This lighter style of Rosé, characteristic of the South of France, features berry notes that intensify near the finish and linger on the palate. Minerals throughout make this a nice rosé to pair with salty snacks.
This Bordeaux red blend’s (70% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Petit Verdot) dark ruby-red hue amplifies with notes of plums, black cherries, and black tea, and wraps into a smooth, round mouthfeel.
Crafted from certified-organic grapes, this red blend (45% Syrah, 45% Grenache, and 10% Cinsault) results in a luscious and jammy profile featuring black-cherry notes. Refined, elegant tannins include some spice near the finish.
Pays d'Oc, France
Syrah (80%) and Grenache (20%) power this red blend that is neither fruit-forward nor flush with red fruit. Instead, you get a soft profile with notes of black cherries and black currants.
Chalky and with orange-blossom notes and delicate acidity, this Pinot Blanc is a delightful expression of an Alsatian white wine.
From Susana Balboa, this red blend (40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Malbec, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 10% Merlot) is packed with fruit-forward layers (blackberries and raspberries) and a soft profile, with some white pepper appearing near the finish to help pair with spicy foods.
Marlborough, New Zealand
Concentrated black-cherry notes and accents of cloves from this winery—more known, along with the region, for its Sauvignon Blanc—lead into a soft finish on this Pinot Noir.
Alto Adige, Italy
After aromas of rose petals, this wine (100% Sylvaner grapes) eases into a palate with a chalky undercurrent and mineral-rich nectarine notes before winding into a clean finish.