Wolfberger Auxerrois 2018
Genetically a sibling of Chardonnay and reminiscent in flavors. Refreshing citrus and tropical fruit notes with lees aging to add body.

$14.99

Ingleside Red Drum NV
Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Sangiovese. Blackberry and black cherry on the nose with intense flavors of cherry, raspberry and a hint of smoke on the palate. Easy-drinking with a slightly sweet finish.

$18.99

Tenuta Luisa, Friuli Isonzo Friulano (2015)
The aroma is intense, complex, and elegant, revealing notes of peach and pineapple, and hints of citrus fruit that mingle with a scent of yellow flowers. Rich and harmonious in the mouth, it is refreshing, and fruit driven with a pleasantly long finish.

$11.99

Lt Blender Peach Bellini Wine Freezer
Based on the Italian cocktail, infused with the juice of fresh peaches

$8.95

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“Explosive” Volcanic Wines

There is much debate in the world of wine about the impact that soil has on wine. Soil types differ by the size of particles, mineral and nutrient content, amount of decomposed organic material, and water retention capacity. Volcanic soils are different as they can be formed by a variety of events like slow flowing lava, explosively expelled rock, and airborne ash that settles to form a new layer.

Noble Grapes, The White Varieties

Originally, there were six noble grapes identified: Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, and Merlot for the reds; and Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Riesling for the whites. “Noble grapes” is a term that was coined to describe international grape varieties that were the most recognized for the top-quality wine they produce.