Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest (Germany)
$1.71/bottle by the case Reg. $1.90 – A stronger beer – the Märzen – was brewed earlier in March. It would finally be served at the Oktoberfest, under the “Heaven of Bavaria”. We have returned once again to the age-old recipe and recreated that gloriously smooth, honey-colored piece of history from times gone by. Try it with roasted chicken or sausages in cooked in Wiesn beer.
Eagles Nest Sauvignon Blanc 2016 (South Africa)
$17.99/bottle by the case Reg. $19.99 – Beautiful clear, almost platinum hue with aromas of passion-fruit, pineapples and guavas. The palate is fresh, with lively acidity and tropical fruit aromas throughout. The soft, elegant mouth-feel and focused acidity suggest this wine will be ideally paired with sushi, grilled fish and shell fish.
Camas Pinot Noir Rose 2017 (France)
$12.59/bottle by the case Reg. $13.99 – 100% Pinot Noir. A fragrant nose of raspberries and cherries. The palate shows a sustained concentration of red fruits with a crisp, refreshing backbone. A perfect aperitif wine and a good match for salads and light fares.
Kaapzicht “Cape View” Kaleidoscope Red 2017 (South Africa)
$14.39/bottle by the case Reg.$15.99 – 37% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37% Pinotage, 10% Cinsaut, 6% Petit Verdot, 6% Merlot & 4% Shiraz Integrated flavors of black and red berries, tea leaves and spice invite a sip of this easy drinking blend; the gentle structure, with soft tannins supporting a core of sweet berry fruit, adds friendly drink-ability; medium bodied with a well-rounded savory finish.
Primore Moscato Rose` (Italy)
$11.69/bottle by the case Reg. $12.99 – This light, pink-hued Italian wine has a delicate, fruity nature, making it excellent on its own, or paired with your favorite sweet treat. Delicate and floral with aromas and flavors of raspberry and strawberry. Complements rich baked goods such as sponge cake and strudels.