Le Vieux Pin Vaïla Rosé, British Columbia - 2011
"I find that they have really captured the idea of a Provence style Rosé. It's dryer, but it definitely has some good toasty fruit to it: really nice strawberry and raspberry. I think it's phenomenal. Right now for a B.C. Rosé, I would say it's the best."
Dr. Loosen Villa Wolf Riesling, Germany - 2010
"It has a little bit of residual sugar, so it definitely has that sweetness value to it -- it's a very nice patio wine. If you want something that is easy drinking, this one is fantastic."
Innocent Bystander Moscato, Australia
"This is something that is definitely trending more, and getting a lot of attention. It's a very sweet. Good if someone enjoys something very sweet, but not going into dessert wine. It's very aromatic, with very nice fruit, and very low alcohol."
Pairing: Light fruit desserts or cheese plates
"This is definitely becoming more popular, I see a lot of people moving towards it. This Prosecco is a little bit sweet. I think it's one of the better Proseccos that we carry."
Blasted Church Hatfield's Fuse
"It's really round on the palette, so this one is really well-balanced and slightly off-dry. It's not too over-bearing; I'd pair it with a light vinaigrette salad."