Join us on Friday, May 18 from 4pm - 7pm for a free tasting of Wines, Tequila and Scotch.
La Vie en Rose: Some say a rosé shouldn’t be to be too pink, but we beg to differ. Our rosé is pale pink in color that exudes floral orange blossom aromas. Made from 100% Grenache from the South of France, we use mature berries to balance the flavors of ripe berries that gives it a wonderful acidity and soft minerality.
Barton & Guestier Cotes du Provence Rosé
The Barton & Guestier range represents the wonderful diversity of French wines from the main winegrowing regions: Bordeaux, Loire Valley, Burgundy, Beaujolais, Rhone Valley, Languedoc, Gascony and Corsica. With its wide variety of wines, Barton & Guestier enables wine lovers - from the occasional wine drinker to the connoisseur - to make a journey through France. The B&G winemakers team guarantees constant quality and style, vintage after vintage.
Chateau St. Jean Wines
Chateau St. Jean, with its gracious style, elegant architecture and inviting gardens and tasting rooms, is the quintessential Sonoma winery. The winemaking estate is located at the foot of Sugarloaf Ridge in the Sonoma Valley near Kenwood, California. Founded in 1973, Chateau St. Jean has long been recognized as a leader in Vineyard Designated wines. Winemaker Margo Van Staaveren uses her 30 years of vineyard and winemaking expertise with Chateau St. Jean to highlight the best of each vineyard in the wines. Our founders brought together the finest vineyards, the best equipment and a highly-talented staff, creating wines that received immediate critical acclaim. ”Only the finest” remains the winery’s credo.
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 91 points - It opens with plenty of baked agave and vegetal aromas, pepper, and a hint of a floral note. On the palate, it’s sweeter than the nose suggests, full of spice and vanilla. A soapy note lingers on the finish. (Mar 2017)
Wine Enthusiast 90 points - TOP 100 SPIRITS OF 2017 - Look for a straw hue and unmistakably peaty, smoky scent. On the palate, fruity sweetness leads at first, quickly morphing into a billow of pungent peat smoke. Quite drying, and finishes fiery. Water tamps down the alcohol heat and brings more orchard fruit forward. Released in 2016 to honor Alfred Barnard, considered to be the first whiskey writer, as part of the 200th anniversary of Lagavulin. (Dec 2017)
Wine Enthusiast 91 points - Look for pleasant sweetness and spice up front, as the nose offers a complex mix of oak, maple sugar, fresh apple, clove, black pepper and cinnamon. The flavors dry to a spicy midpalate before exiting on a long, concentrated maple-like note. (Dec 2015)