Springtime Sippers

Light lunches, picnic parties and patio chills; wines that will sparkle with flavour and pair well with any springtime fare.

 

Sottano Torrontes Reserva

ARGENTINA | DFW Exclusive | Fruity and citrus aromas on the nose that combine to create a diversity of aromas from grapefruit to orange blossoms. Good acidity and a persistent, long finish

 

 

Le Gouleyant Malbec Rosé

FRANCE | DFW Exclusive | Very aromatic nose of perfumed red fruits. Fresh and sweet, supported by aromas of blackcurrants and raspberries on a persistent finish. This delicious, light Malbec rosé makes a fruity, vivacious aperitif.

 

 

Monmousseau Brut Etoile

FRANCE | Small long-lasting bubbles that are full and frothy on the front palate, with almond, fig and pear flavours and a soft integrated finish.

 

 

Unsorted Pinot Noir

CALIFORNIA | Notes of sage and spice, driven by red fruit, primarily raspberry, cranberry and wild strawberry. Mingled with spicy white pepper and coriander flavours.

 

 

Benjamin Bridge Piquette Mixed Pack

NOVA SCOTIA | Piquette is a low-alcohol wine beverage made from second pressings of grape pomace, known to have been enjoyed by French farmhands and vineyard workers. The perfect wine refresher. Original: A cascade of freshly squeezed ruby grapefruit and lime zest is interlaced with suggestions of blooming lavender tree. On the palate, a myriad of lively citrus notes creates the most refreshing balance between hints of zesty lime and a delicate touch of maritime salt. Pink: Enticing tropical flower notes are brightened by hints of ruby red grapefruit and papaya. The palate is pleasantly light, with refreshing weightlessness and aerial, aromatic suggestions of elderflower and rose hips for a touch of complexity.

 

 

Bandit Chardonnay Tetra

CALIFORNIA | DFW Exclusive | Shines with pure tropical and citrus aromas illuminated by fresh, shimmering fruit flavours. Silky smooth, full-bodied and stylish, it’s a versatile wine destined to steal the spotlight when poured at impromptu parties or backyard barbecues.

 

 

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