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A California icon that hasn’t increased in price. Rich, complex, surprising—the blend is Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Semillon, Viognier, and Muscat Canelli.
Vibrant gooseberry and currant flavours.
Great value, versatile Aussie.
Luscious, buttery pear and citrus flavours.
Full-on Aussie winner: big flavour, bone dry.
Surprisingly refreshing Aussie Sauvignon.
Delightful fresh lemony herbal Portuguese white.
Superb Bordeaux quality for under $20.
Attractive Mediterranean Chardonnay.
Fresh-as-a-daisy screwcap Kiwi Chard.
Pure Okanagan fruit—peaches, pears, and apples.
Less oaky than past vintages—and better for it.