New Fall Additions!
Check out some new additions to the wine inventory! These wines are the perfect accompaniment to fall weather. From full bodied whites to reds of all types, these wines will be sure to impress.
Senorio de P. Pecina White Rioja, Spain, 2010 – $14.77
A full bodied and fragrant white made from Viura, this wine is perfect for pairing with a huge variety of foods. Great for sipping, the ample fruit with a herbal, earthy note gives way to a slight amount of age resulting in dried fruit flavors and nuts. Sip it slightly chilled by a fire or with your favorite chicken dish. Either way, you’ll be happy!
Les Hauts de Barville Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc, France, 2015 – $28.99
Also full bodied and powerful, this wine is a blend of Grenache Blanc, Rousanne, Bouboulenc, and Clairette. Fleshy fruit and floral notes abound in this unoaked white wine. Perfect for pairing, sipping, or aging, this wine will evolve beautifully over the next few years. Honeysuckle and nutty aromas emerge over time and create a round wine with plenty of pairing possibilities. Drink with roasted chicken, lobster or crawfish, or a nice salad or soup course.
Plowbuster Pinot Noir, Oregon, 2014 – $19.77
Refreshing and bright with aromas of candied cherries and raspberries and a zippy finish comprising a winning acid and tannin structure. Made for turkey, this wine will be a fantastic addition on the Thanksgiving table. If you don’t want to wait, however, the pairing of roasted duck with a cranberry compote, salmon roasted with herbs, or a mushroom risotto will not disappoint!
Araldica Barbaresco DOCG, Italy, 2014 – $28.99
New world in style with a refreshingly fruit forward palate, this wine will indulge you with the best of both world. Slightly savory in taste and bright red in the glass, the Araldica Barbaresco pairs with game dishes as well as salads or chocolatey desert. Give it a try, and it will surely not disappoint!
Ciabot Berton Barolo La Morra DOCG, Italy, 2011 -$36.99
From the specialty commune of La Morra inside the wine region of Barolo comes one of the biggest value Barolos you will ever find. Tastes of roses, balsamic, herbs, and cherries fill the glass. With austere tannins and mouthwatering acidity, this is the epitome of food pairing wines. From prosciutto and hard Italian cheeses to a juicy ribeye or braised short ribs, this wine delivers on flavor and power as well as elegance and finesse.