Whiskey Blend – Zac Brown Distillery

Tonight something special for me, on the rocks.

From Zac Brown Distillery in Dahlonega, Georgia, yeah that Zac Brown, a blend of bourbon, light whiskey, wheat whiskey, and brandy from Z Alexander Brown Uncaged Pinot Noir.

Pleasant aromas of butterscotch, caramel, and oak. Drinks lighter than a bourbon, more complex than a light whiskey, and at 82 proof finishes smooth and mellow.


Dry Rosè – Biltmore Estate

Our wine tonight is the Limited Release Dry Rosè from Biltmore Estate.

This Dry Rosè wine of American grown grape was in our recent wine club shipment. A delicate fruit nose with layers of berry flavors which linger on the finish.

We thoroughly enjoy being Biltmore Estate wine club members and annual pass holders. We often drop in Sunday evening for a bottle of wine and dinner at the Bistro.

Burly Tasting – Napa

Our wine tonight is a tasting of several Burly Napa Valley. Both Cab Sauv’s are really spectacular.

We tasted the Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and the Special Selection Cabernet Sauvignon at $80 a bottle.

Revinoor’s Red – Calaboose Cellars

Our wine tonight is Revinoor’s Red from Calaboose Cellars. A semi-sweet red blend.

Calaboose Cellars is the smallest free standing full production winery in America. Located high in the Smokey Mountains in an old stone building once utilized as a jailhouse. Got to Love their slogan, “grapes doin’ time.”

Kaya Blue – Kaya Vineyards and Winery

Our wine tonight is the Kaya Blue, Merlot blush, from Kaya Vineyards and Winery in the Dahlonega Plateau AVA.

A crisp light semi-sweet blush with a tempting nose of red currant and flavor notes of strawberries and ripe cherries.

Kaya Vineyard and Winery is a rebirth of closed Blackstock Vineyards. One of the largest and oldest vineyards of the Dahlonega Plateau featuring stunning views from of the surrounding North Georgia mountains.