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Bodegas Blancher, ‘Capdevilla Pujol Cava’, Penedes, Catalonia, ES, NV This sparkling wine from North Eastern Spain is made in the same way as Champagne, methode traditionelle, and is a blend of Parellada, Xarel-lo, and Macabeo. It has this white-candy, white-sweet-tart lemony palate that makes it a perfect aperitif wine. Wonderfully tart and refreshing.
Pulpe F!#/?@N, Melon de Bourgogne, Muscadet Serve et Maine Sue Lie, Loire Valley, FR, 2019 This lightly spritzed, mineral driven Muscadet is from the coast of the Loire Valley. A region where the wine is famously paired with oysters, you’ll find plenty of acidity, lemon rind, and saline-ocean fog in this bottle.
Sepp Moser, ‘Reid Hedwighof’, Zweigelt, Burgenland, AT, 2018 This Zweigelt based red wine is from Austria’s lowest point of altitude, on the banks of Lake Neusidel. These old vines farmed biodynamically brings silky raspberry, bramble-fruit to the forefront. The screw cap makes it the perfect, crowd-pleaser red wine for a picnic or a day at the beach.