January 26, 2016

Red Wines:

Chateau Grand Francais Bordeaux…

Grenache and Syrah from the Barossa Valley in Australia.  This wine has a nice smooth aged quality to the wine.  Big and full bodied with red fruits.
Avante Mencia…
Mencia is the grape from the Bierzo region of Spain.  Best description of this wine is like a full bodied, smoky Pinot Noir.
Vecchia Cantina Rosso di Montipulciano…
Sangiovese and Caniolo from the Montipulciano region in Tuscany.  Light with fresh red fruits and the perfect amount of acidity to match it with food.
Geyser Peak Pinot Noir…
Jammy fruit driven Pinot Noir from the fantastic 2012 vintage.  This wine has power, but it is mellow all at once.
White Wines:
Bel Creme de Lys Chardonnay...
This wine goes through malolactic fermentation so it has the creamy texture and buttery notes but does not have the heavy oak so typical of that style.
Rochioli Sauvignon Blanc…
All Russian River fruit on this Sauvignon Blanc, yes that is right Sauvignon Blanc from the Russian River.  Only a few wineries in that region grow Sauvy, must try.
Le Pigionnier Dry Rose…
Dry Rose from Syrah and Cinsault grapes.  Beautiful red berry fruits from start to refreshing finish.
Cleebourg Pinot Blanc
Crisp, clean and dry Pinot Blanc from Alsace.  This is one of our favorite white wines at Rumbleseat, pairs well with many dishes or with another bottle of this wine.
 
Windisch Riesling…
Sweet red apple and stone fruits lead the flavor profile of this delicious and refreshing wine.  This is a German Riesling from the Rhine done in a Spatlese style

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