November 19th wine tasting. These wines will be discounted 10% at time of tasting. Cheers.
Chateau la Roche Bordeaux (France) On the first nose, the wine displays delicate aromas of raspberry and blackcurrant berries, then becomes more floral and complex with touches of dried fruit and crunchy hazelnuts. On the palate, the attack is fresh and spicy, the structure is smooth, harmonious with a touch of delicate tannins and lots of red fruits, stone cherries, very juicy. The finish is fresh, nervous, gently spicy with this feeling of almost “peppermint” freshness that prolongs the experience.
A fine and gourmet wine, delicately aromatic. 85% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc $13.99
J Vineyards Pinot Noir (CA) A classic fruit- driven character and beautiful balance. Generous aromas of ripe red berries and dark fruit lead to an expressive and layered palate with flavorful notes of both red and black cherry, blackberry, cocoa and plum. A subtle touch of toast, vanilla and baked strawberry add texture and depth to the long, memorable finish. Enjoy this paired alongside barbecued pork dishes, cheeseburgers topped with aged white cheddar or grilled portobello steak. For a cheese pairing, try an aged gouda with fig jam.$20.99
Manu Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) Is vibrant and tasty, packed with flavors of lime, stone-fruit and fresh herbs. The palate is powerful and fruity showing refreshing acidity and pleasing weight in the mid-palate. The flavors all flow to a dry finish with impressive persistence. $17.99
Domaine Bousquet Unoaked Chardonnay ( Argentina) On the nose, it presents aromas of tropical fruits with citrus and floral notes. On the palate shows concentrated notes of peach and green apple with fresh acidity. It is ideal to drink as an aperitif and with seafood, fish and goat cheese. $10.99