I have decided that Saturday would be the day I share my wine tasting experiences and what wines I enjoyed and purchased. This week I decided on the Colavita Ripasso dela Valpolicella.
- The country of origin : Italy.
- Vintage: 2012, Dryness: Dry, Body Medium
- Its intense ruby red is followed by aromas of spice and dark fruit. Well-balance, with flavors of wild berries on the finish.
- Price: $12.99
Today Colavita is famous for their olive oil. Initially the estate started as a vineyard.
The other featured wines for tasting were:
Famille Bougier Savignon Blanc – origin (France)
- White minerals, grapefruit, and lime blossom accented by a touch of freshly cut grass.
- Great with goat cheese or chicken pot pie.
- Price: $11.44
Radius Chardonnay – origin (Washington)
- Washington wines are a less expensive alternative classics wines from California.
- Radius combines notes of pear, apple and pear juice , with almonds and butterscotch
- tones and a long, decadent finish
- Price: $8.49
Five Branches Pinot Noir – origin (California)
- Dark cherry, hints of red plum and vanilla, with a silky finish. You may not be hesitant about opening several prices because of are inexpensive.
- Price: $8.49
Les Vigneauc Cabernt Sagnon (France)
- A tasty liquor no close
- Red current with a hint of tart cherry; accented by plume, anise, and earthy spices. A great pairings with steak au poivre.
- Price: $ 7.99
Rivata Casa Rossa Sweet Red (Italy)
- It’s soft, semisweet quaffer bursts with flavors of freshly picked plums and blackberies.
- Best served chilled.
- Price: $11.99