These whites do it all – a glass after work, with hors d'oeuvres, as an apero, with a meal, on the patio, in the dining room. Not sweet, but not bone-dry with a hint of herbs and flowers. Light- to medium-bodied, they stand alone or go with food.
New Vintage 2015! This light-bodied, Southern Rhône blend of White Grenache, Clairette, and Bourboulenc, has both citrus and floral notes, and just the right amount of acidity. Try it with poultry, seafood, salads, and mild cheeses.
New Vintage 2015! Muscat is a grape generally used for sweeter wines, but this Muscat is harvested a bit early and completely fermented to be dry -- yet still have the fabulous floral aroma of Muscat dessert wines. Along with great fruit flavor and a little earthiness.
New Vintage 2015! This is an unoaked Chardonnay that’s light, fruity, aromatic, and has a nice, mildly acidic finish. Try it with poultry, seafood, salads, and mild cheeses.
Light and citrusy, with just a little tropical fruit. Refreshing, yet enough body to stand up to your salads and seafood.
New vintage 2015! This 100% Verdejo from north-central Spain is crisp and elegantly fruity, with both citrus and tropical fruits, and a nice, clean finish. It may become your go-to wine for fish and seafood.
New vintage 2015! Beautifully round and balanced, with citrus and tropical fruits, and a tiny hint of herbs, this Sauvignon Blanc from north-central Spain is great as an aperitif or with light summer foods.
New Vintage 2015! This Côtes du Rhône white is 50% Viognier, 20% White Grenache, and 30% Marsanne. It's a little crisp but round, on the lighter side, fruity, and floral. A versatile wine, it works well with creamy and spicy foods.
New Vintage 2015! This blend from the Luberon is crisp, yet still has the roundness of other Rhône whites. In addition to poultry and seafood, this wine pairs nicely with spicier cuisines like Mexican, Indian, and Thai.
New Vintage 2015! The perfect summer wine, this blend from the Gaillac region in southwestern France is fresh-tasting and light, with hints of green apple and pear. It’s great as aperitif or with salads. Plus, it's certified sustainable by Terra Vitis, a French agriculture organization.