Noir with a little Merlot and Zweigelt. The nose exhibits aromas of strawberries and cherries. It is medium bodied with bright red fruit and a crisp, long and refreshing finish.
Gertie and Max Gutedel Dry ($11.99): Made from 100% Chasselas, a Swiss varietal made fresh and fruity here in this German wine. Shows floral aromas and a palate with subtle notes of tropical fruit with a pleasing nuttiness. Light andrefreshing, an excellent sipping wine or a great pairing to hors d’oeurvres.
Fronton de Oro Tinto ($18.99): This wine from the Canary Islands shows strong aromas of red fruit (raspberry, strawberry) accompanied by notes of oak from its time spent in barrels. In the mouth, the wine enters softly, evolving with finesse and balance. The finish is smooth with a pleasant bitterness and a long persistence final which emphasizes the varietal characteristics of black tea, lavender, and a touch of smoke.
Clos de Roilette Fleurie Beaujolais ($24.99): From one of the great crus of the region, this Fleurie has much more in common with great Burgundy than typical Beaujolais Nouveau. With concentrated aromas of blueberries, sour cherries, and wonderful acidity, this is a great wine for BBQ or charcuteries.