- Foris Pinot Noir 2009 – $18.49 Warm and plumy, with a savor note of leather and tobacco leaf, the flavors lean more to black cherry and a hint of pine. A perfect wine for roast pork or turkey!
- A to Z Pinot Noir 2010 – $19.99 A light, bright red. Lively red berry and spice aromas show good clarity and subtle herbacity. Light and brisk, offering tangy red currant and cherry flavors and a touch of white pepper. Finishes dry and tight.
- Hedges CMS Red 2010 – $16.49 Dark, deep ruby color. Aromas of cherry, black cherry, raspberry and blackberry. A nicely balanced wine with enough acid and tannin to make this a more serious, longer-lived wine that will go well with food. This is one of their best vintages!
- 337 Cabernet Sauvignon Lodi 2010 – $16.99 The 2010 vintage exhibits appealing aromas of black cherry, ripe currant and lightly roasted coffee. Supple tannins and balanced acidity support core flavors of black cherry and blackberry intertwined with sweet herbs and accents of black pepper spice.
- Hess Select Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 – $18.49 Hints of spice and red fruits along side black fruit and cassis flavors mingling in a flavorful wine blend that pairs well with roasted meats, stew and tangy sauces.
- Louis Jadot Macon-Villages Chardonnay 2010 – $16.99 Dry and easy to drink, lively and charming, this is a fruity wine with a floral scent and a hint of lemon. It should be drunk chilled and rather young. This wine goes very well with a large range of foods including fried or grilled fish, seafood, goat’s milk cheese or poultry.
- Starborough Sauvignon Blanc 2011 – $17.49 Crisp and refreshing with layers of citrus and tropical fruit and hints of fresh green characters reminiscent of the region. The wine shows flavors of passion fruit, kiwi and guava over a citrus background.
- Tamari Malbec 2011 – $14.99 Earth on the bouquet gives way to black fruit and black olive aromas. It feels fresh, with a good acid level and a solid body supporting flavors of wild berry , plum and spice. The finish is tasty, with a fair amount of oak and bacon flavors.
- Borsao Garnacha 2011 – $7.99 The nose offers up massive amounts of bright fruit – strawberry, raspberry and cherry. The fruit continues on the palate followed by a floral finish. A great value!
- River Road Chardonnay, Sonoma County 2011 – $12.99 A subtle richness with tropical fruit, abundance of citrus and a hint of intriguing spice. This bright well-balanced wine is the perfect everyday Chardonnay.
- River Road Unoaked Chardonnay Sonoma County 2011 – $12.99 Fermented in 100% stainless steel, Sonoma County unoaked is a very nice everyday drinking white wine. Clean and refreshing with hints of tropical fruit flavors.
- Chateau Smith Boom Boom Shiraz 2010 – $17.49 Scents of mocha, tar, and lavender lend to lush flavors of chocolate covered cherries. Generous and complex at once, this delivers a lot of wine for the price.
- The Velvet Devil Merlot 2010 – $12.99 Balanced, rich and explosive. Think red plums, bittersweet cocoa with hints of smoke and cedar.
- Burgans Albarino 2011 – $14.99 Pale gold. Powerful scents of pineapple, mango and white flowers, with a chalky overtone. Supple and round in the mouth, offering juicy tropical fruit flavors and a bracing note of lemon zest. 90 points, International Wine Cellar
- Monte Antico Sangiovese 2008 – $13.49 Deep ruby in color, its bouquet of leather, earth, herbs, black cherries, licorice and plums is confirmed on the medium to full-bodied palate – round, spicy elegant, attractively fruity and extremely versatile with any fare from past or risotto, to meat, fowl and cheese.
- Largaria Pinot Grigio 2011 – $11.19 Straw yellow in color, pleasant floral and fruity aromas (apples, apricot and pear). Medium-bodied, with refreshing fruit, distinct character and balance.
- Scarpetta Pinot Grigio 2011 – $17.99 Scarpetta winemaker Lachian Petterson originates from St. Louis where he started out as the Chef at Old Warson Country Club. Refreshing acidity, low alcohol with veins of minerality and floral aromatics.
- Cristalino Brut Cava – $12.29 Pale and creamy from start to finish, this has hints of richness from aging on the lees while the flavors remain tight and clean. 88 points, Wine & Spirits
- LaMarca Prosecco – $15.79 A delicate well-balanced Prosecco, showing a good blend of baked apple, sour lemon and grapefruit, with a lightly creamy mineral texture on the palate. Medium froth, with some body and pleasant lemon and mineral finish.
- E. Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge 2009 – $16.99 Vivid ruby. Complex aromas of red and dark berries, Indian spices and violet, with slow-building smokiness. Taut and focused on the palate, offering lively bitter cherry and black raspberry flavors that pick up with air. Juicy and nicely concentrated Cotes du Rhone with strong finishing punch and lingering spiciness. 90 points, International Wine Cellar
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