I stopped by Friday afternoon for the start of this “Going to the Dogs” tasting. I really liked the Rosenblum Cellars Chateau La Paws Pinot Noir. Light mouthfeel but very nice fruit up front. And of course the MollyDooker Boxer was great (Kind of a stretch as a dog wine since they are referring to a pugilist but I don’t mind. I love this wine). Roger said there are some things that just make life better; namely dogs, with wine being a close second! Whether it’s an eager, wagging tail or the comfort of a curled up body at your feet, dogs provide the epitome of simple pleasures. It’s a tribute to the simple joys in life; good dogs and great wines.”
The Rosenblum wines featured are all non-vintage. Each bottle sports the portrait of a dog with their name. They cost $18 at Rosenblum’s vineyard but at the Vineyard they cost $15.99.
Drop by Saturday from 3 to 6. Only $8.
He adds, “A trained veterinarian, in 1970 Kent Rosenblum moved from his native Minnesota to join a veterinary practice in Alameda, California. He quickly fell in love with Northern California and its emerging wine scene. With his wife Kathy and several friends, he formed a weekly wine group, traveling to tasting rooms in Napa, Sonoma and other up-and-coming regions to explore the diversity of the state’s great appellations. Kent soon took up home winemaking. Applying his strong background in science, a keen sense of smell, and a natural inquisitiveness, Kent impressed his friends with the quality of his early wines. Intent on expanding his knowledge, Kent began studying his favorite wines, meticulously deconstructing their terroirs, and the techniques used in their production. Common themes began to take shape that would later define Rosenblum Cellars.”
All the profits Rosenblum makes from these wines goes to no-kill shelters! Here’s the line up:
• Dachshund German Riesling
• Rosenblum Cellars Chateau La Paws White
• Hill Wine Company Chardonnay
• Rosenblum Cellars Chateau La Paws Pinot Noir
• Rosenblum Cellars Chateau La Paws Red Blend
• Hoopla Cabernet Sauvignon or MollyDooker Boxer or Chronic Cellars “Dead Nuts”
Come in and support the dogs, and kitties too! $8
Where: Vineyard Wine Market (map), 4414 Evans to Lock Road, Evans, GA. (706) 922-9463
When: Friday, Feb. 6, 2014, 4:30-6:30PM. Saturday, Feb. 7, 2014, 3 to 6 pm.
Cost: $8


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