Tasting Wines

 

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

Dibon Brut Reserva Cava N/V (Spain)

$9.99

DIBON CELLARS is a family business with a long wine growing tradition. Now, three generations work together, counting on the support of the firm's hard workers who contribute to the elaboration and maturing of wines and cavas. The vineyard is in the process of becoming 100% Organic by 2009, and consists of 75 hectares of trellised vines 1000 feet above the Mediterranean Sea.

Borsao Blanco 2014 (Spain)

$6.99

Borsao Blanco is a straw yellow color. The wine has strong citric and tropical fruit aromas. In the mouth it's creamy and fresh, in perfect harmony with the acidity. Blend: 95% Macabeo and 5% Muscat.

Tarima Monastrell 2015 (Spain)

$8.99

An opaque purple color, with a rich mix of blueberries and raspberries with a touch of crushed chalk . Full-bodied and incredibly concentrated, this is a great red.

Triton Tinta De Toro 2014 (Spain)

$12.99

Enjoy this elegant wine created from old vines of Tempranillo from the best areas in the south of Zamora province. Meticulously vinified in small lots and aged in the best French oak for fifteen months, the wine has a distinctive balance of ripe red fruit flavors and a delicate spiciness. A hint of dark chocolate completes the long finish.

Bodegas Juan Gil Monstrell 2014 (Spain)

$13.99

The wine has a very dark cherry color with purple tones, and powerful aromas of red berries with toasted and smoked notes from their aging in the oak barrels. It shows good structure with ripe and sweet tannins. There is great depth in the mouth with a perfect balance between fruit, alcohol and the oak tones which make it very pleasurable.

Dehesa La Granja Tempranillo 2008 (Spain)

$17.99

Deep ruby. Highly perfumed bouquet of cherry, mulberry, smoky Indian spices and vanilla. Vibrant, precise and seamless, offering juicy red and dark berry and floral flavors. Finishes with slow-building tannins, very good clarity and punch and repeating floral and spice qualities.

Beronia Rioja Gran Reserva 2006 (Spain)

$29.99

Deep maroon red color. Intense and prolonged aromas with notes of black fruits and sweet spices such as cinnamon and vanilla over a base of balsamic and mineral. On the palate, it is elegant, meaty and structured. The fruit stands out with notes of mint and cocoa over a base of tobacco. A lively wine with a fresh and long palate.

Blue Gray Prioat 2014 (Spain)

$15.99

Spicy dark berries and mocha appear on the nose and in the mouth, with a subtle mineral nuance building in the glass. Tangy acidity adds lift and definition to the juicy, sharply focused palate. Finishes long and minerally with slow-building dusty tannins. Aged in used French oak barrels for six month. In the context of Priorat, this wine delivers excellent value.