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Madness - Surviving Six!"
of March 27th, 2018
excitement is in the air, as our 14th annual
Wines by Jennifer® March Madness tournament
is now underway!
to play here,
follow the action here,
and get in the game today!
Rosé & White Wines
- This family is a
pioneer of the coastal Leyda Valley in Chile. The wine is
fruit from vineyard blocks that overlook the Pacific
a blend of 93% Pinot Noir and 7% Grenache fruit completely
picked and selected by hand. Aromas of raspberry and tangerine
with a mineral finish. Good balance and texture with fresh
acidity all add up to a great food wine!
- Less than 90 minutes
from Rome, Orvieto is one of the most striking, memorable,
and enjoyable hill towns in central Italy. This wine is a blend
of mostly Grechetto and Trebbiano, plus some Malvasia. Light
straw yellow, with a fresh, delicate and persistent bouquet.
Elegant and soft in the mouth, with typical almond notes throughout
the finish. Pair with the “Olive Ball” recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc presents classic Marlborough aromatics
of lime zest, grapefruit, and
lychee. On the palate,
you’ll find refreshing, clean citrus notes of zesty lime and
ripe grapefruit, with lively minerality and acidity creating
great balance and complexity. Pair with the “Goat Cheese Torte”
from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- Toro means “bull”
in Spanish, and while it is unclear exactly how this name
came about, the bull is nonetheless a fitting symbol for
the typically robust and powerful Toro red wines. This 100%
Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo) is inky and dense, with earthy
aromas that evolve into rich, sweet berry fruit. Good liveliness
and chewy tannins, with a flavor profile of blackberry and
cassis that is spot-on Toro.
- This acclaimed
Aussie winemaker sources all of his fruit for
this label from
the Ebenezer district in the northern Barossa, a sub-region
many experts cite as the finest in the Valley. This traditional
Barossa blend of Shiraz and Grenache shows aromas of blackberry,
eucalyptus, vanilla and just a hint of balsamic. Full body,
acidity and a fresh finish all combine to provide a most
enjoyable tasting experience.
- Grapes are sourced
from vineyards throughout California’s Central Valley. The
winery makes but one wine, so 100% of their time, resources
revolve around it. Rich and elegant, with spicy,
meaty flavors of black pepper and beef broth that blend with
substantial fruit flavors. Medium-bodied, dry and sophisticated,
it’s well balanced and almost a meal in itself!
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!