In the summer time a lot of us think about good white wines; Good values and what to drink that won’t break the pocketbook. A friend of mine asked me the other day and said; ‘Can you just tell me what to buy? Just give me a list; I don’t want to spend more than $15’…
What’s the usefulness of creating this type of list?
...especially when price is a significant factor
...and real accessibility(Can you find the darn wine!?!)
...and really nice and acceptable quality is a factor?
Edna Valley Vineyard Paragon Chardonnay- pears, ripe apples, brown spices like cinnamon. Try it heavy cream foods, lively foods,
roasted fish and trout; fettuccini alfredo and shrimp
Pacific Rim - Gewürztraminer- melons and fragrant, tangerines and Lychee fruit...pairs well with oven roasted chicken, indian food and the blues like gorgonzola
Bodegas Naia Las Brisas - Rueda Spain -It's a great straight forward wine with hints of melons, honeydew, yellow apples it's alive with citrus too.
Loosin Bros - Reisling - a delicious wine that is balanced and hints of peach and pears and apples it can pair with any grilled seafood dish
Cave de Lugny Macon - Les Charmes - Burgundy France- Fresh, apples, clean wine that is lemony, zesty and hint of spice, some chalk and honey. Great Balance
Enjoy!!! and Happy drinking!