Vincent Raimbult Sec Bel Air ($19.99): A more picture-perfect Vouvray in the “sec tendre” mode is hard to imagine. The aroma alone can be taken to the bank and the balance is impeccable. A truly brilliant effort at a nugatory price. – WineWise
Le Mont “Domaine Huet” Vouvray Sec ($34.99): Yellow with usual pear tone. Moderate amount of acidity with sharp grapefruit note towards the end. Has enough body to it. A really smooth and nice wine. Pairs well with lighter fare, like salads, vegetables, white fish, and soufflé.
Domaine Estelle Sauvion Muscadet ($16.99): The domaine only produces one wine, from a certified organic vineyard of 100% Melon de Bourgogne grapes. This is a perfect summer wine because it evokes the sea in it’s aromas and flavors. The wine pairs well with oysters and other seafood, as well as briny olives.
Chateau de Chasseloir Muscadet Sevre Et Maine ($13.99): A clean, crisp, stylish and well balanced wine with a persistent finish. It constitutes of grapes from vineyards that are more than 100 years old. Has more body to it than typical muscadet. Serve: Chilled as an aperitif or with oysters, seafood and shellfish.