Toast of the Town

Crisp fall breezes, back porches and fire pits, and long, lavish sunsets. This is the time of year to savor the complex and rich flavor profiles of the most delicious wine varieties – and autumn just so happens to coincide with the harvest season. Brimming baskets of grape bunches are making their way to tank rooms around the world as they begin the journey to becoming one of your favorite fall vinos.

Imagery Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Aromatic floral notes including honeysuckle and gardenia set the stage for this buttery gold sauvignon blanc. Adding to the profile are flavors of grapefruit, citrus, and pineapple. A hint of 15% Muscat grapes helps refine and soften this wine’s finish with a faint trace of sweetness.

Diora La Petite Grace Pinot Noir 2015

Rich and complex, this smooth pinot noir showcases flavors of black cherry, chocolate, and coffee with subtle earthy undertones. More full-bodied than some lighter pinot noirs, this particular wine will pair nicely with a wide range of dishes. Enjoy it through the lingering finish.

Francis Ford Coppola Diamond Black Label Pavilion Chardonnay 2016 

This complex profile offers a smattering of luscious tropical fruit flavors balanced with a cool touch of citrus and mineral flavors. Due to the delicate fermentation process that takes place in French oak barrels, a smooth, long vanilla finish presents a pleasing character.

Daniel Cohn Bellacosa Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Bellacosa, or “beautiful thing,” is a complex and decadent cabernet sauvignon. Its velvety texture and deep rich color are indicative of the plum and dark berry flavors ready to greet your palate on the front end. The full body is rounded out with notes of oak, spice, and mocha along with the complement of earthy tannins.

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