Wine Tasting 1/10/17

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Tuesday January 10th 2016
6-9 Pm No charge for Tastings

2015 Colimoro Pinot Grigio
Alto Adige, Italy
Crafted with Pinot Grigio grapes grown in the pristine Alto Adige slopes of Northeast Italy. Flavors of white peach, honeysuckle, and ripe melon perfectly pair with the refreshing acidity. Full-bodied, with great balance, length, and a sliced green apple finish. 88 Pts Wine & Spirits Best Buy
BTG $6.50 Retail $13.99

2015 Juan Gil Dry Muscat
Jumila, Spain
Light, green-tinged gold. Fresh melon, peach and kiwi aromas are complemented by jasmine and white pepper. Juicy, tightly wound pit fruit and honeydew flavors. Delivers a lot of juicy, refreshing fruit and comes off almost weightless on the long, intensely spicy finish. 88 Pts Wine Advacate
BTG $6.25 Retail $12.99

2013 Umberto Cesari Sangiovese Reserve
Emilia-Romagna, Italy
The Sangiovese grape from Emilia-Romagna produces wine that matures more quickly and possesses a richer fragrance than Tuscan Sangiovese. Umberto Cesari Sangiovese Riserva is vinified at low temperatures in stainless steel and aged in Slavonian and Italian oak barrels. An aromatic blend with notes of violet, this dry wine has a rich taste balanced with slight tannins and a harmonious, long finish.
BTG $8.25 Retail $19.99

2013 Aviary Cabernet
Napa County AVA Lodi AVA Sonoma County AVA
Deep ruby in color open- ing big with aromas of red fruit, vanilla, and black pepper, followed by soft notes of cherry cola, spice, bay leaf, maple syrup, and sweet cedar. The palate showcases flavors of vanilla, oak, and red fruits with a lingering finish.
BTG $8.00 Retail $18.99

2011 Waterbrook Reserve Merlot
Walla Walla, Washington
Chocolate and raspberry aromatics marry with an earthiness to deliver red fruit flavors and elegant tannins in this beautiful Columbia Valley Merlot. It finishes with burnt sugar, integrated oak and mouthwatering acidity. 91 Pts Wine Spectator
BTG $8.25 Retail $19.99

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