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November Wines of the Month

2016 Fattoria Corzano e Paterno Bianco ‘Il Corzanello’, Tuscany, Italy
Regularly $15.99, November Special Price $13.59
A refreshing white blend with notes of flowers and citrus on the nose. Fruity and citrus flavors on the palate are balanced by a crisp acidity. Great with shellfish or as an aperitif.

2015 Ronchi di Cialla Friulano, Friuli Colli Orientali, Italy
Regularly $19.99, November Special Price $16.99
A pale, straw-colored wine with greenish hues. The nose is rich and persistent with elegant aromas of ripe apple, pear and white floral notes. The palate is round, soft and elegant with fruity flavors, well-balanced acidity and a long, persistent finish. An excellent accompaniment to fish, crustaceans, pasta with vegetables or egg based dishes.

2015/16 Spiess Silvaner, Rheinhessen, Germany
Regularly $14.99, November Special Price $12.74
Luscious full-bodied charm with notes of ripe pineapples and fresh hay, and a perfectly balanced exchange of acidity and sweetness. One of life’s simple pleasures! Pair with fish or white meats. 

2015 Domaine Daniel Segunot Chablis, Burgundy, France
Regularly $19.99, November Special Price $16.99
Very elegant bouquet that develops citrus, white fruit and floral aromas with exposure in the glass. Fresh and supple, the wine is marked by mineral notes that are typical of the appellation. Pairs with oysters, seafood, grilled fish, or a variety of lighter fare.

2016 Bench Alexander Valley Chardonnay, Mendocino, California
Regularly $19.99, November Special Price $16.99
A pale straw yellow, the nose is full of honey and orange blossom, with clean mineral aromatics. The palate is crisp and well textured with flavors of stone fruit and honeydew melon and a wet stone finish. Try with pan roasted salmon.

NV Franck Besson Rosé Granite, Beaujolais, France
Regularly $19.99, November Special Price $16.99
Fresh and lively, filled with scents of strawberries and raspberries. Round, with sweet red cherry flavors with a touch of minerality and a dry finish. The perfect sparkler for a Sunday brunch or turkey dinner.

2016 Chateau Cambon Beaujolais, Burgundy , France
Regularly $19.99, November Special Price $16.99
Light bodied, dry, medium-high acidity, light tannin, moderate intensity, medium finish, raspberry, cherry, mineral. From Burgundian classics to everyday comfort dishes, Gamay’s a handy match. Pair with a Dijon mustard-sauced sausage en croute, poulet rôti or coq au vin. Great with burgers and meatballs, too.

2015/16 Thurnhof St Magdelener, Alto Adige, Italy
Regularly $17.99, November Special Price $14.99
This is a base line wine in this discussion, made from 100% Schiava this wine is full of delicious fresh cherry fruit and blueberry with juicy fresh finish. Due to the little to know tannins this is a great wine for roasted trout or salmon.

2015 Ettore Germano Nebbiolo, Piedmont, Italy
Regularly $21.99, November Special Price $18.69
The nose of this wine shows fresh fruit, cherry and floral notes (think violets). Full-bodied and warm on the entry with round tannins and a hint of astringency that flows through the long, flavorful finish. Best served with hot antipasti, or lighter main courses.

2015 Domaine Richou Anjou Rouge, Loire Valley, France
Regularly $15.99, November Special Price $13.59
A go-to “bistro” wine, it has aromas of red fruit and spices. A charming red that pairs well with lighter fare, grilled meats or poultry.

2013 Thomas Fogarty Pinot Noir, Santa Cruz Mountains, California
Regularly $37.99, November Special Price $31.99
Fogarty’s 2013 Pinot Noir Santa Cruz Mountains is a pretty, fruit-driven wine to drink young, while the flavors remain bright. Crushed flowers, sweet red berries and cinnamon grace the supple, open-knit finish. Whether it is turkey, roast chicken or salmon this wine is a delight to have on the table.

2014 Joan d’Anguera La Panella, Monsant, Spain
Regularly $19.99, November Special Price $16.99
Deeply pitched aromas of dark berry liqueur, black cardamom and licorice, perked up by a spicy note of black pepper. Full-bodied, chewy blackcurrant and bitter cherry flavors are slow to unfold, eventually offering hint of dried violet and energizing spiciness. This is the perfect wine for a roasted leg of lamb.