Virginie Taunt Sauvignon Blanc ($12.99): Bright, pale straw color. Aromas of ripe citrus and tropical fruit. The palate has good weight, with a hint of grassiness, zesty grapefruit and passion fruit. Crisp acidity, with a rich elegant finish.
Ca Rossa Funsu Langhe Nebbiolo ($18.99): Lightly ruby red, complex and fruity with delicate notes of rose and violet. Well structured, fat, robust and slightly tannic flavor. It is a good companion for raw meat appetizers like the tartare or carpaccio, and ripe cheese.
Poco A Poco Chardonnay($24.99): This white wine functions as a sort of second label to Porter Bass, a biodynamic producer in the Russian River Valley. With banana, baking spices and vanilla, it will definitely appeal to lovers of sweets.
Altenburger Blaufrankisch Ried Satz ($18.99): 100% Blaufränkisch from the Cru “Satz”. Dark ruby-garnet. Sour cherry and blackberry with a hint of minerals. Full bodied with a recognisable acidity and a lot of structure but still easy to drink.