Saturday, March 21, 2015

Wine Tasting - Saturday 12-3, March 21

12:00pm - 3:00pm

Your Host:
Special Guest Owner/Winemaker
Peter Spann
, Spann Vineyards

Ying - Yang Chardonnay/Viognier 2013 . . . $19.99Viognier has voluptuous aromas of dried apricots and peaches. We blend in Chardonnay to create a crisp, well-balanced, food-friendly, eminently refreshing wine that tastes like springtime in a glass.

 Mo Zin 2011 . . . $19.99This is a throwback to the way Zinfandel was originally made 100 years ago, as a field blend, which creates complex aromas and flavors as well as moderate alcohol for food-friendliness. Zinfandel 60%, Mourvedre 18%, Cinsault 10%, Petite Sirah 8% & Syrah 4%.

 Classic Four 2011 . . . $23.99The 2011 Classic Four is 45% Cabernet Sauvignon which gives the wine lovely red currant, cassis flavors and backbone, 22% Cabernet Franc adds raspberry and wild flower aromas as well as richness on the Palate, 13% Merlot adds a black cherry aroma and taste and 20% Petit Verdot gives it structure for all of these flavors to stand up in your mouth. 2011 Classic Four is meant for near-term enjoyment but will also gain in complexity over the next 3 to 5 years.

 Cabernet Saugvignon (Mayacamas Range) 2008 . . . $29.99
This is our ode to Bordeaux. It has the richness and complexity of mountain-grown fruit without the bitter tannins often found in mountain-grown wines. Aged 28 months in French oak barrels, this full flavored beauty has well integrated fruit with no rough edges.
80% Cab Sauv, 8% Petit Verdot, 8% Malbec & 4%Cab Franc.

 Mo Jo 2006 . . . $34.99

The 2006 Mo Jo is a blend of 48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 38% Sangiovese, and small amounts of Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Medium ruby in color, it offers aromas of spicy black currant fruit and earth. On the palate it shows dried red fruit, plum, anise, and minerals with a velvet texture. The tannins are firm but round, and the finish is long and satisfying.
The International Wine Review, 91+ points

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