8 International Wines from Italy, France, Portugal, and Argentina
Despite its delicate, pale pink color, each sip of this wine is lush with flavor, from tropical passionfruit and zesty citrus to refreshing melon.
There is a fun saying in wine - “if it grows with it, it goes with it”. This aromatic white wine comes from the coastal regions of Portugal, and as a result is a perfect pairing for seafood; fish and shellfish alike. Or, cool down a spicy native sausage like Portuguese linguica with a chilled glass.
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I bought this as a gift for my niece. Unfortunately there was an issue with UPS, however when I went in good taste an email they immediately responded and had a solution which they handled on my behalf. Awesome!
Most of the time I choose just white wines. Having ordered the Vine Voyage selection opened up the possiblity to try
reds without a huge commitment. However, loved them all and will order again. Thanks
The Burgundy region of France is home to their best Pinot Noirs, but we took the grapes into our own hands to create something extra special with our Coteaux Bourguignons. It’s a blend of Pinot Noir and Gamay, which results in a French red that’s light in body but full in flavor. The ripest blueberries and freshest herbs can be easily detected in this French burgundy blend. May we suggest pairing it with some creamy brie and freshly baked bread? It’s a oui-ning combo.