Wine Tasting 10/23/18

Posted in Hollywood Vine Events by hvine on October 18, 2018 No Comments yet

Tuesday October 23rd 2018
6-9 Pm No charge for Tastings

NV Lucien Albrecht Cremant Brut
Alsace, France
Lifted notes of ripe, juicy apple are foremost on the nose. They also shine on the palate, where they are countered by a fine, gentle and creamy mousse and lovely freshness. This is beautifully composed, understated, fresh and elegant. The dry finish shines with lemon and echoes long. 90 Pts Wine Enthusiast 90 Pts James Suckling
BTG $8.50 Retail $20.99

2017 Grove Mill Sauvignon Blanc
Marlborough. New Zealand
Tangy peach, mango and green apple flavors are intense and focused, with accents of lemongrass and fresh ginger. Harmonious on the long finish.. 90 Pts Wine Spectator
BTG $6.75 Retail $12.99

2015 Roth Pinot Noir
Sonoma, California
Displays bright fruit-forward aromas of black cherry and currant on the nose. Rich and full on the palate, its expressions of raspberry, Bing cherry and clove spices are balanced by sweet oak and lush tannins. Bold and complex in character, this Pinot Noir is indeed a direct expression of its Sonoma Coast origins.
BTG $9.50 Retail $23.99

2016 Odfjell Armador Cabernet
Maipo Valley, Chile
A ruby color with hints of violets. Red fruit such as stawberries and plums, as well as its well known aromas of liquorice, anis and a touch of vanilla, chocolat and champignon aromas. Perfectly balanced with ripe, fresh tannins and a long refreshing finish.
92 Pts James Suckling
BTG $6.75 Retail 12.99

2014 Kuleto Native Son
Napa Valley, California
35% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Zinfandel, 17% Petite Sirah, 15% Merlot, 10% Sangiovese
The 2014 Native Son smells like the heat of summer with its sun-baked berry, toasted nut, and blackened wood aromas. It is so evocative of these warm eastern hills of the Napa Valley in summer.The mouth is super-smooth, thick and incredibly deep. A perfect summer grilling wine. A perfect winter roasting wine. A delicious wine all the way around.
BTG $8.75 Retail $21.99

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