These are value wines from recognizable varietals from mostly New World producers, including some organic and 100% sustainable wines.
- Secateurs Rosé (Swartland, South Africa): This is a truly unique rosé as it was made from very old vines and really displays the minerality that characterizes the wines from Kalmoesfontein farm. The 2018 Badenhorst Secateurs Rosé opens with aromas are complex red fruits, spice, rose water, and currants. The palate is generous and textured with a long finish.
- Ponga Sauvignon Blanc (Marlborough, New Zealand): 100% Marlborough, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc grapes. Vibrant aromas of ripe citrus and tropical fruit lead to a refreshing palate full of white peach and grapefruit – classic flavors of the region. The bright aromas are accented with chalky, mineral tones then a deliciously satisfying finish.
- Santa Julia Organica Cabernet Sauvignon (Mendoza, Argentina): Intense ruby red in color, this wine offers aromas of red and black fruits (cassis, black cherries) and spices like black pepper and sweet pepper. On the palate, it is medium-bodied and well-balanced with soft tannins and a long finish.