Chateau De Tours Brouilly ($19.99):
Ripe and jammy with notable heft for a Gamay, this true charmer of a wine offers fruit and soft roundness with just enough restraint. A rising star of Beaujolais, Chateau des Tours here gives us a stylish, character-driven red for all seasons.
Tour De Goupin Bordeaux Blanc ($11.99):
A traditional blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, and Muscadelle, this lively white, with extended skin and lees contact, is rich and round, with aromas of stone fruits and orchard fruits, all with solid minerality and vibrant acidity.
Ferraton Cotes du Rhone Samorens Rouge ($13.99):
Garnet in color with glinting ruby highlights. Generous aromas of blackberry, raspberry and blueberry on the nose. Well-balanced with ripe fruit and tantalizing spicy notes, this red offers firm tannins in the lengthy finish.
Domaine Sautereau Sancerre Rose ($21.99):
The Sautereau family has been making wine for the past ten generations. With their great experience in the vineyard and their perfect knowledge of the terroir, they here produce a wine that is bright, pale pink in colour, with lively notes of strawberries and raspberries on the nose. Full-bodied in the mouth, this rose offers delicate flavors of wild berries and an elegant, refreshing finish