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White & Rose
- The grapes for
this 100% Simonsberg Chenin Blanc come from honey-gold bunches
harvested from the oldest and most prestigious single vineyard
the estate. Matured for 12
months in 225L French oak vats, the
wine is left on the fine lees for
the duration of the fermentation process. Perfect with the "Goat Cheese Torte"
from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- This family is
without question one of Sancerre’s leading winemaking
the family’s pioneering
work in identifying and exploring the region’s top terroirs, to their
position in biodynamic viticulture,
there are few if any artisans today in Sancerre as exacting or as respected.
The estate’s peerless older Sauvignon vines,
planted and cultivated by generations of family members, are cared for fastidiously.
- Here is another
“you will not believe the value available in Beaujolais”
wine. Fifth-generation family
winemaking, hand-picked, whole cluster, small lot, and punch-down “Burgundian
style” vinification make this Morgon a ridiculously tasty
and classy wine. Morgon is
said to be the king in
Beaujolais, producing the boldest and longest lived version of any of the 10
now or cellar over the next five
- In the Lodi area,
this winery has been earning a reputation as a
spot where discriminating vino buffs and casual wine drinkers alike can find
small lots of high quality wines.
Sangiovese is the grape varietal responsible for all great Italian Chianti wines,
but the exceptional balance of the Lodi Sangio grapes in
this bottle will have you reaching for more!
- The 8.5 hectares
of this château's estate vineyards are located on the
right bank of the River Dordogne, only two kilometers from
the famous plateau of Pomerol. The palate charms with its
highly supple and smooth
mouthfeel and its
beautiful roundness. It is well-structured, with dense, oaky and vanilla tannins
ending with a voluptuous finish.
- This Red Mountain
Cabernet comes from perhaps the best producer in all of Washington
State. It tastes a lot like Spring Mountain Cabernet, but
with the terroir-driven excellence of
Red Mountain. Black currant jam and dark cherry make up the core, but all of
lush dark fruit has lovely
notes of cedar, spice, chocolate mocha, and dried flowers interwoven
Lithe and polished as a
river stone, the structure is bold and long.
of the Week
Chutney 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!