This blend of 88% Chardonnay, 10% viognier, and 2% semillon grapes greets you with aromas of jasmine and honey suckle - the scent of a perfect summer afternoon. Your first sip of this easy drinking wine from Washington State delights you with creamy flavors of ripe peach, nectarine and pear and it keeps you company through a lingering finish with a hint of melon. This chardonnay is light, only slightly sweet, with a bit of oak that carries over from the aging process - a fine companion for an afternoon cocktail along with fruit and cheese, or as a compliment to dinner with grilled chicken or pork. Try some with our compliments to see how you like it!
About the winery: Precept Wines is the largest family owned wine company in the northwest USA. It represents emerging wine regions throughout Washington State, Oregon, Idaho and New Mexico. Among other fine wines in their portfolio is Gruet Champagne, on of New Mexico's finest sparkling wines.
Add some sparkle to your weekend with Enza Prosecco, champagne’s sexy Italian cousin. Made from 100% glera (prosecco) grapes, this food friendly wine offers subtle tastes of pear, green apple, peach and honeysuckle. Try some of this delicate and dry bubbly on us to see how it might enrich your Mother’s Day plans.
If bubbles don’t fit your mood, try a different festive wine: Charles (Smith) and Charles (Bieler) 2013 Rose. This rewarding rose, from the Columbia Valley in Washington State is a blend similar to classic roses from the Rhone valley in France, consisting of (mostly) syrah with smaller amounts of Grenache, counoise and mourvedre grapes. Smooth and dry, the blend greets you with subtle hints of wild strawberry, watermelon and citrus. Like all good roses, this wine compliments most fish and fowl dishes, and has no problem being the center of attention for sipping all by itself. Be our guest. Try some with our compliments.
By the way, if you can’t decide, bubbles or pink, you can avoid the stress. Buy them both!