WINES OF THE WEEK
NEW SALE WINES!
Miguel Torres Vigno Carignan 2017
Region: Maule Valley, Chile
Tasting Notes: One of the first examples of Carignan in the region. Floral and fruity nose with underlying hints of oak. Broader on the dry palate with hints of bay and mint.
Food Pairing: Enjoy with grilled meats, soup, and paella.
Bouchon Superior Unoaked Chardonnay 2018
Region: California, USA
Tasting Profile: An unoaked Chardonnay with aromas of apple, lemon, and melon. Dry with a medium body. Flavors of apple and lemon zest on the palate.
Food Pairing: Great with maple ginger salmon, lobster, and salads.
Doga Delle Clavule Vermentino 2016
Region: Toscana IGT, Italy
Tasting Notes: Herbs, stone fruits, and meadow flowers on the nose. A fresh, lively palate with pear and peach mixed with some spicy and herbaceous notes. A light and crisp Italian white.
Food Pairing: Whitefish, cured meats, and pasta salad.
Allegrini La Grola 2014
Varietal: 80% Corvina Veronese, 10% Oseleta, 10% Syrah
Region: Verona IGT, Veneto, Italy
Tasting Notes: Intense plum and cassis notes with chocolate on the nose followed by hints of bell pepper and black pepper. Dry and fresh with firm tannins and subtle oak, tobacco, and coffee.
Food Pairing: Match this savory wine with a savory dish like beef and venison or roasted vegetables.
Wilde Farm, Alder Springs Chardonnay 2016
Region: Mendocino County, California
Tasting Notes: Cool climate vineyards 12 miles inland of the Pacific with sandstone soils. Bright citrus notes with a bit of wet stone and lemon zest.
Food Pairing: Pairs well with salmon, trout, lobster, and lemon cakes.
Amavi Cellars Semillon 2019
Varietal: 85% Semillon and 15% Sauvignon Blanc
Region: Walla Walla Valley, Washington
Tasting Notes: Aromas of honeysuckle, beeswax, passion fruit, and a touch of spice on the nose. Aged in neutral French oak. Dry with flavors of pear, apple, and lemon custard with refreshing acidity. Made with sustainably farmed grapes.
Food Pairing: Green curry dishes, scallops, and Manchego cheese.