Zinfandel

White Zinfandel is made from the Zinfandel wine grape. White Zinfandel is not a grape variety but a method of processing Zinfandel grapes. Beringer white zinfandel is a semi-dry blush wine.

Riesling

Kiona has been making Riesling for almost three decades. This Washington State version has smooth, light, spicy flavors with a slight sweetness and a nice tart acidity.

Valdadige Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio is a dry white wine that has a punchy acidity with flavors of lemons, limes, green apples and honeysuckle. Crisp fragrance with initial citrus tones prevailing on the palate before the aniseed-coated apples, lemons and pear kicks in and transforms this wine. Quite a unique Pinot Grigio from Valdadige. Long finish as you would expect from an estate-bottled Pinot Grigio.

Cupcake Moscato

Moscato has become incredibly popular for drinking on its own or even as an aperitif because it’s sweet, low in alcohol and incredibly easy to drink. Historically known as a dessert wine, Moscato has a slight fizz and flavors of nectarine, peach and orange that are very pleasing to your taste buds. California- Vibrant and expressive with dominant floral notes and hints of bright fruit flavors — including peach, tropical fruits and lychee — this wine is soft and luscious. Just a hint of fine effervescence tickles the palate and balances the sweetness.

Chardonnay

Chardonnay, the most popular white wine grape in the world. Chardonnay is a dry white wine. California- Flavors of peaches, pineapple, melon, pears, citrus, floral and vanilla notes combine with a creamy mouth feel which culminates in a pleasantly concentrated finish.