GERMANY : RHEINHESSEN
MEDIUM-LIGHT-BODIED, DRY, APRICOT, CANTELOUP, GUAVA, NO OAK
A perfectly dry, fruity, and food-friendly riesling from one of the oldest labels in Germany! Heyl zu Herrnsheim Estate can be traced back to 1561, when a group of monks from Worms found the vineyards in Nierstein to be of exceptional quality — today, their tradition of monastic excellence is upheld by star winemaker Felix Peters.
FOOD PAIRING: Coq au Riesling (Chicken Braised in White Wine)
FRANCE : SOUTHWEST : VDP DES COTES DE GASCOGNE
Gros Manseng, Sauvignon Blanc
ITALY : TRENTINO-ALTO ADIGE : VIGNETI DELLE DOLOMITI
LIGHT-BODIED, ORCHARD FRUIT, CRISP, NO OAK
Expressive aromas of white apple blossoms; ripe yellow apple with lime zest and orange pith on the palate. Good finish.
ARGENTINA : MENDOZA : UCO VALLEY
MED-BODIED, PEACH, GOOSEBERRY, GREEN APPLE, HERBS, DRY, NO OAK
A fresh, lively, and fruity Brut Nature BdB that combines French sparkling wine heritage with Argentina’s unique terroir. Fun fact: Alta Vista was the first winery in Argentina to produce single vineyard wines! Their Brut Nature is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes, 50% of which is estate fruit sourced from the Albaneve estate vineyard in the Uco Valley.
FOOD PAIRING: Cheese & Nut Plate with Fresh Farm Preserves