Tales From The Cellar

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Bring in the New to End Summer

Even though Summer is winding down, we still have excellent warm weather that will most likely continue for another month or two. You know, that famous California “Indian Summer” thing.  So, why not keep summer alive with a new assortment of outstanding white wines that we recently acquired. These new arrivals are clean and  fresh, beautifully made and perfect for seafood, poultry, salads, pastas  and whatever other “summery” fare you create.

I highly recommend the following:

2011 Blanco Nieva –Verdejo – Rueda/Spain  ($15.99)

2011 Chiroulet “Terres Blanches” – 50% Gros Manseng, 40% Sauvignon Blanc, 10% Ugni Blanc Cotes De Gascogne/France  ($10.99)

2010 Dutton-Goldfield “Dutton Ranch” – Chardonnay – Russian River/California  $29.99

2011 Eidosela –Albarino -Rias Baixas/Spain  ($12.99)

2011 J. Hofstatter-Pinot Grigio -Sudtirol-Alto Adige/Italy  ($15.99)

2011 Lieu Dit – Sauvignon Blanc – Santa Ynez/California   ($21.99)

2011 Moulin de Gassac “Picpoul de Pinet” – Languedoc/France  ($12.99)

2010 Jean-Baptiste Ponsot – Rully “Montpalais” – Burgundy/France  ($21.99)


Gary M., Beltramo’s Wine Consultant

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