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Maculan Chardonnay 2018 750ml
Lively, juicy, and charming, Maculan’s ’18 Chardonnay spotlights its ripe stone and tropical fruits, which are framed by crushed fresh herbs, exotic spices and white flower petals. This wine feels persistent and energetic as it glides to a lingering, fresh, dry finish--it's a food-friendly, surprising Chardonnay. Deriving from volcanic, limestone-rich soils, grapes ferment with natural yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ages on the lees for three months in steel tanks before bottling, where it rests for a few months prior to release.
Fantinel Brut Rose NV 750ml
Dry yet seductive, Fantinel Brut Rosé shows a pale pink color in the glass, where it sparkles with a really nice perlage that warms the palate. A burst of acidity gives it a fresh mouth-feel and hints of berries follow in this bright, dry, refreshing yet rich Rosé sparkler. Fantinel makes this Rosé in the charmat, or tank method, in which the wine undergoes a secondary fermentation in bulk tanks and is bottled under pressure. Crafted from Pinot Nero and Chardonnay, this wine is all about charm, cherries and berries, and nicely floral aromatics. Showing just the right balance and texture with an appealing lively long finish, this rosé sparkler makes appetizers, brunch or light fare sing.
Paul Pernot Bourgogne Aligote 2014 750ml
Vinified entirely in stainless steel, this ’14 Aligoté layers its juicy tropical and citrus fruits over wet river rocks and white wildflowers. It’s a fresh, charming wine for any night of the week, and it pulls you back to the glass with its vibrant acidity and cheek-piquing minerals. Aligoté is known as the “other white Burgundy” because, while it’s not Chardonnay, it still fits within the white Burgundy paradigm. Less expensive, leaner, and fresher, Aligoté holds the minerality of Chablis and the silkiness of Puligny-Montrachet, and this ’14 Bourgogne Aligoté from Paul Pernot might be your new go-to white Burgundy!
Barone Pizzini Brut Franciacorta 2009 375ml
This organically grown Chardonnay sparkler gets extensive aging on its lees, giving it delicious toasty notes, and its Lombardia terroir imbues it with fresh herbaceousness. While you’ll find a lively palate of tropical fruits, orange marmalade and candied ginger, the wine itself isn’t an effusive bubbly. This vibrant pale golden Franciacorta offers a smooth and persistent sparkle that combines with the classic character that you would expect of a wine fermented in the bottle.
Rancho Sisquoc Chardonnay 1998 750ml
De Conciliis Donnaluna Fiano 2014 750ml
Complex, zesty and mineral-laden, this ’14 Fiano layers its orchard fruits with crushed rocks, acacia honey, and herbs. Weighty yet fresh, this wine whooshes across the palate with mineral-driven energy, building to a saline finish that complements the wine’s sweet inner perfume of honeyed fruit. Heftier and more complex than Pinot Grigio, wilder than Chardonnay, De Conciliis’ organic Fiano ferments and ages in stainless steel to better articulate its unique Campanian terroir; it’s one of our favorite value Italian white wines.
Tormaresca Chardonnay Pietrabianca 2013 750ml
Nimble and radiant, the ’13 Chardonnay Pietrabianca bursts with sappy stone, crisp orchard, and bright citrus fruits, all framed by pressed white flower petals, crushed volcanic rocks and a kiss of baking spices. This wine almost skips across the palate, layering its sweet inner perfume on a backdrop of savory minerality; it’s a delicious, compelling Puglian white for near or mid-term drinking. This organically grown blend of 90% Chardonnay and 10% Fiano derives from Tormaresca’s Bocca di Lupo holdings in Minervino Murge. Each grape varietal ferments separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and while the Fiano wine ages in stainless steel, the Chardonnay wine ages in barrique for five months; then the wine is blended and aged in stainless steel for six months before release.
Soter North Valley Highland Rose 2014 750ml
No shrinking violet, this Rosé from Oregon’s Willamette Valley this beautiful Pinot Rose that bursts with tart berries, hints of brioche and vanilla. Crafted from 80% Pinot Noir, and the remainder Chardonnay and Gewürztraminer, this wine offers complexity, fantastic aromatics and the kind of minerality that winemaker Tony Soter and Oregon have grown famous for. And outstanding match with anything from antipasti to pasta and lean red meats, this wine is also a tremendous value at its price point.
Cornarea Roero Arneis 2015 750ml
A great alternative to Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc, this dry, crisp Arneis captures the best of these great varieties have to offer, while adding a decidedly Piemonte spin. Aromatic and vibrant, the 2015 Cornarea Roero Arneis bursts with grapefruit, green pears, underbrush, crushed river rocks and white flowers. This wine echoes these notes on the complex, surprisingly weighty palate, and a kinetic acidity and vibrant saline minerality propel it to a lingering, persistent finish. Deriving from organically tended vines grown in mineral-rich sandy soils, the grapes macerate in whole bunches, and the wine ages entirely in neutral stainless steel to preserve terroir. Food-friendly and surprisingly sturdy in structure, this Roero Arneis can accompany a wide range of foods, from Vitello Tonnato to Robiola cheese to BBQ or shellfish; it’s an ideal anytime, anywhere white!
Jose Dhondt Blanc de Blancs Brut NV 375ml
It’s one of those wines that you drink and remember with a tongue-twitching lust for years to come. Crafted from grapes grown in Champagne’s Chardonnay territory in the Côte des Blancs, this flinty, crisp, and charming Champagne shows lots of plum, green apples, and a yummy streak of minerality.