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Cuvee Speciale
This is a very versatile wine which can be enjoyed with a wide range of appetizers and entrees. With its light to medium body and low acidity you can taste the flavors of ripe plums and fresh cherry-spice. It can be served chilled or at room temperature. This wine is best appreciated young and can be savored by all amateur wine connoisseurs.

Oak: Medium Body: Light Aging: 1-3 months

 


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small-arrowBarolo small-arrowCabernet Shiraz small-arrowSangiovese
small-arrowBergamais small-arrowChianti small-arrowShiraz
small-arrowBordailles Rouge small-arrowGamay Noir small-arrowValpolicella
small-arrowBourgeron Rouge small-arrowMerlot small-arrowVieux Chateau Du Roi
small-arrowCabernet Merlot small-arrowMontepulciano small-arrowZinfandel Red

Amarone
An irresistible wine whose elegance draws you subliminally into its orbit. Intense ruby-garnet in color, it is redolent of a profusion of aromas of coffee, cherries and sun dried fruits. Its high alcohol makes it full and generous in the mouth and it overwhelms the palate with intense flavors, prolonging your pleasure with its characteristic slightly bitter finish.

Comparable Wines: None
Pairing: It honors a meal of thick braised steak or game, as well as a juicy roast.
Oak: Heavy Body: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Barolo
A wine that evokes legend and fascination with its brilliant garnet-red and flashes of amber. The bouquet is both pleasing and intense with aromatic notes of violets and oregano. Smooth in the mouth with crisp acidity, its firm but well integrated tannins give good length on the palate. It is a wine that exudes glory, nobility and power.

Comparable Wines: Montepulciano, Zinfandel, Nebbiolo
Pairing: Serve with roasts, steaks, prime rib, lamb and mild cheeses.
Oak: Heavy Body: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Bergamais
This supple, fruity and delicate red wine is best consumed young. Cherries and plums fill the nose and the sweet cherry follows through the mouth where it lingers . This refreshing wine is best served slightly chilled.

Comparable Wines: Bardolino, Pinot Noir
Pairing: A companion to fruits, desserts or light appetizers.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 1-3 months


Bordailles Rouge
A smooth and round wine, velvety with subtle notes of berry. Dry and medium in color, this clean and refreshing wine offers unique flavors of raspberry, cassis and a touch of bell pepper aroma. Low in tannin. Generous, and crisp on the palate ages well but can be enjoyed young.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Pairing: Serve with smoked meats, fowl and strong cheese.
Oak: Medium Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Bourgeron Rouge
A dry, yet robust full-bodied French style wine with an aromatic black cherry bouquet. It has a deep color with a fruity well-rounded flavor of cranberry and cherry. Can be consumed young, but ages well too. It is a shallow, dry – easy drinking wine with the character and elegance of the wine styles of France.

Comparable Wines: Chat Dormant, Pinot Noir
Pairing: Match it to aged cheeses, hearty beef stews, pork and lamb.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 3-6 months


 

Cabernet Merlot
Deep garnet hues, with a brilliant red sparkle. The intense nose of red fruits and herbaceous undertones rise from your glass. The wine is robust, fresh, well structured given its high ratio of Cabernet Sauvignon juice. With the addition of Merlot mellowing the wine, giving it that all too delightful appeal on the palate.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordailles Rouge
Pairing: Excellent with tomato based pastas, pizza, cheese and beef.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Cabernet Sauvignon
Intense red color with purplish hues, this California favorite has the delicate perfume of cherries and soft spice. A supple wine with mouth ‘smacking’ appeal and simple complexity. Its full body and solid tannins deliver a fresh spicy wine with mass appeal.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Franc, Bordailles Rouge
Pairing: Suitable for red meats, lamb and duck.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Cabernet Shiraz
This popular blend of elegant Cabernet Sauvignon along with the fruity flavor of Shiraz creates a lush, full-bodied wine bursting with blackberry, cherry and currant. The delicate oak aroma make this very intense for all your senses.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz
Pairing: Goes well with chicken and mild cheeses.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Chianti
Beautiful deep garnet red with a delicate nose of red berry jam with floral hints and country berry nuances. This rich, velvety wine is full-flavored with subtle black pepper and cherry like overtones. It can be enjoyed both young and aged.

Comparable Wines: Sangiovese
Pairing: The perfect partner for Italian foods, pates and cheeses.
Oak: Light Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Gamay Noir
Very fruity red with low tannin levels. Deeply colored with a distinct cherry bouquet and flavor. A subtle wine that exudes warmth, an excellent choice for stews or all on its own.

Comparable Wines: Bardolino, Pinot Noir, Valpolicella
Pairing: Soups and hearty stews.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Merlot
The supple, round-bodied Merlot is enjoying increased popularity as a pure varietal. Medium to dark red, it has a distinct nose of cherries, raspberries, blackcurrants and mint, also displays some herbs and spices. A smooth mellow wine balanced for easy drinking, while its lower tannins indicate a wine that should be enjoyed relatively young.

Comparable Wines: Bordoilles Rouge, Cabernet Merlot, Malbec
Pairing: This wine partners well with cheese, beef, pork, pastas and pizza.
Oak: Light Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Montepulciano
This Italian classic has a deep ruby robe, with violet reflections. It is a complex bold wine with soft peppery tones and nuances of spice, wrapped up in a velvety texture. Well structured for aging. Smooth and delightful.

Comparable Wines: Chianti, Sangiovese
Pairing: Best to consume with Italian-style pastas and red meats.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Pinot Noir
Brilliant red color. This wine has a slightly spicy nose with hints of balsawood as well as citrus notes. A soft lively fruitiness on the palate along with mellow tannins leaves a velvety finish in the mouth. It is often referred to as the chameleon of varietals. As a young wine it exhibits simple red fruit such as cherry, strawberry and raspberry. As it matures it takes on a surprising complexity, with aromas of chocolate, venison, figs, prunes, truffles, violets and even a touch of smokiness.

Comparable Wines: Bourgeron Rouge
Pairing: Serves well with cheeses and red meats.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Sangiovese
A rich dry wine. Well-balanced, strong and full-bodied with a deep ruby red color. This wine has rich flavors of cedar and blackcurrant. It has the deep flavor of intense fruit and mellow tannins with just a hint of vanilla from the oak. The finish is clean and pleasant and is best matched with spicy foods.

Comparable Wines: Chianti, Sangiovese
Pairing: Spicy red meats, fowl and vegetables.
Oak: Light Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Shiraz
This robust dry wine is dark in color with a rich bouquet of warm berries, fresh pepper accompanied by distinctly spicy notes. It ages gracefully into a velvety wine of pure elegance, perfect for entertaining. A powerful heavy oak finish fills the palate.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Shiraz, Chianti, Vieux Chateau Du Roi
Pairing: Smooth in texture, a must for steaks, chicken and cheeses.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


Valpolicella
This refreshing, complex, medium-bodied wine, has a delicate bouquet and a rich texture. This wine possesses solid tannins and acids that delight the palate. Ruby-red color, intense raisin and floral flavors culminate in a long lingering finish. The wine is a versatile accompaniment for large dinner parties.

Comparable Wines: Bardolino, Gamay Noir, Pinot Noir
Pairing: Perfect for serving beef, stroganoff and Italian foods.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 6-9 months


Vieux Chateau Du Roi
Bright ruby color, this wine has a fine complex nose of plum and fruit jam. It is rich and hearty with a hint of ripe cherries on the palate. Its tannic backbone allows for graceful aging.

Comparable Wines: Chianti, Shiraz
Pairing: A meal of pepper steak and barbecued red meats make this wine come alive.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


Zinfandel Red
Bright ruby red with slight purple reflections. This wine has cherry and blackberry aromas with a subtle note of strawberries. Spice and pepper flavors fill the palate to both tease and satisfy. A rarity red, best served chilled along side the following;

Comparable Wines: Barolo, Shiraz
Pairing: goulash, pepper steak, BBQ spare ribs and spicy pastas.
Oak: None Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


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small-arrowAmarone small-arrowCabernet Sauvignon small-arrowPinot Noir
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small-arrowVieux Chateau Du Roi

Amarone
An irresistible wine whose elegance draws you subliminally into its orbit. Intense ruby-garnet in color, it is redolent of a profusion of aromas of coffee, cherries and sun dried fruits. Its high alcohol makes it full and generous in the mouth and it overwhelms the palate with intense flavors, prolonging your pleasure with its characteristic slightly bitter finish.

Comparable Wines: None
Pairing: It honors a meal of thick braised steak or game, as well as a juicy roast.
Oak: Heavy Body: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Barolo
A wine that evokes legend and fascination with its brilliant garnet-red and flashes of amber. The bouquet is both pleasing and intense with aromatic notes of violets and oregano. Smooth in the mouth with crisp acidity, its firm but well integrated tannins give good length on the palate. It is a wine that exudes glory, nobility and power.

Comparable Wines: Montepulciano, Zinfandel, Nebbiolo
Pairing: Serve with roasts, steaks, prime rib, lamb and mild cheeses.
Oak: Heavy Body: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Cabernet Merlot
Deep garnet hues, with a brilliant red sparkle. The intense nose of red fruits and herbaceous undertones rise from your glass. The wine is robust, fresh, well structured given its high ratio of Cabernet Sauvignon juice. With the addition of Merlot mellowing the wine, giving it that all too delightful appeal on the palate.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordailles Rouge
Pairing: Excellent with tomato based pastas, pizza, cheese and beef.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Cabernet Sauvignon
Intense red color with purplish hues, this California favorite has the delicate perfume of cherries and soft spice. A supple wine with mouth ‘smacking’ appeal and simple complexity. Its full body and solid tannins deliver a fresh spicy wine with mass appeal.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Franc, Bordailles Rouge
Pairing: Suitable for red meats, lamb and duck.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Cabernet Shiraz
This popular blend of elegant Cabernet Sauvignon along with the fruity flavor of Shiraz creates a lush, full-bodied wine bursting with blackberry, cherry and currant. The delicate oak aroma make this very intense for all your senses.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz
Pairing: Goes well with chicken and mild cheeses.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Merlot
The supple, round-bodied Merlot is enjoying increased popularity as a pure varietal. Medium to dark red, it has a distinct nose of cherries, raspberries, blackcurrants and mint, also displays some herbs and spices. A smooth mellow wine balanced for easy drinking, while its lower tannins indicate a wine that should be enjoyed relatively young.

Comparable Wines: Bordoilles Rouge, Cabernet Merlot, Malbec
Pairing: This wine partners well with cheese, beef, pork, pastas and pizza.
Oak: Light Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Pinot Noir
Brilliant red color. This wine has a slightly spicy nose with hints of balsawood as well as citrus notes. A soft lively fruitiness on the palate along with mellow tannins leaves a velvety finish in the mouth. It is often referred to as the chameleon of varietals. As a young wine it exhibits simple red fruit such as cherry, strawberry and raspberry. As it matures it takes on a surprising complexity, with aromas of chocolate, venison, figs, prunes, truffles, violets and even a touch of smokiness.

Comparable Wines: Bourgeron Rouge
Pairing: Serves well with cheeses and red meats.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Shiraz
This robust dry wine is dark in color with a rich bouquet of warm berries, fresh pepper accompanied by distinctly spicy notes. It ages gracefully into a velvety wine of pure elegance, perfect for entertaining. A powerful heavy oak finish fills the palate.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Shiraz, Chianti, Vieux Chateau Du Roi
Pairing: Smooth in texture, a must for steaks, chicken and cheeses.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


Valpolicella
This refreshing, complex, medium-bodied wine, has a delicate bouquet and a rich texture. This wine possesses solid tannins and acids that delight the palate. Ruby-red color, intense raisin and floral flavors culminate in a long lingering finish. The wine is a versatile accompaniment for large dinner parties.

Comparable Wines: Bardolino, Gamay Noir, Pinot Noir
Pairing: Perfect for serving beef, stroganoff and Italian foods.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 6-9 months


Vieux Chateau Du Roi
Bright ruby color, this wine has a fine complex nose of plum and fruit jam. It is rich and hearty with a hint of ripe cherries on the palate. Its tannic backbone allows for graceful aging.

Comparable Wines: Chianti, Shiraz
Pairing: A meal of pepper steak and barbecued red meats make this wine come alive.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


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small-arrowAlicante small-arrowCabernet Franc small-arrowMontepulciano
small-arrowAmarone small-arrowCabernet Merlot small-arrowPetit Sirah
small-arrowAustralian Cabernet Sauvignon small-arrowCabernet Sauvignon small-arrowPinot Noir
small-arrowBarbera small-arrowCabernet Shiraz small-arrowSangiovese
small-arrowBarolo small-arrowChianti small-arrowShiraz
small-arrowBergamais   small-arrowValpolicella
small-arrowBordailles Rouge small-arrowLambrusco small-arrowVieux Chateau Du Roi
small-arrowBourgeron Rouge small-arrowMerlot small-arrowZinfandel Red

Alicante
A big, full-bodied wine that is excellent as a before or after dinner drink. This deeply colored wine of purples and reds is sweet and aromatic. Its delectable smoothness is due to a low acid content, delivering a rich earthy flavor, but it is mainly used to increase the intensity of color and body in other grape varieties.

Comparable Wines: None
Pairing: A meal of steak, game or roast goes well.
Oak: Light Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Amarone
An irresistible wine whose elegance draws you subliminally into its orbit. Intense ruby-garnet in color, it is redolent of a profusion of aromas of coffee, cherries and sun dried fruits. Its high alcohol makes it full and generous in the mouth and it overwhelms the palate with intense flavors, prolonging your pleasure with its characteristic slightly bitter finish.

Comparable Wines: None
Pairing: It honors a meal of thick braised steak or game, as well as a juicy roast.
Oak: Heavy Body: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Australian Cabernet Sauvignon
Surprisingly smooth without any of the tart tannin. The fruity bouquet is rendered more enticing due to a hint of cassis, rich and dark in color, it delivers complex varietal flavors of cherries and blackberries, with a promise of herbs.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Shiraz
Pairing: Serve this along side lamb, duck, red meats and aged cheese.
Oak: Heavy Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


Barbera
Recognized for its intensity of color and good structure of tannin and acid, it presents nuances of gooseberries and a smoky, peppery bouquet and is often added to a blend to liven it up.
Smooth on the palate this wine ages well and mellows with time.

Comparable Wines: Zinfandel
Pairing: Lasagna and red meats pair well with this wine.
Oak: Heavy Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


Barolo
A wine that evokes legend and fascination with its brilliant garnet-red and flashes of amber. The bouquet is both pleasing and intense with aromatic notes of violets and oregano. Smooth in the mouth with crisp acidity, its firm but well integrated tannins give good length on the palate. It is a wine that exudes glory, nobility and power.

Comparable Wines: Montepulciano, Zinfandel, Nebbiolo
Pairing: Serve with roasts, steaks, prime rib, lamb and mild cheeses.
Oak: Heavy Body: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Bergamais
This supple, fruity and delicate red wine is best consumed young. Cherries and plums fill the nose and the sweet cherry follows through the mouth where it lingers . This refreshing wine is best served slightly chilled.

Comparable Wines: Bardolino, Pinot Noir
Pairing: A companion to fruits, desserts or light appetizers.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 1-3 months


Bordailles Rouge
A smooth and round wine, velvety with subtle notes of berry. Dry and medium in color, this clean and refreshing wine offers unique flavors of raspberry, cassis and a touch of bell pepper aroma. Low in tannin. Generous, and crisp on the palate ages well but can be enjoyed young.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
Pairing: Serve with smoked meats, fowl and strong cheese.
Oak: Medium Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Bourgeron Rouge
A dry, yet robust full-bodied French style wine with an aromatic black cherry bouquet. It has a deep color with a fruity well-rounded flavor of cranberry and cherry. Can be consumed young, but ages well too. It is a shallow, dry – easy drinking wine with the character and elegance of the wine styles of France.

Comparable Wines: Chat Dormant, Pinot Noir
Pairing: Match it to aged cheeses, hearty beef stews, pork and lamb.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 3-6 months


Cabernet Franc
It is only recently that Cabernet Franc has come into its own as a pure varietal wine. It is usually a less tannic and acidic wine with a lighter body and color.
It is however, known to be more aromatic and herbaceous than most reds and is often blended with Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot in smaller quantities where it helps to heighten the organoleptic qualities of the blend.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordailles Rouge
Pairing: Suitable with red meats, game, lamb and duck.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Cabernet Merlot
Deep garnet hues, with a brilliant red sparkle. The intense nose of red fruits and herbaceous undertones rise from your glass. The wine is robust, fresh, well structured given its high ratio of Cabernet Sauvignon juice. With the addition of Merlot mellowing the wine, giving it that all too delightful appeal on the palate.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordailles Rouge
Pairing: Excellent with tomato based pastas, pizza, cheese and beef.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Cabernet Sauvignon
Intense red color with purplish hues, this California favorite has the delicate perfume of cherries and soft spice. A supple wine with mouth ‘smacking’ appeal and simple complexity. Its full body and solid tannins deliver a fresh spicy wine with mass appeal.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Franc, Bordailles Rouge
Pairing: Suitable for red meats, lamb and duck.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Cabernet Shiraz
This popular blend of elegant Cabernet Sauvignon along with the fruity flavor of Shiraz creates a lush, full-bodied wine bursting with blackberry, cherry and currant. The delicate oak aroma make this very intense for all your senses.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz
Pairing: Goes well with chicken and mild cheeses.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Chianti
Beautiful deep garnet red with a delicate nose of red berry jam with floral hints and country berry nuances. This rich, velvety wine is full-flavored with subtle black pepper and cherry like overtones. It can be enjoyed both young and aged.

Comparable Wines: Sangiovese
Pairing: The perfect partner for Italian foods, pates and cheeses.
Oak: Light Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


 

Lambrusco
Bright ruby red in color with violet reflections, this wine is complex, charming and subtle. The aromas of ripe berries, a hint of cherries and subtle herbaceous finish with good length and structure. It is usually consumed young and often slightly chilled.

Comparable Wines: None
Pairing: Good for Italian foods, appetizers and thick sauce pastas.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Merlot
The supple, round-bodied Merlot is enjoying increased popularity as a pure varietal. Medium to dark red, it has a distinct nose of cherries, raspberries, blackcurrants and mint, also displays some herbs and spices. A smooth mellow wine balanced for easy drinking, while its lower tannins indicate a wine that should be enjoyed relatively young.

Comparable Wines: Bordoilles Rouge, Cabernet Merlot, Malbec
Pairing: This wine partners well with cheese, beef, pork, pastas and pizza.
Oak: Light Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Montepulciano
This Italian classic has a deep ruby robe, with violet reflections. It is a complex bold wine with soft peppery tones and nuances of spice, wrapped up in a velvety texture. Well structured for aging. Smooth and delightful.

Comparable Wines: Chianti, Sangiovese
Pairing: Best to consume with Italian-style pastas and red meats.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Petit Sirah
This varietal produces a big, robust, deep red wine with good aging potential. Because of its higher tannin levels, it is well suited to the amateur looking for a hefty red with substantial body. It is sometimes blended with Zinfandel to add some zest and complexity.

Comparable Wines: Syrah, Zinfandel
Pairing: Suits roasted vegetables, fowl and red meats.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Pinot Noir
Brilliant red color. This wine has a slightly spicy nose with hints of balsawood as well as citrus notes. A soft lively fruitiness on the palate along with mellow tannins leaves a velvety finish in the mouth. It is often referred to as the chameleon of varietals. As a young wine it exhibits simple red fruit such as cherry, strawberry and raspberry. As it matures it takes on a surprising complexity, with aromas of chocolate, venison, figs, prunes, truffles, violets and even a touch of smokiness.

Comparable Wines: Bourgeron Rouge
Pairing: Serves well with cheeses and red meats.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 3-6 months


Sangiovese
A rich dry wine. Well-balanced, strong and full-bodied with a deep ruby red color. This wine has rich flavors of cedar and blackcurrant. It has the deep flavor of intense fruit and mellow tannins with just a hint of vanilla from the oak. The finish is clean and pleasant and is best matched with spicy foods.

Comparable Wines: Chianti, Sangiovese
Pairing: Spicy red meats, fowl and vegetables.
Oak: Light Body: Full Aging: 6-9 months


Shiraz
This robust dry wine is dark in color with a rich bouquet of warm berries, fresh pepper accompanied by distinctly spicy notes. It ages gracefully into a velvety wine of pure elegance, perfect for entertaining. A powerful heavy oak finish fills the palate.

Comparable Wines: Cabernet Shiraz, Chianti, Vieux Chateau Du Roi
Pairing: Smooth in texture, a must for steaks, chicken and cheeses.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


Valpolicella
This refreshing, complex, medium-bodied wine, has a delicate bouquet and a rich texture. This wine possesses solid tannins and acids that delight the palate. Ruby-red color, intense raisin and floral flavors culminate in a long lingering finish. The wine is a versatile accompaniment for large dinner parties.

Comparable Wines: Bardolino, Gamay Noir, Pinot Noir
Pairing: Perfect for serving beef, stroganoff and Italian foods.
Oak: None Body: Medium Aging: 6-9 months


Vieux Chateau Du Roi
Bright ruby color, this wine has a fine complex nose of plum and fruit jam. It is rich and hearty with a hint of ripe cherries on the palate. Its tannic backbone allows for graceful aging.

Comparable Wines: Chianti, Shiraz
Pairing: A meal of pepper steak and barbecued red meats make this wine come alive.
Oak: Medium Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


Zinfandel Red
Bright ruby red with slight purple reflections. This wine has cherry and blackberry aromas with a subtle note of strawberries. Spice and pepper flavors fill the palate to both tease and satisfy. A rarity red, best served chilled along side the following;

Comparable Wines: Barolo, Shiraz
Pairing: goulash, pepper steak, BBQ spare ribs and spicy pastas.
Oak: None Body: Full Aging: 9-12 months


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small-arrowCabernet Sauvignon small-arrowShiraz Merlot
small-arrowCabernet Sauvignon Shiraz small-arrowShiraz

Cabernet Sauvignon
Light ruby red, pink reflections. Fine nose of red fruits and underbrush, medium to full-bodied the attack is mellow. The whole is very agreeable with a good sensation of alcohol, always well structured and elegant.

Parings: Beef, turkey, lamb and stews.
Sweetness: Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 12-18 months


Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz
Bold wine ! The intense fruit flavors of cherry, raspberry and blackcurrant with a hint of licorice. Benefits from oak maturation and keeps for many years. Heavy body and classic spicy tones make this a wine for serious drinking.

Parings: Wild game, red meat dishes, rich heavy sauces
Sweetness: Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 12-18 months


Shiraz Merlot
Subtle aroma of leather and black peppers match well with the rich black berry flavors. Full-bodied, this wine has intense jam and spice flavor with the softening of Merlot produces a wine with a complex structure yet easy drinking.

Parings: Grilled meats, stews
Sweetness: Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Shiraz:
The wine is deep and dark in color with warm black fruit and berries. Aging will reveal a wine that is velvety rich and spicy exhibiting a rich smoky flavor, red fruit and a hint of bittersweet chocolate. The core fruit flavors of plum, black cherries and black berries make this wine a meal onto its own.

Parings: Rich dishes, grilled red meat, wild game
Sweetness: Med-Dry Body: Full Oak: Medium Aging: 9-12 months


EL SOLO STYLE RED WINES

small-arrowMalbec small-arrowPinot Noir
small-arrowFranc Sauvignon small-arrowCarmenere
small-arrowCabernet Sauvignon small-arrowRio Grande Rojo

Malbec: This South American favorite, offers a deep garnet robe. The flavors are of intense, ripe, red fruits with a hint of cinnamon. The well-balanced oak only enhances the wine’s characteristics.

Parings: Grilled lamb, venison, and Mexican dishes
Sweetness: Dry Body: Medium Oak: Medium Aging: 9-12 months


Franc Sauvignon: Dark, rich and full-bodied, only begin to describe this wonderful blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. A bouquet of blackcurrant and black cherry with a spicy undertone. A very generous wine with solid tannins and rich mellow oak, this combination will send your taste buds into a state of euphoria.

Parings:
Well spiced game, grilled red meats, and strong cheeses
Sweetness: Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 12-18 months


Cabernet Sauvignon: Rich berry bouquet with blackcurrant undertones. The black skins have lots of tannin and deep rich color which indicate a wine with aging potential. This wine has an incredible complexity of aroma and taste with hints of cherry, chocolate and licorice.

Parings: Beef, turkey, lamb and stews
Sweetness: Dry Body: Full Oak: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Pinot Noir: Well balanced with a solid acidity and intense ruby color. Rich cherry flavored with a vegetal hint. The palate is rich fruity and appealing along with some sweet plummy fruit. Quite rich in style, low tannin ideal.

Parings: Rich red sauces, flavorful cheeses
Sweetness: Dry Body: Medium Oak: Medium Aging: 6-9 months


Carmenere: Once mistaken for a Merlot, this mysterious grape varietals has recently been identified as an old world pre-phyloxera clone. This wine’s character is distinct with a blackcurrant nose and fruit jam flavors. Integrated consumption, although the wine ages well due to its rich and complex nature.

Parings: Grilled meats and vegetables
Sweetness: Dry Body: Medium Oak: Light Aging: 9-12 months


Rio Grande Rojo: This wine has a ruby robe. Heavy rich and “BIG” in every way. Heavy toasted oak used in its design, release the earth , burnt chocolate and vanilla tones, spicy with pronounced black cherry, plum and blackcurrant undertones. A real full-bodied wine that distinguishes itself with elegance.

Parings: Rich heavy sauces, red meat, seasoned game, strong cheeses
Sweetness: Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 12-18 months


OLD VINE CALIFORNIA STYLE RED WINES

small-arrowZinfandel small-arrowCabernet Sauvignon small-arrowMerlot

Zinfandel: Big blockbuster old style wine. This wine has a bright garnet robe. The nose is of ripe black cherries, with wild berry undertones. To the palate it is solid, yet smooth with a long earthy finish. Overall it is wine that is deserving of its heritage, bold , solid yet surprisingly smooth.

Parings: you can practically make a meal of this wine! Spicy wild game, well seasoned grilled meats
Sweetness: Very Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 12-18 months


Cabernet Sauvignon: Old world varietals in the new world, from extremely old vines. Full ripe berry and blackcurrant with a herbal character. This wine is full-bodied with solid tannins, yet it is surprisingly smooth with an extremely long finish.

Parings: Grilled meat, cured meat, strong cheeses (very old cheddar, aged parmigiano..)
Sweetness: Very Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 12-18 months


Merlot: Rich with soft, smooth tannins and blackcurrant undertones with an underlying pepper nose. The “Smoky” oak flavors add to the wines subtle softness. It’s long, full, elegant finish will leave you wanting more.

Parings: Rich sauce pastas, grilled veal and pork
Sweetness: Very Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 12-18 months


BOLO BAMBINO STYLE RED WINES

small-arrowValpolicella small-arrowAmarone
small-arrowChianti small-arrowBarolo

Valpolicella: This refreshing, complex, medium-bodied wine has a delicate bouquet and a rich texture. Fragrant and fruity with an explosion of red tree fruit and ripe red berries. This wine possesses solid tannins and acids that delight the palate. This wine is a versatile accompaniment for large dinner parties, a wine to be enjoyed amongst good friends.

Parings: Rich pastas, grilled meats and poultry, semi-ripened cheeses.
Sweetness: Dry Body: Medium Oak: Medium Aging: 9-12 months


Chianti: Rich and full this traditional Italian wine is truly from the old school. The wine possesses that lively attack expected from Chianti but finishes with a deep berry flavored smoothness. A robust red wine, in the style of Italy’s coveted Tuscany region, with deep ruby and violet reflections. This complex wine exhibits hints of spices and black cherry notes with just a hint of dark burnt chocolate and home made jam.

Parings: Pasta, antipasto, veal and pork dishes
Sweetness: Dry Body: Full Oak: Medium Aging: 9-12 months


Amarone: This powerful red wine bursts with tree-ripened fruit flavors balanced to an unrivalled finesse. The wine is majestic from its deep rich red color to its heavy body. The nose is reminiscent of ripe black cherries and red stone fruit. Fruit jam flavors abound with an intensity that lingers well into the next bottle.

Parings: Grilled beef and wild game and pasta dishes with heavy sauces. Strong cheese (very old cheddar, gorgonzola etc.)
Sweetness: Very Dry Body: Heavy Oak: Heavy Aging: 9-12 months


Barolo: The “King of Kings” as the old houses of Italy’s famed Piedmont region claim. This Barolo meets the calling with a brilliant garnet radiance. Generous and robust, this style has hints of violets and fresh herbs. Oak, acidity and tannins in perfect harmony, deliver a wine that will fare well from cellaring. Heavy body and intense field berries abound and a spicy finish.

Parings: Rich stews, grilled meat and wild game dishes
Sweetness: Dry Body: Full Oak: Heavy Aging: 12-18 months


Fruit Wines

small-arrowBLACKBERRY MERLOT small-arrowCRANBERRY SHIRAZ
small-arrowBLACK CHERRY PINOT NOIR small-arrowRASPBERRY MERLOT
small-arrowBLACK CURRANT MERLOT small-arrowWILDBERRY SHIRAZ

BLACKBERRY MERLOT The crisp, refreshing smoothness of Merlot adds yet another dimension of character to the dark, tangy tartness of fresh, picked berries. Rich and flavorful, it is guaranteed to please.


BLACK CHERRY PINOT NOIR When the tart, tangy flavor of black cherry meets the spicy earthiness of Pinot Noir, taste buds look out! You’ve got the best of both worlds.


BLACK CURRANT MERLOT The crisp, refreshing smoothness of Merlot adds yet another dimension of character to the dark, tangy tartness of fresh, picked currants. Rich and flavorful, it is guaranteed to please.


CRANBERRY SHIRAZ The crisp taste of fresh cranberries is harmoniously blended with the velvety richness of Shiraz in this sweet, plum-red wine. Its robust, yet elegant, sweet berry flavours make it the perfect poolside companion.


RASPBERRY MERLOT This fruit wine offers the succulent, mouth-watering flavours of sweet, ripe raspberries blended with the dellightful medium bodied character of a merlot.


WILDBERRY SHIRAZ The crisp, refreshing smoothness of Shiraz adds yet another dimension of character to the dark, tangy tartness of fresh, picked berries. Rich and flavorful, it is guaranteed to please.


Vintner’s Select Series

small-arrowItalian Grand Barolo small-arrowItalian Amarone classic
small-arrowChilean Cabernet Shiraz small-arrowChilean Carmenere
small-arrowChilean Shiraz small-arrowChilean Merlot

Italian Grand Barolo

What every red wine wants to be; a robust red, very dry and full-bodied with a wonderful bouquet of violets and fresh herbs. Alcohol, acidity and tannins in perfect balance make for a wine fit for kings. It is often described as a chewy wine. It is best to open a Barolo an hour before serving for proper aeration. Like many Italian wines, it is best with food.

Serve with rich, hearty stews and grilled red meats
Body (4) Oak (2) Sweetness (1) Potential Alcohol (13.5) Additions (R)
Aging 12-15 Months


Chilean Cabernet Shiraz

Rich and full-bodied with solid tannins and acidity. This wine delivers its full bounty absorbed from the Chilean terrain. Its deep garnet robe is matched in intensity only by its full range of flavors. Black cherries aromas blend wonderfully with its fruit jam flavors to create a wonderful experience for the senses. Always a crowd pleaser.

Serve with grilled meats and strong cheese
Body (3) Oak (2) Sweetness (1) Potential Alcohol (14) Additions
Aging 9-12 Months


Chilean Shiraz

Rich and spicy. The color is deep and dark with aromas of red berries and black fruit. Full-bodied with rich velvety tannins and distinct black fruits with a lingering smoky flavor.

Serve with rich beef dishes or wild game
Body (3) Oak (3) Sweetness (1) Potential Alcohol (13.5) Additions (R)
Aging 9-12 Months


Italian Amarone classic

A powerful red wine bursting with tree ripened fruit flavors balanced to an unrivalled fitness. Always majestic, the nose is reminiscent of ripe black cherries, hints of candied fruit and prunes. A very extracted dry wine with a generous velvety body high in alcohol.

Serve with grilled beef, wild game and pasta dishes with heavy sauces
Body (4) Oak (2) Sweetness (1) potential Alcohol (14.5) Additions (R)
Aging 12-18 Months


Chilean Carmenere

Chile’s rising star has a distinct blackcurrant nose with fruit jam flavors. Its soft integrated tannins allow for early consumption, yet the wine ages gracefully due to its rich and complex nature. Exhibits aromas of coffee, mocha and green pepper.

Serve with grilled meats and vegetables
Body (3) Oak (2) Sweetness (1) Potential Alcohol (13.5) Additions
Aging 9-12 Months


Chilean Merlot

Generous and smooth, this Chilean red wine is easy drinking with soft tannins and a hint of oak. The bouquet is of lush red barriers with an herbaceous undertone. On the palate, it is smooth and warm. It can taste of ripe plums and chocolate and feel like velvet.

Serve with lightly seasoned white meats
Body (2) Oak (1) Sweetness (1) Potential Alcohol (13) Additions (R)
Aging 9-12 Months