Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
Madness: "Surviving Six"
of April 2nd, 2019
excitement is in the air, as our 16th annual
Wines by Jennifer® March Madness tournament
is now underway!
to play here,
follow the action here,
and get in the game today!
- This Chilean winery is
a partnership between an American family and two prominent
Chilean winemaking legends. Fruit is hand-harvested from
vines averaging 25 years of age. This 100% Sauvignon Blanc
from Curico Valley is a delicate pale gold color. On the
nose, aromas of lemon and fresh pineapple mingle with hints
of lavender. Bright and well balanced, this wine has clean
minerality and touch of lime on the finish.
- Known locally as
“Steen,” this South African Chenin Blanc shows peach, melon
and pineapple aromas. Ripe fruit is tempered by finely balanced
to give a mouth-filling, yet refreshing, palate. This exceptionally
versatile food wine pairs well with salads, vegetables, fish
and chicken. The hint of sweetness and a slightly fuller
body make it especially tasty alongside the “Spinach Artichoke
Dip” from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- Located in the
heart of Portugal’s Vinho Verde wine region, this family-owned
winery has been making wines since 1870. This estate-grown
blend of Loureiro (80%) and Alvarinho (20%) is bright and
juicy in the mouth. Stone fruit flavors underlay floral scents
of green fig and white grapefruit. Its maritime freshness
will pair well with shrimp and asparagus.
- This Pinot Noir
is a blend from various parcels of fruit located in the winery's
extensive estate vineyards in Marlborough. Smoky,
dark fruit aromas are tinged with nutmeg. An early hit of
strawberry and plum
mix with brambly raspberry notes. The mid-palate introduces
dried herbs and earth with a touch of caramel. Supple with
good volume and persistence, try with a stir-fry of cubed
lamb and eggplant.
- Chianti Classico
is the heartland of the Chianti wine region. It is the oldest
and most traditional viticultural area where the blend by
DOCG law must be a minimum of 80% Sangiovese. Riserva indicates
the wine has spent a minimum of 24 months aging, of which
three months must be in the bottle. Dark and fruit-forward,
with a beautiful profile of ripe, succulent cherry fruit,
it’s Tuscan sunshine in a bottle!
- The wine is produced
by one of Lodi's most well-regarded wineries. Produced with
fruit from vines averaging 35 years of age, this Syrah is
a rich, deep color. With enormous density and complexity
in the mouth, this tasty Lodi Syrah will definitely have
you reaching for another glass!
of the Week
Dates with Bleu 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!