N o fireworks this weekend but there was great wines to try for your Memorial Day weekend. Roger said these are new to the tasting lineup.
Where: Vineyard Wine Market (map), 4414 Evans to Lock Road, Evans, GA. (706) 922-9463

When: Friday, May 26, 2017, 5-7 PM and Saturday, May 27, 2017, 5-7 PM.
Cost: $10
Here are the wines presented (click to see more):

  1. Paul Direder Gruner Veltliner 2015
  2. Domaine Casa Rossa Ile De Beaute 2016
  3. Buried Cane Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
  4. McPrice Myers Syrah 2014
  5. The Fableist Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
  6. The Fableist Petite Sirah 2015

Here are the detailed wine notes:
Paul Direder Gruner Veltliner 2015 | Austria
“Gruener Veltliner” is by far the most important white wine in Austria. Thanks to the deep loess in his vineyards, Hundsberg and Kirchenfeld, Paul D. is able to grow grapes that produce a lightly citrus and fresh wine.Clear, bright, springtime green. Fresh, yellow apple, sweet pea, mature citrus fruits aromas. Green apple, pineapple, smooth with a slight ginger taste
Serve with chicken or fish dishes, risotto. Sautéed hake with a basil cream. Website
Cost: $14.99
Domaine Casa Rossa Ile De Beaute 2016 | Corsica, France
The Domaine Casa Rossa rosé wine is well structured, round and fruity. It is pink in color with purple tints. Its complex nose conveys the aroma of red fruits with characteristic spicy notes. On the palate this wine displays a nice balanced and renders a pleasurable and nuanced sensation with a slightly peppery turkey flavor. Goes well with tapas, salad niçoises, grilled meat, barbecue, and Corsican charcuterie. It ought to be served at a temperature of about 10°C.
Cost: $10.99
Buried Cane Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 | Columbia Valley, Washington State
The king of red varietals, Cabernet Sauvignon, is also king of Washington State. In this northwest corner of the the USA, Cabernet Sauvignon reliably makes wines that combine great varietal character and value. Washington State’s primary vineyard areas are at the same latitude as Bordeaux, France, the historic home of Cabernet Sauvignon. It shouldn’t really be any surprise that great Cabernet wine is made in both places. Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon makes deep, purple colored wines, with definitive dark-fruit and herbal varietal character. While they are appealing for that dark fruit in their youth, they have the structure to age remarkably in the bottle. Aromas of black cherry, red raspberry, and fresh-roasted coffee, with hints of spice. Soft, rich, and round in the mouth. Well-balanced with a lingering cherry and spice finish. Website
Cost: $15.99
McPrice Myers Syrah 2014 | Paso Robles, California
Black cherry, black raspberry, cocoa powder, graphite, grilled herbs, spring flowers, fall spices and loganberry preserves are followed by a generous lingering finish with soft, sweet tannins. 90% Sryah, 5% Petite Sirah and 5% Viognier. Website
Cost: $21.99
The Fableist Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 | Paso Robles California
The 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon greets you with scents of lush blue fruit and memories of your grandfather’s briarwood pipe. As the flavor begins to march across your palate it leaves behind hints of sweet plums, warm cedar planks and freshly ground spices. Every little sip leaves you comfortable, content and just feelin’ lucky. 76% Cabernet, Sauvignon, 10% Merlot,
5% Tempranillo, 5% Cabernet Franc, 4% Petite Sirah. Website
Cost: $22.99
The Fableist Petite Sirah 2015 | Paso Robles California
Front loaded with dark chocolate, ripe cherry and black pepper. Full bodied, bright and ready for date night. 90% Petite Sirah, 5% Syrah, 5% Grenache. Website
Cost: $22.99


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