Tasting Notes August 8, 2015
Wednesday, August 19, 2015 at 12:26PM
David Gallery

Before the festivities begin this evening, come enjoy some wine with us, 1-7pm

Berger Gruner Veltliner $16.49
This light, refreshing white makes an excellent introduction to Gruner Veltliner. An excellent value that's an easy pairing for a wide array of foods, Berger Gruner Veltliner has a pleasant acidity, a delicious palate of citrus and stone fruits, and a hint of minerality.

Cape Point Stonehaven Sauvignon Blanc $15.49
Flavors of tropical fruit, limes, grapefruit, freshly cut grass and peppers dominate the nose following through to a zesty lively palate. It is best enjoyed on warm summer days with fresh oysters, line fish or just on its own.

Loosen Up Dornfelder $12.49
What do you get when you cross the world famous winemaker Ernst Loosen with surf and skateboard artists the Froelich brothers? The answer is a fruity and provocative red wine from the Dornfelder grape, which is the second-most planted red grape in Germany. Perfect for a night in, a night out, dinner with friends (or after they leave), barbecue or just to Loosen Up.

Elderton Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon $20.49
Comprised of 90% Shiraz and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, this Australian red blend is medium in body as well as clean and juicy. It has aromas of plum, cherry and cassis. It spent a short stay in older American and French Puncheons.

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