DISCOVER WINES BY STYLE
It's interesting how much emphasis is put on a wine's color, when weight, texture, and alcohol content are more influential on how a wine feels, tastes and, most importantly, how well it goes with food. Since we're a bit obsessed with food and wine pairing (the greatest/most enjoyable puzzle there is!) we've decided to highlight some wines from our collection that represent their "style" more than their color.
Gamay, pinot noir, and the wines of the Loire Valley, Alpine climes, and the Jura. Fresh, high acid, and perfect for fatty foods, game meat, and even fish (salmon for example).Browse All >
The middle ground. Traditional Rioja, some Bordeaux, and northern Italy. Perfect for the table, especially with red meats.Browse All >
The Big Boys. Napa Cabernet, Malbec, Southern France. Good on their own, great with steak, barbecue, and lamb.Browse All >
Still great with food, but also great "porch pounders". The whites of Spain, Bordeaux, and the New World.Browse All >
Rich and decadent and needing the proper pairing. California Chardonnay, white Burgundy, aged Riesling and the Jura.Browse All >