TOP 6 WINES FOR SPRING

Bastide Miraflors has a ripe, sexy, heady beauty that exhibits a deep, purple color as well as killer notes of smoked meats, chocolate, blackberry and black raspberries. Deep, unctuous, open knit and layered, it continues to change in the glass, has seamless and silky profile, and not  hard edge to be found. It’s a sensational value that needs to be tasted to be believed

 

The nose is quite captivating, especially after some time in the glass, when it starts developing some floral aromas, perfect ripeness, no warmth or alcohol and a powerful, yet terribly balanced palate with concentration and elegance, fine-grained

 

 

 

 

Has a compellingly nutty warmth to the nose of this reserve blend of 66% Grenache Blanc and  33% Roussanne, with pecan and cashew aromas as well as more tart scents of key lime peels and lemon mousse. It lands heavily on the palate with roasted banana flavors and a buttery midplate

 

 Round Pond Estate Sauvignon Blanc Napa Valley Gorgeously perfumed, showing bright aromatics of honeydew melon, lychee, and key lime zest. Clean and lively on entry, this wine’s first impression is silky with hints of ripe pear and white peach. Rich, tropical fruit notes evolve on the palate, leading to a beautifully balanced lingering finish of candied green apple and lemon meringue.

 

 

 

 

Chateau du Trignon Viognier Lovely anise, white peach, apricot and yellow apple flavors glide along here, with a fennel hint adding freshness and balance to the finish.

 

 

 

 

 

  An exemplary, traditional Provencal rosé, Château Beaulieu Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence is bright and fruit-forward with exotic fruit that reminds of guava and papaya and white floral aromas on the nose. It has body and structure, yet is fresh on the palate and beautiful minerality. Each varietal is vinified separately in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures to preserve its natural characteristics. A versatile wine that pairs beautifully with a wide variety of seafood. Serve chilled, when young.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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