Short List For A Long Weekend

Here are a few suggestions to help you through the 4th of July weekend and its inevitable barbeques.  Have a safe and laid back 4th.

2019 Henri Bourgeois, Petit Bourgeouis Rosé de Pinot Noir  $12
Fresh, with a notable savory streak amid the white cherry and peach flavors. A light stony echo adds zing on the finish.”  Vegan
Was $15 Now $12

2021 Laroche, La Chevaliere Rosé  $13
Grenache, Syrah
An aromatic Languedoc pink with the aromas of fresh raspberries and exotic fruits. It continues on the palate with the delicious flavors of red berries and cherries and its fine freshness in the finish

2018 Benton Lane, Willamette Valley Pinot Noir  $20
Vibrant notes of tart cranberry awaken the palate balanced by warm winter spices, currants and dark cherries.

2013 La Basia, Marzemino Le Morene  $10
A rustic Red from Lake Garda in northern Italy.  This Marzemino displays its typical aromas of violets, plums, blackberries, and herbs with a forthright deliciousness. Both chewy and refreshing.  Does it age well?  Find out.
Was $18 Now $10

2020 Luchetti, Lacrima di Morro D’alba  $12
This wine explodes out of the glass with a heady bouquet of exotic Eastern flowers and wild strawberries and pomegranate. The palate features wild berry compote, hints of roses, violets and geranium, and a note of peppercorns.

2018 Prunus, Private Selection  $12
80% Jaen, 10% Tinta Roriz, 5% Alfrocheiro Preto, 5% Touriga Nacional
Crisp, juicy style with lots of fresh fruit – cool damson, ripe strawberry, red cherry and raspberry, with plenty of spice and weight coming through on the pallet. Really silky and drinkable, with brilliant local character.

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