Momo Sauvignon Blanc 2014, Marlborough ($15.99): From the Seresin Estate, this fresh sauvignon blanc comes from biodynamically farmed vineyards, and displays complex aromas of tropical and citrus fruits, fresh herbs, with a rich palate and refreshing acidity. Great as an aperitif or with light fish.
Muga Rioja Blanco 2015, Spain ($15.99): A blend of mostly viura and a small amount of malvasia, this fresh white is barrel-fermented for a short time, giving it light oak nuances as a backdrop to aromas of stone and orchard fruits, and white flowers. A great alternative for those looking for sauvignon blanc or chardonnay.
Muga Rioja Rosado 2015, Spain ($13.99): Primarily grenache with small amounts of tempranillo and viura, this fruit-forward and juicy rose has intense aromas of strawberries, raspeberries and orange peel, and is perfect with light salads or shellfish.
Li Veli “Passamante” 2013, Puglia ($14.99): 100% negroamaro literally meaning black and bitter, this full-bodied red is anything but. Named after the forest surrounding its vineyards, the Passamante has aromas of ripe red and purple fruits, with mouthwatering finish.