Tag Archive: California wines

Apr 23

Wine Of The Week- 2010 Napa Cellars Sauvignon Blanc

The north end of Napa is where the fruit for this wine is sourced, making it ripe with aromas of pineapple and pink grapefruit and the pure crisp palate makes this a refreshing compliment to salads, seafood and poultry. The Napa pedigree always shines through on these Sauvignon Blancs staying true to the grassy style. Price: …

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Apr 09

Wine Of The Week- Johnson Family Cabernet

The 2009 Johnson Family Cabernet has always been one of my “go to” reds because of it’s balance and California fruit. Deep black cherries with a touch of cassis make the nose of this wine irresistible. The Napa pedigree shines through, and you could probably drink this wine for another five years. The price makes …

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Mar 12

Wine Of The Week- 2008 Honeywell & Todd Cabernet

Lodi California is sometimes over looked because of bigger regions like Napa, but always makes affordable reds with great depth. The vineyard began in 1842, and continuing until today this family has honed their wine making to a tee. Deep purple color mixed with intense fruit shows the quality coming from Lodi. Why not get …

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Jul 25

Wine Of The Week-2009 Frogs Leap Sauvignon Blanc

Can you imagine being in Napa Valley right now drinking fine, crisp white wine on the veranda of a nice restaurant? You can? Wow, your imagination is better than mine… I, on the other hand, will be drinking a 2009 Frogs Leap Sauvignon Blanc at my friend’s house in Solvay. Twin Trees pizza, a nice antipasta …

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