Clos Teddi Patrimonio 2014, Corsica ($25.99):100% vermentino from the foothills of Mount Genova, this is a unique expression of the both the grape and the terroir of the island in the Mediterranean. Mineral-driven with aromas of orchard and stone fruits, this medium-bodied wine pairs well with any poultry or fish.
Domaine du Cros Marcillac ‘Lo Sang del Pais’ 2014, Southwest France ($18.99): Made from 100% fer servadou, a local varietal, this wine shows bright aromas of raspberries with refreshing acidity and hearty tannins.
La Porta di Vertine ‘Sassi Chiusi’ 2008, Tuscany ($49.99) 60% merlot, 40% cabernet sauvignon. From vineyards farmed biodynamically in Chianti Classico, this full-bodied red shows the best of the Tuscan terroir, with notes of cassis and blackberries, all with a voluptuous palate and a earthy, minerally finish.