Easter Wine Selections!


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Blüfeld Riesling

  • Crisp and refreshing, blüfeld has aromas of citrus, peach, and floral notes. It’s flinty fresh with a juicy mid-palate, balanced acidity and a sweet, lingering finish.

Etude Pinot Noir

  • Ruby and garnet in color, the 2009 Carneros Pinot Noir offers aromas of black cherry, Asian spice and sous bois that are lifted by a concentrated fresh fruit core. Consistent with the nose, the palate also demonstrates the qualities of a well balanced Pinot Noir: refined tannins, bright acidity, a generous mouthfeel and a lingering finish.

Fontana Candida Frascati

  • The grapes for this dry, clean wine are grown in the porous, volcanic soils located in the Frascati commune near Rome. Rich in potassium, this soil produces plump flavorful grapes. Fontana Candida is the only Frascati producer that uses cold filtration and cold bottling to preserve the wine’s flavor and clarity.

Anna De Cordorniu  Anna Rosé, Brut

  • Anna de Codorníu Brut Rosé is the rosé version of Codorníu’s most iconic sparkling wine. Elegance and subtlety are the main characteristics, largely due to being composed of around 70% of the most prestigious variety for making rosé sparkling wines: Pinot Noir. Anna Rosé is fresh, with cherry and strawberry tones and fine bubbles. There are plentiful red fruit notes and a slight hint of apple. 

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