Expand your palate with these great new wines

Radikon 2010 S Pinot Grigio – Friuli
From the legendary Radikon – the benchmark producer of orange wines – we present you with this delicious orange Pinot Grigio. Fermented on the skins for 2-3 weeks, this wine is incredibly complex, copper-hued, food-friendly, and will change the way you think about wine.

Francois Pinon NV Vouvray Brut Non-Dose
Sparkling Vouvray is our favorite sparkling wine, second only to Champagne. Chenin Blanc lends itself to this rich, bubbly, refreshing, food-friendly, bone-dry, affordable sparkler. Pick up a few of these for celebrations or any Tuesday night.

Knebel 2012 Riesling von den Terrassen, Mosel
Slightly off-dry riesling is the perfect pairing for spicy foods. This perfectly yummy and fresh German riesling from the Mosel would be perfect with our Honey-Sriracha chicken wings, or any spicy Asian takeout for dinner at home. What grows together doesn’t necessarily have to go together.

Goisot 2012 Sauvignon Blanc, Saint-Bris
You spoke, we listened. The people wanted Sauvignon Blanc, so here it is. However, this one is from Burgundy, and not your typical Loire. The vineyard is located just a few kilometers south of Chablis, and this wine screams both Chablis and Sancerre at the same time. Confusing? Yes. Delicious? Also yes.

Domaine de la Bel Air 2012 Cabernet Franc, Bourgueil
One of our first heart throbs was Cabernet Franc from the Loire. Always a bargain and super delicious, this is the perfect everyday wine for vegetarian foods and barbecue. Pick some of this up for your springtime dinner parties.

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