Rosé of Pinot Noir – Veronét Vineyards & Winery

Our wine tonight is the Rosé of Pinot Noir from Veronét Vineyards and Winery.

Vintage 2018.

Varietal and Terroir: Pinot Noir of California.

Bright Salmon in Color.

Nose of watermelon Jolly Rancher, wet forest, and peppermint.

Light, delicate medium bodied.

Flavor notes of strawberries, cherries, fresh watermelon slices, pink grapefruit and a nice lingering finish of mint, black pepper, and hints of minerality.

13.8% ABV

$22.00 per bottle.

WineryEscapade.Com scoring on the American Wine Society twenty point scale.

Appearance: 3 Aroma: 4 Taste: 5 Aftertaste: 2 Impression: 1.5

Total: 15.5 Silver Medal worthy!

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Pomegranate Pinot Noir – CityScape Winery

Our wine tonight is the Pomegranate Pinot Noir from CityScape Winery in Pelzer, Southern Greenville County, South Carolina

Pinot Noir blended with fresh pomegranate juice.

Medium ruby color.

Nose of pomegranates, wild blackberries, and black cherries.

Semi-Sweet on the tongue, flavor notes of pomegranate juice, red plums, and hot just out of the oven blueberry pie, finishing with light tones of earthy spices and lingering notes of fresh harvested black truffles.

11% ABV.

$16 a bottle.

Double Gold winner in the 2018 Palmetto Wine Competition.

Pomegranate Pinot Noir – CityScape Winery

Our wine tonight is the Pomegranate Pinot Noir from CityScape Winery in Pelzer (Greenville County) South Carolina.

Semi-Sweet Pinot Noir blended with fresh pomegranate juice.

Personal scoring on the American Wine Society twenty point scale.

Appearance: 2.5

Aroma: 5

Taste: 5.5

Aftertaste: 3

Impression: 2

Total: 18 – Gold Medal worthy!

Priced at $16 a bottle.

Ships: Only in South Carolina

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.

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