Mirassou Pinot Noir ($10)
There’s nothing quite like a lovely pinot noir to complete a meal. Mirassou winery, one of the oldest wineries in California and the first to introduce pinot noir to the region, has created an affordable pinot noir wine without skimping on quality. Featuring flavor that bursts with cherry, strawberry and currant, this pinot is delicate enough for lighter meals, while still having a heartiness that makes it pair well with beef or lamb.
Gnarly Head Cabernet Sauvignon ($9)
If a big cabernet is what you’re after, look no further than Gnarly Head Cabernet Sauvignon. With grapes coming from some of the best vineyards in Northern California, Gnarly Head winery prides itself on wines that are sophisticated yet very drinkable. This cab is bold, robust and flavorful, slightly jammy, with a bouquet of cherry, peppercorn, violet and a delicious spice-infused earthy finish. It serves as a beautiful accent to cheeses, lamb or robust Italian dishes.
Presto Prosecco Brut ($8)
Sometimes thought of as a “poor man’s champagne,” prosecco is an affordable alternative to pricier bottles of bubbly. Imported from Italy, Presto Prosecco Brut offers the effervescence of a much more expensive vintage, with mild notes of pear, lemon, cucumber and a sweet honey floral. Slightly dry, not overly sweet, this works as both a delicious mimosa mixer or a stand-alone addition to your favorite brunch.
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