Chateau Beausejour Pentimento St Emillion ($26.99):
Composed of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc from one small plot within the estate of Chateau Beauséjour, this wine is the pet project of American Michele D’Aprix. It’s soft and plush with generous dark fruit, supple tannins and a dry, spice-laden finish. Lovely wine from a very lovely winemaker!
Chateau Roques De Jeanlice Le Ringue ($16.99):
Cassis and blackberry mingle with deep-toned notes of espresso and loam in this dry, spicy, full-bodied red from the right bank of Bordeaux. Great bang for the buck.
Chateau Monestier La Tour Bergerac Blanc ($13.99):
A bright and zesty blend from Bergerac, located just east of Bordeaux. It’s filled with mouthwatering notes of ripe lemon and grapefruit with a crisp, balanced finish.
Monestier Bergerac Rouge ($13.99):
This blend of Merlot, Cab Franc, Cab Sauv and Malbec comes from Bergerac, just outside of Bordeaux. It offers up delicious, earthy black raspberry and blackberry fruit on a juicy, medium-bodied frame.