Clambake Chardonnay “Unoaked”, Mendocino CA $35
Inspired by the summer tradition, the Clambake Chardonnay is picked in its youth to produce a lighter and crisper expression of California chardonnay. Its stainless steal fermentation gives it a clean finish that will make your clambake food sing a little louder (and cut through that dunk of butter, too).
Bauer Gruner Veltliner, Austria, 1 L. bottle $35 / $9
The ‘Grüner Veltliner’ is made from grape vines ranging between 10-40 years of age to produce a fresh and friendly wine with bright fruit, clean acidity and a delicate touch of spice.
Schlossmulenhof Sauvignon Blanc, Rheinhessen GY $33 / $9
These vines are aged for 15 years and grapes are harvested in September. Fermentation, with added yeasts, is held in stainless steel tanks for 4 weeks.
Villa deli Olmi Prosecco, Veneto IT $24 / $7
A fresh mix of white peach, acacia blossom and minerals all work together nicely in this clean, refreshing sparkler. A great wine for hot weather and many will find to be delicious.
ILauri Pinot Grigio, d’Abruzzo IT $26 / $8
With intense bouquet of white fruits including ripe golden apples and pears, it has refreshing and gentle acidity. Taco is a round, lightly floral wine with a fullness and spice that bring lots of appeal.
Nora Chardonnay, Abruzzo IT $26 / $8
Nose is light of citrus and pastry crust/dough. Body is medium with acidity, green apple, a touch of sweet tropical fruit, and minerality. Finishes acidic and warm in the back with green flavors pushing forward.
Vidigal Porta 6 White Blend IT $19 / $7
Fresh aroma, with noticeable passion-fruit, citrus and mineral hints are pleasant, fresh and have a round aftertaste.
Antico Colle Rosso Toscano IT $19 / $7
This wine is bright, fruit driven, and with great acidic structure, is perfect for first courses, roasts cold meats, and cheeses.
Domaine de L’Ausseil “P’tit Piaf”, Languedoc FR $35
This is a really lovely little wine from the French Pyrenées that will challenge what you assume to be true about Merlot. A dark, earthy, medium-bodied wine, that’s no real stretch for a Merlot, but this wine also shows a wild side with abundant amounts of garrigue-herbiness and complex mineral notes. Hints of black olive and black cherry intermingle.
Giorgio Carnevale Brachetto d’Aqui, Tuscany IT $33
Ruby red colour with violet reflections.
Intense, characteristic aroma of rose, rasperry, cherry and peach; pleasantly sweet flavour with hints of forest fruits. A pleasantly elegant wine for desserts, cheeses, or even breakfast cocktail!
ILauri “Bajo” Montepulciano, d’Abruzzo IT $24 / $7
Ruby-red with violet undertones. Intense bouquet of ripe red fruit. Rich in fruit, lively, finely framed by oak spices.
Hudson “Shaw” Cabernet, Colombia Valley WA $34 / $10
Dark color, ripe fruit, juicy, cherry, raspberry, velvety, soft and harmonious with moderately oaky flavors. A very good balance and a pleasant finish.
Nia Pinot Noir $29 / $9
This sweet and fruity Pinot Noir is driven with notes of raspberries, cherries, and strawberries, and is a lovely wine for a multitude for foods.