Domaine Skouros “Zoe” ($12.99): People have been making wine in the Peloponnese for over 3,000 years, where Domaine Skouras is located. This blend of native Greek grapes Roditis and Moschofilero, is fresh and clean with notes of pineapple and citrus leading into a crisp mineral refreshing finish. Perfect for these hot summer days.
Tenuta de Terre Nere Etna Bianco 2016 ($20.99): A field blend of five Sicilian grapes, predominately Carricante, from Mt. Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe. The old vines planted in volcanic soil produce wines of grace and minerality. Crisp and fresh with a long savory finish.
Chateau de Pibarnon Bandol Rosé 2016 ($29.99): Wine Spectator 92 points Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea on the southern coast of France is the town of Bandol. Here the warm weather meets with the cool breeze of the sea making it the perfect climate for Mouvédre based rosé. This offering delivers bright red fruit, but with a mineral driven bone dry backbone. One of the top rosés to be found.
Uccelierra Rosso di Montelcino 2015 ($25.99): Medium to full bodied ‘Baby Brunello’. Made from 100% Sangiovese Grosso, just like Brunello. Aromas of ripe red fruits, leather and tobacco waft out of your glass. Black cherries, herbs and leather lead into a long smooth finish. Pair this with pasta marinara or even your favorite pizza.