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Merchant Picks By White Wine
Bursting with flavor!
This Chardonnay has put a smile on the face of anyone who has tasted it.
At the base of the Dolomites lies the Alto Adige region, home to some of the finest Italian whites. It has been argued that this region produces the best whites in Italy. "Having recently blind-tasted the white wines of Cantina Terlano...I have no doubt that this is the case." James Suckling
Enticing fruit of yellow plum, poached pear,...
Adele Chardonnay has been our best-selling domestic Chardonnay for the past five years. This Sonoma sensation is the newly released 2015 Adele Chardonnay. If this were the Oscars, Adele would get Best Picture!From grilled prawns atop spaghetti squash drizzled with herbed butter to an arugula salad with scattered pecans and goat cheese, your Tuesday night dinner just got a whole lot better!As in vintages,...Read more »
If you like Sancerre, you'll love Lieu Dit. If you just can't get enough New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc... Lieu Dit. If you dabble in white Bordeaux, you guessed it, Lieu Dit.
With a passion for French wines, owner/winemaker Justin Willet showcases the expressive nature of the Loire Valley varieties; in this instance, Sauvignon Blanc.
Retaining the minerality and chalky texture admired out of Sancerre, Lieu Dit is surprisingly light on its feet with lime, mint, lychee and...
This is the finest village Chablis in Burgundy!
Whether winter or spring, Chablis is a chameleon. You can dress it up with a rich piece of fish, like grilled salmon, or dress it down with a salad.
There is always a Christian Moreau Chablis chilled in my refrigerator - literally all year round. If you have been following us over the years, you have seen us feature Christian Moreau's Chablis almost every vintage. That's because we've tried to find a better village Chablis...
This is a new vintage of my favorite Piedmont white. Whenever I go to an Italian restaurant, this is the first white I look for on a wine list. Even at home, I always have a few bottles chilled ready to pair with my favorite piece of fish or pesto dish.
"The brilliant Bruno Giacosa fashions the finest Arneis...this is my favorite white wine of Piedmont." Robert Parker
Arneis, a white grape from Piedmont, translates to "difficult or stubborn" and was given this name due to...