Atomium 6 Grain Belgian Ale, $2.93/btl by the case (Reg. $3.25), Atomium’s Premier Grand Cru is a unique 6-grain combination that uses spelt, rye, malted barley, maize, wheat and buckwheat. Deep gold with a fluffy white head, the aroma is pleasantly citrus with oranges on top and hints of passion fruit underneath. This massively malty Belgian ale is delicious and heady, it has a clean, dry finish.
Acha Blanca 2013 (California), $9.99/bottle Closeout *no further discounts (Reg. $15.99), This golden colored wine is velvety and full of melon, apricot, and some apple with a smooth body. There is a quick hint of tropical fruit and spice that moves into a crisp, slightly mineral, finish. Pair with summer salads with grilled fish or chicken, just brie and crackers.
A K A Primitivo Rose’ 2017 (Italy), $15.29/bottle by the case (Reg. $16.99), Bright coral pink in color. A fragrant fruity bouquet expresses intense notes of red apple, fresh wild strawberries and raspberry. The palate is dry and soft, with a noticeable freshness and a distinctive finish. Pairs well with pasta and fresh vegetables or basil-tomato sauce, fish and light meats.
Gentlemen’s Collection Red Blend 2015 (California), $13.50/bottle by the case (Reg. $14.99), Bourbon barrel finished, this delightful red blend boasts hints of dark fruits dancing with a long lingering finish. This perfectly polished red blend, featuring notes of caramel, cherry, and liquorices with a dash of fortified wine for a smooth finish. Try this with your grilled steak and potatoes, or game meats.
Horton Sweet Concord 2017 (Virginia), $15.29/bottle by the case (Reg. $16.99), Affectionately nicknamed the “Adult Grape Juice.” It’s Horton’s sweetest red but does not go on the “red” wine list because it is delicious when served chilled. Highly aromatic with an abundance of grape aromas. It is busting with fresh fruity grapey flavors and a sweet crisp finish.