Serenissima, Pinot Grigio

$ 9.12 $ 8
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750 ml

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Wine experts say this White wine delivers as promised, with aromas of apricot, pineapple and ripe peach. Omniwines Distribution, which owns the producer, has been somewhat reluctant to release new oak onto the market, but the fruit is appealing. A touch of honey and nettle plays on the nose. The palate, however, adds brightness and sizzling citrus notes to this very refreshing, zesty Riesling. Off dry in style, it finishes with a long, grippy, zesty lemon flavor. This is a fragrant, brightly perfumed wine. It has delicious ripe strawberry flavors, along with a very spicy, fruity character. There is a tangy, green aftertaste. This, yet somewhat simple, blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot has a heady, internationally-styled aroma, and tastes fruity.
Wine experts say this White wine shows superior pedigree. It`s bone dry, brisk in acidity and dry, yet remarkably fruity. The fruit appears perfectly adapted to the Zweigelt—a German specialty held at the Benedictine Weselhof since the 17th century. The vineyard was one of the sites of a Roman fortress. Long, oak-driven, Germanic, this wine expresses the relative youth of the vintage, bearing lots of jammy fruit flavors and a lingering, jammy-sweet finish. Defined by its innate finesse, this wine should have massive appeal, though it is definitely a food rosé. An elegant, pale-golden color leads to sophisticated aromas of honey, kiwi, lime and freshly peeled pineapple. Although dry, it`s elegant and hints at crisp apple fruit with a round, creamy mouthfeel. Pair this with richer seafood dishes or sip alone.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised. It`s dry, crisply acidic and fresh in citrus, tropical fruit, honey and vanilla flavors, with an eye-watering balance of acidity and mineral. This is a great study of how to make very zingy wines. Created by wine industry folks from winemaker Ed Kurtzman to wash back his winemaking skills, this is a wonderfully food-friendly Sauvignon Blanc. It`s dry and crisp in acidity, with a zesty lemon-lime finish. With its naturally astringent tannins, it should be great with a range of Mediterranean dishes. A young, well-structured Syrah from a winery with deep roots in California. Blended with some Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, it`s rich in blackberry, currant, chocolate and oak flavors, with a long, sweet finish. The tannins are just perfect.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as promised, with a soft, approachability and medium-bodied weight. Pear, melon and a hint of citrus accent the aromas, while the flavors veer toward apple and apple pie, with a mineral note on the finish. This is a light, clear and straightforward wine, so its finish is dry. The vineyard is in the Santa Maria Valley, and the wine shows minerality and tight fruitiness there. Drink now. Aged for 36 months in 20% new French oak, this blend of 60% Primitivo and 40% Syrah is dark and dense, offering aromas of blackberry, prune, café au lait and dried fig. Roasted charred smoky flavors and a black-fruit sensation mark the finish. The label doesn`t tell you, but this is from the Buelltonello grape.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s shown. It`s floral and pleasant, with ample grapefruit and kiwi fruit flavors and a centered, brightest wine that`s poised and balanced. The flavors and aromas are just fine, and the wine should be perfectly fine. The `06 had a hard act to follow after the classic 2005. It`s not as deep a wine as the `07, but there is plenty of weight and berry fruit, plus some dusty tannins—all in balance. Give it 6–8 years in the cellar. A good Zinfandel, but the fruit is so rich and extracted that it`s too good. Shows ripe blackberry, currant, chocolate, anise, tobacco and spice flavors, wrapped into fine tannins, and soft and smooth. A hard-edged wine, very firm, with a severe edge of tannin.

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