We all know what these three letters represent - that time of the year where, kids or no kids, our minds are geared to the Back To School season. Lots of shopping, hustling and preparing.
So, take a breath. Come and try some wine. It’s a free tasting from 3 to 6.
Tattoo Girl Rose - 2018 - Columbia Valley, Washington
“This Rosé offers a refreshing style with flavors of strawberry & watermelon; it wine has well-balanced minerality, soft acidity & a long finish complimented by aromas of strawberries and melon delivering vibrant aromas and flavors of strawberry, kiwi, Skittles candy, guava and citrus. The palate is brightened by lively acidity. It's a cornucopia of fruit that is captivating.”
Knuttel Family Chardonnay - 2017 - Kate’s Pas de Deux - Russian River Valley- California
“This bright, expressive wine is well-articulated with flavors of lemon custard, tropical fruits, & orange blossom. A viscous, firmly structured palate adds notes of nutmeg, ripe lemons & spicy oak, all merging in an elegant finish. Besides being delicious, is how rich it is as well as the ripe tropical fruit quality. Expect baked golden delicious apple smothered in butter along with spicy oak & lemon custard.”
Niner Wine Estates - 2016 Red Blend - Paso Robles, California
“On the nose bright red fruit is infused with cozy aromas baking aromas of toasted sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. This palate is instantly gratifying, following up the warmth of the nose with a full bodied and fruit driven finish accented by soft tannin, and excellent acid that provides structure and contrast.”
Knuttel Family Cabernet Sauvignon - 2017 - Sebastian’s Infinite Limits - Sonoma, California
“Eighteen months of aging in French oak, 30% of it new. Aromas of black cherry and ripe plum mesh with blackberry spice and violets. Flavors explode on the palate, with velvety tannins and elegant acidity seamlessly integrated into the finish. The balance of the wine makes it extremely versatile, pairing equally well with salads and cheeses as well as grilled vegetables and roasted red meats.”