White Wine by Blue Rock from Sonoma County, California. The familiarity of classic Sonoma Coast Sauvignon Blanc but with a delicate and pleasing exotic white peach that comes from the Viogner. A wine that is both fresh and rich, a rare combination that appeals to all the parts of the palate. The finish is lingering, allowing Baby Blue Blanc to be enjoyed on its own year-round. It's magic when paired with food, from standard American fare to something much more exotic. Blend: 46% Sauvignon Blanc, 39% Semillon and 15% Viognier
White Wine by Domaine Hubert Brochard from Loire, France - regions. Clear and bright in appearance with green highlights, Sancerre Tradition is a classic expression of Sauvignon Blanc from the limestone rich soils of the central Loire Valley. Aromas of grapefruit and quince are complimented by notes of gun flint and wet stone. On the palate the wine is medium bodied with mouthwatering acidity and great depth of fruit. A persistent and balanced finish indicates that this wine will hold up in bottle. Ideal as a compliment to meaty fishes prepared with light sauces, for example salmon with a dill and mustard sauce, or fattier fare such as country sausage and goats cheese as the acidity will cut through the fat leaving the palate refreshed.
White Wine by House Wine from Columbia Valley, Washington. Key lime, passion fruit, and gooseberry dominate the aromatics. The bright fruit carries through on the palate, and finishes with a refreshing crispness, balanced by a very slight residual sweetness.
White Wine by Domaine Bersan from Burgundy, France - regions. Very aromatic (grapefruit and flowers) with medium-body, citrus and mineral notes on the palate, and a crisp, mouthwatering finish. Works well as an aperitif and is a great partner for shellfish, light fish, cold salads and goat cheese.