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This being Independence Day, the appropriate wines to accompany a barbeque should be light and able to take a chill, especially when the temperature is over a hundred degrees. Drop in for a casual sampling of wines that are lean in their pricing and rich in their level of quality. I would be pleased to join you with a glass of wine to celebrate this most meaningful holiday.
Rocar Sparkling Wine, Extra Dry, California
Regular price 6.99; our price 4.99
This is a pleasant sparkler produced in the Charmat method whereby the secondary fermentation takes place before bottling. It is light and dry which makes it a good mixer with liqueurs. Enjoy by the pool in the heat of the day or with your favorite fruit juice for a morning treat.
2006 Brampton Sauvignon Blanc, South Africa
Regular price 9.99; our price 7.99
This Sauvignon Blanc has a whole lot going on and tastes way better than most $10 pours. Right upfront you get a blast of fresh cut grass and zesty citrus on the nose. Then the lemon-lime zinger gives way to a rounder palate bursting with soft, juicy honeydew, passion fruit and lychee. It is super refreshing but also substantial and constantly changing as you swirl it over your tongue. This wine makes a great warm weather quaffer and is also well suited for light seafood dishes and salads.
2006 Seven Terraces Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand
Regular price 13.50; our price 7.99
This is an amazing value. Very nice grassy aromas with lots of lemon curd on the palate. Additionally, this medium straw colored wine is rich with grapefruit, mango and gooseberry flavors and aromas. It has good weight, great acidity and good length on the finish; a classic New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.
2006 Annie’s Lane Riesling, Clare Valley, Australia
Regular price 12.50; our price 7.99
The wine is pale straw in color with green hues. The nose shows the classic, elegant characters of Clare Valley Riesling: dried lime rind, citrus and stone fruit. The palate is tight and elegant, with lime flavors dominating throughout. It can be enjoyed as an aperitif or as the perfect accompaniment to grilled seafood or chicken. Its impressive length and natural acidity will allow for graceful aging for a couple of more years.
2005 Chateau Saint-Florin Rosé, Bordeaux, France
Regular price 13.00; our price 9.99
This rosé comes from 100% Merlot grown in the Entre-Deux-Mers region of Bordeaux. Saint-Florin uses an interesting technique of allowing the crushed grapes to sit for 24 hours before running off the free run juice and beginning fermentation. Fermentation takes place at a low temperature over a period of three weeks. The resulting wine is bone dry, with excellent strawberry/raspberry fruit and a hint of black currents.
2007 Bodega Familia Schroeder Pinot Noir “Saurus”, Argentina
Regular price 12.99; our price 9.99
This wine from Patagonia offers red tones which become brick red as it ages. The nose projects various flowers and red fruits such as raspberry and strawberry, in addition to fine notes of vanilla and cocoa due to the wood. The mouth-feel is round and fruity with sweet tannins and moderate acidity. This is a really good value for money Pinot Noir. Feel free to give this wine a moderate chilling.