Joining the Club•WS in April will take you through June, where we’ll add some whites and rosés!
This month’s club will be ready on Thursday, April 5th.
COTES DU RHONE
The uniqueness of their wines is due to the high quality of the soils, which consist of round pebbles mixed in a chalky clay-sand soil dating from the Miocene and Ice-Age period, around 6-8 million years ago. The erosion of the soil particles over time…The nose has notes of jammy fruit, spices such as nutmeg, and black olives….to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Beef or Vegetable Stew
Prades Mountains is a relatively unknown region located at the confluence of several better-known wine regions in Spain, including Montsant, Costers del Segre, and Priorat…This Tempranillo wine emphasizes the fresh red fruit aromas and flavors of the varietal, with no oak influence…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Tomato-based dishes
A tribute to their hard work, which is essential to producing high-quality wines. The grapes for Tacherons are sourced from several parcels at Chateau Antugnac, and the winemaker, David Serodes, is committed to sustainable practices…A very expressive nose, with aromas of black cherry and spices. On the palate, the wine has a beautiful…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings:Ham (see recipe included)
Located in a unique and somewhat overlooked area within the Rhône Valley. The combination of southern latitude for ripening and higher altitude for freshness provides an interesting terroir for winemaking…Deep red, with fruity cassis and intense dried fruit aromas. It also has roasted notes and is elegant …to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Red Meats