Fritz Muller Muller Thurgau Trocken ($15.99): Delightfully fun and refreshing, this perlwein, or lightly sparkling white, is Germany’s answer to Italian prosecco. Made from Müller-Thurgau grapes, it’s gorgeously floral, but with a chalky, earthen tang. Sprightly acidity and a fresh, green touch lends vibrance to a moderately long finish.
Scaia Veneto Rosato ($14.99): Well balanced and fresh wine, made with 100% Rondinella grapes, with a light cerise color and an aroma of flowery notes of roses and cranberry. Perfectly refreshing with salads, white meats and fish.
Kermit Lynch Cotes du Rhone ($14.99): This wine expresses authentic regional character: aromas of ripe black fruit, a gentle spiciness, and a garrigue-flavored kick of thyme and rosemary. Here is a textbook Côtes du Rhône for everyday satisfaction: juicy and gulpable, with just enough chewy tannin to pair with a burger or whatever else might be on the menu.
Juggernaut Hillside Cabernet Sauvignon ($21.99): French oak beautifully transforms intense mountain fruit into a wine with uncommon richness, yet smooth and luxurious texture. Juggernaut Hillside Cabernet is a wine that is fierce, brave, and delicious.