Cellar Up!

Wines from Cellar 290 to shape your cellar

 

Each Cellar, we shine a light on the styles that are best expressed by the featured regions. You can explore additional styles and selection advice online. As usual, the intent is to help you expand your wine horizons and the diversity in your personal cellar.

 

As entertaining both family and friends slowly and safely increases, you’ll be able to bring out a wine that suits the palates of your guests, pairs well whatever you’re serving, or introduces a new wine experience.

 

Sparkling

Pairs with anything, celebrations, romance

K1 by Geoff Hardy NV Sparkling, Adelaide Hills, Lot 2962


Light white

White/light fish, sipping on its own

Domaine Désertaux-Ferrand Bourgogne Aligoté, AOP, 2020, Lot 3001


Medium white

Seafood such as oysters, scallops, sashimi, or salads with mild vinaigrettes

Chapman Grove Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Estate Grown, Margaret River, 2018, Lot 2984


Full-body white

Poultry, mild cheeses, pork

Atticus Premium Museum Chardonnay, Margaret River, 2014, Lot 2982


Aromatic / Sweet

Dessert, rich foods like foie gras

Hand Crafted by Geoff Hardy Muscat, South Australia, Lot 2968


Rosé

Most appetizers, sipping on its own, the back deck

Bec Hardy Wines Rosé, Adelaide, 2021, Lot 2949


Light red

Many pastas, pork, poultry, sipping on its own

Domaine Bonnardot Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits, “L’Âge Mûre”, AOP, 2019, Lot 2991


Medium red

Versatile; many meats without heavy sauces, casseroles

Bec Hardy Wines Shiraz, McLaren Vale, 2019, Lot 2955


Full-body red

Heavy stews, many game meats, lamb, strong cheeses, even dessert

Bec Hardy Wines Reserve Shiraz, McLaren Vale, 2019, Lot 2955