Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
& Rosé Wines
- This tasty Vermentino
is crafted in honor of the wild boar that roams freely in the
vineyards of the Chianti Classico region. Straw-yellow color
with light golden hues, the wine shows complex floral aromas
accented by notes of peaches, sage, and rosemary. Persistent,
full, and well-balanced in the mouth, with typical Old World
minerality that pairs nicely with the “Petite Parmesan Baskets”
recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- The property is located
in the sunny Costieres de Nimes region of southern France.
Pale and delicate, the wine
gives raspberry and red currant aromas, with elegant, ethereal
floral notes. Crisp, light bodied, floral and dry, this rosé shows
a slight savory hint that provides interesting balance.
- Created officially
in 1961, Burgundy's Hautes Côtes de Beaune region dominates
the western slopes of Beaune. The vines cover an area of
680 hectares and produce red and rosé wine. This Pinot
Noir is a purple color with touches of violet, with notes
of morello cherry,
raspberry, crushed strawberry and violet. The round, silky
tannins and good acidity make for a very versatile food wine.
- This Monterey County,
California property is where the winery first planted vines
in 1972. Their cool
climate Cabernet shows sweet chocolate and mocha on the nose
with blackberry pie flavors on the palate. Round and smooth,
with perfectly integrated tannins, pair this lovely wine
with grilled meats off the BBQ.
- The bodega is
located in Alicante, an area of Spain with a very long winemaking
history. The blend is mostly Monastrell, but also
Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. The red
fruit bouquet is layered with subtle, earthy notes of a wet
forest floor, rich, dark chocolate, and smoky vanilla character.
Perfect with the “Black Forest Brownies” recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- Without Petite
Sirah, the California wine industry would look very different.
Since arriving from France in the late 1800s, PS has provided
the color, flavor and backbone to many of the state’s most
popular reds. This Monterey PS explores the more complex
aspects of this powerful grape. Typical, inky black color,
aromatics, commanding flavors and red velvet tannins. This
wine is definitely not for the faint of heart!
of the Week
Dates with Blue Cheese -
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!