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- Vernaccia is a
form of the Italian word Vernaculo, meaning "common" or "indigenous." It
has been used in several wine regions around Italy to refer
to a number of entirely unrelated grape varieties. Vernaccia
di San Gimignano is Tuscany's only white wine to have reached
the lofty heights of Denominazione di Origine Controllata
e Garantita (DOCG) status. Clear straw yellow color, with
a fine, fruity and flowery nose of white peach and acacia
flower. The palate is dry, fresh, soft, medium-bodied, and
- Cotes de Provence
is France’s premiere rosé
growing region. This wine is a blend of red varietals Grenache,
Syrah, and Cinsault.
On the nose, a slight floral aroma shines through to bright
fruit. The palate is bright and fresh with underlying notes
of fruit and juicy acidity. Perfect with the “Roasted Garlic”
recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- While it may not
be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Italian
reds, there is a fair amount of Pinot Nero grown in the northern
climes of the country. This Pinot Noir hails from Venezie
in the extreme northeast, and displays some earthiness,
delicate tannins, and bing cherry on the tongue. Nice acidity
drives the long and pleasant finish.
- This highly acclaimed
winery is located in Coonawarra, one of Australia’s best
Merlot districts. This is a textbook example of Merlot from
the area’s famed terra rossa soils, with its signature cassis
characteristics and hints of that classic Coonawarra earthiness.
This wine is medium-bodied, with blackcurrant flavors framed
by lovely, soft tannins and a long, lingering finish.
- This Italian red
blend features some of the finest grapes of Italy. Dark red
color with violet hints, with aromas of cherry, blueberry,
chocolate, and ripe, dark fruits. On the palate, you will
find a juicy, silky wine, with well-integrated notes of oak.
In the mouth, the wine is balanced, complex, and long!
- This 100% Syrah
is produced with Yakima Valley fruit in the heart of Washington's
Columbia Valley. The wine opens with aromas and flavors of
blueberries, violets, black currants, and plum. Additional
nuances of black pepper, minerality and spice complement
the intense blue fruit flavors. Refined tannins wrap around
a smooth, refined and delicate core. Yum!
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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!