Friday Tasting - International Cellars, Sharon Gardner

Friday, March 20, 2020

Time: 05:00pm - 08:00pm

Type: Wine Tasting

Location: The Wine Cabinet

Event Free

Every weekend we have free tastings that give you a chance to explore the wide word of wines! 

Each Friday we try to start your weekend off with a sampling of fine wines and beers that will allow you to relax into your "days off" with a positive note.
Always a gathering of friends and neighbors and good conversation.

Come in this weekend and visit with us!

The Wines!!
Glazebrook Sauvignon Blanc $17.99
A beautiful expression of this grape from the highly regarded Marlborough appellation of New Zealand.
It has a lively palate of tropical fruit with crisp lime acidity and lingering passion fruit.

Langetwins Chardonnay $14.99
A fresh and fruity Chardonnay mellowed by an integrated richness from sur-lie aging.
Bright tropical aromas are joined by vanilla aromatics that follow through to the palate.
With a balance between the fruit notes and fresh creamery butter, it is a pleasing style with both richness and freshness.

Langetwins Pinot Noir $19.99
A true handcrafted wine made in a Burgundian style with native-malolactic fermentation
and ten months of neutral French oak barrel aging, our 2018 Pinot Noir is a wine with finesse.
The aroma and flavors of cranberry and cherry cola with floral elements of lavender and rose create a welcoming balance.

Gouleyant Malbec de Cahors $13.99
“Le Gouleyant” (in French, it means easy to drink) is a selection of the best Malbecs grown on the highest gravely and clay terraces of the Cahors Appellation,
situated between the large loops of the Lot River, in the Southwest of France.
Its taste is very typical of the Malbec variety whose birthplace is Cahors for more than 2000 years.

Andrew Rich Little Table SGM Red $19.99

39% Syrah, 33% Grenache, 28% Mourvedre.
Those magical three letters invite you to take a trip to the south of France. Red wines of the Côtes du Rhône may legally include up to 22 different grape varietals, but you’ll almost always find Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre leading the way. Why those three?
A somewhat atypical character of lush blue fruits rather than the customary red fruit profile found in most of his contemporaries' wines.

The Beers!!
DuClaw Regular Beer Lager, 6 pack $12.99
 In a world thick with new, trendy beer styles, it's becoming harder and harder to find something simple. 
Regular Beer from DuClaw Brewing takes you back to a simpler time before milkshake IPAs and barrel-aged barleywines.
The craft lager is made using chinook and Hallertau hops but and tastes like, well, regular beer.

Solace Brewing, Ease the Sheets Double IPA, 4 pack $18.99
This is a really nice IPA - probably better called a NEIPA than a double IPA, but for whatever reason the mouthfeel just seems off to me.
The smell is so bright, crisp, and citrusy, but the mouthfeel is dense and heavy.

Commonwealth Haka Double IPA with Honey, 4 pack $19.99

Commonwealth's new intensely NZ hopped Nelson•Wakatu•Honey ?? Double India Pale Ale .