Explore a World of Wines
With over 20 wine regions, from Lombardy in the north to Sicily in the south, Italy offers 350 unique wine varieties. Famous in the States for superb Chianti and Prosecco, that’s not all Italy has to offer. May we suggest an elegant Soave or a fruit-forward Vermentino? Our expansive list of Italian wine varieties will have you singing Italy’s praises.
At the foothills of the Andes Mountains, Argentina is now the 5th largest wine producer in the world with an estimated 2,000 wineries. In the west, Mendoza is its largest wine region, producing bold, aromatic reds like Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. Enjoy distinct, dark fruit flavors? This exceptional wine region is just a sip away.
Bottle up sunshine, and it may taste something like New Zealand’s prized variety, Sauvignon Blanc. Cool nights and long hours of sun provide bright, crisp wines that pair well with equally refreshing dishes, like fish, grilled vegetables, and salads. Sauvignon Blanc loosely translates to “wild white," and we're wildly excited about this selection of New Zealand wines.