Jansz Brut Rose NV, Tasmania ($24.99): A delicious sparkler from traditional Champagne varietals and method, Jansz offers a bouquet of light, floral strawberries and a lively, zingy freshness on the palate that makes this dangerously easy to drink.
Yalumba Viognier 2014, South Australia ($13.99): From Australia’s oldest family-owned winery, this viognier is a rich, highly aromatic white with aromas of apricots and mangoes, that pairs well with richer shellfish such as lobster and crab.
Earthworks Cabernet Sauvignon 2013, Barossa Valley ($15.99): A lightly oaked, full-bodied red that exhibits the typical big fruit of Australian cabernet, with loads of cassis, plums and blueberries, all with soft plush tannins.
Yalumba Grenache “Old Bush Vine” 2013, Barossa Valley ($19.99): From vines ranging from 35 to 80 years old, this beautiful grenache has expressive aromas of red cherries, raspberries and violets that’s more typical from pinot noir. A fresh, elegant alternative to the wines of the Southern Rhone. 92 POINTS WINE SPECTATOR.