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The famous thick, gnarled and twisted old Zinfandel vines of Lodi in California’s Central Valley contribute to intensely concentrated flavors in the grapes. The wine is deep and rich, with bold, zesty aromas and ripe berry fruits on the tongue. Robust and exciting, it bursts with a spiciness that is met head-on by the premium French oak.
The addition of a bag of grape skins improves the finesse of this classic red.
Food Pairings: Steak and beef dishes, spicy ribs, pasta with meat sauce dishes, hard cheeses.
Aging: Recommended aging of over 4 months before consumption to mellow the tannins and smooth out the flavors.
Plum, black currant, and red berries with warm spice character, subtle cedar, and chocolate. Smooth and silky from start to finish.
The king of red grape varietals in all its splendid glory. A commanding red wine, this Cabernet has the trademark black currant and cherry flavors, but its true triumph is the subtle weave of complex flavor compounds that contribute to the overall experience.
Oak and tannins, pepper and spice – a splendid combination of structure and rich fruit that will dazzle from first aroma to long elegant finish.
Food Pairings: Flavorful beef dishes, including steak and roasts. Also, spare ribs and lamb, game dishes including pheasant and venison, firm cheeses such as cheddar, and hard cheeses such as Parmigiano and Romano.
Oak: Premium American toasted and French oak.
Aging: Recommended minimum aging of four months to mellow the tannins and allow full complexity to develop. Ideal after two years.
A sublime Merlot from California’s prestigious Napa Valley, where ideal climate and soil conditions and refined growing and cellaring techniques allow for consistent, high-quality treatment of grape varietals.
Harvested from the highly regarded Stag’s Leap District on the valley’s east bench, this Merlot is dry and medium-bodied with a soft, supple fruity palate of plums and red berries. Its characteristic spicy aroma, accentuated with light oak, leads to a rich, smooth, and mouth-filling flavor experience.
A must-try for Merlot lovers everywhere. Taste the amazing quality that California’s Napa Valley offers! A world-class Merlot from a world-class wine region.
Food Pairings: Beef dishes – steak, roasts, ribs, burgers. Poultry with rich sauces, lamb dishes, game birds, pasta with tomato sauces, hard, firm cheeses, hearty stews, and bean-based dishes.
Oak: Premium French and American oak.
Aging: Soft tannins allow enjoyment after three months. Ideal after six months to a year.
Located in Northeast Italy, just north of Venice. The Veneto stretches across most of the northern reaches of the Adriatic Sea. The Veneto is known to experience hot summers and cool winters, and thanks to its proximity to the sea, less extreme weather than other Northeastern regions. Silty, sandy soil prevails throughout the Veneto, with influences of clay and calcareous debris. The Veneto produces the most wine in volume in Northeast Italy.
The Wine: Deep ruby color with aromas of plum, smoke and spice. Rich flavors of dark fruit, chocolate, and cedar with lingering oak and a firm, long finish.
Food Pairing: Forza pairs wonderfully with braised meats and rich risottos. Avoid foods with spicy heat which will be amplified by the high alcohol. Choose a dish that is of equal weight so that it is not overpowered by the fullness of the wine.
Style: Bold Red
Loaded with ripe red cherry, blackberry and juicy plum, complemented with vanilla and spice notes. Rich and smooth with velvety tannins.
The great red wine of Argentina, this Malbec with is a medium/full-bodied, dry red wine with firm acidity, rich tannins and generous alcohol levels. Dark, inky purple color and ripe fruit flavors of plums, black cherry and blackberry give an almost jammy character on the palate. Definitely a wine for red meat, it is adaptable enough to stand up to spicy cuisines, such as Mexican, Cajun, Indian, Thai or Italian, working especially well with barbecue and other hard to pair meat-based dishes.
Bright ruby color with delicate aromas of red berry flavors. Medium bodied and supple with a hint of herbiness, the mouth feel is very elegant with soft tannins and a subtle oak finish. Vibrant and food friendly, this wine is excellent with salmon, roast beef and lamb.
The mysterious red wine of Chile. Thought to have been some sort of Merlot, until DNA testing in the 1990s found it to be Carmenere, imported from Bordeaux earlier. Now it is Chile's best selling red wine. Delightful raspberry, plum, and vanilla flavors.
Australia, one of the best places in the world to grow Shiraz grapes. This classic red has blackberry, sweet spice, and leather tastes.
This is one of my house reds. I just love it. This is a blend of Grenache/Shiraz/Mourvedre grapes, typical of the Cote du Rhone wines.
Mild, but full bodied delightful Rose` with
strawberry and raspberry flavors.
Premium White Wines
Delicate yet complex, Rieslings grown here offer pronounced ripeness while retaining acidity, showing fantastic floral aromas and flavors of peach and apricot, while still maintaining a crisp freshness. With a stunning balance of ripe fruit and crisp acidity, this is one white wine that delivers on all fronts.
Crisp green apple and ripe honeydew melon command this fresh and fruity Yakima Valley Pinot Gris wine with a velvety finish. This Pinot Gris pairs really well with fresh vegetables and lighter meals. Fish and shellfish are classic pairing partners. A versatile, food friendly wine could easily become your, "House White".
Chardonnay is a full-flavored rich white wine. With a complex structure, this wine has a crisp, mineral character and a refreshing floral aroma. A very well-balanced wine with toasty smoke and vanilla notes, and a complexity that improves with aging.
This slightly sweet blush favorite displays the trademark pink hues and a soft, refreshing taste that make it particularly enjoyable as a chilled delight on a summer afternoon. Must be tried to be be loved.
Semi Sweet Fruit Wines
Delicious peach and apricot flavors are blended with the world's most popular white wine variety for a thirst-quenching delight. Chardonnay quietly contributes a subtle dryness and perfectly balanced acidity, with hints of its own citrus and fruit flavors. The result is irresistibly refreshing and perfect for any occasion.
Kiwi-Pear is crisply tart and delightfully fruity, and will make your taste buds dance with joy. It’s wonderful for sipping chilled or poured over ice on really hot days, and can also be mixed into delicious party drinks. Like Sauvignon Blanc, with gooseberry and grassy notes, Kiwi fruits also grow on vines and have a luscious combination of pineapple, strawberry, and banana flavors which meld into the rich pear aromas to create this refreshing beverage.
Ruby red in color, this flavorful blend accentuates the qualities that make the Merlot grape varietal so appealing. The aroma and flavors of freshly picked, ripe raspberries merge with the lush richness of berries and fruit that naturally burst from the Merlot grape. Soft, supple and easy drinking - a true treat.
Sweet Dessert Wines
Sweet light red colored after dinner dessert wine. Reminds me of drinking fresh strawberry juice. Delicious!
This dessert wine is bursting with rich, intense flavors and aromas. Warm cherries and plums are supported by a racy zing of bright raspberry and luscious chocolate. The high alcohol level means a full bodied, sweet taste.
Sweetness: 7 (Sweet)