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Weekend Wine Tastings

New Arrivals with Joel Strachota of Global Wines
Friday, September 22nd, 5 to 8pm

Featured Wines

2015 El Brazo Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain
Regularly $12.99, Tasting Price $10.99
Clean and bright with high intensity at the nose. Very fragrant, fruity, floral, and subtle with fresh flavors of peach, pineapple and apricot. Persistent and powerful in the mouth from start to finish. Try with Galician favorites like octopus salad or shriimpa ajillo.

2015 Iris Vineyards Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley, Oregon
Regularly 21.99, Tasting Price $18.69
This wine provides aromas of white peach, lemon zest, Asian pear and cantaloup. Flavors suggest a hint of Meyer Lemon and green mango on the front of the palate, and delivers a crisp minerality and mouthwatering acidity on the finish. Try this wine with salmon or creamy pasta dishes. 91 Points Wine Enthusiast!

2016 Foncalieu Le Versant Rosé, Languedoc, France
Regularly $14.99, Tasting Price 12.74
Pale pink color. More full and luscious than most southern french rosés. Notes of strawberry and raspberry combined with floral aromas of orange blossom make this the perfect autumn rosé. Try with fun starters like gougeres or a nice salad.

2015 Caprili Rosso di Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy
Regularly $19.99, Tasting Price $16.99
This “Baby Brunello” is aged for 9 months in Slovanian oak followed by 2 months of refinement in the bottle. A harmonious Italian gem with elegant fragrance and powerful intensity. As with all Sangiovese based wines, steak and lamb are perfect.

2014 Empire Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California
Regularly $24.99, Tasting Price $20.99
A seamless Cabernet from beginning to end. Gentle, dark berry fruit opens up to supple texture and long finish. A well-crafted, balanced, full-bodied Napa Valley Cabernet. Try with slow roasted brisket.



Rhone Valley Seminar with JoAnn Ross
Saturday, September 23rd, 4 to 7pm

Featured Wines

2016 Domaine Saladin ‘Per El’ Blanc, Cotes du Rhone
Regularly $24.99, Tasting Price $20.99
Bright and minerally on the nose, displaying intense Meyer lemon, pear and honeysuckle scents and flavors and a hint of quinine. Silky, focused and dry, showing a deft combination of depth and vivacity and a hint of fennel on the back half. Closes stony and long, displaying repeating florality and a lingering suggestion of candied lemon.

2014 Chateau Valcombe ‘Les Haut des Valcombe’ Rouge, Ventoux
Regularly $14.99, Tasting Price $12.74
A classic combo of Grenache and Syrah, the 2014 is even more elegant and lifted than previous vintages while still retaining the ripeness of fruit and secondary flavors and aromas that make this juice so distinctive. Great for herb roasted chicken.

2015 Domaine La Bouissiere, Vacqueyras
Regularly $29.99, Tasting Price $25.49
Complex, deeply scented bouquet evokes candied black and blue fruits, Indian spices and floral oils, with a mineral element adding lift and focus. Densely packed boysenberry and mulberry flavors stretch out and gain vivacity with air, picking up a subtle hint of smokiness. This is a fantastic wine for grilled meat, try a sirloin roast.

2015 Domaine des Hauts Chassis, Crozes-Hermitage
Regularly $29.99, Tasting Price $25.49
Ripe, dark berry and cherry pit scents, along with suggestions of olive and cracked pepper. Juicy blackberry and bitter cherry flavors open up slowly on the back half, picking up hints of smokiness and licorice. Northern Rhone Syrah is perfect for roasted leg of lamb.