week of October 28

Tempus Alba Malbec 2009 (Argentina) - “This Malbec was born as a result of a precise fermentation process control, a long maceration of 30 days and 8 months of ageing in oak barrels.  (70% French, 30% American).  It has a deep violet colour typical of the Malbec wines, with excellent structure and soft tannins.  Very well balanced, a long finish, and with a reminiscence of ripe fruits.  Our oenologist highlights the intense plum and red fruit aromas with a  hint of vanilla, chocolate and coffee.” (tasting notes)

Deerfield Ranch ‘Red Rex’ 2006 (USA) – “Red Rex is fruit forward, full-bodied, complex and velvety.  The grapes are triple hand sorted for quality, each lot is aged in select French and American oak barrels for over two years and blended by taste to reach every part of your palate.  40% Cab Sauvignon, 23% Syrah, 19% Merlot, 7% Sangiovese, 5% Malbec, 4% Cab Franc, 2% Petit Verdot.” (tasting notes)

Three Olives Chocolate vodka

Fundador brandy (Spain)
Danzante Pinot Grigio (Italy)
Dr. ZenZen Vino Noire (Germany)
Bacardi Breezer Party Pack