After-Dinner Wine

Fleur de Mer

Rosé; Côtes de Provence, France

A brilliant coral pink color, Fleur de Mer evokes aromas and flavors of fresh watermelon, cherry, subtle citrus, lavender and Mediterranean herbs. It is medium-bodied, fresh and elegant with a soft texture and mineral finish. Balanced and refreshing acidity. • $12

Cháteau la Nerthe

Rosé; Côtes du Rhône, France

The color is pale pink fuchsia, very bright. The nose is frank, lively, expressive, on white flowers and citrus fruits (pink grapefruit). The palate is fresh and the gooseberry meets again the grapefruit. • $10

Banfi ‘Rosa Regale’

Brachetto d’Acqui; Italy

Sweet sparkling wine with light ruby red nuances with a lively and persistent perlage. Both at the nose and in the mouth, all the aromatic peculiarities of the vine are best expressed; intense aromas of Bulgarian rose and berries and flavors of bitter almond and nutmeg in the mouth. • $9 (187 mL split)

La Marca

Prosecco; Italy

Pale, golden straw in color. Bubbles are full textured and persistent. On the nose the wine brings fresh citrus with hints of honey and white flowers. The flavor is fresh and clean, with ripe citrus, lemon, green apple, and touches of grapefruit, minerality, and some toast. The finish is light, refreshing, and crisp. • $9 (187 mL split)

Bodega Norton ‘101 Bubbles’

Sparkling Wine; Mendoza, Argentina

A pale yellow hue with a hint of green, this light sparkling wine is created with delicate bubbles, with 101 in each sip. Expect youthful citrus notes and a freshness on the nose, while a crisp acidity is balanced with white fruit flavors. • $10

Veuve du Vernay

Brut, France

Nice pale yellow color in the glass with numerous fine bubbles. Fresh and delicate on the nose, this wine sports nice yellow fruits aromas. • $8

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