France. The Egiodola grape gives this wine a vivid rose hue and structured tannins. There is pleasing nose of red fruits, mostly strawberry and fresh cherries. Delicious and balanced, this is a lovely wine with almost any dish, including more exotic menus.
South Africa. An un-wooded wine with notes of grapefruit and nuts. Pure, refreshing apple, peach and lemon- filled fruity finish of imposing length. Rich and complex, but the complexity is balanced by nuanced elegance and delicate ripeness.
Germany. This Riesling is a shade off-dry, round and refreshing with light touches of lemon and lime. The mouthfeel is slightly sweet with juicy peach and tangerine blossom notes. Sunny acidity and moderately long finish. A perfect wine for ham, and a great spring value!
France. A blend of Grenache Blanc and Viognier, this is a light-bodied and fruit- driven wine intended for early consumption. The label celebrates intrepid Aeropostale pilots, who risked life and limb to ensure postal deliveries in the 1920s. Aromas of citrus lead to a rich palate, round and fruity, offering distinct freshness.
France. A red blend from the Southern end of the Rhone Valley. Aromas of red fruit and mild spice lead to a full-bodied wine with integrated tannins. Drink now or keep for two years. Fruity and round, this luscious wine goes well with steak, lamb and pasta.
South Africa. A powerful and beautiful blend, meticulously hand- crafted of noble red varietals (Cab, Merlot, Malbec & Cab Franc),& aged in French oak. The rich aromas of cassis and spice with intense dark berry flavors on the palate, complemented by the fine, lingering tannins make this an excellent, all-around favorite.