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Contessa Giovanna Manci Pinot Grigio 2018
Trust us, this is not your average Pinot Grigio. You’re in for a blast of refreshment from this mountain-grown, serial gold medalist. It’s lemony, vibrant, and seriously complex. Serve ice cool and prepare to get compliments from guests.
Bees Knees Chenin Blanc Viognier 2019
“South Africa’s white blends are its gift to the world of wine,” says Master of Wine Tim Atkin. After you try this popular blend of zesty Chenin Blanc and luscious Viognier (from one of the country’s most acclaimed estates), we bet you’ll agree.
Abbesse de Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2018
Noël Bougrier’s Abbesse de Loire Sauvignon Blanc is a perennial favorite, thanks to its pure, citrus-fruit flavors and grassy-fresh quality. And with 2018 being hailed as an excellent harvest in the Loire Valley, we recommend you place a quick order.
Pietro Disarti Roero Arneis 2018
A rare white from the man behind one of our most popular Piedmont reds. Paolo Sartirano’s exciting ‘white Barolo’ offers great structure, plus notes of chamomile and citrus. A must-taste Pinot Grigio alternative, hand picked exclusively for you.
Paolo Valle Pinot Grigio 2018
“The Colli Orientali hills are home to some of Friuli’s most prestigious vineyards” (Wine-Searcher). And the renowned Paolo Valle’s Pinot Grigio – bursting with zippy citrus and apple – is about as good as it gets. Order now to taste for yourself.
Alessandro Gallici’s hugely popular white is a multi-varietal blend based on $60-plus Terre Alte (and is made with grapes grown on the same hallowed hill in northern Italy). Loved by leading Italian wine critic, Luca Maroni, it’s a must taste.
A Tavola Pinot Grigio 2018
You may know Francis Ford Coppola as the legendary director of “The Godfather.” But he’s almost just as famous for his tasty California wines, like this zippy Pinot Grigio. Get ready for loads of mouthwatering peach and lemon flavor.
The Provider Roussanne 2017
Roussanne hails from France’s Rhône Valley, where it makes rich, full-bodied whites. As you’ll taste in The Provider, it’s found a happy home in California’s Paso Robles region. Thanks to the superb 2017 vintage, this brims with peach and apricot.
Terre de Cocagne 2019
Charmed by southern France’s local grapes like Loin de l’Oeuil and Mauzac, winemaker Nicole McPheeters has made it her mission to reintroduce wine fans to the delights of Gaillac’s Côtes du Tarn. A crisp, citrusy alternative to Sauvignon Blanc.
Ricochet Chardonnay 2018
This gorgeous Chardonnay hails from Sonoma’s premium Russian River Valley (home to some of California’s best Chardonnay) and the excellent 2018 vintage. Brimming with ripe, tropical- and orchard-fruit flavors, it’s delicious on its own or with food.