Wine of the Week
La Serenne shows the same wild character
that Syrah from a cooler site can take on: blackberry and black cherry are accented by anise, rocks, spice and leather. It’s dense and yet supple, with the usual La Serenne seamlessness, and has a lift that keeps it bright and sailing through to the finish.
This is a tremendous wine for the fall...tailgating and all.
This chardonnay boasts refreshing citrus and green apple aromas, juicy lemon and caramel apple flavors, and a rich, creamy mouthfeel balanced by a friendly nip of acidity. It pairs well with fried chicken...for those weekends rooting for your team!
A rather intense, complex bouquet combining floral notes
(acacia blossom, vine flowers) with fruity aromas (mandarin orange, white peach). A hint of rhubarb rounds out the medley. Fresh and full-bodied, the palate opens up to pleasing flavors of orange and grapefruit, enriched with a hint of yellow peach. Lovely length with orange zest on the finish. It will run you about $24.