JJ Vincent Cremant (France) $24.99
Made just like Champagne, Cremant is a great value alternative to more expensive Champagnes. This is delightfully bubbly, dry & perfectly priced.
Veuve Ambal Cremant Rose (France) $16.99
Veuve means “Widow” and the Widow Ambal moved back to her village after her husband’s death & began making wine (rather unheard of in 19th century). Bright, dry with great fruit, it’s fun and a very pretty pink.
POL Roger White Foil (France) $54.99
A blend of 34% Chardonnay, 33% Pinot Noir and 33% Pinot Meunier. It’s pale gold with a delicate toasty aroma with fruit and complexity. Dry, harmonious.
Lamberti Prosecco (Italy) 187 ml splits $4.99
Sourced from the best hillside vineyards, it’s light and fresh with notes of candied lemon, white peach and apple.
Badenhorst Secateurs Chenin Blanc 2018 (South Africa) $19.99
Grown in the granite soils of the Paardenberg Mountains it has well-defined bouquet of lemon curd and light white flower aromas.
Benovia Chardonnay 2017 (California) $39.99
Bursting with aromas of Golden Delicious apples, poached pears and marzipan. Balanced acidity and a long complex finish make for a gorgeous
Chateau St. Suplice Bordeaux Blanc 2018 (France) $17.99
Fresh lemon, verbena and chamomile. A beautiful and delicious blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon from Bordeaux.
Cousino Macue Chardonnay 2018 (Chile) $12.99
From one of the first Chiliean wineries to produce Chardonnay, this wine has tropical fruit aromas along with green apple and elderflower. A great value priced wine.
Frisk Prickly Riesling 2018 (Australia) $12.99
A little fizzy, a little sweet, but with awesome acidity this is such a fun, great wine. It’ll get you thinking of warm weather and summertime.
Hugel Pinot Blanc Cuvee Les Amours 2018 (France) $19.99
Lemon and green pear notes on the nose. Bright lemon through the dry and lively palate.
Hugel Riesling 2017 (France) $26.99
The Famille Hugel signature wine – it’s a dry Riesling that’s wonderfully dry and elegant. Light, concentrated with lemon brightness.
JJ Vincent Marie Antoinette Chardonnay 2016(France) $28.99
A touch of oak on the nose with minerality, white flowers, lemon and apple scents. It’s fresh and roud with aromas of melon, peaches and apricots.
Jolivet Attitude Sauvignon Blanc 2018 (France) $21.99
Because who doesn’t want Attitude in a glass? Fresh with delicate green and lemon flavors, citrus fruits and kiwis aromas. Long finish of mouth watering acidity.
Jolivet Sancerre 2018 (France) $31.99
Grapes are sorted and each vineyard is vinified separately in stainless steel. Limestone clay enhances fruit and richness. Flint provides structure and minerality.
Joseph Faiveley Bourgogne Blanc 2014 (France) $29.99
Expressive nose of white flowers, it’s a bold wine with a long finish that still manages to be well balanced between fruit and acidity.
La Soeur Cadette Macon Chardonnay 2016 (France) $29.99
Effortlessly drinkable, friendly and grown with an emphasis biodiversity in the vineyard. Ripe honeydew melon aroma, smooth, elegant.
Massaya Blanc 2018 (Lebanon) $21.99
Grapes are grown on the foothills of Mount Lebanon. It’s a blend of 20% Obeidi, 20% Rolle, 20% Clairette, 20% Sauvignon Blanc & 20% Chardonnay that combines roundness & crispness.
Mastroberardino Falanghina del Sannio 2017 (Italy) $21.99
Family dedicated to making wine from ancient varieties that are indigenous to the region. Falanghina is the primary grape for the Sannio appellation and has aromas of ripe pineapples & citrus fruit. It’s zesty, bright and fun.
J Hofstatter Lagrein 2016 (Italy) $26.99
From Alto-Adige in Northern Italy, this is a full, bright ruby wine that highlights all that is lovely about the Lagrein grapes. Currant and berry notes on a soft palate with bright and balanced acidity. Pairs wonderfully with red meats and big cheeses.
Maison L’Envoye Fleurie 2018 (France) $21.99
100% Gamay from the Fleurie appellation of Beaujolais, it’s a beautiful bright magenta with red berry and floral notes on the nose. It has a core of juicy acidity with a long, beautiful finish.
Marziano Abbonna Papa Celso Dolcetto 2016 (Italy) $19.99
From Dogliani in the Piedmont region of Italy, the wine is dedicated to the memory of Celso Abbona who planted every vine in Doriolo vineyard. Aged in stainless steel, it’s well-structured with light acidity and subtle tannins. Can develop in the bottle for many years and pairs wonderfully with pastas, white meats and medium-aged cheese.
Marietta Christo 2015 (California) $26.99
A blend of 64% Syrah, 23% Grenache, 7% Petite Syrah and 6% Viogner. It’s co-fermented with Viogner and the Syrah expresses violet, tar and rich earth while the Petitie Sirah brings chewy bitter chocolate and the Grenache keeps it bright and juicy. Full-bodied and fleshy, it’s dark, brooding yet silky and smooth.
Marietta Roman Zinfandel 2016 (California) $26.99
Plum, juicy and forward with succulent red cherry, plum, spice and leather with dollops of Petite Sirah and Barbera to round out the blend. It’s named after Roman Cisneros, the winery’s Cellar Master and employee of thirty years.
Milbrandt Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 (Washington) $17.99
Aromas of cocoa, plum and green pepper on this dark and complex Cabernet Sauvignon. Layered flavors of black currant and black cherry. Smooth and rich.
Milbrandt Merlot 2017 (Washington) $17.99
Bing cherry, red cherry, cranberry and pomegranate on the noise, it’s juicy with a soft, fruit-driven palate with a very long finish.
Musar Jeune Rouge 2015 (Lebanon) $24.99
An unoaked blend of Cinsault, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon from youthful Bekaa Valley wines. Inky-dark, silky-textured and aromatic.
Odfjell Cabernet Sauvigon 2017 (Chile) $13.99
Unoaked, it’s fresh and savory with layered tannins and lots of juicy black currant fruit.
Piteira Vinho del Talha 2014 (Portugal) $24.99
The grapes are destemmed and crushed by hand and then put into Talhas or clay jars where fermentation starts spontaneously. The result is a wine with an aromatic nose of red cherry, red plumb and hibiscus. On the palate, it’s medium-bodied and dry with ripe, red fruit and a hint of sour cherry.
Suhru Shiraz 2014 (New York) $19.99
A cool climate Shiraz from Long Island, it pays homage to winemaker Russell Hearn’s Australian heritage. Vibrant with aromas of cigar box and dried herbs.
The Stump Jump GSM 2017 2015 (Australia) $15.99
From the McLaren Vale, this Grenache/Syrah/Mourvedre blend is plump and rich with ripe plums and redberries.
Tortoise Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 (California) $12.99
From Lodi, it was sourced from a single sustainably farmed vineyard. Loaded with aromas and flavors of red and black cherries, it is balanced in both fruit and tannins.
Tortoise Creek Zinfandel 2017 (California) $12.99
Full bodied with wild berry aromas and flavors. It is soft with an essence of blackberry on the finish.
Twenty Rows Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 (California) $26.99
Fruit is sourced from different vineyards to create complex aromas and a rich structure.
Walt Pinot Noir 2017 (California) $32.99
Rich and full of dense, concentrated dark plum, black currant, olive and dried savory herb flavors.
1.5 Liter Bottles
Astica Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Chardonnay $13.99
1 Liter Bottles
El Jefe Tempranillo (Unoaked) $11.99
Inexpensive & Delicious
Ca'Donini Pinot Grigio $7.99
Ca'Donini Pinot Noir $7.99
Astica Sauvignon Blanc $7.99
Santi Infinto Rosé $9.99
A blend of 60% Corvina, 25% Rondinella and 15% Molinara. Floral and citrus aromas. Tangy, light-bodied palate of sour cherry and grapefruit. Crisp, bright acidity.
Hecht & Bannier Rosé $11.99
A blend of 40% Syrah, 35% Cinsault and 25% Grenache. A round palate with flavors of cherry and lifted by bright pineapple. A delectably crisp and dry wine that pairs with just about anything.
Château Mont Redon Rosé $11.99
A blend of 70% Grenache and 30% Syrah. Crisp white peach, raspberry, and crushed mineral notes build in ripeness and concentration on the palate of this juicy, dry rosé.
Milbrant Rosé $12.99
A blend of 73% Syrah and 27% Tempranillo, it's finely balanced with a delicate aromas of dried cranberries, pomegranate, and savory herbs. It has excellent ripeness and bright, refreshing acidity.
Suhru Rosé $16.99
A blend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, it has notes of white peach, pink grapefruit, and ever so slight hints of cherry berry giving way to a soft acidity and zingy finish.