Stephen Vincent California Pinot Noir | $12.99
Straight from Sonoma, California, this dark ruby wine has hints of clove and cinnamon, notes of cherry and raspberry, soft tannins, and a touch of oak. Pair this satisfying wine with your favorite grilled protein.
Justin Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon | $24.99
This exceptional wine offers attractive aromas of black fruit and spice. Often the go-to red for food pairings, this smooth wine is ideal with artisanal cheese, crab, portobello mushrooms, and of course, beef.
Left Coast White Pinot Noir | $17.99
This unique wine has a rich and round palate, with displaying aromas of honeysuckle, vanilla shortbread, and ripe pear. Enjoy the flavors of dried apricots, peaches and cream, and pineapple, ending with a dry mineral finish.
Reata Sonoma County Chardonnay | $12.99
Great on a sunny day, this chardonnay offers flavors of apple blossom, honeydew melon, guava, and grapefruit zest. This wine is the perfect complement to a light salad, your favorite pizza, shellfish, or a grilled protein.
L'Oliveto Russian River Rosé of Pinot Noir | $13.99
The perfect wine for a hot night, this crisp salmon pink rosé offers notes of wild strawberries with a limestone mineral edge. Rich and fruity, with bursts of tangerine, cucumber, and melon, the finish is clean and very refreshing.
Shannon Ridge Clay Shannon Chardonnay | $21.99, on sale for $19.78 through April
A lovely, full-bodied and easy to drink chardonnay! Crisp with a touch of oak and vanilla, and notes of peach, pear, citrus blossom, and apricot. Pairs well with chicken, fish, and vegetarian dishes.
Ramón Roqueta Sanear Tinto | $11.99
This affordable red wine from Catalunya, Spain is made from cabernet sauvignon and Tempranillo and is especially great chilled! Simple, yet fruity with notes of cherry, cranberry, oak, and vanilla. Pairs well with a beef, pasta, or chicken dish.
French Pool Toy Rosé | $10.99, buy two bottles for $20 through April
This rosé from Côtes de Provence, France is stored in a plastic bottle, which is perfect for spring picnics or days by the pool! It's light with hints of floral notes and melon fruit flavors. Pairs well with seafood, vegetarian, chicken, and pork dishes.
Anjos de Portugal Vinho Verde Rosé 2019 | $7.99, buy two bottles for $14 through April
This Portuguese rosé is the perfect start to kick off spring. With notes of strawberry, citrus, pear, and peach, this rosé is fruity and crisp with a hint of bubbly to it. Very light and great balance at a great price.
Chateau Marjosse Blanc Bordeaux Blanc | $31, buy two bottles for $32 through April
A great Bordeaux for outside get togethers! Light, crisp, and refreshing with notes of pineapple, pear, and light citrus. Pairs well with chicken, fish, vegetarian dishes, and great with appetizers or a cheeseboard.
"Vieux Carré" Rosé | $18.99
This rosé includes hints of red fruit (strawberries, citrus, and melon) and flowers such as rose petals, along with crunchy green finishes. "Vieux Carré" is perfectly paired with salads packed with fresh fruit or with Louisiana's fresh catch!
"Saint Charles Ave." Chardonnay | $21.99
Full-bodied, round, rich, and juicy, this chardonnay provides full flavor with notes of ripe fruit flavors, lemon zest, coconut, and baking spices. Pair "St. Charles Ave." with fresh strawberries from Ponchatoula, Louisiana.
"Heritage" Riesling | $20
This delectable wine offers a fruit-forward aroma of nectarine, apricot, apples, and pear, leaving a mouthwatering finish. Pair this riesling with a classic muffuletta packed with meats and topped with New Orleans Style Briny Olive Salad.
"Wards" Rhone White Blend | $17.99
This wine includes notes of citrus and white fruit, exotic perfumed character, and substantial stone fruit richness. The Viognier-based Rhone white blend pairs amazing with your favorite shellfish, such as boiled crawfish. Yum!
"Circa 2005" Syrah | $23.99
This syrah's violet and velvety elegance are backed by big fruit and crunchy spice. Add this flavorpacked syrah to your next BBQ — grilled vegetables and spare ribs will never be the same!
This article appeared in the April 2021 Issue of Adore Magazine.