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Red Tag Deal! Save 25% By The Case!

Need to serve a crowd? Looking for delicious & affordable wines for the holidays, fundraisers, parties, gifts or celebrations? We have selected over 170 crowd pleasing wines from around the world, perfect for special occasions or everyday enjoyment - discounted 25% by the case!

Purchase at least one full case (12+ bottles of the same Red Tag wine) in stock and receive 25% off the regular bottle price. Choose from over 170 delicious, crowd pleasing wines. Selections will change as some wines sell out & others are added, and they are displayed throughout the store with a

 

Thrifty Thursday Special: Every Thursday, all Red Tag wines in stock are discounted 25% by the case mix or match (Normally red tag wines have to be purchased in full 12 bottle cases of the same wine to get this discount).

Plus at the wine bar on Thursdays, 4oz single glass pours are discounted 25% all day. Enjoy a glass while you shop, or relax in our comfortable tasting bar. Make shopping at Seaboard a part of your Thursday routine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sparkling Wines

Bernard Remy Carte Blanche Brut NV; Allemant, Champagne, France - This lovely Champagne is 60% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay, 5% Pinot Meunier. It has notes of toasted brioche, honey, almond, and anjou pear on the nose. It has softer, creamier bubbles and a rich mouthfeel with a hint of toast on the finish. Complex yet delicate Champagne, it is quite a buy for the money. $40.99 $30.74
R. Dumont Brut Tradition NV; Champignol-Les-Mondeville, Champagne, France - This great value grower Champagne is built from a blend of 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay. Boasts a voluptuous, mouth-filling texture and aromas of Kiwi, green apple, biscuit and hazelnuts. Finishes clean and fresh with notes of citrus and green apple with fine, persistent bubbles. A pleasant surprise in a market flooded with overpriced “brand name” Champagnes. $38.99 $29.24
Charles Orban Blanc de Noirs Brut NV; Troissy, Champagne, France - This Champagne is composed of half each Meunier and Pinot Noir from vineyards in and around Troissy in the western Valley of the Marne. The Orban has a straw gold color and a generous nose of fresh baked baguette and classy black cherry fruit. The wine has a very fine mousse and supple texture and a big flavorful impression on the palate. $45.99 $34.49
Antech Cuvée Francoise Crémant de Limoux Brut NV; Limoux, France - It is composed of 90% Mauzac, 5% Chenin Blanc and 5% Chardonnay. All harvesting is done by hand, fermentation takes place in stainless steel, and the wine undergoes a 12 month elevage on the lees a la méthode traditionelle for 12 months before being disgorged. This fresh bubbly is the perfect way to start off the evening's festivities. $17.99 $13.49
Jacques Pelvas Blanc de Blancs Brut; France - Clean and fresh with fine bubbles and a full bright finish. A fun and delicious party sparkler for the price. $12.99 $9.74
Mirabello Prosecco Brut; Veneto, Italy - This prosecco is a classic bubbly hailing from Veneto, with light aromas of citrus, stone fruit, and apple skin. On the palate, the bubble is rather frothy, finishing with a refreshing level of acidity.  Delicate and lively, the finish is fresh and bright, making it the perfect aperitif to light hors d'oeuvres. $11.99 $8.99
Garuti 'Malandrino' Lambrusco di Modena Secco; Emilia-Romagna, Italy - A equal blend of Sorbara and Salamino- this is classic dry Lambrusco with an intense ruby red color and purple foam. Notes of cherry, cocoa and tea on the nose lead into a mouthful of dark fruit backed by acidity and salinity. The perfect mate for holiday dinners or give it a try with charcuterie. $13.99 $10.49
Casali 'Prata Solis' Lambrusco; Emilia-Romagna, Italy - This organic Lambrusco hails from a single vineyard in Reggio Emilia, and is the result of careful, meticulous winemaking, using a tiny dose of sulfites before bottling.
The result is a nose of wild red berries, raspberry and currant. The palate is juicy, yet dry, with herbs and tomato. Try with aged, cured salami with peppercorns.
$17.99 $13.49
Gorghi Tondi Palmarès Brut; Sicily, Italy - The sparkling is made Charmat method from 100% Grillo, from the western side of Sicily from a winery located in the middle of a nature preserve. It has tropical aromas with hints of white flower. The bubbles are soft and frothy but nicely balanced by more ripe tropical fruit and apricot. $18.99 $14.24
Enza Prosecco; Treviso, Italy - The Enza Prosecco Extra Dry drinks much drier than one would expect. The nose shows plenty of both apple and pear backed by just a touch of honeysuckle. It is fruity without being sweet, perfect for quaffing, but would also work with an array of finger foods. Hint: this is PARTY wine and exceptional value for quality Prosecco. $12.99 $9.74
Annalisa Moscato Dolce NV; Veneto, Italy - Produced from Moscato grapes grown in the Asolo hillsides in Italy. The wine shows straw yellow color with greenish accents and a fine, rich perlage. The texture is soft and delicate with pleasantly sweet, ripe flavors of apricot and peach. The low alcohol content makes it a versatile food companion and aperitif. $11.99 $8.99
Mirabello Pinot Grigio Brut Rosé; Italy - A lovely affordable option for sparkling rosé. Extended skin contact gives this sparkling wine it's light salmon color. A lively rosé fizz with delicate aromas of red berries and a palate of lush, summer fruits. Complex yet elegant, this wine is the perfect sipper on its own or with light hors d'oeuvres. $12.99 $9.74
Cornalè Lambrusco IGT; Lombardy, Italy - The province of Mantova is located in Lombardy and the only region outside of Emilia-Romagna that produces Lambrusco. If you are looking for something with a hint of residual sugar, but would complement salty snacks- Stop here! Buy me! Drink me! You'll love me! $8.99 $6.74
Dibon Cava Brut Rosé; Penedès, Spain - Strawberry fruits and a heavenly round finish make this a tremendous value, and wonderful introduction to the beauty a brut rosé can express. Great WITH appetizers or AS the appetizer. $12.99 $9.74
Dibon Cava Brut Reserva; Penedes, Spain - This classic blend of Xarel-lo, Macabeo and Parellada is fresh and lively with persistent bubbles, and it's one of the best values in Cava on the market. Very aromatic with bread dough, minerals, spice & apple notes, it shows the complexity of more expensive Cava without sacrificing quality. A great alternative when you want the weight and flavors of Champagne at a modest price.
 
$10.99 $8.24

Light and Crisp Whites
 

Carrel Jongieux 2016; Vin de Savoie, France - This 14th century estate showcases the unique personality of the area of Savoie near the Alps. The Jacquere grapes are picked late in the season for added richness, and are fermented in stainless steel on the lees for added depth and complexity. The bright acidity sings loudly, with mineral notes of lime and citrus balancing out the mouthfeel. $12.99 $9.74
Vetriccie Île de Beauté Blanc; Corsica, France - A blend of 50% Vermentino and 50% Chardonnay. It has a bright, fruity nose of lemon and candied orange peel, with pleasant acidity and a nice, mellow finish. This wine would be lovely as an aperitif for the holidays or would pair well with a cranberry and goat cheese topped salad. $10.99 $8.24
Réserve des Vignerons Saumur; Loire Valley, France - This Chenin Blanc comes from the region of Saumur in the Loire Valley of France. The rolling hills of Saumur yield fruit which crafts wonderfully balanced wines filled with peach and citrus flavors accented with a kiss of zesty minerals and ripe melons. A very versatile wine. A crowd pleasing wine that pairs well with salads, seafood or chicken dishes. $11.99 $8.99
Domaine Houchart Blanc; Côtes de Provence, France - The Quiot family has brought another gem with this blend of Clairette and Vermentino, which refreshes the palate with flavors and aromas of white peach and citrus. Hints of tropical fruit linger on the finish, which shows considerable weight and depth balanced by fresh citrus acidity. $13.99 $10.49
Fournier Sancerre "Les Belles Vignes"; Loire, France - This is Claude Fournier’s benchmark wine each vintage. A lovely, quintessential Sauvignon Blanc from the Sancerre appellation of the Loire. Boasting an intense, citrus-laced bouquet, lively mineral tones and a racy finish, it is a beautiful match with shellfish, fresh goat cheese or crab cakes. $26.99 $20.24

Fournier Sauvignon Blanc; Loire Valley, France

A blend of 100% Sauvignon Blanc from vineyards in Sancerre, Pouilly Fumé and Menetou Salon, this white shows piercing lime and mineral fruit aromas with crisp pink grapefruit and delicate herbal notes. An elegant party wine to enjoy with light hors d’oeuvres, cheeses and finger foods!

$13.99 $10.49
Laurent Miquel Chardonnay; Languedoc, France - We have been really impressed with the quality of 8th generation winemaker, Laurent Miquel's varietal line. For an everyday unoaked chardonnay, it is varietally correct showing bright orchard fruits while displaying plenty of lip-smacking acidity. Simple dishes of roasted poultry or even a cool salad of roasted vegetables dressed in a simple vinaigrette. $11.99 $8.99
Balnea Verdejo; Rueda, Spain - This lovely white comes from 25 year old vines in the high altitude town of La Seca.Pretty and floral in the nose with high-tones of lemon and lime in the mouth. Quite dry and firm in the finish with a good cut of acid.Enjoy this with spicy shrimp, fish tacos, or anything featuring a good dose of extra virgin olive oil and garlic! $12.99 $9.74
Messias 'Santola' Vinho Verde ; Minho, Portugal - This is the best selling Vinho Verde the shop has ever carried, and for good reason. It's harmonious and pure with a lively spritz. Refreshing and clean, it's great by itself or paired with shellfish, lighter pastas, paella, or sauteed trout. $8.99 $6.74
Asio Otus Bianco 2013; Italy - A blend of 80% Chardonnay and 20% Vermentino with peach and apricot aromas, hints of honeysuckle and mandarin orange. It's juice and fruity with plenty of crisp acidity for an off-dry finish. Perfect with light hors d'oeuvres. $7.99 $5.99
Santa Barbara Verdicchio 2016; Castelli di Jesi, Marches, Italy - Verdicchio's name comes from the root verde, describing both the greenish hue of the grapes and the resulting wine. Lemony and seemingly simple, it is bright and prickly due to the addition of a tiny bit of Co2 at bottling. Pleasant on its own- it takes on a new facade when paired with food. It comes alive with anything containing lemon and garlic, it begs for fish or NC shrimp. $13.99 $10.49
Forchir "Lamis" Pinot Grigio; Friuli, Italy - Gianfranco Bianchini and Enzo Deana, the owners of Forchir, make terroir-driven wines, and this Pinot Grigio shows off Friuli’s terroir quite well. The grapes used in ‘Lamis’ grow in chalky, alluvial soil, producing a crisp, lean and minerally wine. The wine is fairly full-bodied but dry, with an almond-filled finish. Try with hors d’oeuvres or fish dishes. $16.99 $12.74
Fornas Pinot Grigio 2016; Venice, Italy - A wine that offers a little more than your average Pinot Grigio. Made by the Bidoli family, it offers an exceptional price to quality ratio. It shows plenty of ripe apple and melon- mouth filling without being heavy. A great party wine to work with many foods, including hot crab dip (think creamy) or hummus (think citrus). $11.99 $8.99
Mannara Pinot Grigio / Grillo Blend; Sicily, Italy - Mannara Pinot Grigio from the island of Sicily is produced with the mix of the local Grillo variety, which makes this white richer and fuller than most Pinot Grigio. A wonderfully aromatic nose leeps from the glass with hints of tropical fruit, while the palate retains the intense fruit notes with a background of citrus acidity in this unique and enjoyable white. $9.99 $7.49
Robert Eymael Mönchhof Riesling 2016; Urzig, Mosel, Germany - Blue Devonian slate dominates this property behind the towns of Erden and Urzig. Granny smith apples and bracing acidity frame this classic Mosel Riesling with typically slate-like finesse and precision. An exceptional value and one of Wolfgang Puck’s favorites. $17.99

 

$13.49
Traviata Pinot Grigio; Primorska, Slovenia - Traviata hails from the Collio region of Slovenia. Fermented totally in stainless steel, this Pinot Grigio offers an aromatic bouquet of pear, grapefruit, cinnamon and pineapple. With a heavier mouthfeel on the mid palate, the wine retains a crisp, clean, high acid finish. An ideal pairing to grilled fish with garlic and thyme. $9.99 $7.49
Dr. Konstantin Frank Dry Riesling 2015; Finger Lakes, NY - Dr. Frank ignited the “Vinifera Revolution,” a movement that forever changed the course of winegrowing in the Finger Lakes and the United States. Passed down to the third generation of Frank's, Fredrick has made a wonderful dry. Ripe with citrusy fruit and balanced acidity, this wine will clue you in to how great New York wines can and will be. $18.99 $14.24
Goose Ridge 'Stone Cap' Riesling; Columbia Valley, WA - "Our estate Riesling opens with fresh aromas of plum and peach mingled with light fragrant notes of jasmine and orange blossom. The wine has a pleasant refreshing bright acidity characterized by juicy tangerine, white peach and lemon zest with hints of honey. The mouthfeel of citrus and ripe peach follows through to a cleansing, satisfying finish." Winemaker Notes $11.99 $8.99
Four Vines 'Naked' Unoaked Chardonnay; California - This completely unoaked (‘naked’) Chardonnay features loads of ripe, tropical fruit, minus the vanilla and toast flavors that result from barrel aging. Santa Barbara’s relatively cool climate helps to maintain acidity and structure to ensure a balanced wine, that is ideal for drinking on its own or with a wide variety of culinary creations. Lightly battered and fried Carolina shrimp tacos with avocado, cilantro and red onion would be a good fit. $12.99 9.74
Sean Minor Sauvignon Blanc; California - A classic example of domestic Sauvignon with bright citrus fruit, a round mid-palate and a clean fresh finish. Shows some nice weight and complexity; very food friendly. $13.99 $10.49
Douglass Hill Sauvignon Blanc; California - Douglass Hill's Sauvignon Blanc features fresh citrus aromas and flavors, with moderate acidity to make for an easy drinking wine. This simple and delicious wine should be drunk with lighter seafood, salads or on its own. $6.99 $5.24
Santa Alba Sauvignon Blanc; Curicó Valley, Chile - For an entry level sauvignon blanc, this stuff rocks! It shows plenty of citrus fruit both grapefruit and lemon with none of the greenness that one would expect at this price point. It's clean and simple, great on its own or it would be great with fried seafood or grilled shrimp with mango salsa. $7.99 $5.99
Santa Alba Chardonnay; Curicó Valley, Chile - This inexpensive chardonnay has some sturdy bones. It see no oak, but shows plenty of fruit, pear and baked apple with a touch of marzipan. It is balanced with acid with out being overly zesty. A great choice if your looking for wine with a little weight without being oaked. $7.99 $5.99
Sombras de Sol Sauvignon Blanc; Colchagua Valley, Chile - As long as these great values keep coming out of South America, we'll keep on bringing them to you. In this fresh Sauvignon Blanc bracing citrus aromas fraternize with notes of pineapple and fresh cut grass. The palate is dry, zesty and fresh with a mouth-watering bite of citrusy grapefruit on the finish. Ideal for everyday sipping or pair with light seafood or salads. 9.99 $7.49
Ponga Sauvignon Blanc; Marlborough, New Zealand - Made by the Scott family, this is a classically styled New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc generous with fresh aromas of orange blossom, tangerine, and pink grapefruit lead to a zippy, crisp, mouthful of melon and citrus fruit with just a touch of fresh cut grass. Cheerful indeed! $13.99 $10.49
Beyond Sauvignon Blanc; Western Cape, South Africa - This winery has a knack for developing very focused, cool-climate Sauvignon Blanc. Their "Beyond" offering shows great promise with bold citrus notes and juicy flavors covering the range from citrus to tropical. It's impeccably balanced and wonderfully pure with a restrained finish. Pair this knock-out with sauteed trout, shellfish, or spicy Asian cuisine. $11.99 $8.99
Indaba Sauvignon Blanc; Western Cape, South Africa - "A crowd pleaser, this easy drinking Sauvignon Blanc displays appealing citrus and tropical fruit aromas that lead to a fresh, invigorating palate of pineapple, lemon-lime, mango and green fig. Backed by a solid acidity, herbal undertones shine through on the mineral-tinged finish." - Winemaker notes

 

$10.99 $8.24

Alternative Whites and Blends

Montalegre Classico Branco 2016; Tras-Os-Montes, Portugal - Tras-Os-Montes is a DOC region in the NE corner of Portugal, incidentally also the driest region in Portugal. This white blend from Montalegre is both fruity and floral at the same time, with notes of gardenia, melon and citrus. The palate is juicy with pure, succinct fruit, and finishes dry and weighty, with slight notes of lemon and lime. Try with traditional Portuguese bacalhau. $14.99 $11.24
Pássaros Alvarinho/Loureiro 2016; Vinho Verde, Portugal - This is a blend of Alvarinho (also known as Albarino) and Loureiro, which characteristically adds weight and plushness. A pretty nose amplified by Chamomile, white flowers and tangerine, rolling into a mouthful of tree fruit and crisp acidity. A fantastic first course wine - imagine a salad with goat cheese and pumpkins seeds. $14.99 $11.24
Aromas das Castas; Vinho Verde, Portugal - Aromas of tangerine, orange blossom and apricot, with fruitiness matched by crisp acidity and a slight effervescence. On the palate the wine shows elegance, a round mouthfeel and thirst quenching finish. $15.99 $11.99
Quinta do Vale Branco; Dão, Portugal - This white blend is compromised of 40% malvasia Fina, 40% Bical and 20% Encruzado. Bright on the nose, it appears much weightier in the mouth. Apricot, peach meets balanced by a squirt of lemon. Another steal from Portugal! $9.99 $7.49
Visconde de Borba Branco; Alentejo, Portugal - Alentejo is known for have hot days and cool nights, a asset to maintaining the acidity in its white wines. A blend of three grapes, Antão Vaz, Roupeiro and Verdehlo which produces a bright, fresh wine with lemony undertones. It is not overly aggressive, somewhat subdued- perfect for a warm, sunny day on the patio with some fresh NC shrimp. $12.99 $9.74
Pouco-Comum Alvarinho; Minho, Portugal - A richer, riper style of Alvarhino showing even a slightly darker hue in the glass. Loaded with apricot, peach and tangerine with the faintest bit of white flower- the palate explodes into weighty tree fruit backed by touches of lemon. This seems to have the weight and acid to work with tuna, fatty tuna or even oily fish like salmon. $15.99 $11.99
Calheiros Cruz Branco; Douro, Portugal - This wine is a blend of Malvasia Fina, Gouveio & Rabigato. With aromas of citrus, tangerine and slivered almonds, on the palette, it is matched with bright acidity. The Malvasia provides a fair bit of weight on the mid palette and gives the wine an oily, heftier texture on the finish. It is a perfect match to grilled cod or sea bass. $16.99 $12.74
Leira Pondal Albariño; Rías Baixas, Spain - If Tempranillo is the king of Spanish red grapes, then Albariño is the queen of the whites; Rias Baixas, located North of the border with Portugal, is the home for these unique whites. Leira’s bottling offers a perfumed yet restrained nose. The wine shows mouth-watering acidity wrapped around a saltier, nutty palette. Its vibrancy, prickly acidity, and clean fruit make this a versatile pair to many fish dishes. $17.99 $13.49
Mi Villa Blanco; Rioja, Spain - One of our best values in Spanish whites, the Mi Villa blanco is a crisp, fresh blend of Viura, Garnacha Blanca and Macabeo from Rioja. Its refreshing palate offers hints of lime and melon fruit. A wonderful wine to enjoy with light seafood dishes, soft cheeses or simply as an aperitif. $12.99 $9.74
Gorghi Tondi Zibibbo Secco 2016; Sicily, Italy - Very pretty with notes of orange peel, tangerine and rose water. The varietal Zibibbo is also known as Muscat of Alexandria in France, highly perfumed and earning fame within dessert wines of Sicily. This is quite dry but still expressive. It would partner well with fusion cuisine or spicy shellfish dishes. $12.99 $9.74
Ippolito 'Res Dei' Greco Bianco 2016; Cirò, Calabria, Italy - Wine from this grape was called “wine of the gods” in ancient times by the people of southern Italy. You can smell the Ionian Sea breezes from the glass, with tons of minerals, guava, peach, and white flowers. One of the most interesting white wines we carry in the store. Goes great with most Italian seafood dishes –rich and light. $14.99 $11.24
Parpinello Ala Blanca Vermentino 2015; Sardinia, Italy - A gorgeous expression of Vermentino, a grape that the Italians have grown quite fond of, particularly in Sardinia. The aromatics are floral with whtie peach. Broad across the palate with plenty of acid- white meats and fatty fishes. $16.99 $12.74
Tintero Arneis; Langhe, Piedmont, Italy - Arneis in the local dialect means "little rascal". Pretty floral aromatics, ripe pear, mineral/limestone notes and a hint of almond on the finish. Fresh, lively and crisp. Pairs well with light cream sauces, soft cheeses and fish dishes. $13.99 $10.49
Sardus Pater 'Terre Fenicie' Vermentino; Sardinia, Italy - Sardinia makes a beautiful rendition of Vermentino, showing both weight and acidity, plus the typical minerality. The nose is nutty and mineral driven. It is full voluptuous fruit, pear and apple with a slighty tropical edge. Drink with any sort of seafood. $16.99 $12.74
Sant' Evasio Gavi di Gavi; Piedmont, Italy - A fantastic value for a true Gavi di Gavi. This light white wine has a delicate bouquet of citrus and peach, with just a hint of jasmine. Crisp acidity greets the palate, while the wine finishes with pineapple and apricot notes. Perfect for an evening on the porch with hors d'oeurves or light fish dishes. $17.99 $13.49
Chateau Graville-Lacoste Graves Blanc 2016; Bordeaux, France - Dubourdieu’s white Graves is made primarily from Semillon, a more ample grape that the other staple of the region, Sauvignon Blanc. The château’s gravelly soil produces an elegant, clean wine with aromas of honey and peaches accented with delicate almond notes. Rich on the palate , yet crisp and dry on the finish. Try with poached salmon. $22.99 $17.24
Domaine Paul Blanck Pinot Gris 2015; Alsace, France - Paul Blanck's Pinot Gris shows lovely aromas of peach and nectarine. The wine's natural acidity gives the slightest hint of effervesence on the palate, with accents of honeycomb and beeswax. A pop of lemony citrus on the finish is balanced with a stony minerality. Try with a chicken tandoori. $21.99 $16.49
Joseph Cattin Pinot Blanc; Alsace, France - Joseph Cattin's family has been working the vines in Alsace since 1720, with some of their current vines dating back to the 1950s. Their Pinot Blanc is refreshing with a hint of lemon, white peach and Fuji apple. It pairs perfectly with seafood, fish and other white meats. $14.99 $11.24
Saint Cosme 'Little James Basket Press;' France - This is an unusual blend of Viognier and Sauvignon Blanc from southern France. It has gorgeous nose of apricot and jasmine meets honeycomb. Sumptuous and rich in the mouth, it is brightened and balanced by acid of the Sauvignon Blanc. This would be wonderful with Asian fusion cuisine, or anything with a hint of spicy heat. $13.99 $10.49
Pikes "Hills & Valleys" Riesling; Clare Valley, Australia - Using sustainable farming techniques in the cooler climate of the Clare Valley, this Riesling offers a crisp, aromatic nose filled with peaches, apricots, green apple and bright floral notes. On the palate, the firm structure, tangy, bright acidity and touch of residual sugar make this a fantastic pairing to spicy Asian cuisine. $14.99 $11.24
The Royal Old Vines Steen (Chenin Blanc); Swartland, South Africa - This is a crisp, dry textbook Chenin Blanc for a great price. A fresh, flowery nose also includes tangerine and honeydew. It is medium-weight and utterly refreshing. Drink this on your porch any night, or have it with lightly-curried chicken and coconut-scented rice. $11.99 $8.99
Vansha White; Western Cape, South Africa - This blend of 48% Sauvignon Blanc, 32% Chenin Blanc and 20% Viognier (which is barrel fermented) is bright but also soft and round in the mouth. An upfront, tropical array of pineapple, pear and grapefruit rind with hints of lavender spice is complimented by a creamy midpalate with notes of white peach lingering on the finish. A great party/front porch wine! $12.99 $9.74
Boekenhoutskloof 'Wolf Trap White' ; South Africa - "The 2010 White is a blend of 67% Viognier, 19% Chenin Blanc and 14% Grenache Blanc. It has a simple but well defined nose of almond kernels, a touch of jasmine and orange blossom. The palate is well balanced with a very agreeable, waxy entry although the French oak is perhaps just a little too conspicuous. Composed and fresh towards the phenolic finish, this is a fine introduction to aromatic South African wine. " -eRobertParker August 2011 $11.99 $8.24
Indaba Chenin Blanc; South Africa - Chenin Blanc, also referred to as Steen in the local South African dialect, combines rich, pure fruit with elegant structure and succinct mineral tones. This particular Chenin is a juicy offering with supple orchard fruit, refreshing citrus, and delicate spice. Pair with salads or sautéed fish. $10.99 $8.24
Villa Wolf Pinot Gris; Pfalz, Germany - Crisp and refresshing with just a hint of ripe pear and white peach on the round finish. Nice spice notes and just enough acidity make this a refreshing warm weather sipper. $13.99 $10.49
Selbach Incline Riesling Qba; Mosel, Germany - "Vinified in stainless steel, with just a hint of residual sugar, this wine vividly represents all that Mosel wine should be -- Fruity with vibrant acidity, clarity, and precision; all highlighted by intense slate-driven minerality. As an introduction to what one can glean from great Mosel wine, Selbach's 'Incline' is incredible." -Importer's Notes $12.99 $9.74
Seebrich Niersteiner Spätlese Riesling; Germany - Spätlese doesn’t always indicate a sweet Riesling, and this organically-produced estate wine is much drier than anticipated. Notes of meyer lemon, lime and green apple swirl in the mouth with streaks of underlying minerality from the high proportion of red slate in the vineyard. Great balance and brisk acidity make this a great food wine. $19.99 $14.99
Tikveš Rkaciteli; Macedonia - Macedonia is a mountainous, landlocked country in southeast Europe with a long history of wine production. Rkaciteli, also known as Rkastelli dates back to 3000 BC. A complex nose of orange blossom, jasmine, white peach and apples.leads into a palate of pineapple, fennel, papaya, marzipan and apricot. With wonderfully zingy acidity, it would be an ideal pair for any sort of Asian cuisine. $13.99 $10.49
Evolúció Furmint Tokaj; Hungary - We normally think of Tokay Furmint as the base of the famous sweet wines of Hungary. This is fermented completely dry leaving lovely notes of apricot, green apple and touch of citrus. It shows wonderful minerality and succinct acidity. This would do well the light salads with seafood or roasted chicken. $13.99 $10.49
Steininger Grünschnabel Grüner Veltliner; Kamptal, Austria - We liked this wine so much we bought the entire U.S. allocation, so the only other place you can find it is in Langenlois, Austria. Very spicy, floral aromas with white peppery spice, juicy lime/citrus fruit and a firm prickly finish. This is a classic style Grüner that will complement fleshy grilled fish, briny shellfish, fried chicken and of course, schnitzel! It's so good, I named my dog after it! $14.99 $11.24
Trivento Reserve Torrontes; Mendoza, Argentina - This is a classic representaion of Torrontes, Argentina's famous white wine grape. It shows perfumed white flower, both gardenia and jasmine on the nose but is deceivingly drier on the palate than the nose indicates. It is crisp and citrusy on the finish making it an ideal pair with spicier fusion cuisines, even garlic laden dishes. $13.99 $10.49

Montpellier Viognier; California

For a varietal that can be tricky, this wine is beautifully balanced with penetrating honeysuckle/floral aromas lush tropical fruit and a soft round finish. Try it with mild creamy cheeses and fresh salads.

 

$8.99 $6.74

Rich and Elegant Whites

Renaud Pouilly Fuisse 'Vieilles Vignes' 2016; Burgundy, France - Renaud’s ‘Vielles Vignes’ bottling comes 45+ year old vines in the Maconnais subregion of Burgundy. Aged partly in oak, the classic stone fruit aromas of Chardonnay are clean and expressive, and are kissed gently by nuances of roasted hazelnut. This fantastic wine is bright, round and full of character, and speaks to why Pouilly-Fuissé is so popular. $24.99 $18.24
Vins Auvigue Saint-Véran 2014; Burgundy, France - This Chardonnay hails from Saint-Veran, one of the newer appellations in Burgundy. The Auvigue family has been making wine in Burgundy for generations, and sources their fruit from top growers in the Saint-Véran region. This wine is succinct, with a chalky, mineral nose and hints of pear. The palate is rounder, yet has lemony acidity on the finish. Perfect for a chicken and white bean soup. $17.99 $13.49
Chateau de Pizay Beaujolais Blanc, Burgundy, France - Beaujolais may be better known for fruity Gamay-based reds, but whites from the area offer one of the cleanest expression of Chardonnay around. This gem from Chateau de Pizay shows a clean, plump nose of apple and pear and plenty of citrus flavors. Zesty acidity makes the crisp finish even more impressionable. Delicious with mild cheeses, quiche, roasted chicken and sautéed fish dishes. $14.99 $11.24
Terre Brûlée Chenin Blanc; Swartland, South Africa - This wine gets its name from the French translation of "Swartland.” And just like the name, the wine itself is a wonderfully French-style expression of South African terrior. Intense floral aromas accompanied with tropical mango and fresh-baked pie and a rich round palate. $17.99 $13.49
DMZ Chardonnay; Stellenbosch, South Africa - This medium-bodied Chardonnay revives your mouth with almond and vanilla on the nose and a crisp palate. Tropical fruits skip across the tongue while a light oak treatment lends the wine character. While this wine would be fantastic accompanying lemony chicken for dinner tonight, it will also evolve wonderfully over the next few years. $16.99 $12.74
Pedra Cancela Branco; Portugal - This is blend of Cercial and Encruzado from the Dão region of Portugal. Medium to full bodied white with a tropical nose with underlying notes of peach and melon. It is rich and slightly reminiscent of white wine from the southern Rhone in France. Pork loin with roasted root vegetables would be a wonderful compliment. $12.99 $9.74
Santa Alba Reserve Chardonnay; Maule Valley, Chile - A real steal for those looking for the "classic" Chardonnay profile. It has a ripe tropical nose that carries plenty of fruit onto the palate, rolled into a round mouth feel with buttery and oaked notes. Very drinkable with or without food. Try with bbq chicken, sweet peas and rice pilaf. $11.99 $8.99
St. Kilda Chardonnay; Australia - Talk about bang for the buck! The 2009 Chardonnay from St. Kilda offers a roller coaster ride of fresh melon, ripe peach, and lemony citrus flavors. A great example of a no-nonsense wine, this easy-drinking white is delicious on a warm summer day, but pairs well with creamy pasta dishes and roasted chicken. $9.99 $7.49
L'Oliveto Chardonnay 2015; Russian River Valley, CA - Sourced primarily from Bazzano Vineyards in the Russian River Valley, along with one of the valley's oldest vineyards just off Olivet Road. 100% barrel fermented in new and neutral oak with extended lees stirring, it offers up rich complexity and balance with surprising elegance for the price. $19.99 $14.99
Willowbrook Chardonnay 2014; Carneros, CA - Toasted oak, creamy butterscotch, apple fritters, and even some subtle tropical fruits and long lingering finish. A blend from different top growers across the varied microclimates of the region to create a comprehensive expression of Carneros. And at a great value! Drinks just like their big name competitors that cost double the price. $17.99 $13.49
Broadside 'Wild Ferment' Chardonnay 2015; Central Coast, CA - A refreshing take on California Chardonnay! Native yeast fermentation and aged on the lees, it shows a highly aromatic, perfumed side of Central Coast Chard. It sees a natural malolactic fermentation- just slightly round in the mouth. It's like a beautiful girl, no make up but a touch of lip gloss. Just pretty, unoaked and simply refreshing. $17.99 $13.49
Landmark Vineyards Overlook Chardonnay; Sonoma County, CA - The Overlook Chardonnay has been fermented with native yeast and aged 10 month in French oak. It has a golden hue with complex aromas of toast, honeydew and citrus. It is texturally rich from lees stirring. It would pair well with whole roasted chicken rubbed with rosemary and lemon zest or butternut squash ravioli. $21.99 $16.49
Grayson Cellars Chardonnay; California - The 2015 Grayson Chardonnay is classic California Chardonnay without being too overdone. It shows a nose of vanilla, apple, and toasty biscuit. It shows balanced acidity, with a medium bodied palette, showing hints of crème brulée. Try this Chardonnay with veggie couscous and swordfish $12.99 $9.74
Carson Scott Chardonnay; California - Carson Scott's Chardonnay boasts a rich nose of toasted oak, butterscotch, vanilla with a hint of buttery popcorn. It is a full bodied wine, soft and smooth, with tropical fruit on the palette. There is enough acid on the finish to ensure that it is dry. This wine would be a fantastic pairing to herb roasted chicken. $11.99 $8.99
Joseph Carr 'Josh' Chardonnay; California - Ripe Citrus summer fruit, peach, pear, aligned with a touch of vanilla and smoke, partially barrel fermented. This classic North Coast Vineyards Chardonnay offers inviting stone fruit aromas, accented by notes of tropical fruit. This is a winner for anyone looking a buttery, oaky chardonnay. $13.99 $10.49

Douglass Hill Chardonnay; California - Fresh and lively with ripe orchard fruit flavors accented by tropical notes and a hint of creaminess on the palate, this great value is nicely offset by a touch of minerality on the crisp finish, a characteristic usually reserved for more expensive wines.

$6.99 $5.24

Montpellier Chardonnay; California - Here's an excellent wine perfect for parties, barbecues and everyday enjoyment. Lush and full with nice tropical notes, a hint of oak and a clean finish. A solid value from California!

$8.99 $6.74

Dry Rosés

DMZ Cabernet Rose 2016; Stellenbosch, South Africa - DMZ is De Morgenzon’s value label, where the objective is to produce classic, elegant, well-balanced wines which over-deliver in terms of quality for price. This crowd-pleasing rosé displays alluring aromas and juicy flavors of pomegranate, watermelon and strawberries, accented with delicate floral and spice hints. $10.99 $8.24
Mittelbach T-Rosé 2016; Lower Austria - Consistently one of our best selling wines in the store. This vintage shows brilliant pink color with fresh cherry, lavender and rose petal aromas. Dry yet juicy crushed red berry fruit on the palate balanced with fresh acidity and just a peek of spice on the crisp lively finish. This is summertime in a glass. Great with picnic foods, salads, mild cheeses or fish dishes. $14.99 $11.24
Ippolito 'Mabilla' Cirò Rosé 2016; Calabria, Italy - This rosé from the famed Ippolito house in Calabria is absolutely delicious. The Gaglioppo grape, indigenous to Calabria, offers a bouquet of cranberry, black cherry and red fruit, with hints of rose and mineral. The wine has a rich texture with velvety tannins and juicy acidity on the finish. Perfect for Thanksgiving! $12.99 $9.74
Chateau Beaubois 'Cuvée Expression' Rosé 2016; Costières de Nîmes, France - A blend of 60% Syrah, 30% Grenache and 10% Cinsault which shows red apples, anise, and raspberries on the nose and a generous amount of ripe red fruit. Incredibly thirst quenching with a soft palate but lip smacking dry spice on the finish. Drink with or without food, straight through the fall! $14.99 $11.24
Guilhem Moulin de Gassac Rosé 2016; Pays d'Hérault, France - Guilhem’s Rosé is equal parts Carignan and Syrah. In classic French style, it shows wild strawberries with white pepper with enough juicy plum to make this your new best friend for the first inklings of Spring! $12.99 $9.74

Light and Fresh Reds

Charleux Bourgogne Rouge 2015; Burgundy, France - Sourced from just outside of the famous Satenay appellation this wine is as beautiful as it is flawless. A very natural, old-fashioned small winery brought in by an importer who will only work with such rare outstanding producers. Tart cherries and strawberries, translucent color, no new oak. A light package jammed with complexity. Very classically-styled. $24.99 $18.74
Chanson Le Bourgogne Pinot Noir; Burgundy, France - The grapes for this Pinot are sourced exclusively from plots in Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune. The wine has a bright ruby color, with aromas of ripe cherries and sweet spice. It opens up beautifully, with slightly crunchier tannins and pleasant, balanced acidity. This wine would be lovely with braised chicken thighs. $22.99 $17.24
Evolúció Blaufränkisch; Weinland, Austria - Blaufrankisch is a grape varietal which normally produces wines that are full, spicy and rich in tannin. While the nose of this wine shows elements of sweet spice, purple flower and meaty tomato, the palate is fairly light, with balanced acidity and hints of tannic grip. Awesome pairing idea: tomato based meaty sauce ragu over cous cous and squash. $12.99 $9.74
Casa Ferreirinha 'Esteva'; Douro, Portugal - This new Portuguese red blend offers a totally modern take on red blends from the Douro. It shows a nose of baked fig, cherry with hints of cedar. It is balanced and clean, showing just a touch of grippy tannins on the finish. At a 13% ABV, this wine is elegant and refined and can easily be enjoyed with traditional seafood and chorizo Paella. $10.99 $8.24
Quinta do Vale Tinto; Dão, Portugal - This is a new staff favorite and the lightest red in our Portuguese section. A blend of Tinta Roriz, Alfrocheiro and Jaen- the latter also known as Mencia is a lighter style red grape. The nose is bright and fresh while the palate is plummy and round and ever so light in the mouth. IF you are looking for Beaujolais-esque red- this is it and so affordable! $9.99 $7.49
Elegido Merlot/Tempranillo 1 Liter; Tarragona, Spain - So, this is one of our new favorite "cheap and cheerful" picks. Its aromas are fruity and simple, but on the palate it shows plenty of fruity with a wonderfully peppery finish. Medium bodied, it is a great value as it is a liter, 1/3 more than a regular bottle of wine. Perfect for everyday fare, roasted chicken or a real spanish tortilla (omelette with fried potatoes). $10.99 $8.24
Viña Herminia Tempranillo; Rioja, Spain - This is the entry level from Vina Herminia, who are located in Rioja Baja. Made from 100% Tempranillo, it spends three months in oak. It definitely shows the fresh side of Tempranillo, fresh red and black berry fruits with the slightest bit of earthiness we expect from Tempranillo. This is a great "Tuesday" night wine- it won't break the bank but tastes fantastic! $10.99 $8.24
Monte Oton Garnacha; Campo de Borja, Spain - Monte Oton's Garnacha is the latest in tasty offerings from the Campo de Borja region, imported by Jorge Ordonez. It features juicy red fruit flavors, soft tannins and mild acidity. This is a great little everyday value, and is a nice match with barbecue and other favorites off the grill. $8.99 $6.74
Raína Rosso della Gobba 2015; Umbria, Italy - The Rosso della Gobba (Red of the Hunchback) is a blend of Sangiovese and Sagrantino from the biodynamic house of Raina. Aged for 18 months in stainless steel, the wine shows a full bodied character while still remaining light on the palate. Lots of warm blue fruits and spice- try with grilled herbed pork loin. $14.99 $11.24
Le Calcinaie 'Ingredienti: Uva" 2016; Tuscany, Italy - This wine is so natural that even in the ideal environment in Tuscany it's still impossible to produce every year. The label says it all : nothing but grapes. No added sulfites, yeasts, or anything else. That said, this wine is fresh, classic and approachable with red berry fruits, cherries, bit of leather. No need for ageing. Great with tomato sauces. $24.99 $18.74
Sant' Evasio Grignolino d'Asti 2016; Piedmont, Italy - A very approachable light bodied wine with a delicate floral, lavendar nose, ripe red berries and a fresh lively finish. Slightly grippy tannins make it a good pairing with roasted birds. $13.99 $10.49
Gorghi Tondi Nero d'Avola; Sicily, Italy - Tenuta Gorghi Tondi gives us a refreshing version of Nero d' Avola with a nose of bright berry fruit- blue fruits moving towards dark purple- like blueberries become blackberries in one swallow. It's a tad lower in alcohol at 12%, and the acid is not overwhelming. This could be our new favorite red for spicy foods. $12.99 $9.74
Franco Serra Barbera d' Alba; Piedmont, Italy - Barbera d' Alba of this quality for this price is unheard of. As the prices fetched for wines from this increasingly fashionable region continue to climb, the Sperone family proudly focuses on value. Hints of earth and plum backed by plenty of acid make this a fun pair with fatty games meats like duck- especially with a touch of hoisin. $13.99 $10.49
La MaiaLina Chianti DOCG; Tuscany, Italy - Maialina's Chianti is both sensual and serious, with generous fruit and playful floral aromatics. Dark red berries intertwine with a thread of minerality that add the final notes of complexity on the impressive finish. $11.99 $8.99
Mannara Primitivo; Puglia, Italy - Meet Primitivo, the alter-ego of the well known Zinfindel grape. This expression of the pride of Puglia shows a floral quality that meets jammy ripe plums. Rumored to be the wine chaliced and served at the "Last Supper" enjoy by a campfire with grilled game and spring mushrooms and onions. $9.99 $7.49
Zorzal 'Terroir único Pinot Noir 2016; Mendoza, Argentina - The Michelini brothers exemplify the chalky terroir of their 20-year-old espalier vineyard. Aromas of bright red fruit and cranberry greet the nose, while the color shows a lovely shade of violet. The wine is light and juicy, with just a hint of chalky minerality and soft tannins on the finish. Perfect for lightly grilled eggplant with sauteed mushrooms. $17.99 $13.49
Santa Alba Pinot Noir; Curicó Valley, Chile - Looking for light red that is totally drinkable for parties and the like? This Pinot Noir has bright fresh cherry fruit with a touch of gravelly earth. It had soft tannins and a pleasant clean finish. Great for picnics in the warmer weather, throw it in the cooler with a slight chill. $7.99 $5.99
Santa Alba Merlot; Curicó Valley, Chile - This merlot has a pretty plum color. Soft and round loaded with dark fruits, blueberry, plum and blackberry, with the tiniest touch of earth. Soft and approachable, this is a great "Tuesday" night wine that will keep your budget in line and your palate happy. $7.99 $5.99
Montinore Estate Pinot Noir 2015; Willamette Valley, Oregon - This Pinot Noir is the reason we love Oregon wines. 100% Organic Estate Grown fruit and native yeast fermentation make for a delicate, finessed Pinot, with aromas of sour cherry, blackberry and violets. The palate has bright acidity, yet finishes with a savory, slightly smoky finish. This is the perfect pairing to pork tenderloins and a wild rice, kale salad. $21.99 $16.49
Aquinas Pinot Noir; Napa & Sonoma, CA - The Aquinas Pinot Noir shows a perfumed yet earthy nose of cherry, raspberry and vanilla bean, with a hint of orange peel. With a smoother mouthfeel and elegant tannins, this wine does have pleasant acidity on the finish. This wine reminds us of crème brulée with a raspberry swirl, yet has enough acid and tannin to not be cloyingly sweet. Try this with cherry glazed pork. $13.99 $10.49
10 Span Pinot Noir; Santa Barbara, CA - It is nice to see Pinot Noir return to its former elegance of the pre "Sideways" days. Lighter in body, it has aromas of red berries and fresh flowers with a touch of Asian spice. It has tart black cherry flavors that are juicy and bright but roll into a dry finish with mellow tannins. A great pair with salmon or lighter game birds. $16.99 $12.74
Michael Pozzan Russian River Pinot Noir; California - The Pozzans select the fruit for their Pinot Noir from premium growing areas within the cooler climate of the Russian River Valley. Ripe black cherry and plums merge with a subtle earthiness on the palate. A cinnamon spice-filled finish makes this a perfect match with five-spice pork. $21.99 $16.49

Montpellier Pinot Noir; California - A crowd friendly Pinot Noir that’s light on the wallet but big on taste, this wine delivers a fruit forward style which makes it a great wine on its own or for parties. It also lends itself well to light appetizers, grilled salmon, or pork tenderloin.

$8.99 $6.74
Yalumba Old Bush Vine Grenache 2014; Barossa Valley, Australia - This wine wow'ed us, and we are not easily wow'ed. This Bush Vine Grenache reminds us of a light Beaujolais, with hints of ripe raspberry and gravel. The palate is soft and delicate, with dusty tannins and higher acidity. It has a puckery, bright finish with lingering, concentrated fruit. This is an earthy, balanced light wine, perfect for swordfish or roasted duck. $19.99 $14.99
Ponga Pinot Noir 2014; Marlborough, New Zealand - Ponga's Pinot Noir is light, fresh and the ultimate summer porch sipper. Aromas of bright red cherry and strawberry pop from the glass, while the palate is light, fresh, with bright acidity and slight tannins. Flavors of cherry and eucalyptus make this wine delightful. Pop the wine in the fridge 20 minutes before serving to give it a slight chill. $12.99 $9.74

Rich and Velvety Reds

Montalegre Classico Tinto 2015; Trás-Os-Montes, Portugal - This wine hails from Tras-Os-Montes, a DOC region in the NE region of Portugal. The blend of native Portuguese varietals shows baked fruit aromas, with hints of cinnamon and sweet spice. With notes of black cherry on the palate, this wine is rich and voluptuous, with notes of tobacco on the finish. Try with braised lamb or glazed short ribs. $14.99 $11.24
Veedha Douro Tinto; Duoro, Portugal - Classic varietals of Douro, Tinta Roriz, which provides some nice red fruit and tannins; Touriga Franca, which adds sexy floral notes and a velvety texture; and finally, Touriga Nacional, which contributes to its rich color. This makes for a wine with finesse, elegance and loads of chocolate balanced with floral notes on top of wood and berries. $14.99 $11.24
Paulo Laureano 'Classico' Tinto; Alentejo, Portugal - Paulo Laureano's entry level wine is a blend of Trincadeira, Aragonez and Alfrocheiro from the hot plains of Aletejo. Intense in color, the nose shows plum confit, blackberries, black olive and spice. It is soft on the palate with silky tannins and a lenghty finish. Try with spice rubbed grilled chicken or marinated veggie kabobs. $12.99 $9.74
Chateau Moulinat Rouge 2015; Bordeaux, France - Chateau Moulinat is situated at one of the higher points in the Medoc region, and has been bottling and exporting their wine for over 30 years. This Bordeaux is a blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc. It is a bolder style of Bordeaux, with a dark ruby color, loads of black fruit and firm tannins. $14.99 $11.24
Vetriccie Île de Beauté Rouge; Corsica, France - This Corsican red is a blend of Nielluccio (thought to be a clone of Sangiovese), Sciaccarellu (indigenous to Corsica), Merlot and Syrah. It has a deeply aromatic nose, filled with black plums, cocoa and blackberries. A silkily textured palate melds with dusty tannins and balanced acidity. This wine would be an excellent pairing to a meaty bean stew. $10.99 $8.24
Domaine Mouréou Madiran; Madiran, France - This exemplary blend of Tannat and Cabernet Franc traces its origins in the southwest region of France near the Pyrenées, a stone's throw from northern Spain. Deep in color, this blend shows beautiful red fruit and soft, elegant tannins. This wine is big and bold without being over the top. Easily approachable, a hearty cassoulet or duck confit would make this wine sing. $15.99 $11.99
Chateau Roustan Rouge; Costieres de Nimes, France - A blend of Syrah, Mourvèdre and Grenache from an appellation that falls between Rhône and Languedoc, but now officially considered part of the Rhone. Black fruit, black cherry are the bulk of this wine that has good structured tannins for a very fair price. Pleasantly dry, this would be an ideal pair with mushrooms in olive oil and garlic. $11.99 $8.99
Domaine Houchart Rouge; Côtes de Provence, France - Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan, Grenache, Syrah. The nose is loaded with red fruits, cherries & berries backed by a hint of pepper. It follows through with a healthy amount of bright red fresh fruit—tannins are soft. This would be even better with a slight chill. Thinking BBQ here... $13.99 $10.49
La Grange de Piaugier Cotes-du-Rhone 2015; Rhone Valley, France - This crowd-pleasing, medium-bodied Grenache/syrah/cinsault/carignan blend represents all of the mixed berries and white pepper spice one expects from a classic Southern Rhone red wine, and at an incredible value. Bring it to the next BBQ you attend; pairs wonderfully with good friends and grilled anything. $13.99 $10.49
Chantepierre Cotes -du-Rhone; Rhone Valley, France - A beautiful dark ruby color. The aromas open up with notes of fresh red fruits and spices. Pleasant to taste, this wine has a round and fruity feel before revealing its fine and silky tannins. This well-balanced wine with long-lasting aromas will be appreciated by knowledgeable wine lovers and will seduce novices as well. $11.99 $8.99
Courtois Cotes du Rhone; Rhone Valley, France - An excellent value for Rhone! With a blend of 85% Grenache and 15% Syrah, this wine shows the full black fruit, black currant and earthy notes without seeing any oak. Barreled in stainless steel, this wine is full bodied with soft, velvety tannins. Showing a bit of earth and clove on the palette, the fruit still shines and makes for a very pleasant finish. $12.99 $9.74
Trignon Cotes-du-Rhone; Rhone Valley, France - The estate of Château du Trignon is located in the heart of the renowned southern Rhône village of Gigondas. Their Côtes du Rhône blend uses a larger percentage of Mourvedre than many others', which gives the wine a satisfying richness and touch of rusticity. Enjoy with roasted pork loin, spicy grilled sausages or braised lamb shanks. $13.99 $10.49
Laurent Miquel Syrah/Grenache; Languedoc, France - “Typical Southern French blend with dominant spicy Syrah and juicy full Grenache. This wine offers a ripe nose of red fruit, with delicious mocha, herbs, and spices. The palate is mellow with intense berry flavor and characteristic rosemary, thyme, and floral notes.” -Importer’s Notes $11.99 $8.99
La Rame Rouge; Bordeaux, France - Blended from equal parts Cabernet and Merlot, Chateau La Rame crafts its wines in a more traditional manner. Dark ripe fruit, firm tannins and judicious oak make this an affordable pairing with grilled steak, prime rib and full flavored cheeses. $18.99 $14.24
Morisfarms Mandriolo Rosso 2016; Maremma, Tuscany, Italy - This family has been making wine in Tuscany for generations, but their Mediterranean-spanning mixed ancestry really comes out in this 80/20 blend of Sangiovese and Petit Verdot. Perfumey cherry bubble gum on the nose joins dark berries, eucalyptus, and grippy tannins on the palate. This is great for strong cheeses, richer salami, or chicken parmesan. $12.99 $9.74
Castaldi Francesca 'Valceresole' Uva Rara 2016; Piedmont, Italy - Uva Rara is the local Piedmontese name for Bonarda from a small DOC, Colline Novaresi in Northen Piedmont. It is a lighter expression of Bonarda, with loads of red fruit, a touch of tomato. The palate reveals sweet cranberry with lip smacking acidity. This would be delicious with pan seared salmon. $18.99 $14.24
Casabianca 'Sussingo' Rosso 2015; Tuscany, Italy - This red blend from Italy is a Super Tuscan without having the price tag of a Super Tuscan. It is a 50/50 blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese, showing bright red cherry and wild berry fruit with a hint of savoury meatiness. There is just a touch of fine, integrated tannins, yet plenty of acidity to make it the perfect pairing for charcuterie. $10.99 $8.24
L'Armangia Monferrato Rosso 2013; Piedmont, Italy - This blend of Nebbiolo, Barbera and Syrah shows the grippy side of Nebbiolo, much more masculine than feminine. A nose of soft red currant leads into palate of dark cherry and tobacco. The wine is fairly complex with notes of red licorice on the finish, and sturdy with young tannins and acid. Try with grilled Portabello mushrooms, or roasted duck. $12.99 $9.74
Teatro Latino Primitivo; Puglia, Italy - Primitivo and Zinfandel are closely related, though the Italian varietal tends to be more rustic than its American cousin. Loads of very ripe blackberry, plump in the mouth with soft tannins. This would be ideal with burgers off the grill- maybe with spicy aioli. $13.99 $10.49
San Lorenzo Montepulciano; Abruzzo, Italy - Rich and concentrated, this Montepuliciano sees one year in barrel. Hints of licorice and dark berry fruit lead into a full bodied wine with structured tannins. It is pure fruit, dense and compact. Try with grilled meat, perhaps with a slight touch of rosemary. $15.99 $11.99
Sirio Montepulciano; Abruzzo, Italy - This is Tuesday night wine—absolutely pleasant, perfectly drinkable and also affordable. It is a fresh styled Montepulciano with plenty of accessible black cherry and blackberry that lead into a mouth of dark, juicy fruit. It is meaty, rich but not too heavy. A perfect mate to simple Italian dishes with herbs, roasted garlic and olive oil. $10.99 $8.24
Farnese "Fantini" Montepulciano d'Abruzzo - Farnese's wines offer exceptional quality for the money. The wines are clean, well-made and delicious. This vibrant red is packed with spiced dark cherry, and it offers excellent length and terrific balance. It is arguably the best Montepulciano for the money we have had in some time. Pair it with grilled pork, spicy sausages and hearty pastas.
 
$11.99 $8.99
Viña Coterro Tempranillo Crianza 2014 - Rioja, Spain - This wine from Vina Coterro is a crianza from Rioja, essentially meaning it sees 18 months ageing in French and American oak. It has an incredibly intense nose of dark fruit, with hints of olive and spice. The wine is quite meaty, with subtle notes of vanilla and plenty of acid on the finish. Perfect for a classic paella dish. $18.99 $14.24
Vega Piedra Rioja Cosecha; Rioja, Spain - 100% Tempranillo with soft, approachable red fruit and hints of baking spice, this Rioja is a fantastic value for the price. It is a medium bodied wine with soft, velvety tannins and a smooth finish. Great party wine, easy on it's own or paired with grilled foods. $10.99 $8.24
Lan Rioja Crianza; Rioja, Spain - "Herbal and smoke notes frame tart black cherry fruit and licorice flavors in this lively red. Crisp acidity leads the light, grippy tannins, giving way to the briary finish. This is a good food wine. Drink now through 2018." Wine Spectator $14.99 $11.24
Legado Muñoz Garnacha; Tierra de Castilla, Spain - Legado Muñoz is a third generation family business located in Central Spain. This garnacha has intense aromasof both strawberry and raspberry, with a hint of spice. Meaty on the palate, well fused with fruit and oak finishing with refined tannins. A much more serious wine than the price tag conveys. $10.99 25% off by the case
Tozara Tempranillo; La Tierra de Castilla, Spain - One of our best deals in Spanish wine. 100% Tempranillo aged just 2 months in French and American oak. Beautiful Bordeaux-like aromas with multilayered flavors of red currants, pomegranate, and a touch of mineral earth. Mouthfilling yet restrained, this drinks like a wine twice the price. Enjoy with your favorite comfort foods like meatloaf, kabobs, stews and roasted vegetables. $9.99 $7.49
Filón Garnacha; Calatayud, Spain - It’s hard to beat Spain when it comes to wine prices, and the area of Calatayud produces some of the best Garnacha in the country. This is young and bursting with layers of red and black raspberry and cherry notes. Hints of licorice and bacon fat float on the surface, and the wine shows fully ripe tannins making it dangerously drinkable. $10.99 $8.24
Honoro Vera Garnacha; Calatayud, Spain - Don’t let the price tag fool you, this wine is anything but “cheap.” Sourced from the estates oldest vines (between 60-80 years), this Garnacha explodes out of the glass with spicy dark fruit notes. The wine is fermented entirely in stainless steel, which allows the velvety plum and black cherry notes to sing loudly, while the light tannins and hints of spice add balance to this rocking red. $9.99 $7.49
Casa Américo Vinho Tinto 2013; Dão, Portugal - Casa Americo is a blend of Tinta Roriz (aka Tempranillo), Touriga Nacional, a grape indigenous to Portugal, and Jaen (aka Mencia). The wine shows dark plummy fruit on the nose, with hints of earth and dark black fruit. On the palate, it is full bodied with fine, silky tannins finishing with a slight umami backbone. Perfect pairing : steak with mushroom sauce. $11.99 $8.99
Visconde de Borba Vinho Tinto 2015; Alentejo, Portugal - Another stunning value from Portugal, this well structured blend is Aragonez (aka Tempranillo), Trincadeira and Alicante Bouschet. Black cherry and raspberry notes, untouched by any oak, evolve into a richly textured, yet smooth wine. This would be delicious with a chorizo and bean soup, loaded with thyme and bay leaves. $12.99 $9.74
Revolution Malbec; Mendoza, Argentina - There seems to be a glut of wine coming out of Argentina these days and the variety of styles of Malbec is like watching 50 years of fashion. The Revolution Malbec shows the style we've been missing, fruit driven with nicely structured tannins. It is about pure expression of fruit with no underripe or vegetal undertones. A pleasant, satisfying food friendly red. $12.99 $9.74
El Libre Cabernet; Mendoza, Argentina - The dry, hot climate of Mendoza provides the perfect area for fully ripening Cabernet Sauvignons. This one from El Libre has a nose loaded with blackberries, raspberries with a hint of toasted vanilla. It is balanced, with a velvety texture and slightly grippy tannins. This is a fantastic party wine, easy to pair with a steak or charcuterie & cheese plate. $11.99 $8.99
Black Cabra Malbec; Mendoza, Argentina - Black Cabra comes from sustainably sourced vineyards near the Andes Mountains. This is a true expression of Malbec, with loads of black and blue fruit, matched with pleasant acidity, roasted coffee spice and hints of white pepper. This wine was made for pepper rubbed sirloin and herb yucca. $13.99 $10.49
2 Copas Red Blend; Mendoza, Argentina - This blend of 80% Tempranillo and 20% Malbec blends the signature red grapes of Rioja and Mendoza to create an easy-drinking red. A somewhat floral nose belies a firm backbone of red fruits balanced by earthier notes, ending in a pleasingly tart finish. A great pair for a mid-week take out pizza. $10.99 $8.24
Zolo Signature Red; Mendoza, Argentina - The Signature Red from Zolo is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonarda, Merlot and Malec which are estate grown and sustainably farmed. The nose shows candied black cherry with a touch of spice. It's a round, luscious wine that fills your mouth. Try with slow roasted pork and a side of grilled cabbage. $13.99 $10.49
Santa Alba Carménère Reserve; Curicó Valley, Chile - Chilean Carmenere has become a favorite for the American palate, partially because it delivers a lot of gusto for the money. This wine shows plenty of dark fruit, blue/blackberry with spice, coffee bean and a touch of earth. Well structured, this would be fantastic with coffee rubbed pork slow roasted. $11.99 $8.99
Sombras del Sol Carmenere, Chile - Carménère is a varietal brought over from France that has since become one of South America’s most celebrated grapes. Boasting the rich and succulent dark fruit aromas and flavors of Cabernet yet accented with beautiful herbal and spice notes and a supple finish. A great ‘bistro-styled’ wine. $9.99 $7.49
Yalumba 'Old Bush Vine' Grenache 2014; Barossa Valley, Australia - This wine wow'ed us, and we are not easily wow'ed. This Bush Vine Grenache reminds us of a light Beaujolais, with hints of ripe raspberry and gravel. The palate is soft and delicate, with dusty tannins and higher acidity. It has a puckery, bright finish with lingering, concentrated fruit. This is an earthy, balanced light wine, perfect for swordfish or roasted duck. $19.99 $14.99
DMZ Syrah; Stellenbosch, South Africa - “Rich berry fruit nose with lots of ripe red plum. Some floral herbaceous notes in the background, including violets, lavender, and spring blossoms. Rich and full in the mouth with tremendous youthful vigor. Layers of berry fruit with pepper spice, cinnamon, clove, and vanilla.” -Winemaker’s Notes $16.99 $12.74
Vansha Red; Paarl, South Africa - The second label for Ridgeback is Vansha. This is a grippy little red made from 35% Shiraz, 33% Cabernet Sauvignon, 26% Merlot and 6% Petit Verdot. On the palate, it shows a touch of smokiness with mulberry and dark cherries as the fruit. It definitely shows Cabernet characteristics. A pretty serious wine for a not so serious price! $12.99 $9.74
Indaba Merlot 2015; Western Cape, South Africa - This Merlot from Indaba is full of plummy fruit, with hints of mocha and fig. It is pretty textbook with regards to structure, acidity and balance. It is soft and fairly low in tannin, making it a smooth and round wine. Chill this wine down and it is perfect for a party. $10.99 $8.24
Laetitia Pinot Noir; Arroyo Grande Valley, California - Laetitia is an estate originally planted in 1982 which is dedicated to sustainable farming and renewable energy practices. A lovely rendition of Central Coast Pinot Noir that shows black raspberry with floral nuances and the slightest hint of smoky herbs. It is supple and broad showing the brighter yet brooding side of Pinot Noir. A great match to grilled pork, grilled mushrooms or roasted chicken. $24.99 $18.74
Belle Glos ''Meiomi'' Pinot Noir, California - Belle Glos' 'Meiomi' blends grapes from three of the producers coastal vineyards in top California wine-producing areas, allowing the flavors of their different origins mingle for 9 months in French oak. This dark ruby wine lends aromas of plum and cherry with a hint of cedar. Flavors of currant and black cherry are balanced with pleasing minerality, a silky palate ends in a lengthy finish. $19.99 25% off by the case
3 Ball Zinfandel; Paso Robles, Sonoma, Amador CA - The latest project by the charismatic Christian Tietje—the original owner and winemaker of Four Vines which he sold 4 years ago, and much like other brands that have sold, the brand buys the name but not necessarily the fruit sources. This is classic Zin, soft blackberry fruit with hints of white pepper, a hallmark of Tietje's style. $11.99 $8.99

Bold and Robust Reds

Skyfall Vineyard Cabernet; Columbia Valley, WA State - Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon that drinks like real deal Cabernet, in fact we tasted this against an expensive Napa Cab and preferred this one. The nose shows plush fruit components of boysenberry and black currant which roll into a well-structured mouthful of wine that is drinking well now. Soft enough to work with lighter meats, enough stuffing to handle a grilled steak. $15.99 $11.99
Goose Ridge Vineyards 'StoneCap' Syrah; Columbia Valley, WA State -  "The 2013 StoneCap Syrah opens with vibrant floral and smoky notes with hints of butterscotch and caramel. A soft, full-bodied mouthfeel highlighted by bright flavors of raspberry, red plum, and hints of juicy citrus is supported by polished tannins. Elements of dark cherry and mocha carry this wine through a pleasant finish." Winemaker's Notes $11.99 $8.99
Matthew Fritz Red Blend; Napa Valley, CA - This Napa red blend from Michael Fritz has Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Syrah and a dash of Merlot. The wine has excellent structure from start to finish, showing notes on the nose of black plum and a savoury hint of gamey, wild meat. The tannins are firm and there is just a hint of black pepper on the finish. This wine can easily be paired with burgers or steaks off the grill. $16.99 $12.74
Rabble Red 2014; Paso Robles, CA - A well done example of one of the styles we're seeing from this region that has had exponential growth in production and prestige in the past decade or two. This wine springs out of the glass with a powerful burst of juicy black and red berries, but the finish has plenty of pleasant spice and just enough tannin to balance. $16.99 $12.74
Broadside Cabernet; Paso Robles, CA - Broadside's Cabernet is varietally correct and a lovely rendition of our favorite California grape. Using only neutral oak barrels during fermentation, the wine has a perfumed nose of black, ripe fruit. It has soft tannins and balanced, bright acidity. It's a lovely wine to pair with beef carpaccio and arugula salad. $16.99 $12.74
Annabella 5 Red, California - Annabella 5 is Michael Pozzan's proprietary blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Zinfandel, Malbec, and Cabernet Franc. There is plenty of dark fruit, blackberry and boysenberry with just enough oak to add interest. In the mouth, it is round and velvety, not heavy, but simply drinkable. Try with a blue cheese burger or grilled pork loin. $19.99 $14.99
Concannon Petite Sirah; California - Concannon is a fourth generation wine making family and the first to produce and sell a single varietal Petite Sirah. Petite Sirah is a small berry which leads to a high skin to pulp ratio, making inky darky rich wines. Bursting with blackberry and darker fruits, it is absolutely mouth filling with a finish of tarry tannins. $14.99 $11.24
Drops of Jupiter Red Blend; California - Fruit-forward, insanely loveable full-bodied Petite Sirah with 10% Zinfandel blended in. A portion of the proceeds of this wine will be in support of Family House, a non-profit organization providing temporary housing to families of seriously ill children. Boysenberry fruit leaps from your glass and explodes with plenty more red, juicy fruit. With soft, supple tannins, this wine is great with food or without. $11.99 $8.99

Montpellier Syrah; California

A consistently-produced value, this Syrah shows ripe polished blueberry/currant fruit with delicate mineral and dark spice notes followed by a rich, full finish. Enjoy with grilled lamb, sausages, pork chops or wild mushrooms.

$8.99 $6.74

Douglass Hill Cabernet; California

This ripe and fruit forward Cabernet is abounding with plush red cherry and blackberry fruits. The smooth finish features soft and rounded tannins lending this wine the versatility to pair with foods or be readily enjoyed on its own.

$6.99 $5.24
Fraga Do Corvo Mencía 2016; Monterrei, Spain $17.99 $13.49
Bracamonte Tempranillo; Ribera del Duero, Spain - Bracamonte is a collaboration of the Yllera brothers, sixth generation grape growers and wine producers and consultant Ramon Martinez. The nose shows sweet fruit with hints of licorice and tomato paste. Although a tad rustic, the palate still pushes through with plenty of red fruit balanced by tangy acid. A wine begging for a little bit of grilled meat. $14.99 $11.24
Bodegas Carchelo; Jumilla, Spain - This richly textured blend of Monastrell, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon has intense dark fruit aromas with a hint of oak and a spicy edge. Concentrated, assertive and inky, this is no shy wine. Sip it on a chilly night, or pair with a thick cut steak, grilled lamb or oven roasted root vegetables. $15.99 $11.99
Cellars Can Blau; Montsant, Spain - This blend of Mazuelo (Carignan), Syrah and Garnacha comes from the D.O. of Montsant, a sub-region of Catalonia in the northeastern corner of Spain. Year in and year out, this crowd favorite offers up hedonistic aromas and flavors of ripe dark cherries, blueberries and a well-integrated dose of spicy oak. Enjoy this on its own or with burgers, grilled pork or lamb kebabs. $14.99 $11.24
Sardus Pater 'Is Solus' Carignan; Sardinia, Italy - A stainless steel version of Carignan from the island of Sardinia. The nose has warm red fruit and the characteristic rare meat quality. It is fresh and bright but quite complex with leather, spice and both red/black fruits. A certain mate with grilled spice rubbed pork or sausages and red peppers. $16.99 $12.74
Sardus Pater 'Foras' Cannonau; Sardinia, Italy - Dr. Oz tout’s Sardinia’s wine for the health benefits as the life span of the indigenous population usually exceeds 100 years. It is a totally different expression of Grenache (known in Sardinia as Cannonau) than its French and Spanish neighbors, and sees no oak. A tad smoky with rich, concentrated fruit, it is an ideal match to roasted game meats. $18.99 $14.24
Alovini Monteserico; Puglia, Italy - This blend features two of the stalwart grape varietals of Italian reds - Sangiovese and Montepulciano. Alovini's Montesèrico offers up super-smooth, bright and pure red fruits on the palate, which are followed by elegant, soft tannins that help to make this a joy to drink on it's own. Even being incredibly quaffable, this red will pair nicely with roasted game hen, pan seared duck breast and the obligatory pizza and pasta. $11.99 $8.99
QP. Touriga Nacional; Alentejano, Portugal - This 100% Touriga Nacional has an intense deep rich violet color. It spends six months in new French oak resulting in fairly robust wine, packed with juicy ripe fruit, blueberry and black cherry. An intense but integrated wine that would work best with fatty, grilled meats. $22.99 $17.24
Terra Boa Tinto; Transmontano, Portugal - Terra Boa uses native varietals (Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz and Touriga Franca) in this old vine blend from the small mountainous region of Transmontano. This juicy red shows a floral nose of cherry and cassis that lead to a rich, soft red fruit palate. Hints of spice and earth accent this drinkable red, which is a great wine with roasts, stews and burgers.

 

$9.99 $7.49
Braai Cabernet; Western Cape, South Africa - Braai means Barbeque in South African dialect and this wine is the epitome of barbeque, with an actual match striker on the side of the front label. This Cabernet Sauvignon, made by Bruwer Raats, known for his stellar wines and gregarious personality is outstanding. A juicy nose of red cassis and cherry pie are greeted by smooth tannins and a long finish. Enjoy with anything off the grill this summer. $15.99 $11.99
Glenelly Grand Vin Red Blend; Stellenbosch, South Africa - “42% Shiraz, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot, it has an intense bouquet with licorice-tinged black fruit, incense and touch of marmalade. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, well judged acidity, and clove-tinged black fruit with a sedate and harmonious finish. This feels very accomplished.” -Wine Advocate Nov 2015 $25.99 $19.49
Boekenhoutskloof 'Wolftrap' Red; Western Cape, South Africa - This hearty, satisfying blend of Syrah, Mourvèdre, and Viognier has spicy Rhone-like qualities with juicy flavors and a brisk, clean finish. The Viognier has been blended in to soften the tannins and to allow for more refined aromatics to prevail. Richly elegant and smooth, it would pair beautifully with blackened tuna or braised short ribs. $11.99 $8.99
Indaba 'Mosaic' Red Blend; Western Cape, South Africa - Indaba supports a scholarship program for South Africans interested in wine-related careers. The assistant winemaker Mzokhona Mvemve graduated as the first Indaba scholar. The 'Mosaic' is a blend of Cabernet, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot from a sustainably farmed vineyards. Ripe, juicy dark fruit balanced by sweet earth and spice. A real deal for the price. $10.99 $8.24
Susana Balbo Signature Malbec 2014; Valle de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina - Beautiful deep violet color with exploding aromas of blackberry, black cherry and violets framed by nuances of toasty oak and mint. The wonderful aromas are mirrored on the palate, and they are joined by ripe plum fruit and a hint of toasty vanilla, bittersweet chocolate a continuation of mint on the finish. This shows the power and complexity of Malbec! $24.99 $18.24
Black Cabra Cabernet; Mendoza, Argentina - 100% Sustainably farmed and estate grown with
lush flavors of red fruits and strawberry jam. Oak aging adds complexity and notes of spice and vanilla.
$13.99 $10.49

St. Kilda Shiraz; Australia

St. Kilda’s Shiraz packs plenty of jammy fruit, toasty oak and soft spice for such a reasonable price. A fun wine to enjoy on its own, or serve with ribs, grilled meats or pork.

$10.99 $8.24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red Tag Deals - Save 25% By The Case!

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Thrifty Thursday Special: Every Thursday, all Red Tag wines in stock are discounted 25% by the case mix or match (Normally red tag wines have to be purchased in full 12 bottle cases of the same wine to get this discount).  Plus, at the wine bar on Thursdays, 4oz single glass pours are discounted 25% all day. Enjoy a glass while you shop, or relax in our comfortable tasting bar. Make shopping at Seaboard a part of your Thursday routine!

 

 

 

 

Red Tag Deal! Save 25% By The Case!

Need to serve a crowd? Looking for delicious & affordable wines for the beach, mountains, fundraisers, parties, gifts or celebrations? We have selected over 150 crowd pleasing wines from around the world, perfect for special occasions or everyday enjoyment - discounted 25% by the case!

Purchase at least one full case (12+ bottles of the same Red Tag wine) in stock and receive 25% off the regular bottle price. Choose from over 150 delicious, crowd pleasing wines. Selections will change as some wines sell out & others are added, and they are displayed throughout the store with a . Click
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Thrifty Thursday Special: Every Thursday, all Red Tag wines in stock are discounted 25% by the case mix or match (Normally red tag wines have to be purchased in full 12 bottle cases of the same wine to get this discount).

Plus at the wine bar on Thursdays, 4oz single glass pours are discounted 25% all day. Enjoy a glass while you shop, or relax in our comfortable tasting bar. Make shopping at Seaboard a part of your Thursday routine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Red Tag Wines! Save 25% By The Case!

 

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Thrifty Thursday Special: Need to serve a crowd? Looking for delicious & affordable wines for the beach, mountains, casual dinners, gifts, fundraisers, parties or everyday enjoyment? Every Thursday, all Red Tag wines in stock are discounted 25% by the case mix or match (Normally red tag wines have to be purchased in full 12 bottle cases of the same wine to get this discount). 

Choose from over 150 delicious, crowd pleasing wines. Selections will change as some wines sell out & others are added, and they are displayed throughout the store. This is a great opportunity to try some new wines and get a great discount!

 

At the wine bar on Thursdays, 4oz single glass pours are discounted 25% all day. Enjoy a glass while you shop, or relax in our comfortable tasting bar. Make shopping at Seaboard a part of your Thursday routine!