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With every purchase of this wine, $6 will be donated to CONCERN Worldwide, an international organization with 3,000 field workers dedicated to community-based solutions and innovations in the treatment of malnutrition, maternal and child health care, disease prevention, sanitation and disaster recovery in 25 of the world's poorest countries. This versatile, delicious white wine was created to remind anyone who drinks it just how good life is, and how much of a challenge mere survival can be elsewhere. Help out! Drink up!
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Keep the rosé love going all year round with these two shining examples. Drink up to remind yourself that warm summer nights and picnicking on the beach will be here again in no time at all.
Experience the French countryside with this collection of wines, from a captivating Pinot Gris blend to a juicy Gamay Noir to a savory Cabernet Franc. It's a fantastic way to explore France without ever leaving home.
A bottle of white, a bottle of red. This quartet of Italian beauties illustrates why the world has been in love with the country's wines for centuries.
For those who drink only Cab, Cab and more Cab, this quartet showcases the nuances of the varietal from four appellations around the world.
Some reds are built for cooler weather. Here's a half case of them, all robust, rich wines perfect to sip next to a roaring fire.
For a truly unique gift, give the wine lover in your life a taste of everything. This curated selection of mini bottles includes three reds, two whites, and a rosé, to enjoy during all of life’s special occasions, big and small. Makes an ideal holiday gift, thank you present ... or treat for yourself.
One of our favorite things to do in wine country is wait for nightfall, spread a blanket on a hillside, and gaze at the stars while we sip a soft, fruity, approachable red such as this. Our favorite constellation? Corona Borealis, which in Greek mythology represents the crown Dionysus gave Ariadne to wear at their wedding – Dionysus being the god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine. We love that guy. Enjoy this wine with a heavenly burger or a spread of cheeses.
This wine is a deep red with plenty of purple undertones. On the nose, raspberries, currants, and violets mingle with a touch of spice and leather. The body is round and smooth, showing good integration of fruit, spice, and tannins. Notes of black cherry, and raspberry are complimented by dried flowers and a subtly spice finish.
Inspired by the great white Rhone blends of France, this luscious, yet vibrant rendition hails from coastal vineyards just 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean in Mendocino County. By ageing on the lees for 22 months in neutral French oak barrels, the fruit retains its vibrancy, yet the wine also developed a richer mouth-feel. For a pairing that will make you keep coming back for more, try it with roasted pork tenderloin with ginger or stone-fruit accents.
Drawing inspiration from the great white Rhône blends of France, yet grown just 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean in Mendocino County, this blend of Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne features lovely white floral aromatics, followed by lush stone-fruit and ginger flavors on the palate. The fruit remains focused and fresh due to a vein of elevated acidity that runs throughout. Enjoy this delicious white blend alongside richer seafood dishes.
Rockpool is a most befitting name for this delicious red blend, coming from vineyards planted in the rocky terrain of the Central Coast, once the ocean floor. The mixture of soils in this storied part of Paso Robles aids in producing fruit that is ripe, yet retains an elevated natural acidity, creating a harmonious balance of extraction and lift. Inspired by the great Rhône blends of France, this is a wine that will age gracefully for years to come.
Sourced from Reverchon's prized Filzener Herrenberg vineyard, this Kabinett level Riesling is richly textured, yet focused and energetic. Stone-fruit aromas and flavors of apricot and peach are interwoven with ginger and mineral nuances. This wine illustrates why Riesling is often referred to as a complex and sophisticated noble variety that only gets better as it ages.
This smooth, delightful red shows delicately interwoven characters of red plum, dried cherry, leather, herbs and cranberry. Enjoy it with pasta drenched in red sauce, an earthy mushroom risotto or grilled meats.
This mountain-grown Cabernet Sauvignon displays dark fruit flavors of black cherry, black plum and black currant, which are layered with savory notes of dried herbs and graphite. Three years in French oak barrels have brought the oak nuances to the forefront of this wine, helping to tame its firm-chewy tannins. A grilled T-bone steak would make a great companion.
Richly textured, yet vibrant, this Chardonnay sourced from California's sunny Central Coast is a prime example of balance. The combination of sandy loam soils, sun-drenched mornings and cooler afternoons provide ideal growing conditions, allowing for optimal ripeness. On the palate pure, ripe citrus and tropical fruit flavors are interwoven with a sprinkling of baking spices. This is an enjoyable wine on its own, or pair it with lemon-roasted chicken for a divine meal.
Robust, yet intriguing, this red blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc has just the right amount of fruit, oak and acidity to remain balanced. On the palate, flavors of black cherry and black plum are interwoven with notes of coffee bean and dried herbs. While toasty oak nuances are prominently displayed, they are well-integrated and complementary, rather than overpowering. Delicious on its own, this wine would also be a delightful accompaniment for herb-crusted leg of lamb.
Zinfandel, a variety planted by immigrant families that settled throughout California up to a century ago, has some of its oldest vines in Lodi. Grapes sourced from these vineyards, produce wines that are pure, rich and complex. Concentrated and highly expressive, the palate is full of dark berry flavors that are intertwined with cedar and tobacco notes. While this wine will be delicious on its own, grilled pork chops with a fruit-based BBQ sauce would be a worthy partner as well.
Plump, ripe berry fruit flavors of blackberry, boysenberry and huckleberry abound in this Zinfandel. Sourced from vines that average 60 years old, which brings complexity and depth to the wine. A delight to drink on its own, or with any meat off the BBQ.
On the palate, black fruit flavors of plum, currant and cherry are expertly interwoven with savory notes of dried herbs, coffee bean and graphite. While the fruit is ripe, there is a wonderful tension and counter balance of minerality, acidity and tannin structure to this Alexander Valley Cabernet. A glass on its own would be delicious, yet the wine would shine even brighter with a perfectly seared New York strip steak.
Santa Barbara County's uniquely positioned mountain ranges act as a funnel for the cooling maritime influences of the Pacific. This viticultural area has many distinct microclimates that allow for acidity and pure flavors to develop naturally and gradually, ideal ripening conditions for Chardonnay. As a result, exuberant flavors of citrus and tropical fruit take center stage, while elevated acidity, the trademark of a cool growing region, lends energy and focus.
Best characterized as ripe, robust and plump, this red blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre is bursting with black berry fruit flavors, along with notes of toasty oak and vanilla. Biodynamically grown in the rocky soils below the Pyrénées-Orientales mountain range, it is surprisingly energetic, despite the fruit-forward nature of the wine. While perfectly delicious on its own, this wine will shine even brighter when paired with lamb chops or other rich red meats
This Pinot Noir, from the Sancerre appellation of the Loire Valley, is refined, complex and sophisticated. High-toned aromatics are followed by vibrant sour cherry and cranberry on the palate. This is a wine made for the dinner table, as food will bring its elevated acidity into balance. When pairing, look to feathered game, pork and mushroom dishes.
Concentrated and focused, with juicy red fruit flavors of cherry and plum on the palate, this wine is a testament to cool-climate Pinot Noir, which is epitomized by a perfect amount of extraction, elevated acidity and refined, tea-like tannins. Duck and other game birds would make a compelling food pairing.
Pinot Noir may be one of the most challenging varieties in the world to cultivate, but it grows well in cooler moderate climates. The grapes for this wine are from the Santa Rita Hills appellation, which provides just that, yielding flavors of black raspberry, red cherry and plum on the palate, focused by refined tannins and balanced acidity. Pair with pork dishes such as roasted tenderloin or pork chops.
Born from the colossal geological clash of two mountain ranges, the Massif Central and the Alps, the Rhône Valley features a myriad of soil types, which help to impart minerality and savory nuances in the wines produced here. One of the prestigious cru of the region, Crozes-Hermitage, produces red wines based solely on Syrah. In this example, seductive aromatics of white pepper, light smoke and rosemary blossom invite you to take a sip and ruminate on the blue fruit and spice flavors found on the palate. This sophisticated red will really shine with feathered game or lamb.
Deliciously refreshing, this mineral-driven sparkling wine displays crisp green apple and under-ripe pear flavors vibrantly on the palate. It's simply delightful as an aperitif, but also try it with oysters and other hors d'oeuvres.
A richly textured, yet crisp sparkler, with white flower and green apple aromatics, followed by under-ripe pear and minerals on the palate. A refreshing start to any occasion, or no occasion at all!
The region of Paso Robles from which this Barbera hails sees hot, sunny days, followed by chilly evenings. These dramatic temperature shifts allow the fruit to ripen optimally, while the clay soils, rich in mineral and lime, help to maintain the fruit's natural acidity. The result is a wine that's concentrated, yet vibrant and focused. This wine makes an excellent partner for grilled pork and other meats.
Racy, fresh and mineral-laden, this Riesling hails from the Saar district, a smaller area within the larger Mosel region. Flavors of under-ripe stone fruit, quince and slate are delicately displayed on the palate, so this is a wine that shouldn't be over-chilled. Optimal food pairings include simple, clean seafood such as shrimp summer rolls and freshly shucked oysters.
This exuberant Grenache hails from vineyards planted just east of Ukiah, on a rocky, south-westerly facing slope. The mixture of stony soils in this environment forces the vines to struggle, resulting in tiny berries with concentrated flavors and an elevated natural acidity. Extraction and lift create a harmonious balance in the wine. Enjoy this juicy, fruit-driven red with pork or duck.
Paso Robles is considered to be the "Wild West" of California wine, and thus sets up the scene perfectly for this robust and full-flavored Merlot. From land that not long ago was roamed by banditos, cattle ranchers and pioneer families, this concentrated wine features ripe black-red fruit flavors of cherry and plum, along with savory nuances of vanilla, light mocha and tobacco. The tannins, while firm, are well-integrated and provide structure to the plush fruit, and can easily be tamed when accompanied by grilled red meat.
Concentrated and extracted, this Merlot nevertheless shows a level of sophistication and restraint. On the palate, ripe black fruit flavors are interwoven with savory notes of vanilla and tobacco, while a vein of natural acidity and minerality provide structure and focus. This is a consummate red-meat wine, so fire up the grill and enjoy!
With only 5 acres planted in the U.S., the St. Laurent grape is a rare variety to find outside of Austria. This exemplary representation is sourced from vineyards in Carneros, where the cool San Pablo Bay breezes provide an excellent environment for growing this early ripening grape, resulting in an extended hang-time and fully ripe fruit. Featuring plum and cherry flavors and a light- to medium-weight body, this red would make a wonderful partner for lighter meats such as pork and poultry.
Indigenous to Austria, the St. Laurent grape is quite rare in California, with only 5 acres planted in the state. Grown in granite-rich volcanic soils, this particular example of the variety exhibits an elevated acidity, which provides lift to the plump, ripe plum and cherry flavors and hint of earthy spice. This is the perfect wine for those who like light- to medium-bodied reds with moderate tannins, and would make an excellent foil for feathered game or pork.
Chenin Blanc, is known around the world as a "classic" variety, for its versatility, age worthiness and refined style. This stellar example is zesty and dry, showcasing pure orchard fruit flavors of apple and pear. Delightful on its own, or as a compliment to delicate fish dishes, like pan seared sole.
Juicy and vibrant, with pure pear and apple aromas exuberantly displayed, alongside hints of citrus and tropical fruit on the palate. While ripe, the fruit flavors manage to remain fresh, due to the balanced acidity throughout. Perfect as an aperitif, but also well suited to accompany lighter salads and seafood dishes.
This red blend of 59% Merlot, 25% Zinfandel, 10% Petite Sirah and 6% Cabernet Sauvignon shows ripe fruit flavors of plum and cherry on the palate, alongside savory notes of dried herbs and coffee bean. Firm -- bordering on brawny -- tannins provide structure to the robust fruit, while a good vein of acidity adds lift. Complement the savory notes of this red with herb- or coffee-flavored barbecue fare such as a coffee-rubbed brisket.
Simple and pure, Viognier is a variety that's known for its heady aromatics of delicate white flowers and juicy, perfectly ripened flavors of peaches and apricots -- and this wine certainly lives up to that reputation. Pair this beauty with grilled pork chops and peaches.
It is *curieuse* indeed why an enchanting variety like Viognier might almost go extinct, with approximately only 80 acres planted worldwide in the 1980s. Since then, world-renowned regions like France's Condrieu have brought Viognier out of the shadows and onto the world stage, where it belongs. This particular example features all the hallmarks of the variety, from the delicate white floral aromas to the lovely flavors of peach and apricot on the palate, all lifted by a vein of acidity. Dishes that incorporate ginger and stone fruits are sure to make stellar accompaniments.
Sourced from vineyards within the La Clape appellation, a small segment of the Languedoc region, this wine is named for the Bonelli’s eagle, which has made a home in this quiet part of the world. On the palate, this effusive red shows flavors of cherry, plum and fig, along with savory hints of thyme, rosemary and sage — herbs that grow wild among the shrubs surrounding the vines. Sublime food pairings include lamb and herb-seasoned red meats that echo the nuances of the wine.
Fresh and juicy, this Rosé, from Southern France is light and thirst-quenching, a perfect wine for a hot Summer's day. Delicate fruit flavors of strawberry and white peach dance across the palate, and culminate in a dry, crisp finish. A delight on its own, or with a plethora of dishes, including light salads and fish tacos.
We call this our holiday wine because it pairs so well with turkey and dressing, quail, and mushroom dishes, but it's a great compliment to any celebration. Earthy and smooth with hints of black raspberry and blackberry, this delicate Pinot is made to please a festive crowd.
A great front-porch wine, this full-bodied white is rich, vibrant, and focused. It tastes especially good on a warm night or as the star of any Southern gathering. We recommend pairing it with lemon-roasted chicken, low-country boils, mild flavored fish like flounder, or fresh vegetables cooked on the grill.
Juicy like a cobbler, this crowd-pleaser is perfect for entertaining and pairing with hearty meals. Fruity, rich, and beaming with vanilla and cocoa aromatics, this big red goes with steak, lamb, or marinated beef dishes.
Uncork a bottle of this deep-flavored Merlot the next time you prepare a pot of beef stew or an herb-filled chicken potpie. A delicious complement to skirt steaks, venison, and braised meat dishes, it pairs beautifully with comfort foods, especially the Southern variety.
Flavors of plump, ripe blackberry, plum and blueberry are buoyed by elevated levels of acidity that keep the wine fresh and vibrant despite its depth and concentration. It all culminates in a warm lingering finish, making this a perfect foil for rich, hearty dishes.
One of the best ways to enjoy a foreign city is to sip the local wine at a neighborhood bistro, soaking up the ambience. It turns out that the French call such a person la flâneuse, or one who idly observes her surroundings. This pleasant white, with prominently displayed flavors of pear, passionfruit and quince, is precisely the type of wine you should drink on a cobblestone corner as you leisurely take in the Paris sights — or to remind yourself of how wonderful it was the last time you did.
Marsanne isn't a variety that you'll come across every day, as it's mostly grown in France's Rhône Valley or blended with Roussanne — but in this bottle is the unique opportunity to experience it all on its own. Hailing from California's Monterey County, this stunning example shows off the variety's characteristically rich mouthfeel and flavors of lemon and beeswax. Lemon-poached halibut would make an excellent companion for this compelling wine.
Le Marin is a Mediterranean wind that blows across the Languedoc-Roussillon, bringing with it the wet weather. Encompassed within the region is the appellation of Corbières, a wild countryside dotted with scrubs that's producing easygoing red blends such as this one. Composed of 60% Carignane, 20% Grenache and 20% Syrah, this red is ripe and robust, with concentrated flavors of blueberry, blackberry and sun-ripened plum that are lifted by spicy notes of licorice. Savor this crowd-pleasing red with duck or turkey.
Once called Septimania and governed by the Romans, the region now known as the Languedoc-Roussillon still features remnants of ancient roadways and other signs of the Roman occupation. Corbières, a sparsely populated, mountainous area within Languedoc, is home to the vineyards that produced this rustic wine, composed of 60% Carignane, 20% Grenache and 20% Syrah. The flavors of blueberry, plum and blackberry could best be characterized as plump and supple, with a captivating spice element on the finish. This red is sure to win over hearts and palates, especially when paired with rich poultry or pork dishes.
This effusively aromatic Gewürztraminer from France will instantly transport you to a Parisian perfumier, where intoxicating fragrances of flowers waft through the air and lift you above your everyday worries. On the palate, luscious flavors of apricot, lychee and a hint of ginger spice complement those floral aromas and add to the enjoyable experience. This is a wine that will be a delight with cuisines that incorporate exotic seasonings, such as Indian or Middle Eastern food.
Libellule is the French word for "dragonfly" — and it was these colorful, winged creature flitting through the flowers that came to mind when we tasted this vividly fragrant Gewürztraminer. With aromas of jasmine, ginger, citrus blossom and rose, this exemplary version of the variety exhibits an uncharacteristic acidity that buoys the vibrant flavors of citrus, lychee and apricot. Enjoy this exuberant wine with exotically spiced dishes that will bring out its intriguing nuances.
With a name based on the French word sauvage, or wild, Sauvignon Blanc is an ancient grape that can be traced back at least 500 years. We named this wine Coeur Sauvage, or wild heart, because it truly touches upon the variety's origins and essence. Fresh flavors of white grapefruit and lemon are punctuated by lemongrass and mineral nuances on the palate, followed by a crisp, dry finish. Enjoy this classic Sauvignon Blanc with fresh fish or dishes that feature goat cheese.
This fresh and energetic Bordeaux Blanc, composed of 80% Sauvignon Blanc and 20% Semillon, shows textbook citrus and herbal notes of lemon, grapefruit and grass prominently on the palate. It's delicious on its own, but would also match well with goat cheese or herb-inflected fish dishes.
Negan is the man we all love to hate, but you have to respect his uncompromising style. This red blend is also brawny and bold, creating devotees with its robust, extracted flavors of vanilla, dark chocolate and caramel. A portion of the wine was aged for three months in used barrels. Composed of 73% Merlot, 18% Zinfandel and 9% Petite Sirah, this is a wine that packs a punch harder than Lucille’s, compelling you through the apocalypse and beyond.
Resourceful, fearless and capable of handling both the dead and the living, Daryl Dixon is a loner and man of few words, but his loyalty to the group is immediately apparent to anyone he encounters. This California Cabernet Sauvignon is similarly reliable, showing depth and an attractive core of ripe black fruits, intermingled with savory nuances of coffee bean and dried herbs. Like Daryl’s crossbow, this is a wine you can count on to always hit the mark.
Whether he’s fighting off a herd of walkers or rallying communities to defend against the Saviors, Rick Grimes is undoubtedly the leader of the group, just as this Petite Sirah would command the attention of anyone who tastes it. Like Rick, this red is a true crowd pleaser — bold, dark and balanced, exhibiting a notable tension between the bright acidity and firm, tannic structure. You'll realize with just one sip that this is a wine that’ll never let you down.
Bold and dense, this blend of 73% Merlot, 18% Zinfandel and 9% Petite Sirah shows black cherry, black plum, vanilla, dried herbs, oak flavors on the palate and firm, chewy tannins on the warm finish.
When you’re tired of listening to the Debbie Downer in your life lament about the weather forecast and lurking pathogens, it's time to break out this charming bottle of Chardonnay. With a flavor profile that’s bursting with delightful citrus and orchard fruit, this wine is the perfect antidote to all of life’s trials and tribulations – and just maybe the ray of sunshine that actually perks up Debbie.
What should you be drinking this weekend? Stefon will tell you that New York's hottest wine is definitely this Beaujolais from Burgundy. This good-time red has everything: enticing aromatics, candied violet flavors, goocidity (good acidity). He could probably get more specific, but here's all you need to know: Pop this bottle open and be prepared to have a bizarrely awesome time. Just don't use a human corkscrew- or ask what that is.
The grapes for this exquisite Merlot were sourced from sustainable vineyards and grown in mineral-rich soils, which produce plush yet structured wines. Concentrated and ripe, with flavors of black cherry, plum and roasted coffee bean, this is a rich and more full-flavored example of Merlot. Savor it with braised or grilled red meats.
'Fear Thy Neighbor' Old Vine Zinfandel is the quintessential ice breaker to share with your new neighbors. Watch out though, with ripe juicy berry flavors and vibrant fresh fruit, they may never want to leave!
This wine is as laid-back as a Saturday-afternoon cookout. Plump and juicy, with notes of blackberry and raspberry preserves, it pairs well with anything from pulled-pork sliders to spicy chicken wings. Drink it on a porch, in a backyard, or on any occasion where you're trying to please a crowd.
This is a wine to bring along in your basket when you're throwing down a blanket at the park. With ripe tropical fruit and citrus flavors exuberantly displayed on the palate alongside a hint of toasted oak and butter, this French Chardonnay is full-bodied in style, yet it delivers a lovely vein of acidity that focuses and lifts the finish. That's exactly what you'll need while enjoying your tender drumstick or juicy chicken salad.
If ever there was a wine fit for a king as mighty and honorable as Aragorn, this is it. A blend of 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc and 5% Malbec, this unmatched red is from the Lussac-St.-Émilion appellation, once the site of historic battles and dreams of victory. Rich, concentrated and built to last, it’s intensely expressive of its terroir, displaying black-fruit flavors and polished tannins on the palate. Your quest for the consummate drinking experience ends here.
The most noble, beautiful and powerful of the elven women is honored by this high-toned wine, a Bordeaux Blanc with piercing citrus flavors and remarkable concentration. Just as Galadriel is revered by the tree people and all those graced by her presence, this impressive white is a true crowd pleaser, imbuing an immediate sense of devotion with its charming embrace. Take a sip and fall under its ethereal spell.
As honest and pure as a hobbit’s heart, this Zinfandel is crafted in honor of the most adventurous one of them all: Frodo Baggins, keeper of the ring. And just as hobbits are sturdier than they appear, so are the old vines that produced this red, which have endured for decades to survive – and flourish – against all odds. Vibrant flavors of blackberry, fig and spiced plum carry through to the warm, pleasing finish of this reliable wine.
The great wizard Gandalf can only be embodied by a variety as respected and celebrated as Pinot Noir. Like the wise old wanderer, this subtle, yet complex red is unassuming at first glance, but quickly revealed to be spirited and persuasive, with black raspberry, alpine strawberry and forest floor flavors casting a spell over your palate, bringing you back for sip after sip. Give in to your sense of adventure and follow along.
Wine is often described through a spectrum of flavors, but it can also be assessed by its color, as the particular shades of a wine can reveal valuable clues about its vintage and quality. This blend of 41% Mourvèdre, 32% Syrah and 27% Grenache is dominated by a beautiful array of red hues, ranging from vibrant scarlet to deep burgundy. Pour a glass and contemplate what you see before finally taking a sip.
As versatile as a buttermilk biscuit, this red blend, composed of 41% Mourvèdre, 32% Syrah and 27% Grenache, will shine with a variety of Southern favorites, from red beans and rice to roasted pork loin wrapped in bacon. Plump fruit flavors of plum, cherry and blackberry are effortlessly showcased on the palate, supported by a juicy acidity and spicy, firm tannins on the finish.
Pure and juicy, this Italian white from the Piemonte region, is a great illustration of balance, with plenty of fruit expression, counteracted by fresh acidity. Flavors of Meyer lemon- both zest and juice, alongside melon and hints of almond and white pepper, make this an intriguing wine to sip on its own, or to compliment fish and seafood dishes.
Dolcetto, a grape that many believe to produce an easy going, simple wine to enjoy, is actually one that can be greatly influenced by the terroir in which it is grown. This particular Dolcetto hails from the esteemed Dogliani Valdibà DOC, recognized as imparting distinct characteristics to the grapes grown here. Located in the Northern Italian region of the Langhe, the area is close to the cooling influences of the Alps, allowing the grapes to fully mature, while keeping the freshness and acidity in the fruit. The result is a rich, supple Dolcetto with balancing acidity and freshness that some may not have. Enjoy this delightful wine with pork, duck and lighter red meats.
The 2016 harvest in California was smaller again due to drought conditions, but we scoured the proverbial haystack of Cabernet Sauvignon to source the best that the state had to offer — and we found it in Paso Robles. This wine shows depth and an attractive core of ripe black fruits, intermingled with savory nuances of coffee bean and dried herbs, the tannins adding structure to the finish. Serve this sublime, superbly balanced Cabernet with grilled red meats, or enjoy it on its own.
Carménère, a transplant from France, has become one of Chile's signature grapes. This superlative example displays the varietal’s trademark juicy flavors of currant, cherry and plum, interwoven with savory notes of dried herbs and pepper. Ideal pairings include marinated red meats, hearty stews and earthy vegetable dishes.
Recent archaeological digs on this Mediterranean island oasis have surfaced evidence of wine production dating back to the Bronze Age, around 3500 years ago! This discovery makes Sardinia the oldest known European wine producing region. Juicy tropical fruit flavors of papaya and pineapple on the palate make this Vermentino a quaffable delight on its own, or with fresh fish dishes.
Spain is known for its crowd-pleasing wines, and this old-vine Grenache is no exception. Brimming with ripe, concentrated fruit flavors of plum, fig and blackberry alongside savory notes of tobacco, vanilla and cocoa powder, this beauty will find many fans at your next party. Pair it with richly seasoned red meats, or just enjoy it on its own.
Plump and concentrated, this wine is loaded with sun-dried black fruit flavors of berry, plum and fig interlaced with savory notes of vanilla, tobacco and cocoa powder. Enjoy this bodacious Spanish red with meats off the BBQ or, better yet, a heaping plate of ribs.
As a farmer's daughter, Maggie would have appreciated the care and dedication that went into growing the grapes for this expressive red blend of 60% Petite Sirah and 40% Zinfandel. Featuring bold blackberry and blueberry flavors and medium-firm tannins on the finish, this wine is a true crowd-pleaser — robust, dependable and easy to love, much like Maggie herself. Raise a glass of this memorable red to the idea of finding true love, even amid a zombie apocalypse.
The growing region for this acidic and minerally Sauvignon Blanc is defined by maritime influences and alluvial soils, and the end result is a fresh and vibrant expression of the variety, with high-toned tropical and stone-fruit aromas and flavors. Crisp and driven, this is a perfect aperitif, but would make a bright companion for light shellfish and salads as well.
Cannonau, a grape more recognized by its synonym, Grenache, is known as such on the Mediterranean oasis of Sardegna. This version from the rugged garrigue-laden island landscape has herb-tinged flavors of ripe strawberries, dark cherry and plum on the palate. While an intriguing wine on its own, it will really shine when paired with richer poultry dishes like duck and quail.
This New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is the perfect antidote to steamy Southern summers. Pour a chilled glass and let the vibrant and juicy fruit flavors of lime, grapefruit and passion fruit relieve your thirst and keep the heat at bay. Pairing options for this lively white include fresh salads and light seafood dishes.
Sourced from vineyards planted near the picturesque Western Cape town of Wellington, this wine features lovely honeycomb aromatics that waft from the glass. Ripe, luscious orchard fruit notes are interwoven with additional honeycomb nuances on the palate, culminating in a richer texture, yet the wine is kept fresh by a balancing acidity. A delightful alternative to a fruit-forward Chardonnay. Savor this lovely white with rich seafood or chicken dishes.
Chenin Blanc is a variety that has been quite successfully proliferated in South Africa, and this is a wonderful example. Tropical fruit flavors of pineapple and papaya are pleasantly displayed on the palate, accented by notes of honeycomb and straw. A richer version of the variety, this will be a delightful companion for pork dishes that incorporate a bit of sweetness, such as honey-roasted ham.
With every gesture, every glance, we suspect something ominous and dangerous is afoot. The scene is set with the suspense of a true-crime thriller - and a bottle of Chenin Blanc. What secrets does this bottle of Sinister Intent hold? Uncork the truly unforgettable ripe, fleshy tropical fruit flavors of pineapple and papaya with a sweet hint of honey.
A hybrid of Pinot Noir and Cinsault, Pinotage captures both the hearty qualities of Cinsault and the more delicate characteristics of Pinot Noir. In this wine, strawberry and blackberry flavors shine, and pliable tannins are revealed on the finish. Pair this light- to medium-bodied red with pork dishes.
Bred especially for herding cattle, Drover’s dogs are the workhorses of the Australian farm. This Shiraz from the Limestone Coast is similarly energetic and eager to please, with rich, concentrated blackberry and boysenberry fruit flavors accented by vanilla and toasted oak, and it will be the dynamo of your wine rack. Whether you’re having a gang of friends over for a barbecue, or it’s time for a glass of wine on your own, this red will get the job done right.
Wine is often described through a spectrum of flavors, but it can also be assessed by its color, as the particular shades can reveal valuable clues about its flavors and body. This Pinot Gris is dominated by a beautiful array of green and yellow hues, ranging from pale lime to golden. Pour a glass and contemplate what you see before finally taking a sip.
The Rogue Valley is teeming with scenic landscapes, and the best way to take it all in is from a cloudhopper, better known as a hot-air balloon. Spy the vineyards that produced this fresh and juicy Pinot Gris, with vibrant orchard and tropical fruit flavors on the palate. A delight to sip, this buoyant white will easily transport you into the clouds, particularly when enjoyed with a light salad or fresh oysters.
A portion of the purchase of this wine will be donated to CONCERN Worldwide, an international organization with 3,000 field workers dedicated to community-based solutions and innovations in the treatment of malnutrition, maternal and child health care, disease prevention, sanitation and disaster recovery in 25 of the world's poorest countries. This versatile, delicious white wine was created to remind anyone who drinks it just how good life is-and how much of a challenge mere survival can be elsewhere. Help out! Drink up!
This exciting French Pinot Noir is the wine version of Choose Your Own Adventure. Whether you're bringing it with you on a weekend camping trip or looking for a little escapism from the comforts of your front porch, pop this enticing red open and be carried away by the raspberry, cherry and cassis flavors. Adventure awaits!
This structured Pinot Noir comes from the Pays d'Oc region of Southern France, where a mosaic of terroirs shaped its fleshy nature. With aromas and flavors of cassis, raspberry and earth, the wine is a joy to drink and perfect for casual consumption, combining French elegance with depth. Drink this lovely red on its own, or with mushroom risotto to see it really shine.
This rich Cabernet Sauvignon hails from Oregon’s southernmost wine region, Rogue Valley, where the convergence of three mountain ranges leads to the planting of vineyards on hillsides rather than the valley floor. A fine example from the area, this red showcases dark fruit flavors of cherry and plum, savory notes of dried herbs and coffee bean, and well-integrated tannins on the finish. Enjoy it with a selection of grilled meats or other savory fare.
This savory Cabernet Sauvignon hails from Oregon’s southernmost wine region, Rogue Valley, where the convergence of three mountain ranges leads to the planting of vineyards on hillsides rather than the valley floor. A fine example from the area, showcasing dark fruit flavors of cherry and plum, alongside notes of dried herbs and coffee bean, with well-integrated tannins on the finish. Enjoy it with a selection of grilled red meats.
Ripe, juicy, sun-ripened berry fruit flavors are showcased on the palate of this approachable and crowd-pleasing red, making it the perfect foil for pizza or a bowl of pasta drenched in tomato sauce. This organically grown Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is a stellar example of why the grape is the second most-cultivated variety in Italy.
Ripe, juicy and approachable, this organically grown Montepulciano is perfect for a small, simple gathering, where lingering over a casual meal in the company of a handful of your favorite people is all you need. Pair this easygoing red with baked pasta dishes or spaghetti Bolognese for a classic match.
True to form, this Prosecco features light floral aromatics, followed by stone fruit flavors and frothy effervescence on the palate. Delightful and fun, this is a perfect wine to have on hand for those unexpected guests and spur-of-the-moment get-togethers. While delicious on its own, this Prosecco will also complement light hors d'oeuvres and brunch dishes.
Vibrant and gutsy, yet controlled, this Spanish Tempranillo is as badass as the katana-wielding Michonne. And like her weapon of choice, it will slice you to your very core with its focused acidity and pure, concentrated flavors of cherry and plum. Despite the driven, dominating fruit shown on the palate, however, the finish is warm, charming and pleasant, easily inviting you back for another sip. Trust your gut and take it — you'll be forever loyal.
This rosé is deeper in color and more robust than most, yet there's plenty of vibrant acidity to keep the wine fresh. It's a delight on its own, but would also be delicious with anything from grilled seafood to barbecue chicken.
Maternal and protective, Carol may come off as soft, almost delicate, at first, but like this Monterey County rosé, she turns out to be anything but once unleashed. The bright strawberry and watermelon flavors of this intriguing wine surge forth on the palate, along with a complexity and quiet inner strength that few rosés possess. When it comes to quenching your thirst and sense of adventure, this is a wine that gets the job done — but on its own terms.
The aromatics of this plush, richly fruited Merlot deliver exactly what they suggest: ripe flavors of plum, cherry and cassis. Utterly enjoyable on its own, this is a red for any day of the week, yet its food-friendly nature and appetizing tannins encourage you to savor it with a special meal. Heed your instincts — complementary pairings run the gamut from beef Bourguignon to hearty vegetable stew.
Here’s a trick to brighten up your dish – whether coming up with a new dinnertime favorite or making a delicious meal out of leftover ingredients, this clean and lightweight Pinot Grigio can elevate your recipe with a citrusy profile and zingy mouthfeel. For anything from chicken piccata to pasta primavera or pan-fried shrimp with garlic, turn to this vibrant white for a splash in the pan or a sip from the glass.
Looking to create your own signature dish? This Cabernet Sauvignon from Paso Robles is a versatile and food-friendly red wine that provides a myriad of options for pairing and cooking. With a dark and savory flavor profile, it has notes of black cherry, currant and coffee bean and can enhance a range of dishes, from hearty braised short ribs to a simple grilled steak. Serve this red at home for a dinner your guests won't soon forget.
Elevate dinner at home with this elegant rosé. Its bright pink hue will draw you in for a taste and surprise you with a juicy watermelon and strawberry flavor profile. A single sip is sure to conjure up memories of a warm morning brunch in the city or a quiet sunset on the porch. Pair this versatile wine with a summery recipe you're experimenting with — anything from a piquant tapenade to grilled fish tacos would make a sublime match.
Sometimes it's the simplest things that can be the most difficult to perfect. Pinot Grigio is a good example of this, as it's easy to grow, producing prolific amounts of fruit, but often results in watered-down, uninspired wine. If it's crafted with care, however, as this wine was, Pinot Grigio can shine as a cheerful and easygoing wine, meant to be enjoyed with flavorful salads and delicate seafood. Keep a chilled bottle of this handy for those impromptu moments that call for pure simplicity.
There’s more to this intriguing rosé than meets the eye. Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s poem — and one of our staff members with the same name — the Raven was crafted from Grenache, which lends it its delicate pink hue. Juicy, fresh and zippy, the wine features stone fruit and strawberry flavors, along with a crisp finish that makes it suitable for light seafood dishes (think: shrimp tacos). Nevermore shall you need to look for a better match.
This Mendoza Cabernet Sauvignon shines with concentrated, yet sophisticated flavors of plum, cherry, cocoa and coffee bean. Polished, firm tannins round out the finish, making this a prime candidate for grilled red meats like lamb or beef.
Chardonnay from California’s warm Central Coast is all about hedonistic pleasure through ripeness and unctuous flavor. Our expression of this region is no exception. Packed with rich, robust flavors of tropical fruit wrapped in a smooth, polished texture, this wine coats your palate ever so enjoyably and leaves you with a long, silky finish. Drink this wine on its own on a cool afternoon, or pair it with butter-poached seafood for a sublime experience.
The Yecla appellation of southeastern Spain sits on a high plateau of limestone-rich soils, surrounded by mountain ranges. The hot, dry summers here make it an ideal place to grow Monastrell, also known around the world as Mourvèdre. Sun-drenched vines produce plump, ripe grapes and voluptuous wines such as this one, which features strawberry, plum and bittersweet chocolate on the palate, supported by structured tannins on the long, lingering finish. Rich poultry and pork dishes would make a delightful companion for this rustic Spanish red.
A portion of the purchase of this wine will be donated to CONCERN Worldwide, an international organization with 3,000 field workers dedicated to community-based solutions and innovations in the treatment of malnutrition, maternal and child health care, disease prevention, sanitation and disaster recovery in 25 of the world's poorest countries. This versatile, delicious Cabernet Sauvignon was created to remind anyone who drinks it just how good life is — and how much of a challenge mere survival can be elsewhere. Help out! Drink up!
Citrus takes center stage with this Sauvignon Blanc from California's Central Coast, where the warm sunshine ripens the grapes to perfection and causes juicy flavors of pink grapefruit, lime and nectarine to burst onto your palate. Be sure to pair this delightfully zesty white with shrimp ceviche, fish tacos or a citrus salad.
Monastrell, more commonly known as Mourvèdre, has a rich history in Spain, dating all the way back to the 1st century. It's often used as a blending grape in other parts of the world, but Spain likes to showcase the variety's rich, rustic nature on its own. This honest and pure version delivers sun-ripened fruit flavors of strawberry, blackberry, fig and black plum on the palate, culminating in a long, lingering finish. Pair this delightful red with richer poultry and pork dishes for a winning combination.
The warm, southern Italian sunshine provided optimal ripening conditions for this exuberant Primitivo. With pure, vibrant red cherry and blackberry flavors on the palate, the wine remains fresh and focused due to an elevated acidity that’s not often found in wines from the hot and dry Puglia region. Grilled fare would make a delightful complement to the juicy, red fruit flavors of the wine. Think: barbecue chicken or Italian sausage.
This aromatic French white blend of 80% Pinot Gris and 20% Muscat will instantly transport you to a Parisian perfumier, where intoxicating fragrances waft through the air. On the palate, luscious flavors of apricot, lime and a hint of ginger spice complement those floral aromas and add to the enjoyable experience. This wine will be a delight with exotically seasoned dishes, such as Indian or Middle Eastern food.
Libellule is the French word for "dragonfly" — and it was these colorful, winged creatures flitting through the flowers that came to mind when we tasted this vividly fragrant white blend of 80% Pinot Gris and 20% Muscat. With aromas of jasmine and citrus blossom, this joyous wine has a balancing acidity that buoys the vibrant flavors of lime, nectarine and apricot. Enjoy it with exotically spiced dishes, which will bring out its intriguing nuances.
Once an island in the Mediterranean Sea, the appellation of La Clape is home to many brightly colored species of birds, including the flamingo. This pretty pink rose is named for the descriptive word that characterizes a group of flamingos — a flamboyance. With juicy, fresh fruit flavors of peach and strawberry on the palate, this delightful wine is lovely to sip on its own, although it would also make a delicious accompaniment for fresh salmon or tuna
Sourced from vineyards within the La Clape appellation, a small segment of the Languedoc region, this wine is named for the Bonelli’s eagle, which has made a home in this quiet part of the world. On the palate, this effusive red shows flavors of blackberry, blueberry and plum, along with savory hints of thyme, rosemary and sage — herbs that grow wild among the shrubs surrounding the vines. Sublime food pairings include lamb and herb-seasoned red meats that echo the nuances of the wine.
Sitting adjacent the Mediterranean Sea, the small, sun-drenched appellation of La Clape in southern France is a landscape rich with limestone cliffs and sandy soils. It’s here that the vineyards can’t help but produce ripe, yet refreshing memorable wines such as this one, which prominently displays flavors of waxy citrus, yellow apple and savory anise. Grilled fish seasoned with lemon and fennel would make an exceptional match.
Sourced from vineyards along the Mediterranean, this white blend features essences of both the sea and the wild herbs that encircle the area. Flavors of citrus, quince and anise are richly displayed on the palate, balanced by a freshness and minerality imparted by the ocean breezes and limestone soils. This wine's intriguing nature is best showcased with fresh fish and rich shellfish.
Guaso, meaning rough and rustic, perfectly describes this richly fruited Cabernet Sauvignon that pays homage to the huasos, or rugged Chilean cowboys that figure prominently in the country's folklore. Whether at rodeos, parades or fiestas, huasos and huasas are always the center attraction, just like the dark fruit flavors of cherry and plum found in this wine. Corral your friends and enjoy a glass with a perfectly grilled steak for a meal that's fit for a true cowboy.
Easygoing and smooth, with ripe fruit flavors of plum and black cherry alongside dark chocolate notes. A perfect accompaniment to heartier poultry dishes and simple steaks. This delicious Merlot combines richness with distinctive French character in a crowd-pleasing fashion, making it ideal for casual consumption.
This Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon hits the nail right on the head, its black-red fruit flavors of cherry and plum bursting forth on the palate along with savory hints of dark chocolate and green pepper. Rich and extracted, the wine's firm tannins demand a grilled steak or burger, which will really encourage it to shine. One sip and you'll agree that we got this one exactly right.
It's curieuse indeed how Syrah can be made in such a wide array of styles. Grown in all corners of the world, from South Africa to Australia, it's a variety that can develop into wildly different wines. This French example hails from a warm growing region that imparts its trademark aromatics of blueberry and olive, followed by concentrated notes of blackberry, blood orange and smoked meat on the palate. Pair this gorgeous red with grilled lamb for a sublime experience.
Ça roule? is the French way of saying “How's it going?” and it’s the perfect name for this fun and flirty wine. Made from 100% Gamay Noir, this Beaujolais is easygoing and easy to love, with enticing aromas of red cherry and candied violet that draw you in, followed by bright flavors of alpine strawberry and plum on the palate. Lovely on its own, this pleasant red is even better with a platter of salumi and cheese. After a few sips, it'll be going just fine.
Galileo said, "Wine is sunlight, held together by water" — and this Merlot is a testament to that observation. Benefiting from the unique and diverse soils of Paso Robles, this wine is concentrated, yet restrained and sophisticated. On the palate, ripe, red-black-fruit flavors mingle with savory notes of vanilla and dried herbs, all of it focused by a natural acidity and medium-firm tannins. This is the consummate red-meat wine, so fire up the grill and enjoy!
Syrah is known among grapegrowers as a variety that likes a view, because it often grows best when planted on a cool, coastal hill. Bursting with juicy flavors of blueberry and blackberry, as well as savory notes of smoked meat and olive, this is a stellar example of the variety. Sip this wine with grilled red meats for an experience that's almost as breathtaking as the view from a French hillside vineyard.
The Beaujolais region of Burgundy is well known for its easygoing, medium-bodied reds made from the Gamay grape. This version shows off quintessential characteristics of the variety, featuring juicy, exuberant red fruit flavors of cherry and strawberry alongside savory notes of violet and black pepper. Enjoy this jubilant red on its own, or take advantage of its versatility and pair it with anything from poultry to pork to salmon.
This French Cabernet Sauvignon is rich and sophisticated, with flavors of plum, black currant and dark cherry interwoven with dried herbs and graphite on the palate. A hint of oak also adds a layer of complexity and length to the finish. Pair with bistro favorites such as steak frites.
Over the past two decades, Monterey County has become synonymous with Pinot Noir. This well-balanced version is supple and smooth, displaying black raspberry, cherry, mushroom and soy flavors on the palate. Enjoy it alongside Asian-inspired dishes for a superlative pairing.
Rich and savory, this French Cabernet Sauvignon displays black-red fruit flavors of cherry, plum and currant on the palate with herbal nuances and touches of oak adding layers of complexity and sophistication. To complete the Parisian fantasy, pair this red with a bistro classic, steak au poivre.
Even hardened wine professionals will tell you there’s no more picturesque a sight than the mountains hugging a wine region at dawn. We never take it for granted, and it’s the view over the Santa Lucia Range that we soaked in when we first tasted this vibrant Chardonnay from Monterey. Loaded with apple and citrus flavors interwoven with hints of baking spices, this is a beautifully textured white meant to be enjoyed with fish and seafood.
Translated literally as "four cats," quattro gatti describes a small social gathering of a few, select friends. This ripe and full-figured red blend from Puglia is perfect for just such an occasion, with tobacco, vanilla, cherry and plum flavors giving way to a warm, spicy finish. Sometimes lingering over a simple, casual meal in the company of a handful of your favorite people is all you need for a most enjoyable evening.
Chasseur de Cailloux, or pebble hunter, was the name that came to mind when we discovered this vivid, juicy Rhône blend of 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah and 20% Carignan. The vineyards of the Southern Rhône Valley are covered with thousands of round pebbles that capture the warm sunshine of the day and radiate that warmth during the night, resulting in perfectly ripened grapes and wines with both concentration and focus. Exhibiting flavors of blackberry and blueberry, this delightful and food-friendly wine will pair well with richer poultry and pork dishes.
One of the best ways to enjoy a foreign city is to sip the local wine at a neighborhood bistro, soaking up the ambience. It turns out that the French call such a person la flâneuse, or one who idly observes her surroundings. This delightful red blend of 50% Grenache, 30% Syrah and 20% Carignane, with prominently displayed flavors of blueberry and damson plum, is precisely the type of wine you should drink on a cobblestone corner as you leisurely take in the Paris sights — or to remind yourself of how wonderful it was the last time you did.
It is curieuse indeed why an enchanting variety like Viognier may have almost gone extinct, with approximately only 80 acres planted worldwide in the 1980s. Since then, world-renowned regions like France's Condrieu have brought Viognier out of the shadows and onto the world stage, where it belongs. This particular example features all the hallmarks of the variety, from the delicate white floral aromas to the lovely flavors of peach and apricot on the palate, all lifted by a vein of acidity. Dishes that incorporate ginger and stone fruits are sure to make stellar accompaniments.
Simple and pure, Viognier is a variety that's known for its heady aromatics of delicate white flowers and juicy, perfectly ripened flavors of peaches and apricots — and this wine certainly lives up to that reputation. Pair this beauty with grilled pork chops and peaches.
You needn't be sly as a fox to enjoy this savory and luscious red, but it would help if you mean to get a taste while serving it at a dinner party. This appetizing, food-friendly wine will lure your guests into taking sip after sip with its flavors of red currant, plum, dried herbs and graphite, and you might find them monopolizing the bottle if you're not careful. Make sure you manage a glass for yourself, no matter what it takes. Sharing can be overrated.
Sarriette is the French word for savory, and it perfectly describes this mouthwatering and tasty red. A textbook Cabernet Franc, it displays dried, herb-inflected flavors of red currant and plum, balanced by a vein of acidity and appetizing tannins. This is a wine that would make a harmonious partner for dishes heavy on the umami, like an herb-marinated steak.
Maybe you heard about this wine through the grapevine, or maybe you discovered it yourself and plan on telling all your friends about it. Whatever the case, this red blend just may be the best thing that’s happened to you all day. One whiff of the plush, ripe plum and cherry aromatics, and you won't be able to resist picking up the glass for a taste. On the palate, lush, black-red fruit flavors, along with vanilla and tobacco notes, are wrapped in a distinctly supple and velvety texture. Indulge all you'd like – we won't tell.
For centuries, the Portuguese have been drawn to the sea to explore new lands — but the country also offers much for others to discover. This red blend of 40% Touriga Nacional, 35% Syrah and 25% Aragonez is a textbook introduction to the wines of the warm, arid vineyards of Southern Portugal. Plump, ripe fruit flavors of blackberry and cherry are distinctly displayed and elevated with notes of vanilla and tobacco on the palate, making this the perfect wine to enjoy with barbecue fare. Explore something new, using just your wineglass.
With the deluge of delicious foods pouring out of Italy today, it’s difficult to imagine an era when the country's poor had only beans to eat in lieu of meat. But that’s when charming phrases like capita a fagiolo arise, which literally translates to “happens at the bean” and means “perfect timing — you’ve come just as the beans were being served!” This ripe, robust red of 84% Negroamaro and 16% Primitivo is the wine to pop open at a spontaneous gathering of good friends and simple foods, such as burgers, grilled sausages ... and perhaps a bean salad.
Chasseur de cailloux, or pebble hunter, was the name that came to mind when we discovered this rich, yet juicy Rhône blend of 60% Grenache Blanc, 40% Roussanne and 10% Clairette. The vineyards of the Southern Rhône Valley are covered with thousands of round pebbles that capture the warm sunshine of the day and radiate that warmth during the night, resulting in perfectly ripened grapes and wines with freshness and focus. Exhibiting spiced flavors of peach and pear, this delightful and food-friendly wine should be matched with richer seafood, chicken or pork dishes.
Hailing from the picturesque Northern Italian region of Piedmont, this Barbera represents pure enjoyment and is not meant to be taken too seriously. Easygoing fruit flavors of cherry and plum are vibrantly expressed on the palate, making this a red to be enjoyed with the simple things in life. A wide array of modest Italian dishes, like chicken cacciatore, would do nicely.
This ripe and exuberant red is perfect for lingering over a simple, casual meal in the company of a handful of your favorite people. Enchanting aromatics of red cherry, vanilla and toasty oak greet you, followed by bright red fruit flavors on the palate that culminate in a pleasantly warm finish.
Côtes du Rhône Blanc wines can be quite intriguing, as a variety of blend options are possible to create a vast array of different styles. This particularly noble example is composed of 60% Grenache Blanc, 40% Roussanne and 10% Clairette, and displays telltale aromatics of jasmine and stone fruit. On the palate, flavors of peach, pear and baking spices are supported and brought to focus by a captivating vein of acidity. Whether you're wandering the streets of Paris in search of a new wine, or looking for a white to pair with your favorite pork dish, this memorable blend is just the thing.
Barbera, the most popular varietal grown in Piedmont, is what you'll find the locals drinking there because the wine is so approachable soon after bottling. It's also just plain delicious. Vibrant red cherry, plum and licorice flavors are the focus in this shining example, with hints of leather and spice adding interest. Enjoy this delightful expression of the grape alongside a simple pasta dish to complete the Italian experience.
Named after one of our pivotal team members, Joyce Mendoza, this quintessential Malbec demonstrates why more than three-quarters of the world’s Malbec comes from Argentina. It’s where the grape thrives in the high elevation and produces wines with dark, rich and earthy fruit flavors that are supported by a vibrant acidity and firm, chewy tannins. Pair this versatile red with grilled red meats or bolder cheeses for optimal enjoyment.
Ruta Nacional 40 is a road that traverses more than 3,000 miles through 11 provinces and all of Argentina's wine appellations. We couldn't think of a better name for a variety that put Argentina on the world's winemaking map. In this bottle you'll experience all that a classic Malbec has to offer — the ripe, dark fruit flavors prominently displayed on the palate and medium-firm tannins playing a supporting role on the finish. This is the wine that just may inspire you to travel Ruta Nacional 40 in person.
This stellar Cabernet Sauvignon demonstrates why Washington's Horse Heaven Hills appellation is finally getting the recognition it deserves. Crafted from the best grapes found in the proverbial haystack, the wine shows remarkable depth and an attractive core of ripe black fruits, intermingled with savory nuances of coffee bean and dried herbs. Serve this sublime, superbly balanced Cabernet with grilled red meats, or simply enjoy it on its own.
In Argentina, the term buena onda, or “good vibes,” refers to an experience that’s sublimely amazing. This Mendoza Syrah is the perfect example. Ripe fruit flavors of blackberry and plum are interwoven with savory notes of smoked meat and chocolate, resulting in the consummate wine for grilled meats. Grab a glass and enjoy the good vibes coming your way.
Even though the Rio Oja is one of Spain’s best-known rivers, its most important is actually the powerful Ebro, which helped to carve out vineyards that have been producing grapes for two centuries. Aged in oak barrels for 12 months, this Tempranillo is a classic example of what Spain has to offer, characterized by flavors of juicy cherry and plum, along with accents of citrus and licorice. It’s a delight on its own, but will shine even brighter with Spanish fare like paprika-spiced smoked pork.
Futtitinni is a term used in Sicily to mean "take it easy" and "don't let the little things bother you," and this easygoing white will help you do just that. Aromas of jasmine and orange blossom waft from the glass and draw you in for a sip, where you'll discover juicy, ripe flavors of melon and ginger. While away the time with a glass of this light-hearted wine, or savor it alongside fresh seafood or spicy fare.
Here's a wine that'll have more than a few tongues wagging. Spettagolare means "to gossip" in Italian, and after just a sip, that's exactly what you'll be doing about this Sicilian white crafted from the Zibbibo grape. With origins in northern Africa, Zibbibo is rumored to be Cleopatra's favorite variety, and given its enchanting floral aromatics of ginger and orange blossom, it's easy to see why. Enjoy this enchanting wine with some grilled seafood and good friends, and just let the stories flow.
Showcasing dozens of appellations and grape varieties, the Loire Valley is a multifaceted and diverse landscape that's world-renowned for its wines. This Sauvignon Blanc is a stellar example from the famed region. Pure, high-toned citrus and tropical fruit flavors are vibrantly displayed on the palate, while an elevated acidity focuses the finish. For the ultimate pairing, enjoy this crisp white with a light salad or fresh seafood.
Sourced from Ezio’s birthplace of Tuscany, this red is charming and charismatic, like the Renaissance hero himself, displaying flavors of cherry and red plum on the palate. It's an enchanting Super Tuscan that will make you believe in the enlightened perfection that the Assassins know humans are capable of achieving.
Displaying impressive finesse and flavors of red currant and savory herbs, this red is the embodiment of Altaïr. The Cabernet Franc grape tends to mature quickly, just as Altaïr became the youngest to obtain the rank of Master Assassin. Take a leap of faith with this dynamic wine and be reformed in your tastes forever.
Just as Aveline is the ultimate social chameleon, this French white blend is infinitely versatile, deftly tackling various food pairings and displaying different characteristics each time. The wine can be buoyant or rich, depending on the match — let it liberate your senses and challenge all that you know.
Often misunderstood, Arno struggles with finding his way in the world, despite his pure intentions. Similarly, Zweigelt remains an obscure grape for many, but one sip will show you why it’s so popular in Austria. Vibrant flavors of plum, morello cherry and violet abound, revealing a romantic core that ultimately shines through.
Only a variety as ancient as Tempranillo, thought to have given rise to Spanish wine as we know it today, could represent the character of Bayek, whose tenets for the Hidden Ones organization are the basis for the Assassin’s Creed. Here's a ripe, full-bodied and remarkable example that's as special as an Apple of Eden.
Sometimes the most intriguing creations are born from forging the old and the new. Such is the case with this New World take on Cabernet Sauvignon and namesake for the complicated character of Ratonhnhake:ton, aka Connor. Extremely complex, yet pleasing and balanced, this is a wine that has something for everyone.
There are some wines that need to be tasted to be believed. You wouldn't think that Pinot Grigio could be this juicy and interesting, but this refreshing example demonstrates why the delle Venezie region was recently given an upgraded classification. Classically styled, with citrus flavors on the palate and a saline minerality on the finish, this is a wine that's custom-made for fresh seafood and light salads.
The god of the sea himself must have been looking over this light and refreshing Italian Pinot Grigio as it was being made, as it's the perfect partner for all manner of fresh seafood. Featuring the grape's trademark citrus fruit flavors on the palate, this heavenly white is also a complete delight to drink on its own.
With a name derived from the French word sauvage, or wild, Sauvignon Blanc is a grape that can be traced back at least 500 years. We named this wine Coeur Sauvage, or wild heart, because it truly touches upon the variety's origins and essence. Fresh flavors of passion fruit and key lime are punctuated by citrus zest and mineral nuances on the palate, followed by a crisp, dry finish. Enjoy this classically styled Sauvignon Blanc with fresh fish or dishes that feature goat cheese.
Tempranillo, the grape variety that has become synonymous with Spain, is the focus of this robust red wine. Flavors of red cherry, plum and citrus zest are layered with savory notes of vanilla, leather and toasted oak. Aging in oak barrels for 12 months, resulted in a Tempranillo with more complexity, sophistication and a warm, lingering finish. Don't forget to cook up a meat-studded Paella to complete the ultimate Spanish experience.
For centuries the Portuguese have been drawn to the sea to explore new lands — but the country also offers much for others to discover. This white blend of 50% Loureiro and 50% Arinto is a textbook introduction to the wines of the lush, green vineyards of northern Portugal. Lively fruit flavors of under-ripe melon and peach are distinctly displayed on the palate and remain zippy and fresh throughout, making this the perfect wine to sip outside on a lazy afternoon. Explore something new, using just your wineglass.
Cava, Spain's answer to sparkling wine, is made using the methode champenoise, and has often been overlooked by many consumers compared to sparkling wines from other parts of the world, like Italy. This textbook example of Cava, with aromas and flavors of apple, toasted biscuit and almond, is a great introduction to these delectable wines. Enjoy a glass on its own, or with fried oysters for a surprisingly delightful pairing!
Robust and intriguing, this California red blend is balanced by just the right amount of fruit, oak and acidity. On the palate, flavors of black cherry and black plum are laced with a whiff of vanilla, while toasted oak nuances are prominently displayed, yet well-integrated and complementary. This is a wine that's delicious on its own, but it would also make a delightful accompaniment for herb-crusted rib eye.
Taking inspiration from the gardens of the Loire Valley, Sauvignon Blanc's ancestral home, this stellar Napa Valley version of the variety features vibrant citrus flavors and light herbal nuances. It would make a lovely accompaniment for a variety of brunch dishes, especially ones that incorporate goat cheese.
High-toned citrus flavors of lemon and lime are interwoven with lemongrass in this Sauvignon Blanc from sunny Napa Valley. Fresh, lively and vibrant, this is a wine custom-built to wake up your palate and prepare it dishes such as raw oysters or a fresh salad of spinach and goat cheese.
Richly textured and layered, this Sancerre reveals a bounty of citrus fruit flavors, including pink and white grapefruit. It's a more weighty version of the variety, but a vein of acidity and hint of dusty minerality keeps the wine focused and driven. For an unforgettable pairing, serve this vibrant white with roast chicken or salmon with an herb-citrus marinade.
The Russian River Valley has become synonymous with excellent California Chardonnay, producing a rich style that combines ripe fruit flavors with bright acidity. This smooth and balanced wine hits that mark, with luscious lemon curd and pineapple flavors, toasted oak nuances and a focused finish. Match this food-friendly wine with butter-poached fish or any dish that incorporates lemon.
The Sonoma Mountain appellation is one the few regions that's better defined by its elevation than its expanse. Planted on the western side of the mountain, between 400 and 1,200 feet, the vineyards are cooled by the ocean breezes that make their way through the Petaluma Gap, allowing the delicate Pinot Noir grapes to gradually ripen in the morning sunshine. Ripe and concentrated, this wine features flavors of black raspberry, black cherry and cassis, enhanced by nuances of forest floor, mushroom and soy. Enjoy this exemplary Pinot Noir with feathered game or pork dishes.
Hailing from the St. Helena appellation of the Napa Valley, this blend of 94% Sauvignon Blanc and 6% Sémillon features quintessential Bordeaux Blanc characteristics. It combines the high-toned underripe guava and pineapple flavors of Sauvignon Blanc with the hay and waxy nuances found in Sémillon. This is a taut, sophisticated white wine that will pair beautifully with unfettered dishes like grilled white fish or a simple salad with goat cheese.
The 2009 harvest had warm, consistent weather, resulting in wines with rich, opulent black-red fruit flavors of cherry, plum and currant. While not necessarily a classic vintage from Bordeaux, the wine still displays sophisticated textbook nuances of dried herbs and graphite, along with firm, yet appetizing tannins. Meant for food, this is a wine that will shine when paired with herb-inflected red meats, like lamb and beef.
Found in the Touraine region of the Loire Valley, Montlouis Sur Loire, is an under-the-radar appellation, producing some of the best Chenin Blanc out of France. Something to note, is as this varietal ages, subtle, intriguing nuances develop and appear. Just is the case with this stellar example, as orchard fruit flavors have given way to savory notes of lannolin, beeswax and mineral, as well, despite its age, this wine has lovely energy and drive. Best enjoyed at 45-55 degrees, being the wine's subtleties will be lost if served too chilled.
Barrel-fermented in neutral oak for nine months, this Chardonnay features the best of both worlds: a richer mouthfeel and fresh energy on the palate. Sourced from a prized vineyard in the Dry Creek Valley, it exhibits telltale signs of its origins, with ripe lemon and hints of tropical fruit flavors from start to finish. Pair this vibrant expression of the variety with dishes that have similarly high-toned citrus nuances for a combination that’s sure to please.
This Chardonnay, named after one of the four land grants that originally divided the area now known as Carneros, is a vibrant, lithe example of the variety. Made in a non-interventionist style from organic grapes, it exhibits vivid flavors of lemon, green apple and a hint of pineapple, along with an uncharacteristically soft and creamy texture that makes it a quintessential food wine. Look especially toward simply prepared, lemon-accented white fish for a flawless match.
Made with organic grapes sourced from windswept vineyards in the Carneros appellation, this California Chardonnay is fresh, vibrant and driven. Juicy citrus and green apple flavors are unabashedly displayed on the entry, then ever so slightly softened by a creamy texture from the neutral barrel fermentation. A natural with fish, this wine would also be a delight with lemon-roasted chicken.
This beguiling wine is a textbook example of Pinot Noir from the Carneros appellation. Pure, juicy flavors of raspberry, strawberry and rhubarb greet you on the palate, followed by hints of forest floor and pepper. Made from organic grapes, this wine was put through a partial whole-cluster fermentation just to add a little je ne sais quoi. The finished product is taut and intriguing, and a natural with seared salmon or tuna.
Sourced from windswept vineyards near the San Pablo Bay, this Pinot Noir, made with organic grapes, is pure, delicate and displays classic Carneros nuances and style. On the palate, high-toned flavors of strawberry, red raspberry and cherry take center stage, with forest floor and black tea acting as intriguing accents. Enjoy this charming wine alongside salmon for a sublime experience.
Hailing from Mendocino County, this rich and rustic red blend of 75% Carignan and 25% Petite Sirah harkens back to days past, when wooden schooners could be spotted in the churning waters off the coast and wines were crafted naturally. Made from organic grapes, this red blend shows off pure flavors of plum and mixed berries on the palate, followed by earthy notes on the finish. This is a wine meant for hearty, herb-inflected dishes such as leg of lamb.
Like those who journeyed across the ocean to start a new life in a new place, Carignan is a grape with a storied past. Originating from France, the variety was brought to the New World by immigrant Italian families, largely to California's Mendocino County. Some of those original plantings remain today, and this old-vine blend is made from organic grapes that were established in the mid-20th century. Composed of 75% Carignan and 25% Petite Sirah, the wine exhibits rich flavors of blackberry, blue plum and blueberry, tinged with savory notes from the whole-cluster fermentation. Pair this romantic wine with an herb-crusted leg of lamb.
Intense and brilliant ruby red in color, this wine offers dried plum and black currant aromas and flavors, rounded out by black pepper, vanilla, smoke and almond on the palate. This Chilean beauty is structured and elegant, providing a truly complex, yet harmonious, drinking experience.
Since its inception as a wine region a few decades ago, Willamette Valley has been noted as a special place for growing Burgundian varieties, especially Pinot Noir. The region’s unique soils produce superior wines capable of garnering worldwide recognition and praise. This particular example illustrates exactly why Pinot Noir is so revered in the area, exhibiting flavors of perfectly ripened black raspberry and red cherry that are interlaced with notes of black tea and rose petal. Delightful on its own, this red will also shine with salmon or quail.
Sourced from prized vineyards in the Dry Creek Valley, the wine was made with both bâttonage and sur-lie aging techniques, lending it juicy yet rich flavors of pineapple and lemon, followed by a hint of butterscotch on the finish. An elevated acidity focuses the flavors on the palate — surprising, given the way the wine was aged, but it’s this paradox that makes it so memorable. Pair it with butter-poached fish or lobster for an unforgettable meal.
The Ronzano family takes great pride in producing wines from the storied Piedmontese hillsides, and this Barbera d'Asti is a fine example of their craft. On the palate, flavors of black and red fruit are tinged with savory nuances of olive, leather and earth. Enjoy this pure gem alongside dishes like osso bucco, and be transported to the Italian countryside of its origins.
Racy, fresh and mineral-laden, this Riesling hails from the Saar district, a smaller area within the larger Mosel region. Flavors of under-ripe stone fruit, quince and mineral are delicately displayed on the palate, so this is a wine that shouldn't be over-chilled. Optimal food pairings include simple, clean seafood such as shrimp summer rolls and freshly shucked oysters.
Velvety and elegant, this Gran Reserva is a solid expression of the Rioja region and a sheer pleasure to experience. It’s a subtly complex blend of 90% Tempranillo, 5% Graciano and 5% Mazuelo that benefited from 24 months of aging in American and French oak barrels. The delicate flavors of red cherry, plum and balsamic are complemented by a silky mouthfeel and lengthy finish. A sophisticated red such as this should be savored with Spanish classics such as paella or Manchego cheese.
Aged for two years in Slovenian oak barrels, this 100% Sangiovese displays dried cherry and cranberry flavors on the palate, expertly interwoven with savory notes of leather and spices. Enjoy this delectable wine with your favorite Italian dishes.
Coming from the Northern Italian region of Alto Adige, this Pinot Bianco is an intriguing blend of richness and minerality. A portion of the wine was barrel fermented, with Sur Lie ageing for 4 months, resulting in a wine with a sense of roundness, interwoven with laser-like acidity and minerality. This is a sophisticated wine meant for enjoying with dinner, rather than an aperitif. Complimentary pairings would include fish and lighter seafood dishes.
Coming from the northern mountainous region of Alto Adige, the vines benefit from a cooler climate, allowing the fruit to ripen perfectly. Lagrein, a variety indigenous to Italy, is characterized by a vibrant magenta hue and both aromas and flavors of plum, and this stellar example has both in spades. Aromas and flavors of blue and red plum greet you in the glass, along with Maraschino cherry, followed by polished tannins on the finish, providing lovely structure to the plump, ripe fruit. Enjoy this delightful wine with feathered game and pork dishes for a sublime experience.
"Delicate" and "pure" are two words that come to mind when first tasting this lovely Pinot Blanc from the Saar region of the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer. Lemon, beeswax and mineral are displayed on the palate, but can easily be missed if the wine is over-chilled. Laser-focused acidity makes this a wine for the dinner table and not the cocktail glass, so look to lighter fish dishes for a complementary pairing.
Sourced from vineyards of the El Dorado appellation, one of California's highest-elevation growing regions, this Cabernet Franc displays the trademark characteristics of mountain fruit — savory dark-fruit and herb flavors that are kept in focus by firm tannins and a balanced acidity. Rich and sophisticated, this is a wine to be savored with an herb-crusted leg of lamb.
Victory tastes doubly sweet when you celebrate with the right wine, and this Barbera from the sun-exposed hills of Asti is the perfect one to uncork for marking your latest success. Great care and patience is taken in the vineyards to create this wine, and it shows. Ripe black-red fruit flavors of plum and cherry are prominently displayed on the palate, followed by spicy tannins and a warm lingering finish. Enjoy this exuberant wine alongside your favorite Italian dishes for yet another winning combination.
Drawing inspiration from the great white Alsatian blends of France, yet grown just on the edge of the San Pablo Bay in Carneros, this blend of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Muscat and Riesling features lovely white floral aromatics, followed by apple and quince flavors on the palate. The fruit remains focused and fresh due to a vein of elevated acidity that runs throughout. Enjoy this delicious white blend alongside exotically spiced dishes.
Since its inception as a wine region a few decades ago, Willamette Valley has been noted as a special place for growing Burgundian varieties, especially Pinot Noir. The region’s unique soils produce superior wines capable of garnering worldwide recognition and praise. This particular example illustrates exactly why Pinot Noir is so revered in the area, exhibiting flavors of perfectly ripened black raspberry and cassis interlaced with notes of black tea. Delightful on its own, this red will also shine with salmon or quail.
Nestled between the prestigious Gigondas and Beaumes de Venise vineyards, Vacqueyras is a region that has recently gained world recognition for its rich, concentrated Grenache Noir-based wines, although wine has been made in the area since the 15th century. This stellar example offers ripe, blue-black fruit flavors prominently displayed on the palate, followed by intriguing spice notes on the finish. Pair it with lamb or a rich pork dish for a sublime experience.
In France, a sign that warmer spring weather is on its way is the appearance of the swallow, or l'hirondelle. Another harbinger of the season? A glass of this vibrant white, featuring ebullient flavors of pink grapefruit and white peach on the palate. For a seasonal pairing, enjoy this delightful white with a citrus and goat cheese salad.
Each year brings challenges and triumphs for grapegrowers, making every vintage a unique expression of a particular time and place. This taut, textbook example of Chinon displays juicy flavors of plum and currant, interwoven with savory nuances of graphite and dried herbs. It’s meant for food rather than the cocktail glass; savor it with herb-marinated lamb or beef for a harmonious match.
Situated in the foothills of Sierra de Ayllón and 60 kilometers from any other Spanish DO, the vineyards of Finca Rio Negro have a terroir uniquely their own. This Red Blend composed of 60% Tempranillo, 15% Merlot, 15% Syrah, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon is aged for at least 12 months in a combination of French and American oak barrels before resting in bottle for an additional period of time before release. Flavors of red cherry and plum are prominently displayed on the palate, with hints of leather and cocoa powder adding intrigue and depth to the finish.
With origins in the slate-rich soils of the Saar region of Germany, this delicate and sophisticated Sekt was made from estate-grown Riesling using the méthode traditionnelle technique. Wafting from the glass are aromas of honeycomb and light biscuit, while flavors of quince, under-ripe apricot and nectarine dazzle on the palate. This sparkling wine is a true delight on its own, or pair it with a wide array of appetizers, from oysters to soft cheeses.
Sourced from Reverchon's prized Filzener Herrenberg vineyard, this Kabinett Riesling is richly textured, yet focused and energetic. Stone-fruit aromas and flavors of apricot and peach are interwoven with ginger and mineral nuances. This wine illustrates why Riesling is often referred to as a complex and sophisticated noble variety that only gets better as it ages.
Emilio Valerio wines are made in a non-interventionist style, with all the vineyards farmed biodynamically and in a bio-diverse environment. The Amburza cuvée, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo and Graciano, is bold, earthy and savory, with flavors of black plum, cherry, olive, leather and bittersweet chocolate on the palate. Enjoy this robust wine with similarly full-flavored dishes like oven-braised lamb shank.
La Rinconada estate is situated along the Duero River, within a nature preserve that has been home to various wildlife for centuries. Almost two decades ago, the estate's owners decided to revive the winemaking traditions that once thrived on the property, and Barcolobo was born. This particular cuvée of Tempranillo, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon was aged in French oak barrel for a year before being bottled. Ripe, supple fruit flavors of Bing cherry and plum are prominently displayed on the palate, followed by dark chocolate and toasted oak notes on the finish. Enjoy this delicious wine alongside roasted beef tenderloin or grilled steak for a sublime match.
Hailing from the striking Ribera del Duero denominación de origen of north-central Spain, this stunning Tempranillo was barrel-fermented in French oak before being aged in various-sized new and used oak barrels. On the palate, intense flavors of cherry and plum are complemented by savory nuances of cacao and dark chocolate. Feel free to age this delicious gem a little longer — although it’s a delight to drink right now.
Located in northwestern Spain, the Toro denominación de origen is situated on an arid, high-altitude plain, known for its hot days and cool nights. The grapes for this bold and brawny wine were sourced solely from century-old Tinta de Toro vines that withstood the phylloxera plague due to the well-drained, sandy soils. Dark, robust flavors of black and red fruit are interwoven with notes of leather, enamel and cocoa on the palate, followed by a warm, lingering finish. This is a wine built for grilled or roasted red meats.
The Pandolfa estate has a long and storied history, dating all the way back to the 15th century. As legend has it, that was when Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, "the wolf of Rimini," lived in the area. In recent times, the estate is run by Marco Cirese, a visionary who’s determined to showcase all that Sangiovese is capable of without over-extraction. This is a taut, high-toned wine, displaying juicy Morello cherry and red plum flavors, followed by just enough oak to provide structure and length to the finish. Enjoy this buoyant red alongside lighter red meats like veal or tomato sauce-based dishes.
The region of Carmignano, situated within Tuscany, is one of the smallest denominazione di origine controllata in Italy, with a distinctive style that’s been recognized since the 14th century. This stellar example illustrates why, with its ripe, deep flavors of maraschino cherry and plum enlivened by notes of dried orange zest and leather. Enjoy this wine discovery with lamb for a transcendent experience.
Raboso Piave is an ancient grape variety grown in the northeast Italian region of Veneto. It’s known to produce wines of deep color and full-figured tannins. Cantina De Pra's version demonstrates the profile exactly, with its opaque hue and robust flavors of black plum, cherry, olive and black licorice. Pair this hearty red with foods of equal richness, such as prime rib, for optimal enjoyment.
Albarossa, an Italian grape variety created in 1938 is a cross between Nebbiolo with Barbera, produces wines of opaque color, rich flavor and powerful tannins. Vigne dei Mastri's Marcello cuvée, consisting of Albarossa and a dash of Merlot, exhibits these characteristics in spades, displaying luscious black plum and cherry flavors entwined with notes of dark chocolate and vanilla. Pair this intriguing beauty with an equally robust dish, such as Porterhouse steak, for a harmonious match.
This vibrant and robust Super Tuscan is inspired by the legend of an illustrious Etruscan king whose tomb was guarded by 5,000 golden chicks and a hen. Black-red fruit flavors of cherry and plum are elevated by oak and vanilla nuances in this voluptuous wine, culminating in a deliciously long finish. Not shy, this red requires a rich pairing like osso buco — or some other meal that’s fit for a king.
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