Traveling Winers Weekend Wine Picks – 25 Nov 2014

Explore a new wine this weekend!

Whether you’re into dry, sweet, red,
white, Italian, French or even “Hops”,
consider trying our suggestions below!

Traveling Winers Weekend Wine Picks

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“Hops ‘r Better” Winer

Wine: Chambourcin
Type: Red
Vineyard: Hermannhof Winery

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Medium ruby red with a medium body and balanced acidity. Flavors and aromas of cherries, spice, and dried fruits. An off-dry wine, with an attractive herbal edge, serves perfectly with Italian cuisine.
Miki
“This is the Life” Winer

Wine: 2012 Essential Red
Type: Red, Dry
Vineyard: Bogle Vineyards

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A blend of old vine Zinfandel, Syrah, Cab Sauvignon and Petite Syrah, aged in American and French oak.  Very smooth and layered!
Faces---Brian

Brian
The “Timeless” Winer
 

Wine: Viognier 2012
Type: White, dry
Vineyard: Zaca Mesa Winery

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Tantalizing aromas of honeysuckle and white peach grab the nose and lead it deeper into the glass.  The rich flavors of apricots and melon flow over the tongue leaving a touch of lemon/lime. Wonderful.
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Elizabeth
The “Hippy” Winer
 

Wine: Relax Riesling 2012
Type: White, sweet
Vineyard: Schmitt Söhne Wines

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This Riesling offers premium wine quality without breaking the bank. Forward fruit and aromas of apples, peaches and just a hint of citrus, the natural acidity gives it a perfect balance that is refreshingly crisp. It leaves your mouth watering. A great match with Sushi.

 We hope you enjoy our picks and would love to hear what you think,
so leave us a comment below! 

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