The Wishing Tree Unoaked Chardonnay, Adelaide, Australia 2011 (12.49) – Citrus aromas of grapefruit and kumquat accompanied by green apple dominate the nose. Light to medium-bodied, the palate is very well balanced with expressive citrus flavors. 87 points! – Robert Parker.
Sivas-Sonoma Sauvignon Blanc, Sonoma, California 2010 (13.99) – This wine expresses both the creamy mouth-feel from the Russian River portion of the blend, and the bright, citrus flavors from the Sonoma portion. The blend of the two appellations creates a lemon curd and key lime pie flavor profile.
Acrobat Pinot Gris, Oregon 2010 (13.99) – With it’s clean and citrusy scent and peppery bite, this wine is ideal for pairing with whole-roasted fish. 90 points! – Wine & Spirits Magazine
Man Vintners Chenin Blanc, Coastal Region, South Africa 2011 (9.99) – Pairs with a wide range of foods and makes for an excellent aperitif. Nose and palate are dominated by bold tropical fruit and melon aromas. Contains a hint of sweetness.
Secateurs Chenin Blanc, Swartland, South Africa 2011 (14.99) – Full bodied with honey and floral flavors of orange blossom and white stone fruits. Maintains a dry and savory finish. 88 points! – Wine Spectator
Dr. Hermann Riesling, Mosel, Germany 2010 (14.99) – With flavors of peach and honey, this wine expresses the crispness and voluptuous style a German Riesling can have without an excess of sugar. 90 points! – Wine Enthusiast
Broadbent Vinho Verde, Portugal NV (9.79) – Zesty with blood orange and fresh peach flavors. With it’s list and spicy style accompanied by a slight effervescent character , this wine makes an excellent choice poolside. 86 points! – Wine Spectator
Machhenrndl Gruner Veltliner, Wachau, Austria 2009 (13.99) – Bright citron-yellow, apples, pears, and gooseberries aromas emerge from glass with a spicy and mineral-like finish that is typical with Gruner Veltliner.
Paso a Paso Verdejo, La Mancha, Spain (13.79) – Full of delicate aromas of fresh picked peaches, bright citrus, and delicious apple and kiwi flavors.
Altivo Torrontes Salta, Argentina 2010 (11.79) – A blend of 92% percent Torrontes and 8% Gewurztraminer. This wine offers a bouquet of tropical fruits while maintaining a medium-body. An outstanding value. 89 points! – Robert Parker
Louis Guntrum Dry Riesling, Germany 2010 (12.99) – Delicate fragrance of white peaches, apricot and juicy pears. An elegant and expressive showing of a dry German Riesling.
Bishops Peak Chardonnay, Central Coast, California 2010 (14.99) – Produced by Talley Vineyards, this wine is fermented mostly in stainless steel to preserve the tropical fruits, citrus notes and crisp acidity characteristic of the varietal.