– Thursday, 6-6-13 – 4pm – 6pm
2011 Easton Sauvignon Blanc – 18.57 – . The wine does not undergo malolactic fermentation and therefore retains its delicious crispness. The complex and exotic fruit flavors suggest among other things: key lime, casaba melon, and papaya. The extended lees aging and battonage enhances the mouth feel. The wine finishes with brisk mineral notes.
2008 Terre Rouge Syrah – 19.97 – This wine is exceedingly dark in color with rich, silky wild raspberry fruit flavors laced with pepper, tar, and herb tones. Aromas are raspberry, smoky, wild gamey, peppery, and cinnamon. The wine has a clean purity of Syrah fruit that is reminiscent of many Northern Rhône wines. It has full forward fruit, great acid balance and is very smooth and creamy in the mouth.
2010 Easton Amador Zinfandel – 17.57 – The finished wine has full black cherry and blackberry fruit aromas with a beautiful balance and a big, sumptuous, and juicy mouth feel. It also presents complex spicy aromas, with a nice creamy texture derived from the 10 months time it receives in French oak barrels.
2007 Easton Estate Cabernet Sauvignon – 26.57 – Color is dark purple, with complex aromas of cedar, tobacco, and asian spice box. The fruit is blackberry/cassis with a pleasant St. Julien-like texture, mineral-infused flavors, and sappiness. The wine has good balance, intensity, a plush texture, and length. It is a youngster now and slow to open, which bodes well for age ability.
Followed by a dinner at Swift’s Attic – 6 :30 – $75 – RSVP email@example.com