List of Wines
Chateau de Ribebon Bordeaux Superieur 2016
Intense color, shiny ruby reflections. Aromas of red and black fruit. Ripe and concentrated tannins. Complex and sophisticated wine, well balanced throughout the tasting. Generous volume, full bodied and rich and elegant taste. The tasting reflects the expression of the terroir and the quality of the grapes.
Alsace Willm Riesling Reserve 2018
Pale yellow with golden hints. Nice aromatic intensity, citrus and white flowers notes. Straight forward, fresh, good acidity, good persistence, citrus notes. Pair with crustaceans and shellfish, fresh, smoked, grilled or en terrine fish, sushi's, sashimi's, white meats or poultry in cream sauce, sauerkraut, goat cheeses.
Chateau Montaud Cote de Provence Rose 2019
A classic Cotes de Provence rose: dry, crisp, and refreshing, full of fruit and ideal for anytime. Traditional growing methods are given priority and include ploughing to ventilate the soil and using organic farming rather than chemicals and artificial processes. This pretty Provencal rose is easily paired with light salads, pastas, and rice dishes. It is also especially great with raw or lightly cooked shellfish, grilled fish and goat's cheeses. Perfect for hot weather drinking.
La Chapelle du Bastion Picpoul de Pinet
Brilliant with pale yellow with green hues. The nose has hints of citrus fruit and white fruity like peach. The palate is fresh and lively attack, notes of grapefruit and lemon. Persistent freshness on the finish.
Pairs well with aperitif, seafood, oysters, shellfish, and fish.
Woodbridge Pinot Grigio
The wine has an elegant silkiness on the palate that is said to come from the "invisible pigment" of this unique grape. Pinot Grigio is a cousin of the Pinot Noir grape and was first identified in the 14th century in Burgundy. This intriguing variety changes colors in different soils and climates, developing a myriad of seductive nuances. The names Pinot Grigio (in Italy) and Pinot Gris (in France) both mean gray Pinot, referring to the grape's color that ranges from grayish blue to copper hued.
19 Crimes Hard Chard
Straw yellow. Lifted aromas of stone fruits, peaches and cream, and spicy oak. Notes of melons coupled with stones fruits all carried onto the palate and supported by a creamy oak backbone. The fruit sweetness is balanced by the acidity which drives the lingering finish of butterscotch and spice.