10 summer wines under $15

D'Autrefois Rose de Pinot Noir

D’Autrefois Rosé de Pinot Noir $10.00

This versatile dry wine is a tinted and bright rosé from the South of France. This wine can be used as an aperitif or paired with pork or seafood at dinner.

Mallee Point Pink Moscato

Mallee Point Pink Moscato $6.00

A mellow summer wine from Southeastern Australia with notes of melon, peach and tropical fruits. It’s sweet but light.

Kiwi Cuvee Chardonnay

Kiwi Cuvée Chardonnay $9.00

This Chardonnay is made in France with New Zealand-style. This wine has rich fruit aromas, a round flavor, and a toasty finish. Pairs well with seafood or chicken.

Coastline Cabernet Reserve Paso Robles

Coastline Cabernet Reserve Paso Robles $7.00

A reserve quality Cabernet for a great price from California. With notes of  dark fruits, cocoa, toasty oak and a dry finish, this Cabernet is a sophisticated accompaniment to beef, lamb or game dishes.

Phebus Malbec MMC

Phebus Malbec MMC $7.98

This wine contains blends of old-vines Malbec with Merlot and Cabernet creating a  fruit-filled wine. Phebus MMC is best served with meats and red sauces.

Wink Risque Red

Wink Risqué Red $7.98

This fun and flirty wine is a definite crowd pleaser and the perfect accompaniment to a BBQ party. This wine is full of fresh fruit flavors and perfect for summer.

Domaine Pignard Beaujolais, 2011

Domaine Pignard Beaujolais, 2011 $10.00

For picnics and cookouts this light-bodied, fruity red wine is a crowd-pleaser. Ideal for warm weather, this wine is best with charcuterie and chicken.

Enebral Toro Tinta de Toro, 2009

Enebral Toro Tinta de Toro, 2009  $8.00

Enebral is deeply scented with blackberry and oak from the Toro region of Spain.

Rivata Prosecco

Rivata Prosecco $9.99

What’s brunch without the bubbly? Rivata is a light, demi-sec Prosecco great for a causal glass with dinner or as an aperitif.

Porta Sauvignon Blanc

Porta Sauvignon Blanc $8.00

The only thing better than Chilean sea bass is Chilean wine. At $8.00, this aromatic Sauvignon Blanc is accented with kiwi and grapefruit making it perfect for seafood and light pasta dishes.

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