Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
of May 16th, 2017
of Armed Forces Day, active U.S. Military will receive
their tasting with our compliments and gratitude.
- This Spanish wine
is named for a rocky, steep vineyard that slopes down to
the Atlantic Ocean in the Getariako de Txakolina
DO in Basque Country. Very dry and minerally, it's made from
the Hondarrabi Zuri (white) and Hondarrabi Beltza (red) grapes.
is generally known for searing acidity, but the wines produced
in the Getariako region have less acidity and fewer green
notes than other Txakoli DOs, making them more versatile.
- Named for its location
on a ridge in the Chehalem Mountains AVA, this winery produces
a distinctive single-vineyard rosé that rests
on its skins for 48 hours, giving the wine its rich cherry
hues and rounded texture. Dry, deeply fruity, and suitable
any number of food pairings, such as roast chicken or moules
- The winemaker has
been seeking out vineyards throughout Spain that best reflect
the essence of Garnacha. This vibrant offering comes from
old vines grown on the north-facing slopes of the Moncayo
in the Ebro Valley of northern Spain, and spent a short time
in oak. Juicy and fresh, it is loaded with wild berry and
spice flavors. Try with the “Cheese Ball with Raspberry Balsamic”
from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- The family
has owned this Lussac-St.-Emilion property since 1971, but
the history of the château dates back to at least the
18th century. All 12 hectares of the clay and limestone vineyards
organically. The wine is 95% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc
aged in French oak barrels, 20% of which are new. Rich, silky
texture, with polished tannins, freshness, and a ripe, mineral-driven
finish with a touch of dark chocolate, spice and earth.
- The soul of this
outstanding bodega is expressed through varied terroirs
with vines planted at differing
elevations in only the best regions of Mendoza.
The wine is 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Malbec, with
red and black fruit aromas and mild, spicy hints of black
pepper and vanilla. Fresh, elegant and complex, with a persistent
- Zinfandel has been
in California since the 1850s and is America’s true heritage
varietal, like Pinot Noir is to Burgundy or Cabernet Sauvignon
is to Bordeaux. This Zin is made with hand-harvested fruit
from old bush vines ranging from 50 – 105 years old located
in the Dry Creek and Russian River Valley AVAs. Layers of
richness and complexity wrap around a core of wild strawberry
and raspberry. Aromas of mocha, espresso, violets and ripe
red berries, with rich flavors of strawberry, blackberry,
and hints of licorice-laced black pepper.
of the Week
with Pita Chips -
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!