Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
- The home ranch is
a 300-acre vineyard located on the Sonoma side of the Carneros
The cooling sea breezes off the San Pablo Bay are perfectly
suited for Pinot Grigio as well as Chardonnay, two grape varieties
that thrive in this special vineyard. Vibrant aromas of lemongrass,
elderflower, citrus and honeysuckle. Complex flavors of nectarine,
tropical flower and citrus are followed by a clean mineral
- Grapes come from
the producer's magnificent 8-acre vineyard in the Sebastopol
Hills, one of the most prime locations in Sonoma County. Aromas
of stone fruit and citrus, with a mouthfeel that is a contrast
of zingy lime, perfect viscosity, and subtle tannins that add
texture. Serve this Pinot Gris with the “Baked Goat Cheese
with Baguettes” recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- Grapes for this rosé come
from the winery's estate vineyard, where the 100+-year-old
Mourvedre vines grow in deep sand-soil along the delta of the
San Joaquin and Sacramento Rivers in Contra Costa County. Pleasant
aromas of red currant, strawberry,
and fresh plum lead to a medium-bodied palate with layers of
cherry and plum. The finish has notable freshness and length.
The perfect summertime aperitif!
- This artisanal,
specialized producer of Barbera d’Asti has a simple philosophy:
only the best vineyard practices and
the outmost attention to detail in winemaking. This wine
has intense aromas of dark berries and plums, with a full
and harmonious palate with integrated tannins and persistent
finish. Enjoy with beef, short ribs, sharp cheese, savory
risotto and ravioli.
- 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.
- The wine is crafted
with a blend of Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre and Counoise from
Santa Ynez Valley. Bright, floral aromas are followed by
red fruits and spices on the palate. A nice mouthfeel and
flavors through the long finish. This very elegant blend
shows excellent acidity which keeps the wine bright and helps
to extend the very long finish. Enjoy now or through 2025.
of the Week
Artichoke Dip 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!