You’ll taste hints of juicy green apples and melon in this crisp blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Semillon grapes. Serve it as a lively counterpoint to a simple roast chicken or grilled shrimp.
Deliciously dry and yeasty, this Spanish sparkling wine makes a festive predinner aperitif and a bright partner to citrusy salads and seafood. Or splash the bargain bubbles into a glass of O.J. for a snappy mimosa.
A winner for your next dinner party, this Washington State wine will please the crowd with its rich, plummy notes. Play up its oaky flavors with lamb chops or a classic steakhouse salad dressed with blue cheese.
Forget the knock-you-to-the-ground Zins of your past. This softer version with spicy, earthy accents goes lighter on the alcohol but is still full-bodied enough to stand up to sweet, tangy barbecued ribs and glazed chicken.