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  1. Beringer Founder's Estate Chardonnay (Napa Valley)
    Unabashedly rich and buttery, the 2010 Sbragia Chardonnay delivers heady scents of Meyer lemon, ripe fig and honeydew melon with a hint of vanilla cupcake. The concentrated, multi-layered flavors of citrus, peach, crème brûlée and toasted marshmallow are carried by an unctuous, full-bodied mid-palate and bolstered by a bracing acidity which keeps the wine lively and bright. This is a Chardonnay lover’s wine, bearing the unmistakable imprint of Beringer’s long time winemaker Ed Sbragia.

  2. Yellowtail Chardonnay (Australia)
    YChardonnay when made in this fresh, leaner style is a lovely summery drink. Forget the flabby Chardonnay wines of yesteryear, this is the modern incarnation of the variety with plenty to enjoy in its youth. Melons, white peach and a hint of nutty complexity drive a soft textured palate but in the end it's just a wonderful drink. Anything but Chardonnay is a thing of the past!

    Aroma: Cashew nuts, rockmelon and white peach.

    Flavour: A rush of peach and melon is met by more of the nuttiness from the bouquet. This is a lithe, seamless white wine. Serve with roast quail, pork chops or salad Nicoise..

  3. Beringer White Zinfandel (Napa Valley)
    You may blush with excitement over this fresh, lively wine. Beauty in a bottle, our light, refreshing White Zinfandel wine flirts with your tongue, as you taste essences of strawberry and melon. Perfect with all types of food, we recommend pairing it with something a little spicy such as Asian or Latin cuisine.

  4. Kendal Jackson Special Select Chardonnay (California)
    The 2011 growing season in Santa Barbara and Monterey Counties began late, with cool temperatures and higher than average spring rainfall that lowered yields. The cool weather persisted throughout most of the summer, giving the fruit a long hang time on the vine as clusters slowly ripened. The resulting wines displayed balanced acidity and great complexity.

    Rich tropical fruit intertwines with grapefruit, lemon and candied lime peel. Elegantly layered, this wine exhibits a lush texture and firm backbone with a hint of vanilla and cinnamon spice to round out the long finish.

  5. William Hill Chardonnay (Central Coast)
    Our Napa Valley Chardonnay was made from a mix of grapes grown in the cool Carneros and warmer St. Helena AVAs. Ripe tree fruit and heady notes of baked apple are supported by layers of caramel, brown spice and toasted oak flavors. This wine has a rich palate and silky mouthfeel, with moderate sweetness and a long, lingering finish.

  6. Frei Brothers Chardonnay (Cali1fornia)
    Our Russian River Valley Chardonnay is a soft and complex reflection of one of Sonoma’s most renowned cool-climate regions. This wine displays flavors of green apple, orange zest and apple pie, complemented by notes of butter and toast. The rich, nutty flavors in this Chardonnay lead to a silky finish and a plush mouthfeel.

  1. Polka Dot Reisling
    Pölka dot Sweet Riesling is perfect for those who crave something a little sweet. Your senses will come full circle when you take in the floral aromas and soft flavors of pear and nectarine. This well-balanced, easy-to-enjoy Riesling will remind you why you're a Riesling fan in the first place. Need a good food pairing tip? This dot is an excellent match for anything spicy.

  2. Hogue Johannisberg Reisling (Washington State)
    During the grape growing season, Eastern Washington boasts warm summer days followed by cool nights, ensuring that grapes ripen fully while retaining ample natural acidity. That even ripening gives Washington State Rieslings a trademark apricot and tangerine flavor that sets them apart. Hogue Riesling opens with a melange of aromas: orange blossom, jasmine, dried apricot, and tangerine. The palate is creamy, with apricot flavors. A naturally crisp acidity balances the slight sweetness, providing a refreshing finish.

  3. Chateau Ste Michelle Johannisberg Reisling
    Our Riesling is sourced from throughout Washington’s Columbia Valley, crafted to be a refreshing, off-dry Riesling vintage after vintage. The wine delivers sweet lime and peach with subtle mineral notes. This is our "any day” Riesling—a pleasure to drink and easy to match with a variety of foods.

  1. Yellowtail Pinot Grigio
    Lively green apple and pear aromas with a crisp, clean and refreshing palate in this Pinot Grigio wine.

  2. Beringer Founder's Estate Sauvignon Blanc (Napa Valley)
    This very special wine offers golden hue and features aromas of apricot nectar, crème brulee, vanilla and honey. Rich flavors of butterscotch, stone fruit and spice, with just a slight hint of cigar box, coat the mouth and linger for a long, luxurious finish. Whether paired with a cheese or rich dessert, Nightingale is a wonderful way to end a meal. - Roger Harrison, Nightingale Winemaker

  3. Pighin Pinot Grigio (Italy)
    The wine is a brilliant yellow with soft amber shades. It shows slightly candied aromas with notes of banana and pear on the nose and palate, with bright acidity and medium body. It should develop well in the bottle for up to four years.