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Some of the Wines we have at Kemp's

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Here are some of the standouts and staff favorites we have in stock at Kemp’s:

Beaujolais

Pierre Chermette Beaujolais-France-Gamay red, a simple fruit forward bouquet of violets, black raspberries and rich forest soil leads to a palate of sweet fruit. $17.99

Cabernet Sauvignon

Heavyweight Red-California-Blackberry and currant aromas in a premium, oak aged Cabernet blended with Syrah and Zinfandel. Great with a rare rib eye or a killer cheeseburger $12.00

Firestone Vineyards Discoveries Cabernet Sauvignon-California-Bold and full bodied the perfect match for backyard bbq & campsite cooking. Cherry, olive and coffee notes are paired with silky tannins and a lingering finish that begs for another sip. $9.99

Dry Creek Cabernet Sauvignon-California-Deep aromas of raspberry, sage and dried floral elements. On the palate, these aromas combine with black cherry and chocolate creating a mouthful of silky and well integrated tannins.-$15.00

Solomon’s Island Cabernet Sauvignon-Calvert County, Maryland-Dense cabernet shows rich aromas of blackberry, cassis and plum complemented by the smoky complexities of toasted French oak. Vibrant flavor or black currant and truffle followed by smooth tannins. $17.99

Cameron Hughes Lot 136 ’07 Cabernet Sauvignon-California-Delicate French oak accompanied by blackberries and cassis illustrate the balance and sophistication expected of Central Napa. Lush fruit, a hint of bright mint and a resilient full body.-$22.00

Textbook Cabernet Sauvignon-California-Black currant, cherry-vanilla, bitter chocolate and licorice aromas are lifted by rose and smoky minerality offering a tight core of dark berry, candied cherry and licorice flavors with a late repeating note of vanilla. $24.99

Two Angels Cabernet Sauvignon-California-Nicely complex with dark fruit, cherries and hints of chocolate and vanilla on the nose. Well structured with an elegance- glides across the palate and leads to a pleasing finish. $28.99

Chardonnay

Mark West Chardonnay-Central Coast, California-lighter style flavor attributes of pear and crisp apple complemented by subtle cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla from oak aging. Accompanying deep tropical fruit flavors of papayas and mangoes-$9.99

St Michaels Long Splice Unoaked Chard- Maryland perfectly combines Seyval - a French-American hybrid - with Chardonnay grapes .Drink dry, crisp Long Splice with dishes using garlic, olive oil, and tomatoes. Acidic and dry, it combines well with salty foods. Great with oysters. $13.99

Kim Crawford Chardonnay-New Zealand- unoaked- tropical fruits abound with fullness and richness-$15.99
St Michaels Oakey Dokey- Maryland-The lightest of oak and the softest of buttery undertones- drink with asparagus, curry and any dish with garlic-$16.99

Cameron Hughes Lot 212-California-Notes of Bartlett pears, candied apple and banana occupy the bouquet. Buttery texture couples with citrus sorbet fruit on the palate. Silver medal winner in Winemaker Challenge-$15.00

Fess Parker Chardonnay- Santa Barbara County, California- Fess Parker of Davy Crockett/ Daniel Boone fame makes great wine. With its beautiful pale yellow straw color, this wine looks as good as it tastes. Flavors of pear, apple, melon and citrus are enhanced by a touch of light cream on the palate and finished off with just a hint of oak.-$17.99

Schug Chardonnay-California-A spicy bouquet, citrus and tropical fruit flavors and good acidity for depth and balance. The blend is rounded out by elegant, buttery textures and ripe flavors of pear and peach. Great with hors d’oeuvres, soups, salads, seafood and light pasta dishes.-$21.99
Chianti

Da Vinci Chianti-Italy- deep crimson in color with aromas of cherries and red fruit balanced by soft, round tannins.-$12.99

Santa Margherita Chianti Classico-Italy- Elegant with tannic austerity and complex aromas. With a deep ruby red hue, this wine has rich nuances of wild berries spices and well integrated oak.-$22.99

Malbec & Carmenere

San Huberto Malbec-Argentina-Aromas of red fruit, plum, cherry with notes of coffee, chocolate and vanilla. On the palate soft and smooth tannins with cherry and plum notes amalgamated with French oak.-$11.00

Terrazas Malbec Reserva-Argentina-An aroma of freshly crushed violet flowers. On the palate, racy notes of violet and graphite followed by mouthfuls of dry cherries and fresh berry fruit. The luscious mid palate, gives way to powdery tannins and a delicate herbal blend-infused finish that adds to complexity.-$18.99

The Deck Big Blind Carmenere-Chile-Dark red color. In nose red cherries and plums with a touch of toasty oak. Hints of chocolate and berries. Round tannins, soft but well structured. $15.99

Merlot

Bogle Merlot-California-Dark plum fruit greets the nose while the brighter fruit of summer cherry dazzles the palate. 12 months in American oak adds toast and spice. Pair with soft cheeses, pate, pork or pasta.-$10.00

Gloria Ferrer Carneros Merlot- Sonoma County California-Abundant aromas of ripe plum and black cherry with background hints of mocha and cedar. On the palate, the wine is lush, supple and elegantly structured with rich bright cherry and wild berry flavors persisting amid well-integrated tannins.-$18.99

Ferrari Carano Merlot-Sonoma County California-97% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Sauvignon- Beautifully balanced and full bodied. A velvety wine with a complex nose of fresh cherries, pomegranate and rhubarb pie, accented by intricately woven flavors of strawberry, brown sugar and crème brulee.-$22.99

Torrontes

The Wait Torrontes-Argentina-Exudes perfumed, floral aromas, enhanced by flavors of fresh pear, melon, pink grapefruit, peaches and honeysuckle. Pairs well with fresh fruits, all types of seafood and spicy Asian cuisine.-$9.99

Zolo Torrontes-Argentina-Aromas are delicate and intense; tropical flowers and fruit are predominant. Fresh flavor, well balanced with a long finish.-$12.00

Other Whites and Blends

St. Michaels White –Vidal -Maryland Eastern Shore-This wonderfully balanced, slightly sweet white wine offers the natural fruitiness of the Vidal Blanc grape with hints of citrus. Wonderful for sipping on a carefree afternoon, or pairing with a seafood salad with raspberry dressing. $13.99

Sokol Blosser Evolution-Oregon- A Staff Favorite- a blending of 9 grapes that is extraordinarily food friendly- $14.99

Domaine de Salvard Cheverny- France-Lots of tangy citrus, great with seafood- $16.99

Filaboa Albarino-Spain-a creamy white wine with complex flavors of citrus, peaches and apricots- $16.99

Conundrum-California-complex blend of white grapes which can be served with a whole range of cuisines- $24.99

Pinot Grigio

Riondo Pinot Grigio- Italy- Classic pinot grigio loaded with fruit and green flavors. A light wine that comes across very crisp and especially clean on the tropical fruit flavored finish.-$12.99

Willamette Valley Vineyards Pinot Gris- Oregon- Bright, fruity, refreshing style with a small addition of Pinot Blanc to add emollient mouth feel in the classic Oregon style. The quintessential match with salmon. 88 pts Wine Enthusiast-$15.99

Ca Montini Pinot Grigio- Italy- Bewitching nose, very fruity and clean finish. Crisp without being overly flowery or sweet-$14.99

Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio- Italy- The most requested pinot grigio and imported wine in America’s fine restaurants- Boasts a fresh, clean fragrance followed by a crisp refreshing flavor with hints of citrus fruits. Pairs beautifully with a wide range of light weight dishes-$19.99

Pinot Noir

Mark West Pinot Noir-California- “Pinot for the People” Robert Parker says it offers notes of pomegranates, plums, cherries, underbrush and herbs in a round, tasty authentic style-$11.99

Erath Pinot Noir- Oregon-The name is a word play on Earth and Heart. Bright cherry and juicy red plum aromas are lifted by a hint of exotic zesty spice. The sweet entry leads to a mouth filling cherry pie, red currant and vanilla-coffee flavors that extend into a subtle smokiness and a long luxurious finish. $17.99

R Stuart & Co Autograph Pinot Noir-Oregon-A blend of 4 vineyards: Weber and Winderlea offer gorgeous Dundee Hills red fruit, floral elegance and exotic spice; Temperance Hill and Daffodil Hill bring blue notes, earthiness and structure. $21.99

Cameron Hughes Pinot Noir Lot 176 –California- The mid-palate weight is rich and grippy and the fruit profile leans toward bright notes of cherry and raspberry. There’s a chocolate-covered cherry thing that comes across in the palate. The wine is soft and supple, with a lingering finish of ripe, fresh fruit.22.50

Red Table Wines

Cupcake Red Velvet-California- Smooth. Creamy. Delicious. $9.99

Fess Parker Frontier Red-California- Complex blend of Syrah, Grenache, Petite Syrah, Mouvedre, Cinsault and Carignac. Lush red and black fruit flavors with enticing spice, vanilla and oak notes.-$11.99

Shooting Star Blue Franc (lemberger) - Washington- One of the best examples of classic lemberger. Medium bodied, easy drinking. Fresh and spicy with notes of black pepper and cinnamon and bursting with fruit. Serve slightly cool with roast chicken, salmon, pork chops or pizza.-$12.99

Sterling Vintner Collection Meritage- California- Meritage rhymes with heritage and means a unique blend of classic Bordeaux varietals. This wine is a distinct blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot. Richly texture with hints of cherry, chocolate, black raspberry and vanilla.-$12.99

St Michaels Island Belle Sangiovese-Maryland- Named after the historic log canoe Island Belle, this sangiovese is light bodied with a clean finish. It is perfect with grilled chicken, pasta salad with pesto, or barbecued pork ribs. $17.99

Newton Claret-California-Bordeaux fans will appreciate the casual sophistication and elegant structure of this wine. The ripe berry qualities of this wine provide for an exceptional range of food pairing options such as grilled pork tenderloin or a bacon/Swiss burger.-$19.99

Riesling & Gewürztraminer

Relax Riesling- Germany- Wine Enthusiast Best Buy- slightly drier than the traditional Rieslings, Relax Riesling has a clean, crisp, fruity flavor- great dinner wine, party wine or just simply unwind after work wine-$9.99

Hogue Riesling-Washington- Washington Riesling’s have a trademark apricot and tangerine flavor that sets them apart-$10.99

Dr. Loosen Riesling- Germany-Comes exclusively from traditional vineyards with steep slopes and slate soil. This introductory non-estate wine embodies the elegant and racy style of classic Mosel Riesling.-$12.99

Eroica Riesling-Washington-a collaboration between Ernst Loosen and Chateau Ste. Michelle with scents of Thai pineapple and passion fruit leading to lime like flavors. Wine & Spirits gives it 94 points, Wine Advocate 91 points- $19.99

Chateau St Michelle gewürztraminer- Washington- medium dry with inviting aromas of lychee nuts, nutmeg and clove spice $10.99

Rose

The Wait Malbec Rose-Argentina-100 % Malbec. Attractive rose color with violet hues offering up ripe strawberry, cherry and raspberry aromas and flavors. The soft fruit tastes finish with just a hint of refreshing dryness. Pairs well with fresh seafood, summer salads, light pastas and Asian cuisine. $9.99

Rose of Merlot- Solomon’s Island, Maryland-A crisp dry rose wine made from the Merlot grape. Reminiscent of dry Roses’ from Provence.-$13.99

Sauvignon Blanc

Kendall Jackson Sauvignon Blanc- Sonoma County California-Succulent melon, ripe pear and fresh lemon grass mingle together in this medium bodied sauvignon blanc. Fresh lime complements the subtle mineral quality while added layers of fig and honeysuckle round out this crisp aromatic wine.-$9.99

Dynamite Sauvignon Blanc- California-buttery and floral with bright acidity and juicy apple. Rich, yet fresh. - $11.99

Brancott Sauvignon Blanc-New Zealand-A tart, tight New Zealand white with sharply focused grapefruit, lime and peach aromas. 89 points Wine Spectator. - $12.99

Ferrari Carano Fume Blanc- Sonoma County California- medium to full body wine with rich, grassy, slightly tropical, citrus and honeydew melon flavors. Good depth and a slightly creamy, silky mouth feel.-$12.99

Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc- New Zealand- widely regarded as setting a global standard for this variety. Powerful, well balanced wine with intense aromas of gooseberry, passion fruit and citrus flavors. Light to medium bodied.-$14.99

Frei Brothers Sauvignon Blanc- California-Infused with sweet lime flavors, full bodied and full flavored-$17.99

Shiraz/Syrah

Wolf Trap, Boekenhoutskloof- Franschhoek region, South Africa-89 points Wine Enthusiast, 2009 Top Buys under $15- Syrah, Mourvedre, Viognier. A nose of red fruit, spice and violet followed by fresh but lush aromas of cherries, black berries and a touch of smoke and dark chocolate. $9.99

BoglePetite Sirah-California-Aromas of black plum jam and toasty oak. Vibrant boysenberries and luscious fruit framed by serious tannins with wisps of leather and vanilla. Pair with rich meat dishes like lamb and game.-$11.00

Penfolds Koonunga Hill Shiraz- Australia- spicy fragrance interwoven with raspberry and floral notes of apple or pear-$11.99

Layer Cake Shiraz- Australia- Classic notes of black pepper and leather that add depth and complexity to the black cherry and plum fruits on the palate. $14.99

Some Like It Sweet

Chaddsford Spiced Apple Wine- Pennsylvania- 100% apple cider from Zieglers in Biglersville, PA. Apple, cinnamon, and spice like ma’s apple pie. When it’s cold, serve warm with a cinnamon stick. $9.99

Chaddsford Sangri La Sangria-Brandywine Valley, Pennsylvania-Cool and refreshing, fruit and sweet- a great year round treat-$12.99

Solomon’s Island Mists-Solomon Island, Maryland-the light refreshing taste of summer- enjoy with spicy food, on the boat or the back porch. Combos of Merlot and black raspberry, green apple and Riesling, watermelon and White Merlot and mango and Symphony-$9.99

Sweet Baby Red-Italy-Light, fruity, sweet raspberry flavors with that wonderful light fizz-$10.99

Sweet Baby White-Italy- Sweet, light fizzy white wine in a fun package-$10.99

Eola Hills Pacific White-Oregon-A blend of easy drinking white grapes- mostly Early Muscat, Riesling Chardonnay and many more. Kind of sweet with a crisp clean finish. The nose is full of apricot, pear and other tropical fruit.-$12.00

Chaucer’s Mead-California-Made with a blend of 3 types of honey- alfalfa, sage and orange blossom. Can be enjoyed either chilled or heated with spices. Pair with dried fruit and nuts or strong cheeses.-$12.99

Chocolate Zinfandel- Maryland-The sin ... is in the zin. Sumptuous chocolate mixed with oak-barreled Zinfandel equals “Mmmm.” Drink Chocolate Zin as an after-dinner delight, with chocolate mousse and raspberry sauce, or as dessert. $22.50

Sparkling

Lunetta Prosecco-Italy- Means Little Moon- celebrate life’s small pleasures- enticing aromas of apple and peach- crisp, clean finish -$8.99
Domaine Ste Michelle-Washington- 70% of blind tasters preferred Domaine Ste. Michelle to Dom Pérignon, and 85% preferred Domaine Ste. Michelle to Veuve Clicquot. Style – Not too dry or sweet. Aromas of Apple and citrus. Flavors of Citrus with a light toasty finish. Pair with – Spicy fries, artichoke or cheese dips, calamari and salty snacks -$12.00

Riondo Prosecco-Italy-Characterized by a fine, light perlage (tiny bubbles) and a fresh and aromatic perfume-perfect as an aperitif and as accompaniment to light dishes-$12.99

J’Alliance Cremant-Bordeaux, France- 100% Semillon. Pale yellow and frothy, it’s rich, deep, round and tartly dry, with a citrusy note to its refreshing acidity. Serve as an aperitif. $14.99

Dom Bertiol Prosecco-Italy-Flower and fruit aromas abound in the bouquet. On the palate, it is crisp and refreshing with its fine, yet persistent foam. Ideal as an aperitif enjoyed either on its own or accompanied by hors d’oeuvres. An excellent, less costly alternative to Champagne. $14.99

Chandon sparkling rose- California-The well-developed fruit and structure of this wine make it a perfect partner with intensely flavored dishes from Asia and Latin America as well as more traditional Mediterranean and continental fare including seafood, shellfish, duck and lamb.$18.99

Veuve Cliquot-France-Veuve Cliquot yellow label brut is a perfect example of harmony between delicacy and power. Dominated by Pinot Noir, this wine has a firm structure, rounded with a touch of Pinot Meunier. Nearly a third of Chardonnay gives it the elegance and finesse needed for a perfect balance. $45.99

Tempranillo

Veto Tempranillo-Spain-Intense, cherry red colored wine with cherry, bramble fruit and plum aromas and a smooth well balanced palate. This wine combines high fruit content with an organic complexity of coffee and caramel and a pleasant lingering finish. $9.99

Viognier

Stags Leap Viognier-California-Bold yet elegant acidity with balance and signature. Fruit and floral aromatics. - $19.99

Zinfandel

Marietta Old Vine- Sonoma, California- Robert M Parker Jr, The Wine Advocate says “unquestionably one of the finest bargains in the red wine market”- $10.99

Layer Cake Primitivo-Italy-aka Zinfandel. Balance of elegance and power, inky black fruit, spice and white pepper, jammy black cherries, plums, blackberry fruit, truffles, tar and espresso. Warm and rich in the mouth with a creamy texture; the ripe fruit is well supported by the deep structure of the wine. $14.99

Dry Creek Zinfandel-California-Aromas of raspberries, cherriesand spicy oak are followed by flavors of blueberry pie and dark chocolate. - $15.00

Striped Bass- Sonoma California-From Truchard Vineyards- 90% Zinfandel, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. Nose of dark cherries, smoke, berries and touch of licorice. Nice body with dark fruit flavors and a little cinnamon. Finish is subtle but really long-$18.99

Rubus Zinfandel-California- A very dark red. Flavors of smoke, blackberries, dried herbs and floral notes dominate this wine. Good on its own or with food. $19.99

Various Wine Facts

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At what temperature should wine be served?

You’ve probably heard that red wine should be served at room temperature and that white wine should be slightly chilled before serving. These recommendations originated at a time when “room temperature” was lower than is typical today.

  • Whites are best chilled to 45-50 degrees
  • Full bodied reds are best when slightly cooler than room temp – about 65 degrees
  • Younger fruity reds benefit from chilling- refrigerate for several hours or right before serving
  • Sparkling wines should be thoroughly chilled
  • Dessert wine is good at room temp but can be slightly chilled

BUT- there are no wine police. If you enjoy thoroughly chilled red wine or even want to put an ice cube in your wine, go ahead. It’s your wine, do as you like!!

How many calories does a glass of wine have?

For 3.5 fluid ounces, generally:

  • Merlot: 95 calories
  • Burgundy: 95 calories
  • Cabernet Sauvignon: 90 calories
  • Champagne: 96 calories
  • Chardonnay: 90 calories
  • Chianti: 100 calories
  • Red table wine: 88 calories
  • Rose: 82 calories
  • Riesling: 90 calories
  • White table wine: 84 calories

What types of glasses should I use for different varietals of wine?

There is no official rule as to which glasses to choose but using the right type of glass can greatly increase your enjoyment of wine. Clear glasses allow you to see the legs of the wine when you swirl it and the shape of the bowl of the glass affects the way the bouquet is released and presented to your nose while drinking.

Wine glasses with larger, broader bowls are best for bold red wines with big bouquets.

Narrower wine glasses help concentrate the more delicate aromas of lighter white wines and because the wine is touching a smaller surface of the glass, it stays cooler.

Champagne is best served in tall flutes which help keep the wine chilled and show off the bubbles beautifully.

Don’t fill the glass more than 1/3 to ½ full so you have room to swirl the wine and release the aromas.

For properly chilled wines, hold the glass by the stem so the heat from your hands doesn’t warm the wine.

Brandy snifters are designed to be held by the bowl so the warmth of your hand coaxes out even more of the aroma.

If you can, try to experience wine served in Riedel crystal stemware. They have over 150 different glasses designed for specific varietals of wine and both the shape and the cut of the crystal walls of the glass add to the overall pleasure of the wine.

How to host a blind wine tasting party

No, your guests don’t have to be blindfolded; only the bottles have to be bagged.

You can test on some different premises:

  • Buy 6 very different grape varietals and have your guests taste the wine and guess the variety.
  • Or buy 1 or 2 different varietals from 3 different countries and tell the guests what the typical characteristics of these varietals are when produced in the 3 countries. Have the guests match the wine to the country.
  • Or have your guests rate the wines according to least expensive to most expensive.
  • 6-12 people are the optimal group size for wine tasting since you only have to buy 1 bottle of each wine.
  • Bag the wines and use tape or rubber bands around the neck of the bottle so the bags don’t slip off. Label each bottle with a number or letter.
  • Prepare an answer sheet for your guests.
  • Provide small cubes of French bread as palate cleansers.
  • Put out a pitcher or water and a dump bucket so your guests can rinse their glass between each tasting.
  • Always start with whites, go from sweet to dry, then move to the light bodied reds and end with full bodied reds.
  • Try to avoid using paper or plastic cups. Even inexpensive wine glasses are better for bringing out the aromas and tastes of the wine.
  • Give the winner a prize- a bottle of wine or tasting guide is always appropriate.

Larger bottles of Champagne are named for Kings from the Bible

  • 1.5 L is a Magnum
  • 3 L is a Jeroboam
  • 6 L is a Methuselah
  • 9 L is a Salmanazar
  • 12 L is a Balthazar
  • 15 L is a Nebuchadnezzar

Large format bottles are often preferred by collectors. The ratio of air to wine is lower in a very large bottle and therefore, with less oxygen, the wine matures more slowly. Maturing wine in the bottle allows it to reach full potential. So, wine matured in a large format bottle is not only better but it can be drunk in older vintages long after a 750 ml bottle of the same vintage has passed its prime.

Which Wine to Pair with Which Food?

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There is no “right” choice.  High acid wines are good with cream or cheese sauces.  The sturdier or fuller in flavor the food, the more full bodied the wine.  The lighter in flavor the food, the lighter in body the wine.  The spicier the food, the sweeter the wine. Tuna, salmon and roast chicken can be paired well with red wine.  Pinot Noir is a red wine masquerading as a white, the perfect wine with fish and fowl

  • User friendly wines that will go with almost any food- Rose, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Champagne ,Chianti, Rioja, Beaujolais Villages, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Sokol Blosser Evolution
  • Which wines to add to spaghetti sauce? Chianti, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Which white wines are best for cooking? American Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, dry Chardonnay
  • Which wines to use for Sangria?- St Michaels White, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc ,Covey Run Fume Blanc, Klostor sweet red, Merlot

Which wines to drink with?

  • BBQ? - Riesling, Rose, Gewürztraminer, Klostor Sweet Red, Solomon Island Mists, Malbec, Shiraz, Zinfandel
  • Burgers & grilled meats?-Malbec, Laurel’s Red, Claret, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Shiraz, Carmenere, Merlot, Petite Syrah
  • Fried chicken- Solomon Island mists, Prosecco, big oaky Chardonnay, Riesling
  • Roasted chicken? Chardonnay, Citra Trebbiano, Shooting Star Blue Franc, Pinot Noir
  • Roast duck? Semi dry Riesling, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Ham? At Christmas Beaujolais nouveau, the rest of the year Rose, Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Tempranillo, Zinfandel, Pinot Noir
  • Hearty red meat, wild game, roast lamb, chili, beef stews? Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Shiraz, Malbec, Carmenere, Merlot, Petite Syrah
  • Pasta with light sauces? - California Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Malbec Rose
  • Pasta with rich cream sauces? - Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir
  • Pizza ,lasagna, pasta with meat sauce? Chianti, red table wine (our favorites are Marietta Old Vine and Frontier Red), Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Carmenere, Merlot
  • Picnic?-Klostor sweet red, St Michaels Island Belle Sangiovese, Solomon’s Island Mists, Champagne, Rose, Prosecco
  • Pork?-Merlot, Shooting Star Blue Franc, Claret
  • Seafood? Albarino, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Torrontes,  Pinot Noir, Klostor Dry Riesling, Malbec Rose, Domaine de Salvard Cheverny, Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc, gruner veltliner
  • Soft cheese? - Champagne
  • Spicy Asian food?-Torrontes, Chateau Ste Michelle Harvest Riesling, German Riesling, Reunite D’Oro, Solomon Island Mists
  • Summer salads? - Pinot Noir, American Sauvignon Blanc, Rose
  • Thanksgiving dinner? Gewürztraminer, Riesling, Viognier, Beaujolais Nouveau, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir, Shiraz

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