New England Wine & Spirits
Saturday June 23
1:00 to 4:00
1. Hanna Sauvignon Blanc, RRV $18.99
If you think that the Russian River Valley is just for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, then you’ve
never tasted Hanna Sauvignon Blanc. Founded in 1985 in Santa Rosa, it has become the preeminent Sauvignon Blanc in their region of Sonoma County. Aromas of Freestone peach, nectarine, mango, and pink grapefruit peel. Balanced flavors of stone fruit, tangerine zest, and guava with a surprisingly well-rounded yet refreshing mouthfeel.
2. Chalk Hill Sonoma Coast Chardonnay $19.99
Aromas of yellow apple, melon, citrus zest and mango meld beautifully with notes of toasted hazelnut and vanilla custard from the oak aging. Pure and rich with an elegant palate, it displays fruit-forward flavors of golden apple, nectarine, and guava with subtle hints of butterscotch. This Chardonnay has remarkable varietal intensity, balanced acidity and mineral notes.
3. Summer Water Rose $17.99
A blend of Grenache and a small amount of Shiraz, this medium bodied Rose from California
shows flavors of strawberries, raspberries and stone fruit. The perfect summer refresher; eminently quaffable!
4. Sancerre Rose, Jolivet $22.99
The Sancerre Rosé is made entirely from Pinot Noir and is a blend of direct press and "saignée" production methods. It has a pale salmon pink color with a subtle nose of fresh berries. On the palate, the wine is delicate and elegant with layers of herb and strawberries with a clean, crisp finish.
5. Dolcetto d’Alba, Carnevale $13.99
Giorgio Carnevale is a third-generation winery that focuses on the traditional and purest form of winemaking in the Piedmont region. A dolcetto with a typical bouquet of wildflowers and sweet violets, it is followed with rich, smooth raspberry flavors. Well balanced acidity and young tannins lend this wine to a wide variety of pasta dishes, white meat and antipasti.
6. Ogier Artesis Cotes du Rhone Rouge $16.99
After 150 years as a winery, Ogier is getting very good at what they do. The Cotes du Rhone Rouge
is a blend of Grenache(75%), Syrah(20%) and Mourvedre(5%). The aromas of black cherry and wild berries are followed by flavors of concentrated blueberry and herbs of Provence and hints of licorice on the long finish.
7. Lincourt Lindsay’s Pinot Noir $21.99 $17.99
Santa Rita Hills in the Central Coast of southern California has a cool yet sunny climate has that made it one of the best areas for producing great Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. There’s a refreshing herbal quality to the aroma, like juniper and jasmine tea, which combines with bright flavors of black raspberries, plum and cherries to offer a delicious and aromatic Pinot Noir.
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