The Great Jen-Nis Weekend Winery Escapade

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Rustic Red – Wellborn Winery

Our wine tonight is the Rustic Red from Wellborn Winery in Travelers Rest, South Carolina.

Produced of locally grown Chambourchin.

Non- vintage.

Light ruby in color.

Nose of fresh baked blueberry muffins, raspberries, passion fruit, dark cherries and the forest after a morning mist.

Semi-sweet.

Flavor notes of tart raspberries, red currants, boysenberries, and a fresh hot cherry turnover, slight smokiness on the finish with a lingering tartness of a Christmas fruitcake.

12% ABV

This wine is racking up awards.

Gold medal winner in the 2019 Wine of the South Competition. Silver medal winner in the 2018 Palmetto Wine Competition.

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Masala – World’s Edge Meadery

Our wine tonight is the Masala from World’s Edge Meadery in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

Mead infused with natural Chai Tea flavor.

Color of polished gold.

Prominent nose of chai tea with hints of wildflower honey.

Flavor notes of sweet honey, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, nutmeg, cumin, and vanilla.

11% ABV

$20 per bottle.

Serve chilled.

Pair with soft cheeses or carrot cake.

#NCWine #NCMead #Hendersonville #NorthCarolina #PointLookout

Corot Noir – Midnight Magdalena Vineyards

Our wine tonight is the Corot Noir from Midnight Magdalena Vineyards.

Vintage 2017

100% Estate Grown Corot Noir.

North Carolina’s Swan Creek AVA.

Developed at Cornell in 1970, Corot Noir is a hybrid of Seyve Villard and Steuben.

Gorgeous dark ruby in color.

Decant for one hour to open.

Very fruit forward nose of Bing Cherries, Red Plums, and Blackberries.

Medium bodied, soft tannins, dry.

Flavor notes of ripe cherries, blueberries, red currants, and plum, softly fading to earthy and mineral tones.

12% ABV.

$24 a bottle.

#NCWine #SwanCreekAVA #CorotNoir

Versailles “Si” … – Divine Llama Vineyards

Our wine tonight is is the Versailles “SI” … from Divine Llama Vineyards in North Carolina’s Yadkin Valley AVA.

Blend of 90% Traminette and 10% Peach Juice.

Light straw in color. Delicate.

Nose is expressively perfumed of sliced peaches with an essence of fresh roses!

Flavor tones on the palate of a fresh peach bellini, notes of lemon juice and pears, finishing softly with hints of apricots and gingerbread cookies.

12% ABV

We would recommend pairing with your favorite Asian Fusion combination.

Yes…it’s a working Llama farm…..and the Llamas are wildly popular.

Rosé Blend – Leftie Wine

Our wine tonight is the Final Frontier Rosé Blend from Leftie Wine Company.

Light salmon in color.

Red blend that undergoes a secondary fermentation with peach juice.

Expressive nose of peach schnapps, bing cherries, apricots, coconut, and buttery.

Fruity on the tongue, expressive notes of freshly sliced peaches, vanilla beans, cashews, and finishing buttery and dry.

12% ABV

$9 a bottle.

Produced in California.

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Riesling – Point Lookout Vineyards

Our wine tonight is the Riesling from Point Lookout Vineyards in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Vintage 2016.

Riesling from North Carolina.

Light golden color.

Nose exhibiting soft minerality, pink grapefruit, lemon, and freshly sliced golden delicious apples.

Off dry on the palate.

Crisp with medium acidity.

Flavor notes of lemon meringue pie, Bosc pears, green vegetables, Granny Smith apples, and soft herbs with a lingering minerality.

11% ABV.

The vineyards sit high atop the Southeast slope of Point Lookout Mountain in North Carolina’s Crest of the Blue Ridge Henderson County AVA.

Milk House White – Baker Buffalo Creek Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the Milk House White, a scuppernong wine from Baker Buffalo Creek Vineyard just outside of Shelby, North Carolina.

Non-vintage.

Fermented of 100% scuppernong grapes.

The state fruit of North Carolina.

Color of 24 karat gold……. just polished!

Intense musky nose, hints of honeysuckle, lemon, citrus, and butterscotch.

Distinctive sweet flavor notes of lemon, lime, honeysuckle, dandelion, green apples, bananas foster, and cheap brandy, with a long bold finish reminiscent of eating wild scuppernongs right off the vine.

Labeled as table wine (7 – 14% ABV). I’d guess close to around 10% ABV.

The scuppernong is a native Muscadine variety. The fruit is a large berry, bronze in color with amazingly thick skins. The oldest cultivated vine in the U.S.A. Is the Mother Vine, a 400 plus year old scuppernong vine in North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

Oaked Black Cherry – Wandering Bard Meadery

Our wine tonight is the award winning Oaked Black Cherry from Wandering Bard Meadery In Mauldin, South Carolina.

Stunning light ruby in color.

Still. Semi-Sweet. Melomel type mead.

Aromas of smoke, oak, and juicy fruit gum.

Flavor notes of honey, black cherries, rum, Charcoal, fading to a finish of medium oak and vanilla.

Aged on toasted American oak.

12% ABV.

Silver Medal winner in the 2019 Palmetto Wine Competition.

This is an easy drinking mead bursting with flavor.

Springlot – Delaplane Cellars

Our wine tonight is the 2015 Springlot from Delaplane Cellars in Delaplane Virginia.

Red blend of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Cabernet Franc, and 20% Merlot.

Beautiful inky color with purplish rim.

Nose of oak, leather, cedar, dark fruit, and cocoa.

Full bodied.

Smooth on the palate, dry, and fruity with flavor notes of maraschino cherries, blackberries, red plums, black currants, and pomegranates, with a lingering finish of oak, leather, black licorice, and vanilla.

13% ABV

$52.00 a bottle.

Decant for 60 minutes.

Drinking superb now.

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