Tasting Wines

 

Check out the wines we will be pouring at this Saturday’s tasting!

D’Arenberg Stump Jump White 2016 (Australia)

$9.99

Marsanne, a full-bodied wine with heady aromas of honeysuckle and almonds, is an excellent blending partner for aromatic varieties with high natural acidity, such as Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc. These three varietals have proved themselves to be a popular blend since this wine's first release.

Giesen Sauvignon Blanc 2016 (New Zealand)

$8.99

The 2016 Giesen is truly excellent. This wine excels in purity of fruit. It is loaded with grapefruit peel, dried herbs, and a pleasing bouquet of flowers, and is one of the best examples in the marketplace.

Waterbrook Chardonnay 2015 (Washington)

$9.99

Aromas of vanilla and pineapple fill the nose while the palette opens with Bartlett pear and golden delicious apple. A crisp mouthfeel is balanced with nice viscosity leading to a toasty finish laced with whiskey notes and hint of dried tropical fruit.

DiMajo Sangiovese 2015 (Italy)

$7.99

Bright red in color, aromas of violets and red berries complement undertones of leather and anise. On the palate, this wine is dry and mellow with smooth tannins that make for a crowd-pleasing, easy-to-drink red wine.

Ghostrunner Ungrafted Red 2015 (California)

$11.99

The 2015 Ghostrunner Red Blend includes Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Syrah, and Zinfandel. It shows a dark ruby color with an aroma that's rich in mixed berries and black cherry preserves. Hints of spice including black pepper and bacon carry through on the palate. This decadent red blend finishes with soft tannins, dark fruit and elaborate oak.

Goldschmidt Cabernet Sauvignon Yardstick 2015 (California)

$19.99

Rich and robust with aromas of black cherry, black tea, dark spices, and mocha. Bold and structured showing ripe black currant, cherry, and plum flavors. Very smooth, soft, and supple finish. Blend: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon.