Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
- This South African
Sauvignon Blanc has prominent gooseberry, green fig, and
guava aromas. Elegant
in the mouth,
displaying these same
fruit flavors, along with a bit of asparagus and lime.
Time on lees has given this wine a waxy, smooth mouthfeel,
yet it retains its refreshing, citrus-like acidity.
- This Mosel estate
is managed by a talented father/son team with a
philosophy that quality starts in the vineyard with restrained
pruning, hand harvesting, and careful cultivation of vineyard
soil. Light yellow green color, with scents of herbs and stone
fruits. Moderately sweet, with fresh fruits and a lively acidity.
Pair this off-dry Riesling with the “Iowa Hot Artichoke
Dip” from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- This Piedmont cooperative
was founded in 1959 by a small group of vineyard farmers in
communes of Vinchio and Vaglio Serra. Out of style for many
years, Arneis attained a cult-like status in the 1960s as the
fashionable wine to pair with seafood in upscale restaurants
on the Ligurian coast. Aromas of white flowers with fresh hints
of apple and hazelnut. An elegant body with a nice acidity
and gentle tang leading to a lingering, dry finish.
- Bordering the Moulin-à-Vent
appellation, the domaine covers nine hectares on
one of the best slopes in the Beaujolais Crus. Deep blackcurrant
color with a hint of purple, with aromas of crème
de cassis, black cherries, and a nutty character. Rich and
full of lovely Gamay black fruits in the mouth, finishing
with zesty acidity. Although beautiful in its youth, this
is also a wine that ages gracefully.
- The château
is a single-plot estate vineyard near the Loire Valley town
of Saumur that is farmed biodynamically. A restrained fruit
nose, with classic Cab Franc notes of bell pepper and a chalky
freshness. Lovely, soft texture with silky tannins and elegant
acidity that are well balanced. Great depth and structure
make this delicious wine excellent now or over the next 6-10
- This outstanding
Chianti Classico springs from biodynamic vineyards and a
non-interventionist winemaking style. Aromas
of red and black cherry, ripe wild strawberry, orange peel,
rosemary, leather, and earth. Medium-bodied and fresh, it
has an ideal sweet/savory dynamic through the long and aromatic
of the Week
Italian Bruschetta -
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!