Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
- Rugged landscapes
and isolated areas are common on the French island of Corsica,
yet there is only one spot on the island that has earned
name “Desert” among Corsicans: the Agriate. This family boldly
moved there in 1987, taking over vines that had been planted
in 1966. Their organic AOP Patrimonio is 100% Vermentino.
Very textured in the mouth, with typical Corsican characteristics
and slight salinity.
- This is
a family-owned winery situated in the southern Tuscan town
of Massa Marittima. It is considered by many as one of
the top producers in the area of Maremma. This 100% Sangiovese
is vinified as a white wine, but without skin contact.
wine shows flowery aromas with fruity notes, making for
rosato that will pair quite well with the “Olive
Ball” recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- The owner of this
winery has been making acclaimed Oregon wines for nearly
30 years. Aromas of ripe
plums, mocha and a subtle, earthy, white peppercorn spice.
Dark spice and mission fig lead to a vanilla essence on the
palate. Ripe, fruit-driven texture from beginning to end,
perfectly framed by robust yet polished tannins, this wine
is great value for Oregon Pinot!
- This “Super Tuscan”
comes from the warm, windswept area of Maremma in southern
Tuscany. It spent 12 months in the barrique and four more
in the bottle before release. Intense and bright ruby red
color, with aromas and flavors of black fruits (plum, blackberry),
pepper, and licorice, with slight tobacco notes rounding
out the long and satisfying finish.
- The secret ingredient
in our hugely popular Wines by Jennifer® Wine Purses,
this South African Cabernet Sauvignon was discovered by Jennifer
and Don on their 2016 Cape Winelands tour. Deep red in color,
full-bodied Cab, with rich mulberry, plum and cassis notes
supported by soft tannins. Enjoy now as you discreetly pour
from your very own WBJ® Purse at your next picnic, tailgate,
movie, or other activity where prudence is required!
- The grapes for
Malvasia di Casorzo are cultivated in the town of Casorzo
in the province of Piedmont, and must make up 90% of the
blend in the sweet red wines of DOC Malvasia di Casorzo.
red color and slightly sparkling, the wine is very aromatic,
fine and intense, with balanced flavor and tannins. This
wine will make the perfect digestif at the end of
your next Italian meal!
of the Week
Chili Jam over Cream Cheese 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!