This food-friendly Sauvignon Blanc from Chateau Simon tastes clean, with subtle grapefruit notes. It’s a lovely casual sipper, and well-priced at $14.
Santa Carolina’s Chardonnay balances notes of citrus, oak and butter. It’s a food-friendly wine (especially grilled foods), but it’s a great sipper, too.
We love inexpensive wines that are pure (no junk added), taste delicious and go with just about anything. This is one of them. The 2016 Baron De Ley is made in the beautiful mountainous Rioja region of Spain, from 100 percent Grenache grapes. You’ll find this bargain going for $11 at most wine shops. Great […]
Aged for three months in bourbon barrels, if you like a jammy, vanilla-forward red, or you’re a port drinker, this Cooper & Thief red wine blend is something you should try. Put another way, this is a wine you should try if you like interesting, surprising wines.
The Finca El Origen Cabernet Sauvignon is fresh, deep, a little smoky and lovely in the mouth—the perfect accompaniment to grilled foods, including beef, chicken, pork ribs and swordfish.
Chef Chris Prosperi introduced us to a new dry sparkling rosé. Cantine Maschio is full of bubbles and gives off floral notes as you breathe it in and sip. At $12.99, this wine is fun and affordable, and mixed with lemon sorbet, made a knockout “frosé” cocktail.