What we’re drinking on the patio, under the palm tree, and by the pool this summer. All of the wines highlighted today are under $15 retail. Interestingly enough they have similar palate profiles, crisp and acidic with exotic fruits making them all refreshing and very good summer sipping wines.
Move over oak and butter, this Chardonnay is brimming with green apple, citrus and pineapple. If you like your Chardonnay with a little vim and vigor with a kiss of pizzazz this crisp little number for you.
Nine varietals goes into the making of this wine. This wine is humming with zip, zing and verve! Snappy on the palate with its kaledescope of flavors, twirling and dancing. A very good summer sipping wine
This value wine is tart and tangy on the first few sips then mellows to a sweet honey dew melon, peachy quaff. Refreshing alone, as a palate cleanser or as the base of a bellini.
This wine boasts a parade of classic Sauvignon Blanc aromatics and flavors; which display a burst of ripe passion fruit, tropical fruits, and grapefruit on the nose and palate.
This interesting white blend is made of 60% Grenache, 20% Clairette and 20% Bourboulenc. Hailing from Côtes-du-Rhône this easy drinking white wine is fruit-exotic with hints of green apple and citrus coveted with the pale scent of thornapple blossoms.
Mild and well balanced this palatable drinking wine is all about light red fruit, cherries, raspberries, and strawberries. Make no mistake this is not a fruity sweet wine but a blended, 90% Grenache, 10% Syrah-Cinsault, sophisticated quaff from the perpetually refined Côtes-du-Rhône region.Dry and refreshing.