TASTING :: APRIL 10, 2016


Yealands Sauvignon Blanc

New Zealand – $15.05

Ripe notes of passionfruit and guava, underpinned with aromas of fresh herbs and blackcurrant. The palate is brimming with zingy fruit that is balanced with a long, crisp mineral finish.


Custard Chardonnay

California – $19.25

On the nose you’ll fi­nd plenty of buttery, warm croissant notes with vibrant aromas of apricot jelly and vanilla complemented by a hint of toasted almond.  Fresh pear and apple favors take center stage while favors of brioche round out this full-bodied creamy Chardonnay.


La Maldita Garnacha

Spain – $10.25

Incredibly fresh and fruit-forward with notes of strawberries, tart cherries, spring flowers, and loamy soil undertones in a medium-bodied, pure format. Vibrant acidity and silky tannins make this an easy-drinking red.


Patio Yakima Valley Red Blend

Washington – $12.95

This wine has aromas of barrel spices, coffee, dark raspberries and herbs. It’s medium bodied with plump fruit flavors, tart acids and a lightly chalky feel.


Apaltagua Envero Gran Reserva Carmenere

Chile – $14.50

Red-violet in color, brilliant and vivid, our Apaltagua Gran Reserva Envero shows ripe blackberries, tobacco, and spices. It possesses a remarkable combination of ripe fruit notes and oak mixed with vanilla. Its flavor is juicy, full, and concentrated,highlighting the softness in the mouth and the raspberry and plum tannins with a touch of tobacco.


Criss Cross Petite Syrah

California – $15.05

Excellent density and richness, with the black fruit staying bold and upfront on the palate. It rounds itself nicely in the finish, staying grapey to the end.

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