Tasting Notes: A perfect salmon color matched with fresh fruit on the nose and palate. Crushed rock creates a weighty, dry sipper packaged in a handy screw cap bottle. Bring it on a picnic with fried chicken.
Tasting Notes: Don't be fooled by this wine’s delicate pale color. Crafted from 100% gamay, this wine bursts from the glass with lively cranberry and strawberry aromas and a lengthy mineral-driven finish.
Tasting Notes: This 100% cabernet franc has a lovely dark ruby aspect in the glass. On the nose, dark fruits dominate, with subtle hints of milk chocolate and spice. It has nice weight, with rich fruit leading the way, and nice weight and texture. A very versatile red wine, it's not overly tannic, and is ready to enjoy now.
Tasting Notes: When Adrianna Catena began her own wine, making a venture, she named it El Enemigo, or “the enemy.” But the venture was not designed to be a competition with her auspicious father’s business. So perhaps “frenemies” would be more appropriate. This luscious, deep garnet cabernet franc epitomizes what this varietal can be on its own. Black currant and plum, sweet, spices and oak notes. All combine, spend 16 months in French oak barrels and give a long finish with great balance that pairs with any hardy meat focused menu.
Tasting Notes: This modest winery just outside of Dahlonega in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia produces one killer cab franc. Dark fruit, smooth tannins and plenty of back bone. Bring your lunch and sip a bottle on their outdoor patio!
Tasting Notes: Blackberry and cherry notes dance along the nose and palate, with herbal and floral flavors that make this Long Island wine shine. A dash of merlot blended in gives the it an edge of beauty, with fruit and a smooth texture to tie everything together nicely.
Tasting Notes: Produced from older cabernet franc vines, this wine’s vineyard enjoys both biodynamic and organic certifications. The wine does not see any added sulfites added to the native yeast, used for fermentation. Brilliant ruby, with notes on the nose and palate of red berries, and touches herbs. Elegant, with superb focus; this is a wine to accompany a special meal.
Tasting Notes: Sourced from two of Washington's finest vineyards, the wine is a bright, deeper ruby, with great depth of color. The nose and palate offer a lovely, complex combination of dark fruit and subtle spice notes. It is quite weighty, as well as mouth filling. A great choice if grilled meats are part of your dinner.
Tasting Notes: A stunning blend of pinot noir, chardonnay, cabernet fran, and a touch of chenin blanc. A softer salmon color in the glass, the nose is quite fragrant, with red fruit notes. The palate is lush, with enough acidity to support the fruit, and has a long and balanced finish.
Tasting Notes: This rosé version of Cabernet Franc accentuates the elegance and finesse of the grape growing and wine making processes. Clean, bright, tremendously food friendly, it's a wonderfully supple and elegant wine.
Tasting Notes: 100% Cabernet Franc from organically grown grapes from vineyards in the Saumur village of Breze. The wine is fermented and aged in stainless steel. Expressive floral, black fruit and coffee aromas combine with rich earth tones. Concentrated flavors of blackberry, plum and mocha harmonize with firm tannins and a lovely hint of terroir. The finish is long with sweet/tart acidity melding perfectly with the tannins. Decant for at least two hours and pair with roast pork, duck, lamb or game. Though very enjoyable now, this wine will cellar beautifully for 3-5 years.