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Wine Talk 9/12-9/18!

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Wines of the Week!
Pacific Specifics II
Captivating wines from 
  Oregon & Washington 
2015 Lone Birch Pinot Gris
Lone Birch provides wonderful value for a small yield, 100% Estate Grown wine. The Pinot Gris is refreshing with an enticing bouquet of tropical fruit leading to a palate that is well-balanced, (fruit to acidity). There is a round mouthfeel with luscious flavors of pineapple, pear, and white peach and that great, clean finish we love about Pinot Gris. 

Sokol Bloser Revolution Red

This blend is complex, big, juicy and nothing short of exquisite with Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Syrah and a splash of Evolution Lucky No. 9. for lift (Sokol Bloser's white blend!) It's a friend to grilled meats, Italian red sauce dishes, pizza and even a fine ratatouille. A fun and fruity mouthful of easy-to-drink, food-friendly wine.
2013 Lone Birch Syrah
Marcus Miller launched this second label with the 2009 vintage, and he uses it to showcase the award-winning bounty from his family's four-generation farm near Prosser, Washington. Syrah is a newcomer to the lineup, and he juices it up with a splash of Grenache (4%). It's presented in a fruit-forward fashion with aromas of blackberry, dark blueberry, lilac and lavender with a whiff of smoky bacon, spice and cedar. It follows with juicy flavors of blackberry, blueberry and dark cherry. Nicely managed tannins, a pinch of herbs and elderberry in the finish make this an easy drinker. Only 1500 cases produced.

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