WINES OF THE WEEK
WINES ON SALE!
Gradis Ciutta Collio Friulano 2016
91 points Wine Enthusiast
Region/Appellation: Collio, Italy
Tasting Notes: Wild flower, honeyed nut, and mature yellow-stone fruit aromas continue on to the structured palate along with the orange zest. It closes on a pleasant note of bitter almond that lingers on the finish.
Pairing: Salads and roasted green vegetables
Revelshine Rosé 500ml Aluminum Can! 2020
90 Points Wine Enthusiast!
Variety: 50% Syrah, 27% Mourvèdre, 20% Grenache and 3% Grenache Blanc
Region: Russian River Valley, California, US
Tasting profile: Aromas of strawberries, raspberries, dried flowers, and herbs. It’s refreshing, slightly savory, and decidedly not one-note. And of course it looks good on the ‘gram
Scene paring: Sun kissed terraces, beachside views, a crisp breeze on the deck of a boat
Day Wines Hock & Deuce Syrah 2016
Varietal: Syrah and Viognier
Region: Applegate Valley, Oregon, U.S.
Tasting profile: Co-fermented Syrah and Viognier. The Viognier elevates the fruit and cuts the sharpness of the Syrah. Notes of black cherry, blackberry, dried violet, and subtle leather.
Food pairing: Pork, duck, poultry
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: White fish, cured meats, and pasta salad.
Mary Taylor Agenais Rosé 2020
Varietal: 20% Cabernet Franc, 80% Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting profile: Picked fresh (12.9% alcohol) for rose and aged a bit in old casks, this is redolent of red currants, fresh cherry, tangy watermelon, orange blossom, and lime leaf. It feels generous in the middle and finishes with dusty minerality and a nice sense of grip. It's fun to drink, refreshingly dry, and a heck of a deal.
Food Pairing: Seafood, especially salmon, pesto, veggie pizza, and of course brie.
Famille Guibert Mas de Daumas Gassac Rose 2020
Varietal: Carignan, Cinsault, Grenache
Region: Pays d'Hérault, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Tasting profile: Harvested by hand from organic vineyards. Fermented 5 to 6 months in steel. Salmon pink color. An intense nose of red berries. Dry on the palate with notes of strawberries and red fruits.
Food pairing: Good with smoked salmon, grilled vegetables, pizza, and Thai curry dishes.