Laetitia Brut Cuvee NV – 20.57 – 53% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay & 17% Pinot Blanc.Gala apple, streams of bubbles and soft melon notes. Lemon chiffon and pear framed by freshly baked challah bread come forward on second approach of the Laetitia house sparkling wine, great for pairing with pork with an apple-celery root slaw or the winemaker’s favorite: potato chips. Very nice brut. Crisp and dry with strong notes of apple. Very enjoyable. Don’t forget fried chicken or popcorn.
Luna Pinot Grigio 2012 – 10.57 – Aromas of pear, guava, green apple, white peach, jasmine & honeysuckle carry the nose. Hints of Asian spice & green apple pastries fill the mouth and full-bodied texture carry through a delicious lemony finish. Edible Arts – “Refreshing and balanced. Luna’s Pinot Grigio manages to get the fruit/acid balance just right. This wine vibrates with racy acidity but provides plenty of charm and definition on the nose with pear notes and hints of apple giving way to a generous floral fragrance. Light in body, the mineral core on the palate turns to lemon on the tart finish.” A favorite of old, this is a lot of wine for the money.
Lunatic Red 2012 – 13.97 – Overflowing with flavors of blueberry and black berry. This wine has great density, richness, and complexity, owing to the fact that potent components are blended to magnify their individual contribution. You will taste notes of cedar spice from barrel aged Syrah and lush tannins from Cabernet Sauvignon. Sangiovese lends a burst of black fruits to give a long, enticing finish of blackberry jam. Pretty big and lush, with big & ripe fruity flavors to play with.;
Luna Merlot 2010 – 16.97 – Aromas of dried plum and blackberry with the smoky spice of toasted vanilla fill the glass. The flavor follows; warm and mouth filling, kept in balance with fine grained tannins from both fruit and barrel. This long finish reflects the subtlety and elegance of Merlot as a varietal. 20.99 @ HEB. Extended natural fermentations, often not complete until months later in the barrel. This wine was aged entirely in European oak for 20 months and bottled in October, 2011.