Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc ($12.99): Dashwood’s Sauvingon Blanc has aromas of bright tropical fruit and freshly cut grass. The palate delivers grapefruit and gooseberries and leads into a fresh, clean crisp finish.
Saget La Petite Perriere ($12.99): This 88 point Wine Spectator Pinot Noir is from the Loire Valley of France. Now in their third century of family wine making, The Saget family offers an incredible value. Aromas of cherries and blueberries float from your glass. The palate offers strawberries and cherries follow by a clean smooth finish.
Los Vascos Cabernet Sauvignon ($11.99): This offering from Colchgua, Chile is full-bodied with plums and black cherries on the nose. The palate shows dark fruit with a touch of earth and tobacco. Great value from a well known name.
Amancaya Malbec / Cabernet Sauvignon ($19.99): Amancaya, presents a harmonious balance between the Argentine and Bordeaux styles. It is a project between the Catena and Lafite Rothchild’s, two of the greatest wine making families in the world. A more fruity style coming from the higher percentage of Malbec and shorter ageing. The word AMANCAYA is the native Indian name of a flower of the Andes that you can find in the Mendoza area. 65% Malbec / 35% Cabernet Sauvignon.