Commanderie de la Bargemone Rose ($16.99): Founded by the Knights Templar in the 13th Century, this is a benchmark Provencal Rose. A blend of cabernet, grenache, syrah, and cinsault, this classic rose has aromas of strawberries and red fruits, with moutwatering acidity.
Domaine de Castelnau L’etang Picpoul de Pinet ($12.99): Light yellow coat with green glints. The nose develops exotic fruits aromas as well as iodized notes followed by floral notes of broom. The palate is strong on fruits, followed a floral bouquet with lychees notes. A long-lasting candied fruits sweetness on the finish.
Penya Languedoc Roussillon Rouge ($12.99): From a cooperative winery just 30 miles from Spain and heavily influenced by Catalan, this medium-bodied, unoaked red has aromas of black cherries, plums, and smoke. The grenache and syrah provide much of the fruit, while the carignane adds depth and an earthiness that makes it a natural pairing for pizza, barbecue or burgers.