Gruner Veltliner …$16.95
This wine has a green-yellow hue with complex fruit aromas and flavors of citrus and peach. A medium-bodied wine, it shows just a hint of sweetness to balance the natural acidity. Pair with spicy Asian dishes.
A racy edge and pronounced spiciness and fruit defines this wine. A powerhouse of lychee, mango, grapefruit, honey, and spice. Lightly chill and enjoy with most Asian foods.
Pinot Gris … $12.95
A crisp, dry wine with hints of apple and citrus. Although the wine does have a touch of sweetness, the crisp fruit acids balance the sweetness, giving a wine that goes well with cream sauces, shellfish, and dishes heavy with butter and garlic.
This wine has fruit-centered aromas and flavors of citrus, green apples, and pears, with just enough acidity to keep it crisply delicious. Made with no oak, it will change your mind about Chardonnay (if you are tired of chewing on acorns!).
A Rhine-style Riesling combining notes of apple and pear with citrus, and balancing the hint of sweetness with crisp acidity. This is an off-dry wine that pairs beautifully with seafood and with Oriental cuisine.
Cabernet Franc …$16.95
A slightly more structured version of Cabernet Franc, with soft tannins and typical Cabernet Franc fruitiness. Excellent choice anytime you might want a Cabernet with a steak. Elegant and appetizing.
Pavilion Novelle de Cabernet Franc …$14.95
This more charming and aromatic parent of Cabernet Sauvignon is subtly fragrant, lightly fruity, and has been described as “gently flirtatious, indeed the feminine side of the Cabernet family.” Delightful lightly chilled, perfect for red wine lovers in hot summer.
Bold yet elegant, this merlot is big and full with up-front waves of raspberry, blackberry, and plum. Subtle notes of vanilla follow the fruit. Dark, rich, and intense.
Pavilion Novelle de Merlot …$14.95
Flavors of raspberry and cherry followed by a subtle toasted note. Gentle tannins and well-integrated oak contribute structure to the fruit-driven profile. This soft red pairs with red meats and will even work well with roast chicken.
A classic Bordeaux-type blend of Cabernet Franc and Merlot, a great wine to pair with steak. Nice, fruity character, combined with notes of black pepper. A touch of oak to smooth the tannins.
Pinot Noir …$14.95
Medium bodied with bright crimson color and an alluring bouquet with hints of cherry. A versatile wine that can pair with anything, from roast beef to turkey to salmon.