Chateau Saint Hilaire Blanqutte de Limoux Brut ($16.99): Originating from one of the oldest sparkling wine producing regions in the world, this Saint-Hilaire Blanquette de Limoux white wine is made from Mauzac grapes to a traditional recipe with a longer fermentation process for a fuller flavour and creamy texture.
Domaine de Castelnau L’etang Picpoul de Pinet ($12.99):
Light yellow coat with green glints. The nose develops exotic fruits aromas as well as iodized notes followed by floral notes of broom. The palate is strong on fruits, followed a floral bouquet with lychees notes. A long-lasting candied fruits sweetness on the finish.
Chateau Maris Syrah ‘La Touge’ Minervois La Liviniere ($16.99): The nose is open and expressive with great complexity. There are ripe black fruits (blackcurrants, elderberries) alongside more spicy characteristics. Very attractive in the mouth with firm yet silky tannins. Aromatic, spicy with a fabulously generous weight. The finish is long and delicate.