Saturday, March 1, 2014

March 2014 Table Club Features

Altos de San Isidro Torrontes

From a 25 acre lot planted in 1970, yielding 10 tons per acre.Cold maceration for 8 hours then cold fermented at 22º C to obtain intense aromas and a clean and fresh mouth feel. No malolactic fermentation, and no oak. 

Guy Saget La Petite Perriere Sauvignon Blanc

La Petite Perrière Sauvignon 2010 has a gold color with green gleams. The smell explodes with typical Sauvignon aromas. This vintage is pronounced by the thiols of fresh citrus and white flowers. Lively with good length, the mouth offers pear and litchee aromas with a good freshness resulting of lemony notes.

Lafite Bordeaux Rouge

It's good.
Tussock Jumper Zinfandel

Grapes for the TUSSOCK JUMPER Zinfandel are harvested predominantly from vineyards in the Lodi area in California’s Sacramento River Delta. Lodi has emerged as a star for producing intense, fruity Zin with ripe berry flavours. Grapes are cooled off on warm Central Valley days by the breezes off the Delta, extending the growing season and adding layers of flavour.  Crisp red berry and currant flavors, a touch of spice and a smooth yet crisp finish.

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