Tascante Buonora Carricante 2016

The Tascante Buonora Etna Bianco from Sicily is 100% Carricante. This sustainably farmed white wine has briny lemon notes on the nose & notes of fresh pear, subtle salinity, & a zippy acidity. Pairs best with seafood & fresh summer salads. – Aurelia Amann, Metairie Sales Consultant

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Scaia Rosé 2017

For the last few vintages, the Scaia rose has been one of my favorite summer wines. For 2017 vintage the Scaia rose continues its winning streak. This year the wine exhibits a bright, lightly floral nose. The wine is soft and light on the palate exhibiting more tropical fruit flavors than the persistent Strawberry flavors

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Scott Family Estates Chardonnay 2016

This wine has an explosive bouquet with tropical fruits, vanilla and honeysuckle. I found it to have a pure chardonnay fruit flavor that is round and soft. The structure of this wine is seamless. It should pair well with Jambalaya, crawfish or your next spicy meal. – Steve Perret, Wine & Spirits Consultant

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The Pinot Project

The Pinot Project is an easy drinking red that can transition to summer. A black cherry mid-palate with lingering Asian spice makes for a refreshing Californian Pinot accessible to everyone, and it doesn’t break the bank! – Drew Pugh, Baton Rouge Store Manager

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Alois Lageder Pinot Bianco 2016

Founded in 1934 the grapes are grown and the wine produced in an organic and sustainable fashion. The wine is pale yellow with aromas of orchard citrus flowers. The flavors are of ripe pear and crisp yellow apple. Slightly fruity, but with a crisp citrus zest finish. Great acidity and freshness. Think of Pinot Grigio

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Chateau Bouisset Rosé 2016

“Very light with hints of orange peel and fresh strawberries finishing with a fresh and vibrant acidity. This wine hails from the south of France where dry crisp rose’ is the specialty. At around $10 a bottle, this wine is a no brainer.” – Calen Morgan, Mandeville Store Manager

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Buehler Vineyards Chardonnay 2013

Buehler Vineyards is one of my favorite picks for California Chardonnay under $20! This beauty hails from Russian River, so it’s silky and clean, with lots of toasty oak to balance that classic California butter. Loaded with bright orange citrus and a touch of lemon, this is a great wine to pair with herby baked

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Lander Jenkins Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

“Warm sunny days and cool evening during the 2012 growing season gave us intense, flavorful fruit. Fruit from select vineyards from California’s premium appellations make up this delicious Cabernet Sauvignon. “ – Winemaker’s notes. AROMAS: Complex aromas of ripe plum, toffee and vanilla from oak. FLAVORS: a rich, full-bodied wine with silky tannins. Flavors of

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Louis Latour Grand Ardèche Chardonnay 2012

The Grand Ardèche comes from the best vineyards, carefully selected every year when harvesting begins. The grapes are pressed and the rapes are placed immediately in oak barrels made by the cooperage at Latour, where the wine will age for approximately 10 months, like the great wines of Burgundy. The Grand Ardèche 2012 is shimmering

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The Culprit Red Table Wine 2011

The winemaker’s art of blending is often limited by the rules governing the varietal labeling. Culprit is an adventure in winemaking artistry breaking out of the ordinary confines to produce an ultra-premium Sonoma red wine. Now we have captured the best characteristics of intense and extracted berry fruit layered judiciously with a spice box of flavors that only Sonoma can offer. The Culprit on

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