Mischief and Mayhem
Come and blow off some steam as we get into some delightful hijinks. We start with a criminally tasty white wine from Rueda Spain and jump to a boisterous blanc from Oregon. For the reds we go to the dark side with the inky Monastrell, a succulent Shiraz from Australia. And we finish off with a Voluptuous Vino from Yakima.
Come and get into some Mischief and Mayhem.
@ Humble Vine Saturday April 6th 4pm till the bottles are dry…..
Arindo, Blanco, Rueda Spain $14
Juicy and ripe with crisp pineapple, pear and apple flavors. Strikes a great balance between crisp, lively acidity, juicy texture and enjoyably ripe fruit flavors. A must try for Sauvignon Blanc fans looking for something new.
Anne Amie, Pinot Gris, Willamette Oregon, $19
Anne Amie Willamette Valley Pinot Gris is an elegant expression of this versatile varietal. Intensely aromatic powdery floral notes give way to a palate of Asian pear, Meyer lemon and rose petal. Balanced and crisp, this wine is a great match for many dishes
Tarima, Monastrell Jumilla, Spain - $13
This wine shows plenty of black and blue fruits, such as black raspberry and cherry. With a subtle note of herb and floral throughout. Smooth and rich, it finishes quite seamlessly.
Tait, Ball Buster Shiraz, Barossa, Australia $21
Bold, with dense notes of dark chocolate-covered coffee bean, plum paste, wild blackberry, cigar box and raisin bread. Expressive and generous. The velvety tannins linger. Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot
Stottle, Cabernet Sauvignon, Yakima Washington,
It is the culmination of a journey from grape to bottle. Dark fruit flavors of plum and black berries. Vanilla and a splash of blueberry pie are in the excellent finish. A big wine that is totally Washington style. Big and delightful!