The Short Stack May 2021
Conde de Caralt Brut Rosé Cava (NV, Spain) - A blend of traditional Spanish grapes, this delicious Rosé Cava is bright and transparent with an attractive light strawberry color and an abundant, fine and constant mousse. Fruity aromas reminiscent of raspberry and pomegranate carry through a supple, fruity palate.
Famille Bougrier Sauvignon Blanc (2019, France) - This delicious white from the Loire Valley shows characteristic mineral, grapefruit and lime notes on the palate, supported by undertones of flint and apple blossoms. The bright acidity and crisp, clean finish make this an ideal pairing for shellfish or poached seafood.
Mendoza Station Chardonnay (2020, Argentina) - Bright tropical notes and fresh fruit come through clearly in this delicious unoaked Chardonnay. A great value from South America, it showcases notes of papaya, lemon and orange in a friendly, easy-drinking style. Perfect to try with poultry and mild cheeses.
Ropiteau Pinot Noir (2019, France) - Established in 1848, Ropiteau Freres has a long history of making great Pinot Noir. This super value is proof positive. Bright cherry and berry fruit is complemented by earth tones and a smooth soft finish. Excellent with a lamb stew.
Vistamar Brisa Cabernet Sauvignon (2020, Chile) - Smooth and rounded with great fruit expression in the mouth of blackberries, plums and black cherries beautifully blended with touches of vanilla. Pairs nicely with red meats and pastas.
Rivata Gran Spumante (NV, Italy) - This light and refreshing sparkler has a touch of sweetness along with fresh fruit flavors of peach, apricot and apple. Perfect for parties or Sunday brunch, this Spumante can be enjoyed alone or as Bellini cocktail.
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