Our mini bottles are ideal for sharing with friends or bringing along to a picnic or party. With their convenient size, you can take your love of wine anywhere. Each bottle is crafted with the same attention to detail and flavor as a full-sized bottle, ensuring that you get the same great taste just in a smaller package.
The Vermentino grape grows exclusively along the coast of Italy on the island of Sardinia (yeah, like the fish). Because of its origin, this grape offers a salty, crisp flavor that’s incredibly easy to drink and enjoy. Chances are you’ve probably had it before if you’ve ever ordered white wine in an Italian restaurant. If you love peaches and lemons and get a kick out of anything that reminds you of the sea, our Vermentino is the perfect Italian white to experience on a sunny day outside.
A little sweet. A little tart. A little salty? You truly get it all with this white Italian wine. If you’re into that biting acidity. Citrus fruits like mandarin, lemon, and grapefruit are at the forefront, but what really sets this Italian wine apart is its distinct notes of almond. While our Verdicchio can start out tasting a bit bitter, the more you sip, the sweeter it becomes. In fact, we suggest approaching it as an aperitif (Italian for an alcoholic drink sipped before a meal to stimulate the appetite) to experience its full effect.
Our Côtes du Rhône is packed with French-perfected, floral flavor and Old-World charm. Some background on the Rhône Valley in France: While this region is known for its dark, juicy reds, a very small amount of special white wines are made in the Rhône Valley. Its natural tang paired with the weighty Marsanne grape and aromatic Roussanne grape results in a crisp, savory sip that’ll transport you to a sunbathing chair by the Rhône itself.
If you’re looking for more zest in your life, a bottle of Pinot Grigio can provide that. It has that dry sense of humor that seems so effortless with a punchy acidity to keep you on your toes, all while offering notes of lemon, limes, green apples, and honeysuckle. Long story short; when it’s been a heavy day and your soul is seeking light things only, you’ll be happy to have this bottle on hand.
For the Chardonnay lovers who are looking to dig a bit deeper in the world of bold whites, a Viognier could be your next big adventure. Viogniers tend to have more range; while they can be creamy with hints of vanilla like their counterpart, they also offer lighter, fruitier flavors like tangerine, mango, and honeysuckle. It’s still a more full-bodied white wine, but unlike Chardonnay, it’s softer on acidity and more perfumed.