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(Updated 1/28/2018) click on column heading to sort, on wine name to see details

Name Varietal Region Price

Joseph Drouhin 2014

It is stylistically close to Pouilly-Fuissé, with its golden hue, its greenish reflection and its refreshing taste.
Saint-Veran France: Burgundy $24.99

Indaba 2017

Direct, with red and black cherry fruit, stitched with a light vanilla hint.
Mosaic South Africa: Western Cape $10.99

Domaine Vocoret & Fils 2012

Ripe, open and generous, offering immediate appeal.
Chablis Grand Cru BLanchot France: Burgundy $79.99

Domaine des Corbillieres 2016

Excellent with goat cheese, fish and shellfish.
Sauvignon Blanc France: Loire Valley $15.99

Domaine des Bosquets 2014

Very suave.
Gigondas France: Rhone, Southern $34.99

Di Lenardo 2016

A good partner for ham starters and fish dishes, especially with sauces.
Sauvignon Blanc (IGT) Italy: Friuli-Venezia-Giulia $12.99

DFJ Vinhos Portada Winemaker's Selection 2011

Aged in wood, it holds flavors of plum and berry fruits balanced with a fresh acidity.
Tinto Red Portugal $10.99

Dashwood 2014

This wine leans more toward the earthy, savory side of Pinot Noir.
Pinot Noir New Zealand: MarlborougH $15.99

Carnivor 2015

Carnivor Cabernet is a unique combination -- full-bodied flavors with finesse.
Cabernet Sauvignon USA: California $14.99

Borgo Scopeto 2014

This rich, saturated red, with black cherry and blackberry flavors, offers freshness and pointed tannins for aging.
Borgonero (IGT) Italy: Tuscany $19.99

Bayten 2017

A bracing, steely style, with lemon zest, gooseberry and wet straw notes.
Sauvignon Blanc South Africa: Constantia $15.99

Andre Brunel Domaine de la Becassonne 2015

Quaffable on its own, it has the richness to be the perfect meal starter as well.
Cotes du Rhone Blanc France: Rhone, Southern $18.99

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WA = Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)
WS = Wine Spectator
WE = Wine Enthusiast
W&S = Wine & Spirits Magazine
VIN = Vinous
DEC = Decanter