These fabulous wines are on sale -- at least temporarily, anyway. So try something you might have thought was a little more expensive than you'd like!
This light-bodied red from the Southern Rhône Valley has an intriguing light fruitiness that makes it a great aperitif on its own, as well as paired with typical red-wine foods, both simple and elegant.
Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon, aged in oak, and blended into an elegant Bordeaux wine with flavors of ripe cherries and blackberries and a hint of leather and tobacco.
New Selection! A wine named for tears doesn't necessarily sound appealing, but this one has beautiful fruit and aromas of fennel and anise. A great white wine!
100% Pinot Noir. It's a lighter-bodied version, but with the good acidity and fruit flavors you'd expect. A great everyday food wine, especially with foods that need more acidity than most red wines can give.