Legado del Moncayo Montana Vendimia Seleccionada Campo de Borja Spain 2020
100% Grenache. Medium intensity of ruby color. Aromas of red cherry boysenberry, black cherry, red blossoms, and toast. Continuing to the palate, flavors of black cherry, strawberry, fennel, blueberry,  and raspberry. This is a dry wine with medium acidit


Domaine du Bois de Saint Jean L'Intrépide Côtes du Rhône France 2022
50% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 15% Mourvèdre, 5% Carignan. Pale ruby in color. Medium intensity warm red cherry aromas with lingonberry, red plum, violet, and earthy funk. Continuing to the palate, flavors of red berries, blue fruit bramble, black pepper, smoke


Scheid Family Wines VDR Very Dark Red Estate Grown Hames Valley California 2020
Estate Grown blend of 56% Petit Verdot and 44% Petite Sirah. Full bodied yet supple, with deep, ripe flavors of black currant and black raspberry perfumed by delicate notes of crushed violet. A firm, chalky tannin structure belies the velvety, luscious mo


Fernandez de Pierola Crianza Rioja Spain 2019
100% Tempranillo. Deep ruby in color with purple highlights. Bold scents of violets, red cherry, raspberry, smoke, cedar, vanilla, earth, and sweet tobacco. Additional flavors of black plum, blackberry, black pepper, coffee, stewed fruit, balsamic, and le



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Along with cars and boats, wine is yet another inanimate object that is often anthropomorphized, meaning it is ascribed to human characteristics. People frequently describe wine in terms that evoke human qualities, such as calling a wine "elegant," "bold," or "youthful." This anthropomorphism can enhance the enjoyment and appreciation of wine, as it adds a layer of personality and character to the tasting experience.

Come to the Wild White Side

The Wild White, better known as Sauvignon Blanc, is one of the most widely planted grapes around the globe, having acreage in almost every wine region in the world because of its wide range of flavors, depending on the terroir. The grape is related to Traminer, and originates in the south of France. Depending on the environment in which the grapes are grown, and on how ripe the grapes are at harvest, the flavor profile can range from fruits of lime, green apple, and passion fruit, to white peach. What makes Sauvignon Blanc unique from other white wines are the complimentary herbaceous flavors like bell pepper, jalapeño, gooseberry, and grass. These characteristics come from aromatic compounds called pyrazines, and the secret to its signature style.