It’s 2019 and Friday Nights are for Tasting New Things with Old Friends! Join us from 5-7 p.m.
It’s free, friendly, and fun!
Belle Jardin Brut Sparkling Wine (France), $10.79/bottle by the case (Reg. $11.99) Exhibits light floral aromas with secondary toasty notes. On the palate, the wine displays a fine texture and bead with a lingering clean finish. Excellent as an aperitif or mixing for Kir Royale or Mimosas. Perfectly balanced, it combines an elegant flavor with an exhilarating freshness.
Matchbook Chardonnay 2016 (California), $11.69/bottle by the case (Reg. $12.99) 92 points – Wine Enthusiast – Luscious with rich tropical fruit characters. Straw colored with tropical aromas of mango and melon complemented by hints of toasty oak. Flavors of crème brûlée are mellowed by pineapple, pear and ripe melon. Lingering fruit driven finish with lovely notes of butter and toast. Excellent paired with panko crusted salmon, roasted pine nut chicken or wild mushroom risotto.
Duca Di Saragnano L’Opera 2015 (Italy), $16.19/bottle by the case (Reg. $17.99) Primarily Sangiovese and Syrah with splashes of Primitivo and Nero d’Avola. Deep red color, characterized by delicate purple hues. The bouquet reveals ripe red fruits and spicy aromas with peppercorn and cinnamon scents. Its round and harmonious texture with soft and structured tannins make it ideal for red meats, semi-matured and matured cheese and tasty pasta dishes.
Cosentino The Franc 2016 (California), $13.49/bottle by the case (Reg. $14.99) Deep crimson in color with spicy notes of fresh herbs and cloves on the nose. On the palate, intense flavors of fruit with hints of black pepper on the palate. Ends with great structure and long finish. Pairs with just about anything off the BBQ – for an elegant touch, try with roast duck with juniper berry com.
Baci Dolci Blonde (Italy), $9.89/bottle by the case (Reg. $10.99) “Sweet Kiss” in Italian, this slightly frizzante selection is straw yellow in color with aromas of peaches and orange blossoms with floral notes. In the mouth it is clean, sweet with peach and tropical fruit flavors, fresh acidity and smooth, tiny bubbles.
Paulaner Salvatore Double Bock (Germany), $2.11/bottle by the case (Reg. $2.35) Paulaner monks invented this bottom-fermenting double bock over 375 years ago. The caramel colored head and chestnut brown juice combined with a seductive flavor of cocoa gives a pleasing intensity on the palate. The finest Munich malt, rounded off by a light note of hops in the background.