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12 PM - 8 PM
Week of January 14th, 2020
wines are named for the ancient, fortified, hilltop town of
the same name. The indigenous Grechetto, Malvasia and Trebbiano
grapes used to make this delicious wine are grown in the oldest
production zone, known as “Classico.” Light straw
yellow, with fresh, delicate, and persistent aromas. Elegant
and soft on the palate, there are typical almond notes on the
long and satisfying finish. Ideal with appetizers, fish courses
and lighter meats.
- Located on the South
Island of New Zealand, Marlborough is the largest wine region
in the entire country in terms of production - nearly 77%! Lively
and fresh, with aromas of citrus and cut grass that leap from
the glass. On the palate, the wine is clean and crisp, with
bracing acidity balanced by citrus fruit, cantaloupe and melon.
Classic Kiwi Sauvignon!
- This 100% Willamette
Valley Pinot Noir is hand-picked and hand-sorted, then fermented
in small open-top stainless steel tanks. The wine is barrel
aged in 100% French oak for 10 months. By integrating fruit
from multiple locations, the wine gains in complexity, and a
gentle approach preserves the inherent qualities of the fruit.
- This acid-driven
Piemontese Barbera is full of ripe red fruit aromas and flavors,
with a fine line of minerality and silky tannins providing balance
and complexity. This wine is absolutely made for the “Swedish
Meatballs with Paprika Sauce” from our Wines
by Jennifer® Cookbook!
- This rich and flavorful
Napa Valley Cab is loaded with red and black fruit aromas. Flavors
of plum, currant and blackberry are nicely layered and well-textured.
Showing both power and grace, this is classic Napa Cabernet
- This red wine is
also from Napa, but with a twist: 42% Petite Sirah, 42% Zinfandel,
7% Carignane, 4% Syrah, 2% Barbera, 2% Grenache, and 1% Mourvèdre.
Dark garnet colored with aromas of fresh blackberry, plum and
anise followed by suggestions of tobacco and rosemary. On the
palate, it shows a full and round mouthfeel with flavors of
mixed berries, ripe cherries and a hint of pomegranate.
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