Wine Tasting Selections for El Cajon for 4/11/14-4/12/14

“The International Tasting”

We’re taking a flight of fancy this week and offering an enticing assortment of wines from around the world that we think you will enjoy immensely. We’ll start in-state with a Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc as the California representative and then wind through wines from Washington’s Columbia Valley, Argentina’s Mendoza highlands, Spain’s Toro region, the French Rhone Valley and the Italian Piedmont.

No need to bring your passport, just show up and join in the merriment with your tasting guide, Bill Callahan.


Harvest Ranch El Cajon Wine Tasting Event:

Friday, April 11th, 2014  5pm – 7pm
Saturday, April 12th, 2014  3pm – 5pm

759 Jamacha Road
El Cajon, CA 92019
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Featuring “The International Tasting”

This weekends selections: $15.00

Atalon Napa Sauvignon Blanc 2012  ($16.99 During Tasting)

  • Lively wine of brilliant pale-straw color. Aromatics of lemon, goose berry lead to crisp, clean, bright flavors of citrus, grass, goose berry and mineral.

Produttori del Barbaresco 2009  ($33.99 During Tasting)

  • This Nebbiolo from the Piedmont boasts bright cherry, strawberry, floral, licorice and herbal aromas and flavors highlight this fragrant, elegant red. Silky and pure, with fine ripe tannins for support. 93 Points Wine Spectator

Buried Cane Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011  ($11.99 During Tasting)

  • Black fruits and cassis dominate the nose of this, dark-toned Cab. On the palate there are supple textures and cozy tannins smoothed with 20% Merlot.

Domaine de Cassan Gigondas 2006  ($16.99 During Tasting)

  • Alluring, exotic bouquet of black raspberry, creme de cassis, white pepper and potpourri. Sweet red and dark berry flavors display liqueur-like depth with a sexy lavender note. — 90 Points International Wine Cellar

Antucura Mendoza Malbec 2012  ($16.99 During Tasting)

  • Another bomb from Argentina! “A wonderful velvet texture with great purity. Dense bramble fruit with hints of violets. Good length and lovely juiciness, and with a firm, fine tannic structure.” 95 Points Decanter Magazine

Bodegas Monte La Reina Toro Tertius 2006  ($16.99 During Tasting)

  • This 100% Tinta de Toro variety of tempranillo spent five months in oak to produce a fruity, full-bodied, dark wine with a sweet tannin finish that pairs well with meat dishes.

See you all this weekend!

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