The A to Z Oregon Pinot Gris offers beautiful floral aromas reminiscent of jasmine, elder flower and white roses along with complex fruit notes of nectarine, melon, pear, yellow plums and yellow apples, lemon, lime, even grapefruit zest and a touch of guava, clover honey and handmade marshmallows. The wine is lush and layered on […]
Intense, focused and complex. Pink grapefruit, fresh fig and pear aromas are enhanced by elements of spice and vanilla, contributing additional depth and intrigue. Flavors of lemon curd, marzipan and white peach evolve in the mouth, enlivened by beautifully balanced natural acidity.
The 2016 A to Z Chardonnay has abundant, juicy fruit aromas that jump right out of the glass; just-picked Anjou pear, green apple, white flowers, lime rind, lemon & grapefruit pith. Subtle aromas of white flowers and honeysuckle arise with just a hint of flintiness. On the palate, the balance is seamless. Fruit again leads […]
Fresh red fruits, with a floral note immediately jumps out from the nose. Dark ripe raspberries, spices, lavender, hints of oak and cassis emerge after the initial blast of fruit. Beautifully balanced with nice acidity and ripe tannins
The 2015 A to Z Essence of Oregon Pinot Noir is a brilliant burgundy color from rim to center. Classic Pinot Noir fruit aromas of Bing cherries, raspberry jam, fresh boysenberries and plum compote are joined by appealing floral and herbal notes like violets, iris and peony roses with marjoram, bay leaf and white pepper.
The beautiful amber cognac leads with floral and spice aromas on the nose with nutmeg, fennel, and oak. The palate is gently spicy with leather and dried fruit taking the center stage.
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Whether you are a white Burgundy lover on a budget, or just looking for a great white wine for entertaining, the 2014 Cave de Lugny Mâcon-Villages La Côte Blanche is a winner. Made from 100% Chardonnay, this perennial CW favorite has the nervy, energetic fruit, and sheer joie de vivre that only white Burgundy can […]
The beer was introduced in 1927 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, by Newcastle Breweries, which became Scottish & Newcastle in 1960. In 2005, brewing was moved out of Newcastle for the first time to the other side of the River Tyne, to Dunston in Gateshead.