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- The grapes are
grown in the Swartland region which hugs the wild West Coast
of South Africa. The blend varies with each vintage, but
Chenin Blanc is always the workhorse. Chardonnay contributes
of dried peaches, apricots and ripe citrus, while Viognier
brings some spice and palate length. Pair with the “Chilled
Seafood Dip” from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- This winery has
been quietly producing small production, hand-crafted wines
Valley for over 30 years.
Made entirely from whole cluster-pressed Merlot, Cabernet
Franc and Zinfandel, this limited production rosé has
a perfume of fresh, wild strawberries, peaches and notes
ruby red grapefruit. A luscious mouth feel with bright acidity
and a beautiful, long finish complements a wide variety of
- Located in the
beautiful Tuscan countryside, this estate is a historic
17th-century farm with a long wine-making history. This 100%
Sangiovese comes from the west-facing, low-yielding
estate vineyard in the heart of Chianti. Bright cherries
meld with notes of wild Tuscan undergrowth to provide a very
that would be perfect for your next pizza dinner!
- Barbera is the
most widely cultivated grape varietal in Piedmont. It is
usually considered to be an everyday wine, but can also be
saved for special occasions. This wonderful example from
Alba is an intense, ruby-red color with garnet hues. Full-bodied
smooth, it shows aromas and flavors of Morello cherry and
slight violet hints. Mild tannins and bright acidity make
this a very versatile food wine.
- Nero d'Avola is
Sicily's classic indigenous red varietal. Deep, bright, ruby
red color with intense violet hues. On the nose, rich sensations
of red plum and cherry, with hints of Mediterranean underbrush,
black pepper and eucalyptus. On the palate, the wine is invigorating
and cohesive, displaying richness and depth with well-balanced
tannins that are lively yet soft. Pair with rigatoni pasta,
roasted pork, or rack of lamb.
- A classic Right
Bank blend of 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, this
Bordeaux rouge is an opaque, ruby-red color. Aromas
of freshly crushed red berry fruits and underlying notes
and violets. In the mouth, traces of Mirabelle plum skins,
spice, and some good mineral notes with vague hints of wood
all team up to provide a taste sensation that will have you
reaching for more!
of the Week
Jam over Cream Cheese Served with Toasted Baguettes -
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!