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It's time for another four wines episode! Every couple of months we talk about four different wines that we've been enjoying and want to share with all of our wonderful listeners.
Domaine Bourgogne-Devaux Hautes Côtes de Beaune 2015 - priced around $25.
- These Pinot Noir grapes come from 50+ year old vines on average and is aged in barrel (10% new)
- Light garnet hue with aromas of cherries, earth a d a hint of baking spice
- It's dry with a light body, medium acidity and light tannins with flavors of cherries with a strong damp earthiness and rose notes
- What I would expect from a red burgundy - complex, not as fruity as New World Pinot
Broc Cellars Amore Rosso 2017 - priced around $28.
- 100% Sangiovese wine
- Light garnet hue with aromas of red fruits of cherries and cranberries
- It's dry with medium acidity, light tannins and flavors similar to aromas.
- We would describe this wine as light, fresh and fruity
- There are pizzas on the label so their taken the guesswork out of food pairing.
Browne Family Vineyard Cabernet Franc 2015 - priced around $32.
- This wine comes from the Columbia Valley in Washington state
- 100% Cab Franc, Aged: 22 Months in 35% New French Oak
- This wine has aromas of dried black fruits, dried sage and star anise
- It's dry, full body, medium plus acid and medium tannins with flavors of blackberry fruit leather, cedar and forest floor
- This wine is deep, intense, and bold.
- Not very fruity but lots of complex, interesting flavors
- Pair with food off the grill, beef stews or chili
Camins del Priorat 2016 - priced around $20.
- From producer Alvaro Palacios
- The wine is a blend of Garnacha, Carignan, Cabernet and Syrah.
- Aromas of blackberry, black plum and vanilla
- This wine is dry, full body, medium acidity, medium tannins and flavors of black cherry, black plum and vanilla
- Deep, intense wine that would be great for cool weather