Join us for a special wine tasting this Saturday. Come meet nature photographer Jason Goldstein
and sample 4 tasty wines that would pair well with your Thanksgiving dinner.
Conundrum white (California) It It lures you in with scents of apricot, pear and honeysuckle, and if you’re paying attention, orange and lemon meringue pie. Initial sweetness is balanced by natural acidity, and we love the hint of oak that plays with flavors of peach, apple and citrus. The long finish will leave you longing for another glass. $19.99
Treana Chardonnay (Central Coast Ca) Treana Chardonnay is straw colored with a silvery hue. Aromas of freshly baked apple pie crust, white peach, mandarin orange, and lemon peel, with crushed limestone, burnt sugar, crème brulee, and a touch of cinnamon on the nose. On the palate you’ll enjoy bright citrus fruits and racy acidity. Nuances of white peach, creamy caramel, and a silky vanilla note adds a seductive texture to this full-bodied chardonnay. $15.99
Argyle Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley Oregon) The 2017 vintage toes the line between red and dark fruit with savory spice and delicate floral notes. Late season ripening in 2017 lends itself to a lively, fresh middle palate along with classic Argyle silky texture and persistent length. $22.99
Buehler Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa) The wine is brimming with fruit aromas and flavors biased to the black fruit end of the Cabernet spectrum: plums, blackberry, and black currant. Rich and full-bodied on the palate, this Cabernet drinks well on release but will soften and develop with additional age. $22.99