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Wine Not?

Feifei Sun | May 8, 2014 | Articles National

1. The Dreaming Tree Everyday
If you like riesling, the new 2013 vintage of The Dreaming Tree Everyday white blend (from Dave Matthews Band’s frontman!) is a sweet sip that pairs well with spicy snacks. $15, Publix and Kroger

2. Tenuta Sant’Antonio’s Scaia Corvina
If you like pinot noir, pick up the vintage 2012 of Tenuta Sant’Antonio’s Scaia Corvina for wine with a similar weight. Nonoenophile speak: Its smooth consistency is a great match for foods like prosciutto and cheese. In other words, you’re in. $13, Ansley Wine Merchants

3. Roco Winery’s 2012 Chardonnay
If you like chardonnay, go for Roco Winery’s 2012 Chardonnay, an elegant wine that manages to simultaneously taste creamy but feel light—no, not light-headed, light. $40, Murphy’s Atlanta Wine Shop

4. Vera’s 2012 Vinho Verde
If you like pinot grigio, say hello to your new BFF, Vera’s 2012 Vinho Verde—a cheap and cheerful white wine that’s easy to drink and perf for sipping poolside. $10, Sherlock’s

5. Estancia’s Pinot Noir
If you like zinfandel, you’ll find a similar profile in Estancia’s pinot noir. Translation: You’ll love the gorge ruby color and jammy fruit taste. $16, Intown Market & Deli


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