New England Wine & Spirits
Saturday September 22
1:00 to 4:00
1. Cloudy Bay Sauv Blanc, Marlborough $29.99 Sale $25.99
In 1985, Cloudy Bay was among the first wineries to make Sauvignon Blanc in Marlborough on the South Island of New Zealand and remains among the best. A bright nose of lime and grapefruit leads to an elegant, concentrated palate revealing ripe, juicy stone fruit and lemongrass
Chicken casseroles, grilled swordfish, zucchini, summer squash and tomato stew
2. William Fevre Chablis, Burgundy $22.99 Sale $19.99
William Fevre's Champs Royaux Chablis is impressively precise, delivering a nose of citrus fruits, flowers, green apple and flinty flavors of wet stone in the mid-palate with a beautifully clean finish. Fresh, supple, it is marked by mineral notes, typical of the appellation
Shellfish menus, grilled fish, oysters and sushi; Chicken dishes with thyme or tarragon
3. Rodney Strong Chalk Hill Chardonnay $21.99 Sale $16.99
In 1977, Rodney Strong became the first winemaker to produce a Chardonnay with grapes from Chalk Hill in the Russian River Valley. Toasty vanilla and spice complexities, with an elegant fullness and creamy texture on the palate. The wine is creamy and crisp, with golden delicious yellow apple, baked pie spices.
Chicken Cordon Bleu, creamy vegetable pasta or grilled halibut.
4. Copain Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast $29.99 Sale $25.99
Although Copain is located in the Sonoma Coast, this wine is more reminiscent of Pinot
Noir from the Burgundy region of France. The winemaker studied winemaking in France which is why the wine is notable for the restrained style of the wine. This Pinot Noir has lovely tones of red berries, Bing cherries and vanilla with a silky texture.
5. Jack London Zinfandel, Sonoma Mountain $25.99 Sale $19.99
The Jack London Vineyard on Sonoma Mountain has long been recognized for its prized red wines and its Zinfandel is no exception. Ripe aromas of boysenberries, plum and blackberries combine with aromatic spicy notes of cinnamon cocoa nibs and white pepper. Rich, well-structured tannins provide an elegant mouthfeel and a long finish. now.
Perfect with all grilled foods from eggplants to butterflied lamb leg.
6. Pruno Ribera del Duero, Spain $21.99 Sale $17.99
Ribera del Duero has become one of the finest regions for red wine in Spain, and produces wines that
Have depth and complexity that exceed those of other Spanish Red and can cost in excess of $100.00.
Fortunately, this wine which is 90% Temmpranillo(Tinto Fino) and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, shares the
style and richness of other Ribera wines, but not their price.
Veal Chop, rack of lamb, stews of beans, tomatoes, and spices
Check out our other September In-Store Wine Specials