Zardetto Prosecco NV- Veneto, Italy –$24 bottle/$8 glass
Aromas of white flowers, apricot and herbs create a delicately soft bouquet. The palate is comprised of citrus, orange blossoms and stone fruits. Fresh citrus and floral notes linger on the finish.
Elio Perrone Moscato d’Asti 2017- Piedmont, Italy –$29 bottle/$9 glass
As a summer sipper, Moscato is without peer. Ambrosial with melon and prosciutto (a classic combination), it is also a superb light dessert wine, perfect with melon, pears or strawberries.
Kris Pinot Grigio 2017- Delle Venezie, Italy –$24 bottle/$8 glass
White spring flower, stone fruit and a whiff of honey lead the nose. On the straightforward palate, a touch of almond adds interest to yellow apple and a hint of citrus.
Meiomi Chardonnay 2016- California –$30 bottle/$9 glass
For one of the larger white wine bottlings in the world, this wine stays clean, crisp and compelling. Aromas of melon, lemon soda, mango, plumeria and cold steel. The palate shows guava, Anjou pear and pineapple.
Castillo Monjardin “El Cerezo” Pinot Noir 2016- Navarra, Spain –$28 bottle/$8 glass
Deep black cherry in color with aromas of plum and black currants, the Castillo de Monjardin Pinot Noir has delicate flavors of matured black fruits. Silky, with a long, refined finish. On the palate is very elegant, well balanced with flavors of red berries.
Catena “Vista Flores” Malbec 2016- Mendoza, Argentina –$30 bottle/$9 glass
The nose offers ripe, concentrated dark and red fruit aromas with delicate floral notes of lavender and violet, and mocha. The mouthfeel is rich and full with notes of sweet spice and a touch of leather. The finish presents soft, well-integrated tannins with bright, crisp acidity that gives the wine exceptional length.