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- The wine is produced
by one of the most renowned
in all of
Argentina. Semillon is a grape that is typically used in blends;
however, with the higher elevation and cooler temperatures
the acid levels rise to create a wine that is bursting
with mouth-watering goodness.
- This white
wine from the high-elevation Salta region is a pretty
grapefruit and floral aromas lead to a palate with a lovely
level of acidity showcasing a modern and fresh
of Torrontés, Argentina's signature white grape.
- The domaine covers
nine hectares on one of the best slopes in the Fleurie cru of
Beaujolais. Deep blackcurrant color with a hint of purple,
with aromas of crème
de cassis, black cherries, and a slightly nutty character.
Rich Gamay fruits of blackberry and black cherry in the
with zesty acidity. Beautiful in its youth, but also a wine
that will age quite gracefully.
- This Spanish producer
pays homage to Garnarcha, a variety that was relegated to
the background for many
but which is now returning
to the limelight. The vines are located on the north face
of the Moncayo Mountain on rocky soils with a high percentage
of slate and pebbles. Aged for five months in French oak
barrels, it features tobacco and wild berry notes, with fresh
mineral qualities adding complexity.
- This classic Lujan
de Cuyo Cabernet Sauvignon is red-purple in color, with a
complex nose of berries, spice, cedar, and chocolate. These
aromas carry through to the palate, delivering a rich, luscious
texture loaded with berry and cedar flavors. A well balanced
wine with a long, pleasing finish, serve with the “Beef Empanadas”
from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- Known as Durif
in its ancestral home of Montpelier, this Alexander Valley
version of Petite Sirah is red-purple in color, with a complex
nose of berries,
spice, cedar, and chocolate. The rich, luscious texture in
the mouth is loaded with berry and cedar flavors.
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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!