Andechser Doppelbock Dunkel (Germany), This world famous bock from Bavaria’s Holy Mountain is meant to be savored. Pleasantly effervescent, the aroma delights with soft roasted accents and dried fruit carrying a vein of caramel. Embraced in roasted cocoa and a light, bitter hoppiness.
Willm Pinot Blanc 2015 (France), Easy going, very approachable wine. Light, pale-yellow color with subtle floral and fruit notes on the tongue. Soft dryness, delicate, well rounded and smooth with medium acidity.
L’Opale de la Presqu’Ile de Saint Tropez Rosé 2015 (France), Deliciously refined nose of spring flowers. On the palate, floral notes and lemon zest. Fresh and pleasing, this rose’ pairs well with pasta and pizza, as an aperitif or enjoy simply on its own.
Vidal Fleury Cotes du Rhone 2013 (France), Vidal-Fleury is the oldest continuously operating winery in the Rhône, established in 1781. Rich black fruit and pepper aromas lead into a smooth, juicy palate with a mouth-encompassing attack of black fruits and spice. The finish is savory. Pair with red and white meats, pizza, barbecue, pasta and cheese.
Roscato Rosso (Italy), Roscato is a delicately sweet, Frizzante ruby red wine from the northern Italian region of Lombardy. With intense aromas of blackberries and ripe wild berries, this wine serves as a wonderful aperitif and is also incredibly food-friendly. Serve chilled.