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

Name Varietal Region Price ▲

Bayten 2017

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

Rafael Palacios Bolo 2015

This is a fresh and elegant white wine, with a rich mid palate.
Godello Spain: Valdeorras $15.99

Pertinace 2015

Dry and well-balanced with a nice acid content, it features a fine structure and great personality.
Barbera D'Alba (DOC) Italy: Piedmont $16.99

Louis Latour Chameroy 2015

This is 100% unoaked Chardonnay from the famous slopes of Burgundy.
Macon-Villages France: Burgundy $17.99

Lungarotti Rubesco 2013

Soft shadings of spice and leather add depth and persistency.
Rosso di Torgiano (DOC) Italy: Umbria $17.99

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

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

Joseph Faiveley 2013

The palate is vibrant with crisp citrus fruit, very fine acidity and a sense symmetry on the finish that should see it age with style.
Bourgogne Blanc France: Burgundy $22.99

Thomas Labaille L'Authentique 2016

The palate of this medium-bodied wine is zesty and quite green, with lime rind in the finish.
Sancerre France: Loire Valley $22.99

Le Vigne Di Zamo 2013

A white wine with a bright yellow body enlivened by golden tints.
Friulano (DOC) Italy: Friuli-Venezia-Giulia $23.99

PacherHof 2013

The taste is fresh, vibrant and aromatic, with dominant flavors of peach and lemon and a long pleasant mineral finish.
Muller Thurgau (DOC) Italy: Trentino/Alto Adige $24.99

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

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