Hand selected just for Easter! All of these great wines will pair beautifully with your Easter Dinner.
Gallo Signature Series 2010 Chardonnay – Russian River Valley
The 2010 Gallo Signature Series Chardonnay has aromas of sweet smoke, with integrated notes of oak and fruit on the palate. A true expression of the Russian River Valley, this wine has aromas of sweet vanilla and freshly baked bread, combined with flavors of crisp apple, lemon meringue and ginger. This truly is a beautiful wine made from some of the best vineyards in California.
2009 received 92 Points from Robert Parker.
Chateau des Annibals 2012 Rose – Coteaux Varios en Provence
Chateau des Annibals has been a familial property since the 18th century. This cuvee Suivez-Moi-Jeune-Homme is made of 60% Cinsault and 40% Grenache. It is aromatic, fruity, and full of finesse. This wine pairs beautifully with all dinners. Best enjoyed around 45 degrees F.
2010 received 90 Wine Enthusiast.
Kudos Pinot Noir 2011 – Willamette Valley, Oregon
Pleasing aromas of strawberries and red cherries with grassy herbs and oak spice. Relatively light red cherry and red raspberry fruit flavors with an underpinning of savory herbs. Crisp and tasty, with mild tannins and a lively acid backbone leading to an uplifting finish. A solid daily drinker.
87 Points Wine Spectator.
Josh Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 – California
What a great value Cabernet from California. It’s hard to find a Cab at an every day price, but this wine is not only affordable but approachable and delicious with notes of black pepper, dark fruit and moderate oak that allow you to drink this on its own. This one is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Will pair perfectly with meats for Easter!
89 Points from CellarTracker.com
Revelry Riesling – Walla Walla, Washington
Made with a nod to the old world style but created in the style that speaks of Washington State Riesling. It has an impeccable balance of minerality, honey, fresh peach nectar and Juicy grapefruit supported by refreshing acidity. “Soft, sweet and light-footed, this is a delicate treat featuring apple and floral flavors, with a silky finish.”
89 Points Wine Spectator.
2011 Marchesi di Barolo “Maràia” Barbera del Monferrato – Italy
*Top 100 Wines of 2012 and a Best Value* A dark, succulent red, exuding black cherry, blackberry and violet aromas and flavors. Pure and focused, with a long aftertaste of sweet fruit, flowers and spice. This wine is a “can’t miss” for just about any pasta with red sauce, but it is complex enough to show much further versatility at the dinner table at an everyday price.
90 Points Wine Spectator
Don’t forget our Half-Case Discounts on 6 or more 750mL wines ending after Easter! We look forward to seeing you this weekend.