Sangiovese (Red): Di Majo Norante

I’m a sucker for red wine (especially Sangiovese), and Di Majo Norante is a truly special pick! Oaky and moderately tannic, breathe in the rich aromas of red cherries, currants, and hints of leather. For the price, Sangiovese doesn’t get better than this bottle. Di Majo Norante is my go-to wine for flavor-packed, assertive dishes. I’m a firm believer that…
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Rosé: La Vieille Ferme 2015

Stop and smell the rosé! La Vieille Ferme is an incredible bang for your buck. Breath in the aromas of fresh cherries, strawberries, and raspberries. Even smell floral hints of roses and the sweetness of white chocolate. This rosé is dry and is perfect to accompany most every summer dish in the books! Enjoy chilled with your favorite summer dishes…or…
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Albariño (White): Castell de Raimat

  This white wine is unbeatable. If you’re looking for an alternative to pedestrian Chardonnay, this white wine will make you want to sing from the rooftops! Albariño is dry, with notes of melon and citrus like grapefruit. Very aromatic, Albariño has a light mineral edge and has good acidity, making it perfect for a variety of summer favorites. Spain…
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