We’re right in the thick of the hottest part of the year and with no letup in sight, we’re pulling out a few stunners that will certainly ease the sting. This Saturday August 5th from 1-4pm Wine Club Members will be treated to FOUR excellent wines that are not only DELICIOUS but all come in under $20/bottle on the best discount! As you transition from the heat to CV’s iconic wood bar, subtle lighting, and of course nice cool A/C, here is the perfect oasis to taste/stock up on some wonderful vino. Want to invite a friend? Bring up to 2 guests per membership (i.e. ONE other couple) and they can taste for a nominal fee. Here is a sneak peek at what we are pouring and we’ll see you then!
Chappellet “Double C” Chardonnay 2014 (Napa Valley, CA)
Winery Tasting Notes: Winery Tasting Notes:
“Flavors of green apples and pear with hints of vanilla. True luxury in a glass.”
$21.95/bottle or $17.95/bottle on 6+
Winery Tasting Notes:
“Sun-lit Ectoplasm color. Beautifully balanced aromas of Anjou pear, Meyer lemon, spiced apple and almond cookies folled by a striking palate of cardamom and Key Lime pie.”
$17.95/bottle or $14.95/bottle on 6+
Winery Tasting Notes:
48% ZINFANDEL, 15% SYRAH, 14% MOURVEDRE, 8% GRACIANO, 8% CABERNET SAUVIGNON, 4% TOURIGA NACIONAL, 3% CARIGNAN
“Pours the color of darkest night. Heady aromas of blueberry pie, luxurious suede couches, ham paninis, unlit menthol cigarettes and roquefort tarts. Firm tannins anchor flavors of grilled meats, cherry cola, sweet carob and black licorice chews, all cased up together conveniently in a cigar humidor. Drink now. You know you’re going to, anyway.”
$24.95/bottle or $14.95/bottle on 6+
Winery Tasting Notes: “This Cabernet embodies an enticing array of ripe red and black plum, intermixed with notes of fresh red cherry. Characteristic of the appellation and 2014 vintage, the nose offers spiced potpourri with a touch of raspberry preserves. The addition of Syrah leads to a full and rich texture on the mid-palate, further accented by bright acidity from the Petit Verdot, sweet red fruit from the Merlot and luscious blackberry notes supplied by the Malbec. The soft and supple mouthfeel is supported by the complexity of sweet oak tannins and fresh fruit character, finishing with the juicy acidity that is characteristic of Horse Heaven Hills.”
Wine Spectator Notes: 90 Points
“Very firm and chewy, with underlying cherry, pink guava and grapefruit flavors rising to meet the challenge and prevail on the expressive finish. Best after 2018.”
If you can’t make this weeks tasting but are interested in purchasing some of these wines, feel free to respond to this email or contact me directly at 530.823.0320 x 105.