Traveling Winers Weekend Wine Picks – 29 Sept 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: 2010 Hera
Type: White
Vineyard: Northwest Portugal

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I love the label – simple & elegant. With the end of Summer fast approaching I wanted to get my fill of white wines so I am eager to open this up and learn it’s nuances (well, maybe not nuances, but whether I like it or not!)
“This is the Life” Winer

Wine: 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon
Type: Red, Dry
Vineyard: Sebastiani Sonoma Cask Cellars Winery

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Big, bold red intense with multiple layers.  One of my favorite wines at one of our favorite restaurants in Tulsa.

The “Timeless” Winer

Wine: Mastroberardino Sannio Falanghina 2009
Type: White, Dry
Vineyard: Mastroberardino Winery, Italy

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Made from the Falanghina grape which dates back to ancient times, this is a crisp, dry white wine. It has an exquisite aroma of peaches, mint, flowers and apricots and perhaps a citrus like pineapple. Perfect with light fare or on its own. I can almost imagine a Roma citizen sitting on his Veranda enjoying a glass of this on a warm summer evening, although it was likely a sweet wine back then…Join me for a glass and let me know what you think.

The “Hippy” Winer

Wine: Bodegas Lomablanca Gabarda IV 2003
Type: Red, Dry
Vineyard: Bodegas Lomablanca Winery, Spain

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This dry red Spanish wine offers an array of bouquet carrying hints of oak, earth, cherry, currant and blueberry. Very intense, but a well-balanced wine that many have said ages exceptionally well. For me – I think of hot Spanish nights, star watching and romance. An overall excellent wine.

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

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