February 12, 2019
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July 21-22, 2019
We’ve been told for years that old wines are the best wines. It’s true that some wines taste better when well-aged, but when it comes to the health aspects of wine, old wine isn’t as good! Young red wines contain greater tannin levels than any other type of wine. So we present some great wine for 2019.
Reserve Merlot features to you some toasty aromas of plum pudding, espresso, and black licorice. To your mouth, you’ll find flavors of mocha with the notes of blackberry and baking chocolate. St. Francis Winery and Vineyard brings to you this red wine with 15.2% alcohol for your great evening.
From the vineyards near Santa Ynez River, Windrun’s Pinot Noir engages you with its wild aroma of blackberry, earth, and allspice, punctuated by a luscious, long finish. The dark garnet color and robust, sumptuous mouthfeel give you the experience of Sta. Rita Hills
Alamos Malbec is an authentic Argentine wine that is found in Mendoza’s high altitudes. This wine blends the deeply concentrated plum flavors of the country’s signature with small portions of Syrah and Bonarda to add some dark cherry and blackberry flavors.
An intense red wine with the aroma of fruits, reminiscent of plum and blackberry, El Capitán Malbec gives you the hints of vanilla and sweet highlighting its velvety structure. It brings to you a balanced, persistent and a complex final for your mouth.
Cabernet Sauvignon jumps off the glass with an intense bold bouquet of coffee beans, licorice, blueberry, and aged tobacco. You find some interesting palate strikes with dark fruits, accompanied by chocolate, mocha, and anise. As a Napa Valley Cabernet should be it has a silky texture, savory tannins, and long finish.
From the origins of Vino de la Tierra de Castilla (I.G.P), Merlot is a Roble red wine which on your nose comes with aromas of spice and fruits. The deep and intense cherry color comes as a powerful and fleshy palate with 14% alcohol.
Cabernet Sauvignon from Robert John Vineyards consists an alcohol content of 15.2% bringing to you the aromas of dark chocolate, blackberries, and cassis. On your mouth, you’ll feel the flavors of wild berries, sweet oak, and black pepper. You get a full-bodied profile with coarse tannins, a complex plate, and broad mouthfeel. 2013 was one of the best vintages California has seen!
For your evenings of 2019 Boeger Winery brings to you Tempranillo with aromas of fig and plum accompanied by herbaceous and leathery notes. It is bright and fresh on the palate as well as well structured and proper polish.
Cabernet Sauvignon comes with an alcohol content of 15.4% and has been aged for 30 months in New French Oak barrels. You find aromas of black currants, tobacco, and vanilla. To your mouth, you get the flavors of cassis, blackberries and dark chocolate. It’s a Full bodied profile with coarse tannins, a complex palate, and broad mouthfeel.
Tomillar Crianza Tempranillo is an intense ruby red drink with slight purplish hues. To your nose, you find an intense aroma, rich in expression with nuances of the aging process, ripe red fruit complementing hints of spice and cocoa sweet. It features sweet and smooth lamins, it is round, fleshy and full of spiced sensations with a broad finish.
Lignum produced by Enoitalia comes to you in an intense ruby red color. To your nose, there are intense notes of ripped cherry, dark chocolate, and wood. It’s smooth and full bodied, with a persistent dark chocolate finish.
Vinoski Winery brings to you a classic old vine Zin, Zinfandel. The aroma of black cherries and plums reaches your nose with a sort of melted-dark-chocolate-with-coffee. It’s just a seamless decanted fruit held in balance by super-velvety-smooth and chalky tannins. Alas! It does give you a satisfying finish.
Rosé, produced by Happy Hour comes to you with a stunning blend of crisp and vibrant notes of strawberries accompanied with white peaches and citrus. It brings to you an Alcohol content of 12.5%, perfectly suiting for your special wine in 2019.
This Cabernet Sauvignon brought to you by Peter Mertes KG is a medium bodied, full of dark berry aromas. To your mouth, it brings flavors of rounded cherry and blackcurrant flavors. This wine is made from the selected Cabernet Sauvignon grapes that grow in Spain.
This Chardonnay is best when it is chilled and paired with some roasted chicken or light pasta dishes or seafood. To your mouth, you find a ripe, round Chardonnay full of apple and melon flavors which is accompanied by hints of vanilla and then punctuated with a soft finish. This wine is made from the selected Chardonnay grapes grown in Australia.
Cabernet Sauvignon produced by Robert John Vineyards brings to you aromas of blackberries, butterscotch, and anise. To your mouth, it has flavors of dark fruits, black cherry, and spice. This wine was built for aging, but good luck trying to wait.
Bisiesto is a ripe cherry red colored wine with purple trim. To your nose, you find intense aromas mainly of ripe, berries and fruit. To your palate, it’s structured with a good balance between the fruit and the oak-aging aromas.
El Capitán Chardonnay in color is a pale yellow drink with greenish reflections. You sense the aromas of citrus fruits, mainly of Chardonnay grapes and white fruits. It has balanced acidity with fresh fruits to your mouth.
This Pinot Noir from the vineyards in Carnero, Napa Valley has an elegant bouquet of watermelon, under-ripe strawberries, blood orange, and roses. The palate is too dry but still, it has strong flavors of red fruits and citrus. The finish is balanced with a mouth-coating minerality.
N°1 Saint-Cernin, brought to you by Maison Wessman, has a beautiful deep and intense red color with some purple highlights. This wine offers you a scent of great complexity, combining with cherry, blood orange, hazelnut, and subtle spicy note. The smooth acidity adds a subtle freshness and a long finish for this elegant wine
The USA Wine Ratings competition was introduced by Beverage Trade Network which organizes wine events worldwide. The competition aims to recognize, reward and promote wine brands that are created to identify with and target a specific wine drinker. The competition works on three major criteria; quality, packaging and value for money. For any brand to earn its space on a retailer’s shelf or a restaurant’s wine list, they must be marketable and consumer driven and not just produced in the general hope it can find enough people willing to sell and buy it. This approach of USA Wine Ratings makes the competition different from other wine competitions.
Enter your wines into 2019 USA Wine Ratings before 12 February 2019 to avail Super Early Bird Pricing. Enter Here.