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European Tasting

WineTasting

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Huber Riesling Traisental, Austria lemon-lime, apple and green peach flavors and lost of fresh acidity. Hints of smoke mark the minerals finish *Not a sweet Riesling*
Ca Lojera Trebbiano, Lugana, Italy Italy Perfumey, floral and citrusy on the nose. On the palate, tangerine, melon, and stone fruit dominate with distinct minerality, brisk acidity, and beautiful balance.
Nessa Albarino, Spain Adegas Gran Vinum Albarino “Nessa” Rias Baixas, Spanin Full-bodied yet crisp, with zest, mineral and somke flavors. Finishes with graceful floral and guava notes
Anna Maria Abbona Dolcetto d’doglilani, Piedmont, Italy Italy Fresh red and black currant aromas and flavors, with a very sillky palate
San Roman “Prima”, Tinta de Toro, Spain “Prima” Toro, Spain – Tinta de Toro complex bouquet of toasty oak, pencil-lead damp earth, licorice, tpenade, and black-berry Layered and multi-dimensional. Yum!
Petite Cassagne Costieres di Nimes Domaine de la Petite Cassagne Costieres-de-Nimes, France Rhone Valley. Deep ruby/purple-tinged with losts of cassis, raspberry, licorice, and hearty, earthy notes – exhibits excellent ripeness, a delicious, sillk mid-palate, and a beautiful finsh 30% Grenache, 30% Syrah, and 40% Carignan
Created by: rmc19572