Friday, March 14, 2008

Wine & Beer Features

Single Vineyard Selection– 2006
Vionta, Rias Baixas, Spain

Thanks to the brilliant foresight of German monks about 500 years ago, Albariño (a cousin of the Riesling varietal) was planted in northern Spain. The wine is fresh, zesty and citrusy. It has a gorgeous acidity with a variety of breakfast fruit flavors and a sumptuously smooth lingering taste. Pairs well with a fresh salad or spicy Asian cuisine.

Gold Medal – 2008 Monteray International Wine Competition

$6.00 / glass
$24.00 / bottle

Made in the Shade - 2005
Tobin James, Paso Robles, CA

The 2005 Tobin James Merlot is ripe and generous, this stylish wine has beautifully articulated blackberry, currant, anise and spice flavors that swirl harmoniously through the supple finish. A great companion to pork and beef dishes.

$7 / glass
$28 / bottle

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