Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
of February 28th, 2017
- Located 180km south
of Salta, Cafayate is the winemaking heart of the Calchaquí Valleys.
Approximately 2% of the area is under vine at elevations from
1,700 - 3,200m above sea level, making it one of the highest,
most exclusive vineyard areas in the world. This refreshing
Torrontés is a pale yellow with shades of green, with
a delicate fruity aroma and a pleasing note of freshly mown
grass. Perfect as an aperitif, or with mild cheeses and simple
- This highly drinkable
Rosé is a blend of Russian River Pinot Noir with a
splash of Lodi Zin and some high-acid Russian River Grenache.
Fermented in 100% stainless steel, the wine has aromas and
flavors of bright cherry, watermelon, pink grapefruit and
orange rind, finishing crisp and dry. Pair with the “Roasted
Garlic” recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- Created in 2005,
Saint-Chinian-Roquebrun is a red wine appellation of the
Languedoc in southern France. Located only 20 miles from
the coast, the climate here is Mediterranean, and the vineyards
enjoy long, hot summers and relatively mild winters. A deep,
inky color, this GSM blend has a nose of crushed red fruit,
wild herbs and a hint of smoke. The palate is rich and ripe,
with a supple tannic structure and multi-layered texture.
Pair with any hearty and robust dish such as spicy liver
- Coming from the
warmer central vineyards in the high elevation Elqui Valley,
the Syrah is partially aged in French oak barrels and the
Carmenere is also partially aged in American oak. This is
a very fruit-driven wine that is juicy but not jammy. Aromas
and flavors are of intense, ripe blackberry and plum fruits,
with just the right touch of vanilla and spice. Pair with
grilled meats and Mediterranean dishes.
- Coming in at #45
on Wine Spectator’s latest “Top 100 List,” this beautiful
blend of Malbec and Bonarda, Argentina's two most widely
planted red grapes, is a deep reddish purple color, with
fruit. Big body yet very balanced, with luscious layers of
raspberry, cherry, and cocoa flavors. Just a hint of baking
spice at the end brings it all together. Try with any grilled
or smoked meats.
- One of the first
boutique wineries in Chile, this winery produces
Bordeaux-style Cabernets from the complex gravel vineyards
of the Macul area in Santiago’s Maipo Valley. Nice ruby red
color, with an elegant nose of fresh red fruit, cassis, and
spices. Nice structure and smooth on the palate, with red
fruit and a note of toasted oak. Soft, round tannins provide
balance on the long aftertaste. Pair with a juicy burger
off the grill!
of the Week
Chipotle Marmalade over Cream Cheese Served with Toasted
more specific information on these great wines,
or to taste for yourself, stop by the Tasting Room
at Wines by Jennifer this week. We look forward
to seeing you!