We don’t sell no stinkin’ bull wine – but we’ve bird wine in stock for you today.
2009 Kestrel Sangiovese ($20)
The vines are fan trained to spread the fruit out and improves exposure to sun, with only one bud per spur, and one cluster per shoot, reducing the yield At crush they draw off about 20% of the juice, this intensifies the color and flavors of the remaining wine by increasing the skin to juice ratio, making it darker and richer in body and structure. A good Wshington Sangi.
2011 Kestrel Cabernet Sauvignon ($21)
84% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Malbec, 1% Syrah
The wine is filled with dark fruit such as Van cherries, boysenberries, elk heart plums, black currants, spice, dried herbs, cigar, coffee and smoke. This expansive and generous wine is full bodied, dense, with firm tannins and a lingering finish.
And while you are at it –
pick up some bubbles for the celebration.