Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
& Rosé Wines
- Located just 30 minutes
from Barcelona, the estate dates back to 1548.
This white blend is made from Xarel-lo, Muscat, Garnacha Blanca
and Macabeu grapes, with a touch of Chardonnay. Complex and
layered with aromas of tropical fruit and brioche. The weighty
palate shows savory and nutty flavors balanced by apricot and
a touch of vanilla. Mineral complexity and bright citrus acidity
line the long-lasting finish.
- Provence’s Luberon
region is the land of light and color. The climate is Mediterranean
but strongly influenced by the altitude, with 320 sunny days
per year. This rosé blend of Syrah and Grenache presents
a nice pale salmon color with pink tones. Elegant aromas lead
to flavors of citrus with floral notes. Very lush and pleasant,
with a long and delicate finish.
- This smooth, fruit-driven
Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir is a vivid ruby-red color,
with assertive aromas of candied raspberry, cherry and spice.
on the palate, it offers juicy red berry and rose flavors
that deepen with air. The soft tannins build slowly on the
finish, making an excellent companion for the “Strawberry
Yogurt Bread” from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
Portuguese wine is a Touriga Nacional-Syrah blend that also
has a splash of Viognier. Deep garnet in color, the wine
is very sturdy with ample concentration. It has rose petal
character from the Touriga, with red currant,
chocolate and spice notes from the Syrah. Additional aromatic
lift from the Viognier makes for a very tasty and refreshing
- The D.O. Navarra
vineyards are on the lower slopes of the Pyrenees as they
descend toward the Ebro River basin. Previously renowned
mostly for rosado wines, the production of quality reds and
whites is now on the rise. This Bordeaux-style blend is fruity,
yet has a good mineral undertone that provides structure
and food-pairing versatility.
- Lirac wines have
been produced since pre-Roman times and were the favorite
wines of kings and the papal community in Avignon. This blend
of Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, and Mourvèdre is a dark
garnet color, with expressive red fruit and spice notes.
Drinking well now, but with excellent aging potential, try
with game stews, grilled meats, or strong cheeses.
of the Week
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!