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Dark Horse Buttery Chardonnay
Dark Horse believes in creating great tasting wines that over deliver for the price. Their new Buttery Chardonnay is no exception to the rule. This rich and creamy chardonnay showcases flavors of vanilla, baked apple, spicy oak and a smooth, buttery finish. Big, buttery chardonnays have become very popular in recent years. However, there are often big price tags that accompany these wines. Dark Horse offers a smooth, easy-drinking wine that is also easy on the wallet.
Klinker Brick “Bricks and Roses” Rosé
Klinker Brick is a 6th generation family owned winery in Lodi, California. They are best known for producing quality old vine zinfandel, but their rosé is a hidden gem that should not be overlooked. This is a true expression of a Provence-style rosé, made with a whole cluster press and no skin contact. It is light and dry with citrus and floral notes, balanced acidity and a crisp, clean finish. This elegant rosé is incredibly food friendly and pairs well with seafood, roasted chicken and salads. It also pairs perfectly with family and friends, so keep a bottle or two chilled in the fridge at all times!
Argiano Non Confunditur
“Non confunditur” is a Latin term that means unique or unmistakable. This Italian red is a unique blend that is unmistakably delicious! Cabernet sauvignon, merlot, and sangiovese create a versatile wine that is full-bodied and generous with complex layers and smooth tannins. Flavors of black currant, red berries and subtle earthy notes are followed by hints of coffee and cocoa powder. This wine may not be easy to pronounce, but it’s definitely easy to drink! Pair with sausage pizza, grilled meats and pasta dishes such as lasagna.Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc
Greg and Sue White left their corporate jobs and embarked on a two-year journey, sailing the Pacific in search of their perfect place. They discovered their haven in the serene and lush green vineyards of Marlborough, New Zealand, and, in 1994, Whitehaven Winery was born. Whitehaven’s winemaking philosophy centers on the pursuit of quality without compromise, a principle that is supported at every step from vineyard to glass. Their sauvignon blanc is lively and refreshing with intense notes of grapefruit, white peach, lemon zest and hints of tropical fruit. True passion and inspiration is evident with every delicious sip!
Risata’s Scarlet and Raven
Most sweet wine drinkers are very familiar with the Risata brand. After all, Risata represents the No. 1 selling moscato d’Asti in America. If you’re a loyal Risata follower, you will definitely want to try the newest additions to this award-winning portfolio: Scarlet and Raven. They are both delicious, fruit-forward, semi-sweet reds that are best served slightly chilled. Scarlet is fresh and bright with flavors of raspberry, cherry and strawberry. Raven is bold and intriguing with notes of blueberry and black currant. These crowd pleasers are perfect for any occasion. However, they tend to disappear very quickly!