Our favorite rosés -so far- for the spring!
Second through fifth-growths abounded. We tasted them all. Here’s where you should be investing.
Tasted and approved by Winelala! Seven new gems from one of our favorite regions.
Spanish whites should not be overlooked, especially when one is a pre-phylloxera gem!
I almost cut this winery from the Charlottesville tour we took last December because it’s owned by Dave Matthews of the Dave Matthews Band and I thought it would be too gimmicky.
This Old World (European) wine exhibits the bold characteristics and a discernible finish.
Made from the impossible-to-pronounce or spell Aghiorghitiko grape, this wine undulates and lifts up the berries and spice with nice depth.
Mencia is starting to become noticed in restaurants since it’s so easy to pair, given concentrated notes of fruit that range into darker, nonorganic flavors.
The grapes for this wine were fermented in stainless steel at cool temperatures (around 60F), then the wine was aged in stainless steel.
Scarpetta’s pinot grigio has a lovely brightness and defined fruit notes, but there is also a textural aspect from lees aging.
This falanghina by Terradora is a great alternative to chardonnay. Falanghina is thought to be of Greek origin.
Here, we’ll find stone fruits and minerals alongside a clean finish. Made from Cortese grapes, this wine was fermented and aged in stainless steel, so has never been in contact with oak.
Each month brings a brand new wine pick that you get exclusively for being a member of Winelala.
This is in addition to the regular monthly selections.