Tuesday - Saturday
12 PM - 8 PM
Week of January 7th, 2020
- This lovely Italian
white wine takes it name from the beautiful, fortified, hilltop
town of Orvieto in Umbria. The Grechetto, Malvasia and Trebbiano
grapes are grown in the oldest production zone labeled “Classico.”
Light straw yellow in color, with a fresh and delicate yet persistent
bouquet. Elegant and soft in the mouth, there are typical almond
notes on the lengthy finish. Ideal with appetizers, fish courses
and lighter meats.
- Located in the northern
tip of the South Island, Marlborough is best known for its dry,
sunny climate and its amazing Sauvignon Blanc. Amazingly, this
area is now responsible for the production of 77% of all New
Zealand wine! Lively and fresh aromas of citrus and cut grass
jump from the glass to tantalize your taste buds. Clean and
crisp in mouth, with linear acidity balanced by citrus fruit,
cantaloupe and melon.
- With its 1200 hectares
of vineyards encircling the volcanic Mont Brouilly, Brouilly
is the largest and most southerly of the ten Beaujolais Crus.
The wines are more fruit-driven than many of the other Beaujolais
Cru wines, with plum and berry flavors dominating Gamay's
traditional floral character. Rruby/violet in color, with a
very fruity and aromatic nose of red berries and plums. Solid
structure and excellent balance make this versatile wine a wonderful
choice for the “Salmon Chowder” recipe from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- Pinot Noir produces
a heavily perfumed wine with typical scents of earth, spice,
cherries, strawberries, herbs and raspberries when ripe. This
Pinot from the south of France is a light to medium bodied wine,
with high acidity providing for extended aging. Intense, dark
berry aromas and flavors of blackberry jam, raspberry tart,
and toasted oak are supported by subtle notes of rose petal,
violets, and cherry cola.
- This rich and flavorful
Napa Cabernet Sauvignon abounds with red and dark fruit aromas
and flavors of plum, currant and blackberry. Nicely layered
and well-textured, this wine shows the power of what a great
Cabernet has to offer.
- This Paso Robles
red blend has nine, count 'em NINE, varietals: Cabernet Franc,
Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Mouvedre, Malbec,
Petit Verdot, and Barbara. This exceptionally dark-hued wine
captures your attention right out of the bottle, with its meaty
aromatics full of dark fruits and pepper. Finely grained and
textured in the mouth, with full flavors of dark chocolate,
berry pie, and white pepper notes expertly framed by firm tannins.
of the Week
Cream Cheese Topped with Marmalade Served with Toasted Baguettes