Blackberry – Parker-Binns Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the Blackberry Desert Wine from Parker-Binns Vineyard in the Tryon Foothills of North Carolina.

Produced 100% of locally sourced blackberries.

Fermented and aged in a style reminiscent to a port.

Beautiful purple color.

The nose is expressive and reminds one of fresh blackberry cobbler!

Tart and bold, like a perfectly ripe fresh picked wild blackberry.

12.4% ABV

$20 per bottle.

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Bourbon Barrel Aged Chambourcin – Davesté Vineyards

Our wine tonight is the Bourbon Barrel Aged Chambourcin from Davesté Vineyards.

Vintage 2017.

100% Chambourcin.

Dark motor oil like color with a vibrant purple rim.

Nose of cherries, bourbon, vanilla, candy apple, and caramel.

Dry with soft to medium tannins.

Flavor notes of Scotch Bonnet Peppers, dark berries, chocolate covered cherries, oak, caramel, and red hots, finishing long with hints of dark fruit and earthiness.

15% ABV. (not a typo) Its big!

$25 a bottle.

Rosé – Parker-Binns Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the Rosé from Parker-Binns Vineyard in the Tryon Foothills.

Rosé of estate Merlot.

Light salmon in color.

Cold pressed. Provençal Style.

Nose of fresh sliced strawberries, blood oranges, and spring floral.

Light and crisp.

Dry on the palate, notes of strawberries, cranberries, lemon drops, pink grapefruit, watermelon, apple blossoms, and honeysuckle.

13% ABV.

$20 per bottle.

Pea Ridge Red – Parker-Binns Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the Pea Ridge Red from Parker-Binns Vineyard.

Dual vintage blend of estate grown Chambourcin.

Dark ruby in color with a purple hue.

Expressive nose of raspberries, blackberries, Cranberries, and smoke.

Flavor notes of raspberries cranberries, black cherries, blackberries, black pepper, flat cola, and finishing with lingering tones of leather, smoke, and earthiness.

We have a real fondness for regionally grown Chambourchin and this offering from Parker-Binns doesn’t disappoint.

13% ABV

$20 a bottle

Ships to 34 states (see website)

Petit Manseng – Parker-Binns Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the 2017 Petit Manseng from Parker-Binns Vineyard.

Gorgeous glimmering color of liquid sunshine.

Large expressive nose of pink grapefruit, banana, papaya, pineapple, and tangerine.

Bold in depth flavor notes of bananas foster, grilled pineapple, freshly squeezed lemon, green melon, mango, plantain, and star fruit.

Winery Escapade scoring on the American Wine Society twenty point scale.

Appearance: 3 Aroma: 5 Taste: 5 Aftertaste: 2.5 Impression: 2

Total: 17.5 Gold Medal worthy!

14% ABV

Priced at $25 a bottle.

Maggie – Parker-Binn’s Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the 2017 Maggie (Muscat) from Parker-Binn’s Vineyard in the Tryon Foothills.

Nose of pink grapefruit, lime, peach, brandy, plus white lily.

Off dry, bright and crisp.

Bursting with tropical notes on the tongue, mango, orange, pink grapefruit, hints of lemon, lime, and star fruit fading to a lingering complex finish reminiscent of juicy fruit gum.

Varietal: 100% Muscat Giallo

Winery Escapade scoring on the American Wine Society twenty point scale.

Appearance: 3 Aroma: 5 Taste: 5.5 Aftertaste: 3 Impression: 2

Total: 18.5 – Gold Medal worthy!

13 % ABV

Priced at $20 a bottle.

Winemaker: Justin Taylor

Pea Ridge Red – Parker-Binns Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the non-vintage Pea Ridge Red from Parker-Binns Vineyard and Winery located in North Carolina’s Tryon Foothills. A blend of dual vintages of estate Chambourchin masterfully bottled to produce an expressive red.

A nose of cola and over ripe red berries, tart raspberry on the tongue and a lingering earthy finish. Beautiful dark ruby in color and high acidity producing a full bodied wine with great legs.

We have a real fondness for regionally grown Chambourchin and this offering from Parker-Binns doesn’t disappoint.

13% ABV

$20 a bottle

Ships to 34 states (see website)

Maggie – Parker-Binns Vineyard

Our wine tonight is the Maggie from Parker-Binns Vineyard in the Tryon Foothills. This 2017 off dry white is produced from 100% Muscat Giallo.

Soft citrus on the nose, tropical flavor notes on the tongue with a lingering finish of pear and jackfruit.

Personal scoring on the American Wine Society twenty point scale.

Appearance: 3

Aroma: 4.5

Taste: 5.5

Aftertaste: 3

Impression: 2

Total: 18 – Gold Medal worthy!

Priced at $20 a bottle.

Ships: Only in North Carolina

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