Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
- Grüner Veltliner
is the signature grape of Austria, and by far the nation's
most widely planted wine grape. This is an intense and concentrated
wine offering pleasant citrus and grapefruit aromas, exotic
tropical fruits, and a hint of freshly ground white pepper.
Medium-bodied and dry, with a firm mineral backbone and crisp
acidity, try with the “Iowa Hot Artichoke Dip” from our Wines
- Planted in 1983 on
the sandy, limestone-rich clay soils of Beaujolais, the vines
are organically farmed, and the fruit harvested by hand. The
grapes are destemmed, crushed and fermented with natural yeasts
in vat. This Chardonnay goes through malolactic fermentation,
its lees stirred periodically, and is aged in steel and concrete
tank until bottling. A rare U.S. sighting of white Beaujolais!
- The fragrance of
this Barossa Valley bush-vine Grenache is saturated with brooding
plum, red fruits, dark cherries and
perfumed berries. The palate is richly textured, fleshy, round
and supple, with a red juiciness that merges into velvety tannins.
Unique to this South Australia winery is their Nursery Program,
established in 1975 to provide varietal, clonal and rootstock
wine growers throughout the country.
- This Rioja red
blend begins with an inviting aroma of raspberry, black cherry,
red licorice, and a little vanilla. Taking a sip reveals
a soft, smooth and tasty medium-bodied wine with great balance.
Nothing is over the top, it all just works together really
well. Tart fruit, fine tannins and gentle touches of spice
build on the mid-palate and lead into the dry finish.
- This Cab offers
up aromas of wild fruit, briar patch, plum and blackcurrant.
The palate opens to a juicy, lush, medium-bodied mouthfeel
where the aromas ring true with bright fruit character and
crushed herb, pencil shavings and spice flavors. The wine
reflects the cooler climate style of Mendocino County: elegant
with a rich texture and integrated, smooth tannins. Aged
American oak and some French oak.
- This Petite Sirah
is crafted by the oldest operating winery
in Lodi, California,
back to 1934. The area’s uniquely Mediterranean climate, with
warm days and cool evening breezes, is ideal for the cultivation
of world-class Petite Sirah. With touches of fig, cocoa and
licorice, the wine has a very interesting and lingering finish.
Pair this wine with chicken or beef fajitas, as well as any
of the Week
Croissant Served with Brie & Fresh Fruit -
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!