April 19, 2019 – Easter Friday Tasting!


Tastings / Friday, April 19th, 2019

Join us this Friday,
We will have open 4 wines: a Cote Du Rhone White and Red, a Rose from the Loire Valley, France and a Good value Portuguese red!
Tasting time: 6:00 to 9:00pm
See below full information:

Alexandre Loiseau, Côtes du Rhône Blanc (2017)

Grapes: Roussane, Marsanne
Geography: Rhône Valley, France
Appellation: Côtes du Rhône
60% Roussane 40% Marsanne
Marsanne makes a structured, full-bodied wine with a waxy, minerally texture. However, it lacks somewhat in depth of flavor and aromatic intensity. Roussanne, while light on texture, provides this aromatic component, offering up pear, honeysuckle and herbal characteristics to the wine.This wine show citrus, melon and mineral with a nutty, quince-like fruit flavors.

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Alexandre Loiseau, Côtes du Rhône (2017)

Grapes: Grenache, Carignan, and Syrah
Geography: Rhône Valley, France
Appellation: Côtes du Rhône

70% Grenache, 25% Carignan, and 5% Syrah. This wine shows off notes of fresh red fruit, dried, sweet herbs, and hints of spice on the nose. Flavors of ripe blackberry and plum drench the palate, with satisfying levels of sweet fruit and spice. Alongside notes of black and white pepper, the flavors of this wine are all surrounded by good structure and well-defined finish.86c5f3c3c4ec174249397


Domaine de la Chaise, Touraine Rosé (2018)

Geography: Loire Valley, France
Appellation: Touraine
The Davault family has been producing wine for six generations. Christophe took over the family business in 2004. Domaine de la Chaise is composed of 57 hectares (140 acres) of vines located on the hillsides of Saint Georges sur Cher. The vines grow tuffeau-rich soils, they rarely suffer from excess water stress and benefit from dry, free-draining soils.
Catch the Craze for La Chaise! This Loire Valley Rosé is different & delicious. A unique blend that is rarely found outside the Loire, check this out as a more easy and soft alternative to the Provence style.
A blend of 50% Gamay, 30% Cabernet Franc, 10% Pineau D’Aunis, and 10% Grolleau.
A  crisp and aromatic rose with hints of summer fruits. The northerly climate of the Loire gives a delicate refreshing acidity. An ideal wine to enjoy on its own – especially on a warm summer’s day. Also delightful with a picnic, grilled fish or fresh summer fruits.

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Casa de Arrochella, Vinho VilaFLor TINTO (2010)

Grapes: Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz, and Tinta Barroca
Geography: Douro, Portugal
Appellation: Douro
With about 600 ha spread over 5 farms, the House of Arrochella is part of the new generation of D.O.C. Douro and olive oils D.O.P. Trás-os-Montes.
Descendant and successor of Nicolau de Arrochella Moraes and Castro Pimentel, 1st Count of Arrochela, Bernardo de Arrochela Alegria is the main promoter of this Superior Douro project, with more than 115 hectares of vineyards, aimed at uniting the links and history of important links of the house of Arrochella in the region of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro to its passion and its delivery to the Douro.
It is in the sub-region of Alto Douro, between Vila Flor, Torre de Moncorvo and Foz Côa that the entire wine and olive production project is developed.
Tasting notes
The nose is complex and aromatic, fresh, with notes of berries and floral fruits. Voluminous and vigorous, tannins are balanced with acidity. Delicate and elegant finis
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