100% Primitivo. Ruby red in colour the wine displays aromas of cherries and jam along with light notes of violets and anise. The palate is soft and elegant with well balanced tannins sustained by a pleasurable freshness and crispness.
98% Zinfandel, 2% Cabernet Sauvignon Red fruit, raspberry, and spice on the nose. This wine is medium in body, with notes of ripe cherry, cedar box, cinnamon, anise, black pepper, and hint of smoke on the palate. It has a long, silky finish.
100% Plavac Mali. Seductive sweet nose of rose petals, plums, black cherries, salty, earthiness. The palate mirrors the nose and adds black pepper, wet stone, prune, fig, backing spices of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg. Medium plus chalky tannin with a long fi
78% Zinfandel, 14% Carignane, 8% Petite Sirah. Aromas of black cherry, ripe plum and raspberry fruit combine with a hint of graphite, cigar box, and vanilla-oak baking spice loveliness. Smoothly textured in mouth, and the palate is very creamy and round,
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28 January 2021 at 7:00 PM - City Vino will be hosting Genevelyn Steel of Dionysus Imports on a lovely line up of Ports from Douro, Portugal. Quinta da Pacheca is one of the most prestigious and recognized properties in the Douro Demarcated Region. Come a
There isn’t a full consensus on whether Primitivo, from Italy, and Zinfandel, from California, are exactly the same grape or not. Some believe they are siblings, but DNA testing proved that they are both clones of an indigenous grape from Croatia known both as Tribidrag and Crljenak Kaštelanski. Clones occur when a vine has a slightly different characteristic, due to natural changes, and that plant is propagated to take advantage of that difference. This grape was thought to be extinct in Croatia, but in 2001 researchers discovered nine remaining vines, and DNA testing was performed.
The Maule Valley is one of Chile’s designated wine producing areas. It is located over 150 miles south of Chile’s capital city of Santiago, and is the southern part of a region called the Central Valley. This large region is one of the country’s oldest and most diverse wine growing areas, dating back to the original colonization of the area by the Spanish.
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