Friday, April 7th from 4-7 p.m. – We’re pulling the corks on some rocking good wines this Friday and you’re invited! Stop by the store to sample the new vintage of Barnard Griffin’s award winning dry rose followed by an honest and easy-going Barbera. And we’ll finish up with the new release of Alto Moncayo’s massive Veraton Garnacha — we won’t pour this one again, so don’t miss your chance to try this “Gargantuan Garnacha!” It’s guaranteed to be a rocking good time featuring some rocking good wines! All you have to do is stop by, taste the wines, stock up and save big! Can’t make it by, but want to place an order? Just email us at email@example.com.
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1. 2016 Barnard Griffin Sangiovese Rosé (Columbia Valley, Washington) – It’s back and it’s another fantastic wine from Rob Griffin. Taste for yourself why Barnard Griffin Rosés have won eleven Best of Class and numerous gold awards at prestigious wine competitions since our first Rosé release in 2002. 100% Sangiovese fermented completely dry in stainless steel, this will make fans of this wine happy. Bursting with ripe raspberry, strawberry, and orange zest, it is ripe yet bursting with refreshing acidity.
2. 2014 Bricco dei Tati Barbera (Piemonte, Italy) – Italian native Emanuele Gaiarin and his American-born wife Mary Beth purchased this rustic estate in the hills of Langhe in 2006. With it came an old farm house, some old vineyards, 8 large cement fermenting tanks, and a 100 year old grape press. The couple make honest, natural wines that are both charming and delicious, and their Barbera has become a customer favorite. Light, low in tannin, and popping with bright red fruit and subtle earth notes, it is an absolute joy to drink.
3. 2014 Alto Moncayo Veraton (Campo de Borja, Spain) – Hit the reset button! We’re moving into a whole new breed of wine with this one! A joint venture between importer Jorge Ordonez, Bodegas Borsao, and winermaker Chris Ringland, this is Grenache on some serious steroids. From 30 to 50 year old vines, the grapes are picked late and then aged for 16-18 months in primarily new French and American oak. The result is a wine that will coat every square inch of your palate with flavors of ripe boysenberry, blueberry, vanilla, and exotic spice.