Maurel Vedeau Cuvee Saint Vincent 2010 – $8.99
(60% Colombard, 40% Ugni Blanc; Southwest France)
Miguel Torres Las Mulas Sauvignon Blanc 2011 – $11.99
(100% Sauvignon Blanc; Central Valley, Chile) ORGANIC
Las Mulas is made with the finest organic grapes grown from our vineyards in Chile. With Las Mulas we go back to the past to re-discover ancient viticulture techniques: vineyards harvested by hand, with no chemicals or pesticides that can interfere in the natural process to obtain the best quality. In Chile, before the mechanization in the vineyards, mules were commonly put to work. This is why this wine is called Las Mulas (The Mules). “It’s crisp and clean, with just enough grassy aggressiveness to show it as a New World sauvignon blanc, somewhere in between New Zealand and California in style." - The Washington Post
Castelmaure La Buvette Vin de France Red NV – $8.99
(60% Grenache, 40% Carignan; Rhone, France)
A purple color, intense aromas of strawberry and cassis. Fresh and fruity in the mouth with silky smooth tannins. Great as an aperitif, it also pairs well will grilled meats, salads.
Bodegas Aragonesas “Don Ramon” 2008 – $7.99
(Garnacha, Tempranillo; Campo de Borja, Spain)
Bodegas Aragonesas is located in Fuendejalon in the Campo de Borja in Spain's Zaragoza province. The dark “Don Ramón” Tinto is a blend of Garnacha & Tempranillo. Aging for three months in American oak "Barricas" gives it, and many Spanish reds, an extra bit of spicy oak flavors. A smooth, juicy red with no edges, the Don shows cherry & raspberry aromas with black cherry & blackberry flavors.
Girardet Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 – $20.99
(100% Cabernet Sauvignon; Umpqua Valley, Oregon)
Founded in 1971 by a transplanted Swiss family, Girardet is one of Oregon's oldest wine estates. Oregon is mostly known for Pinot Noir, but this cab shatters the conventional wisdom. From ungrafted vines planted in a solid shale hillside and farmed sustainably with no pesticides.