It's new arrivals Tuesday! Once a week our staff gets together to taste samples left by our suppliers. Some weeks we strike liquid gold while other weeks it's a painful night for our palates. Yes, there are still plenty of bad wines out there, but when we find "the one" it makes it all worth it. We thrive on finding products that offer tremendous value for the price! Here's a handful of our latest acquisitions. We are excited for you to try them!
2017 Delta Pinot Noir
A beautiful label to match a beautiful wine! Sourced from cool-climate sites along the California coastline, Delta Pinot Noir offers a fuller-style alternative for Meiomi fans. Notes of black cherry and strawberry on both the nose and palate lead into closing flavors of rose and lavender on the smooth finish.
2017 Barnard Griffin Sauvignon Blanc
Reg: $13 | Club: $9.99
With spring around the corner, we've not only been yearning for warmer weather but for some new easy-drinking whites for spring. For less than $10 a bottle, this Washington Sauvignon Blanc is a great start. Zippy and refreshing, aromas of melon and apple lead into a dry palate of peach, citrus zest, and a touch of spice. A no brainer buy for Sauv Blanc drinkers!
2014 Audacia Merlot
Reg: $19 | Club: $15.99
Audacia Merlot hails from the "Golden Triangle" of Stellenbosch, the region where some of the best South African wines are produced. Named after the founder's audacious move to spend his entire inheritance on a small piece of land to create his own wine, Audacia Merlot offers smoky blackberry, floral, and earthy aromas with blueberry and spice flavors. The plush palate leads into a soft finish that pairs wonderfully with creamy pasta, roast pork, or veal chops. An interesting new arrival well worth the try!