How about doing “Dry Wines January” instead of “Dry January?” This month we’ve selected an array of styles and bodies that will reset your palate after the luscious holidays. We hope you’ll enjoy them!
January wine club is ready for pickup as of Friday, January 12th.
French CabERNET SAUVIGNON
Cabernet Sauvignon. One of the French Languedoc region’s great advantages is that it benefits from enviable geographic and climatic conditions… In your mouth, the blackcurrants burst. Crackling fruit, some cedar, some mint. Juicy and easy drinking. Tannins are…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Kale and walnut pasta
Ribera del Duero Tempranillo
Tempranillo. Five family generations have been leading the relentless search for new lands capable of enriching the diversity of its wines, as well as…Powerful blackberry aromas with a background of aromatic herbs well integrated…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Cured Meat – Cheese pairings: Manchego, Pecorino, Blue…
SOUTH AFRICAN CINSAULT
Cinsault is mostly unheralded wherever it’s planted, or at the very most, it ends up in a blend of Shiraz and Grenache or…The vines are 60-plus years old, yielding an intense dark…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Marinated Brochettes of Lamb with honey (See recipe included)
Ricardo renounced a career in architecture to pursue his passion for winemaking, believing that Argentina could produce wines equal to…a striking, deep, brilliant purple color. The nose is ripe and full, reminiscent of dark cherries…to learn more, join our club!
Food Pairings: Netflix and snow