Light Fruity Red
Good bang for the buck. Drinkable with a bit of earthy funk. If you're not sure if she's coming for dinner and you're cooking alone its a good choice. And if the sauce needs some wine it won't break your heart. Lighter proteins and strong herbs work well with it. All in all a good wine to always have on hand.
Frey Sangiovese $13.00
Rich, ruby color. Smoked spiced nuts, dried lemon peel, piney herbs, pomegranate, and pink peppercorn aromas. Well-balanced and mellow follow through on a soft, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity full body with a rounded texture, good fruit, and lively acidity underneath. Finishes with chocolate and apple skin notes. An entertaining red to pair with classic Italian fare.
Reunion Bonarda $15.00
100% hard harvested, sustainably farmed, single vineyard Bonarda from Lujan de Cuyo in Mendoza. Lighter-bodied and easy drinking in style, full of cherry and plum flavors, with light tanninic structure and gentle acidity. Nose of blackberry, strawberry, and currant aromas and a touch of white chocolate and tobacco on the finish. Great for outside grilled anything!
Yes it is indeed. Only Aussies would turn Shiraz sparkling! Displays a vibrant lush garnet color and a bouquet of rich berry fruits, dark cherries and soft lingering hints of integrated oak. Flavors of bright juicy red fruit, blackberry and sweet plum are held in check with silky tannins and a soft finish. Go on! What do you have to lose!?!