Products priced for 750 ml bottles unless otherwise noted.
Clark: Notorious Pink Rosé of Grenache South of France La Colombette Estate 2017
One of my favorite go-to wines to beat the dog days of summer is Rosé. I particularly like those of southern France. For years now, I’ve enjoyed Notorious Pink. Bright and pink in color, it is very aromatic with citrus and red fruit, floral aromas, and a crisp and refreshing mineral character. Not quite as dry as most French Rosés, it’s a real quaffer perfect to beat the summer heat. It is also a great food wine, enjoyable with seafood, vegetables, pasta and poultry dishes.
Henrik: Château du Seuil ‘La Chapelle’ Rosé Coteaux D’Aix En Provence 2017
What an amazing Rosé! It’s a blend of 33% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Syrah, 20% Grenache, 15% Cinsault, 5% Rolle, and 2% Sauvignon Blanc. Imagine the layers that unfold across the palate. This superb, classic Provence Rosé has a light, shiny, bright, clear salmon color with notes of red fruit and white flower aromas that blossom from the glass. Luscious citrus carries through on the palate providing balance and a lengthy finish. It is a summer heat thirst quencher, but is also such a food friendly wine. Enjoy it with light summer fare like fruit salad or ceviche
Chris K: Hahn Family Wines Arroyo Seco Rosé 2017
Showcasing tones of berry fruit and minerals, this refreshing Rosé from Hahn is the perfect key to warm summer nights on the patio. Pair this wine with salmon, shellfish or just enjoy by itself when working in the garden
Maggie: Willamette Valley Anne Amie Cuvee A Amrita 2016
It’s August and IT. IS. HOT. So why not cool off with a cool climate white wine blend that is spritzy! Adorned with a crown cap, this spritzy white wine from the Willamette Valley is hard to put down once you pick it up. Its soft, fruity profile accompanied by floral notes and a slight lemony zing is just the thing to beat the heat! Pairs very well with groups of friends and plates of cheeses and fruits. Value wine alert: an amazing wine under $15 AND it hails from an organic winery! What a find!
Roberto: Tosalet Vinyes Velles Red Priorat, Spain 2014
The fiery cherry and cassis aromas in this snappy wine include a rubbery note. Roasted tomato, plum and currant flavors are framed by lip-smacking tannins and tomato-like acidity, finishing with gritty intensity. Enjoy it with almost anything off the grill this summer.
David: Rodney Strong Rosé of Pinot Noir 2016
Inviting and approachable, the bouquet 91 points, Editor’s Choice, Wine Enthusiast. This is a fine new offering, whimsically packaged with a screw cap and a floral label. The spirit is further evidenced by the wine's pretty-pink color and subdued, light building of flavor, highlighted by orange, peach and strawberry notes and a substantial bite of mouthwatering acidity. It’s a perfect summer sipper.
Aaron: Sea Monster Central Coast Eclectic White Blend 2016
It’s back by popular demand! The highly aromatic, super refreshing white blend from Central Coast California is the perfect answer to the unrelenting Arkansas summer heat! It’s floral and citrus married perfectly with mouth-watering acidity and a balanced finish. Enjoy this on a boat or while on a float, at home on a lazy day or while on a relaxing vacay. You get the picture...
Devin: Chateau De Sancerre 2016
Save yourself from the melting heat with this vibrant Sancerre (Sauvignon Blanc) from the Loire Valley, France. This wine gives you distinct aromas of peach, pear, and grape. The finish is long and generous and will definitely quench your wine thirst on a warm August night. Enjoy!
logan: Fernanda Cappello Pinot Grigio 2016
This is such a refreshing wine! For anyone who needs to escape the heat this month, check out a thirst quenching Pinot Grigio from the Friuli DOC. This super friendly wine has slightly sweet aromas of apple, pear, and melon followed by flavors of citrus, crisp green apple, and honeydew. With bright, racy acidity and a clean slightly mineral finish, you can be sure to cool down... and probably request a second glass!
Josh: Ketel One Grapefruit & Rose
1 Liter Bottle
An amazing vodka fit for those who seek zesty mouthwatering grapefruit and the elegance of refined rose petals. Each botanical essence is individually and naturally obtained through innovative extraction methods and distillation processes for the freshest, cleanest, most crisp taste possible. Add a grapefruit wedge and some club soda for a fresh summer cocktail.
John B: Uncle Nearest 1856 Premium Whiskey
Nathan “Nearest” Green was a former slave, the first African-American Master Distiller on record in the United States, and the best whiskey maker the world never knew. His Uncle Nearest 1856 Whiskey is light caramel in color with a beautiful deep golden hue, and has a nose of dried grass, ripe peach, apricot, and caramel corn. It comes across the palate spicy upfront then mellows into dried fruit and floral notes. The finish is smooth, long, and rich with pleasant sweet notes of vanilla. At 100 proof, enjoy this next great Tennessee whiskey on the rocks or neat.
Colin: Bell’s Oberon
“Oberon is a wheat ale fermented with our signature house ale yeast, mixing a spicy hop character with mildly fruity aromas. The addition of wheat malt lends a smooth mouthfeel, making it a classic summer beer. Made with only 4 ingredients, and without the use of any spices or fruit, Oberon is the color and scent of sunny afternoon.”
Chris M: Boulevard Single-Wide IPA
“Boulevard Single-Wide IPA is our take on a style that originated in 18th century Great Britain. This American version boasts a heady combination of six varieties of hops, some that were employed for dry-hopping.” – Boulevard Brewing Co.
Josh L: Core Behemoth Pilsner
It’s hot out there. Too hot. And the madness of back-to-school has got you frustrated. Your solution to that problem is this beer. A straightforward, simple, Pilsner from right here in the great state of Arkansas. Crisp and clean, this beer is best enjoyed ice cold and is sure to cool you off and help take the edge off from dealing with all the stress of school shopping.
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