Natural wine. Barbera, Grignolino, and Freisa are the varietals. Scents of tart cranberries and cherry skin with the slightest barnyard hay. Dry and grippy on the palate with cranberry, cherry and minerals. Finishes very dry and rustic with the tart red fruits and minerals. Perfect for spicy, cured meats and dry, hard cheeses. $19.99
We’re in for a special treat this tasting: Winemaker Frederic Brouca will be here to pour his delicious Faugeres GSM blend and possibly a few of his other wines. Here is a good article about him: Frederic Brouca
$20 gets you a lot of wine for your money. Friday February 24th in the 6-9pm window we are tasting $20 Bombs: a robust Rosso Di Montalcino, a meaty yet clean French GSM blend, a bold Côtes du Rhone, a meaty Languedoc Mourvèdre, a California Zin/Cab blend and a Napa Valley blend for Cabernet drinkers. This tasting is $20/person. Must be 21 to attend.
Goosebumps immediately. A field of the prettiest roses you’ve ever smelled in your life, strawberry, glycerin, saddle leather, hay, pencil shavings, dry mustard, toast and fine minerals on the gorgeous, gorgeous nose. I could smell this all day. Scents transition seamlessly to the palate with fresh plum, tobacco leaf, black tea, pepper and spice flavors supporting. Finishes dry, savory, complex and meaty with waves of plum, rare beef, truffle, glycerin, spice and fine minerals. I haven’t had a wine experience like this in a while, but it’s why I love being in the business. Today is a rare treat; this wine is fucking amazing. 100% Nebbiolo. $49.99
100% Sangiovese. Warm and meaty on the nose with bright dark cherry, leather, hay, white flowers and savory spices. Supple up front with fine minerals supporting. Finishes dry with orange tea, cherry and minerals carrying on. Quite delicious, and a savory, substantial wine for $20.
**Please leave your dogs at home.**
Please join us Wednesday September 14th, 7-9pm for a special wine tasting in benefit for Shelter Dogs With Jobs. Their mission is to save, train and place homeless dogs in forever homes and careers as patrol, detection, service, therapy and search and rescue dogs. They support other dog related 501c3’s by placing high drive dogs who are not easily adoptable as pets in a role of public service.
We will be tasting 15 of my latest and greatest wines in the store. Dan from Eat This! will be providing us with his amazing charcuterie and other tasty bites. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 the day of with 50% of the door proceeds and 10% of retail wine sales during the tasting benefiting Shelter Dogs With Jobs. Email firstname.lastname@example.org indicating how many tickets you would like and I will email you an invoice through Square. It’s super easy and convenient. You can also stop by the store for tickets or call 727-826-0791. Must be 21 to attend. Cheers!
Ciliegiolo and Alicante blend from Southern Tuscany. Hay, smoked red meats, briary seed and thyme scents. This smells wild and rustic. Black cherry and plum up front with black tea, strong minerals, clay and fresh tobacco notes supporting. Mouthwatering plum, steel, savory herbs and spices carry through the long, dry, rustic finish. Purely delicious. Serve this with any grilled meats and you’ll be in heaven. Absolutely mouthwatering and delicious. A steal for $11.99.
This is a preorder. The wine won’t be in till November and will be limited. If you’re interested in reserving some email me at email@example.com.
Briary red fruits, leather and chalk on the toasty, zesty nose. Scent flavors explode on the substantial palate. Beautiful orange-laced acidity carries you into the long, dry finish. This is gorgeous Chianti Classico for under $20.
Bright Meyer lemons jump from the glass with hints of lime, chalk and petrol. Lemons, chalky minerals and a slight almond note on the soft textured palate. Crisp acidity carries the lemons and minerals through the mouthwatering, dry finish. Note the brilliant gold color through the clear glass bottle. Delicious wine. $14.99
Deep, earthy scents of cassis, blackberry, leather and savory spices. Scents are joined by up front minerals on the chewy, tannin-driven palate. Finishes strong and dry with bright blackberry and gripping tannins carrying through. A substantial, rustic, and damn tasty unoaked Cabernet for under $20.
Sovana is a small town D.O.C. Of Maremma, Tuscany.