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Scheid

Scheid Sauvignon Blanc 2016

(Monterey, California) $20

The grass-and-sass school of SB. If you like New Zealand-style sauvignon, you’ll like this.

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Bogle

Bogle “Essential Red” 2015

(California) $12

Rugged, rustic, and ready for burgers, burritos and BBQ.

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Chateau Ste. Michelle

Chateau Ste. Michelle Dry Riesling 2015

(Columbia Valley, Washington) $10

Refreshing and dry. The perfect thing to drink while you are cooking.

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Arrogant Frog

Syrah Rosé 2016

(Pays d'Oc, France ) $15

A delicious crisp rosé that’s just what you’d expect from a southern French pink.

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Peter Yealands

“PGR” 2016

(Marlborough, New Zealand ) $16

A fresh, tasty blend of pinot gris, riesling and a touch of gewürz (“PRG”). Break out the spring rolls.

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Dry Creek

Sauvignon Blanc 2016

(Dry Creek Valley) $20

Fresh and snappy with delicious green notes.

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Decoy

Chardonnay 2015

(Sonoma County, CA) $20

No-fuss weeknight chardonnay; tasty and easy to drink.

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Edna Valley

Rosé 2016

(California) $14

Bone dry and crisp. Terrific with grilled chicken.

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J.Lohr

“Los Osos” Merlot 2014       

(Paso Robles) $15

Soft and plummy, with lots of vanilla notes. Date night on a budget.

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BIG FIRE by R. Stuart & Co.

Pinot Noir

(Oregon) $19

Ok, who are these R. Stuart guys? Here’s another pinot Steal—this one’s more on the earthy side, with notes of tea, roasted beet and damp earth.