FRENCH CLASSICS FOR SPRING
Kiwi Cuvee Sauvignon Blanc “Bin 086” 2014 ($9.99): New world meets old world, with grass and gooseberry aromas in the front, minerals and acid in the back, as you would only expect from a French Sauvignon Blanc named after New Zealand.
Chateau Coulon Corbieres 2014 ($16.99): From the heart of Languedoc, where the Coulon family has been making wine since the 17th century, this traditional blend of syrah, grenache, carignane and mourvedre delivers refreshing cherry and olives on the nose, with soft, velvety tannins.
Chateau Pourcieux Cotes de Provence 2015, France ($14.99): A grenache, cinsault and syrah blend. Ideal both as an aperitif or with lighter foods, and especially good pairings with Provencal or southeast Asian cuisine
Ferraton Cotes du Rhone Rouge “Samorens” 2013 ($13.99): An exuberant style of Cotes du Rhone, produced biodynamically, this wine exhibits traditional raspberry, black pepper, and olives on the nose, with a refreshing mineral finish.