Low-Alcohol Summer Wines

Posted: July 26, 2007

Most of these lower-alcohol wines from four Philadelphia restaurants are also available retail. Percentages reflect the alcohol content. Prices are per bottle.

Meritage, 500 S. 20th St., 215-985-1922

2005 Montinore Riesling, Oregon, 12%, $36; also at selected state wine stores, $10.99.

2005 Orvieto Antinore "Campogrande," Italy, 11.5%, $34.

2004 Château Bonnet (Bordeaux), France, 12%, $45; at selected state wine stores, $12.99.

707, 707 Chestnut St., 215-922-7770

2006 Rudi Wiest Riesling, Germany, 10%, $47.50; at selected state wine stores by special order, $11.69.

2006 Salneval Albariño, Spain, 12.5%, $45; at selected state wine stores, $9.99.

2005 Lurton "Les Salice" Pinot Noir, France, 13%, $45; at selected state stores, $11.29.

2006 Huber Zweigelt, Austria, 13%, $55; at selected state stores, $14.99.

Vintage, 129 S. 13th, 215-922-3095

Prosecco Fantinel, nonvintage, Italy, 11.5%, $30; at selected state wine stores by special order, $11.39.

2005 Rudolph Mueller, Riesling Kabinett, Germany, 8%, $31; at selected state wine stores by special order, $10.29.

Vinho Verde Casal Garcia, nonvintage, Portugal, 10.5%, $30; at selected state wine stores by special order, $9.49.

2004 Château Saint Sulpice, France, 12.5%, $38; at selected state wine stores by special order, $10.29.

Tria, 123 S. 18th St., 215-972-8742

Rosé Cava Brut Marqués de Monistrol, non-vintage, Spain, 12%, $34.50; at selected state stores by special order, $14.99.

2006 Domaine de la Potine Sauvignon Blanc, France, 12%, $40; at selected state stores by special order, $10.99.

2006 Standing Stone Vineyards Riesling, New York State, 11.7%, $42.50; at selected state stores by special order, $13.99.

2005 Allegrini Valpolicella "Classico," Italy, 12.5%, $40; at selected state stores, $12.99.

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