The beauty of spring is everywhere and wines enhance the season with light, fresh flavors. Try a rosé, red, blanc or red blend while smelling the roses and enjoying the colors of world. These are our top choices for the spring months.
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Champs de Provence Rosé
It’s no surprise that rosé is on the rise. These wines are light, refreshing and versatile with food. Champs de Provence is a classic dry rosé with flavors of red berries, citrus and orange blossom. The finish is clean with hints of raspberry and subtle floral notes. Celebrate spring with rosé all day.
Most people are familiar with the popular Apothic Red, but if you have not tried Apothic White, now is the time. This lively blend of chardonnay, riesling and pinot grigio is medium-bodied and bursting with juicy flavors of peach, pineapple and apricot. Pair with coconut shrimp, Chinese chicken salad, and pasta alfredo.
Sileni Sauvignon Blanc
This New Zealand sauvignon blanc is fresh and fragrant with flavors of key lime, passion fruit and hints of garden herbs. The wine is fleshy and concentrated, yet beautifully balanced with crisp acidity. Sileni Sauvignon Blanc is perfect as an aperitif and pairs easily with food. Pick up a bottle in any of our stores, or try a glass at Lee’s Korean BBQ!
A to Z Pinot Noir
Oregon Pinot Noirs are known for its elegance and complexity, yet are not always easy to find at affordable prices. A to Z offers an opulent Pinot Noir without the extravagant price! Intense aromas of strawberries, cherries and blueberries are followed by violets, currant and pipe tobacco. The palate is rich and balanced with silky tannins, bright acidity and a touch of minerality and spice. A to Z is committed to excellence, sustainable practices and offering noble wines at modest prices.
Prophecy Red Blend
Prophecy wines are inspired by the journey of discovery and the possibility of greatness. This unique red blend brings together fruit from two renowned, completely different growing regions, Washington and California. The primary grapes used are merlot, cabernet sauvignon and syrah. The result is a velvety, medium bodied wine with layers of red fruit, spice and vanilla. In the words of the winery, “See the Unseen, Try the Untried!”