A great DRY Riesling with flavors of peach, jasmine, clover, apricot, mango, lychee and citrus with a crisp, round, long finish, balanced with nice dry acidity. Super easy drinking, but with a lot of flavor!
This wine comes from the Calchaquí Valley in northwest Argentina, in the foothills of the Andes. It is a unique blend of steely Torrontes 85% and aromatic Riesling 15%. Floral, fresh and minerally, this is a refreshing wine for your favorite seafood dishes, salads, or on its own in the warm sunshine.
5. Tarrica, Chardonay (California) $9.99
Liquid Butter! Golden in color with aromas of tropical fruit, peach, vanilla and hints of sweet oak. Medium bodied and complex with a well balanced mouth feel offering tropical & stone fruit, mineral and citrus flavors. Ending with a satisfying creamy finish.
Bodan Roan Wines are produced with a clear goal: to make straight-forward, food-friendly wines. This goal is attained through a process that begins in the vineyard, where high-quality grapes provide a base for the wine. The grapes chosen for these wines are from select vineyard sites throughout California. Bright and juicy with notes of cherry, strawberry, and a hint of spice. Hard to find good pinot under $10.
If you like Cabernets try this Merlot! A big, beastly wine with dark plum and blackberry flavors and nice rich tannin structure on the finish. A big red that really goes well with bold, red meat based dishes.
9. Cameron Hughes, Lot 358 Malbec (Argentina) $9.99
This Malbec is filled with rich dark blackberry and plum fruits, framed with a nice approachable tannin structure. A great alternative to your everyday California Cabernet. Perfect with steak, fajitas, or a simple barbecue with friends.
10. Isle Saint Pierre, Red Blend (France) $9.99