Sept. 2020 

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Fuso21 Verdicchio 2016 “Le Salse”

An easy-going, versatile white wine for those who want something with all the refreshment of but more character than Yet Another Pinot Grigio. Joe Croze commented that he thought it was great!  And Joe knows. 

$8.00 / $28.00

Corvidae Sauvignon Blanc 2018 “Wise Guy”

This Sauvignon Blanc is bright and full of lemon zest and pear notes. A medium-bodied wine that will pair well with our 5 Cheese Glop. 

$9.00 / $32.00

Pascal Biotteau Anjou Blanc 2017 “Mary Taylor Selection”

Clean, vibrant pear fruit and a nice waft of creamy spearmint. Share this wine with friends, and pair it with our Olive Salad. 

$9.00 / $32.00

Walnut Block New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc  2019

By far the favorite white at our last crowd-sourced tasting.  "A vibrant Sauvignon Blanc with lovely melded aromatic notes of stone fruits over a herbaceous background. The smooth, textured palate is concentrated with exotic fruits and citrus flavors. Well-integrated natural acidity leaves a pure and lengthy finish."   Like they said.


Zolo Unoaked Chardonnay Argentina, 2019

"Excellently crisp, surprising acidity for a Chard, with Granny Smith in the forefront, dampened by ripe green grapes and a touch of honeydew."  It sounds like a good serving of fruits. A healthy option!


Banyan Gewurztraminer 2018

A nice balance between not too dry and not too sweet. The fragrance isn't fruity but more earthy. Sandy Barnette said she enjoyed this exactly 3.5 worth - on a scale of 1-3.




Calvet Rose Cremant de Bordeaux 2016

Mary Mann said this is a lovely, fresh dry with a nice hint of sweetness.  Mary Mann also knew our wine distributor from other wine events. She is a credible source.



Compass Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

This wine is colored with black cherry and dark chocolate aromas accented by subtle smokiness. Walt and Ginny Boyer said it is lovely and pairs great with food.  So, order a nosh, why don’t you? 


Poppy Cabernet Sauvignon

"This wine displays blueberry, black cherry, and currant flavors with nuances of licorice, violets and cigar box all wrapped together with a dash of vanilla and mocha. Medium to full-bodied, well-balanced, with soft tannins, this wine shows tremendous dimension, with a seamless finish that lingers throughout the palate." Well said, and a seriously great addition to our list!



Jean Marc Barthez Bordeaux Rouge 2015

Bordeaux blend of 50% Merlot 25% Cabernet Franc 25% Cabernet Sauvignon. Jeff Cartier said to put it on the list, so we did.


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