The agrarian wonderland on the lable of La Vida al Camp is only one of the reasons we love this delicious Cava. The bright citrus, toasty brioche and subtle minerality are three more reasons! #winewednesday
This Prosecco is a permanent fixture on our list (it is @i_am_ben_runkle's favorite!). Made in the traditional Col Fondo (on the lees) method, it finishes its fermentaion in the bottle. Slightly cloudy with a little sediment, it is worlds apart from mass produced Prosecco. It is light and refreshing, and perfect on a sunny afternoon.
It's #winewednesday which means half price bottles of wine starting at 5pm! Last week we highlighted some of our favorite reds. This week we're talking whites and bubbles! Swimspot from @lewiswines is a rereshing, lightly effervescent white blend. Its a true Texas wine, grown here, made here and meant to be drank here!
One last #winewednesday shout out. EVS Windblown is a Southern Rhone style blend from the Texas High Plains. Incredibly drinkable, it is a knockout paired with red meat. Just like all of our wines, it's half off all night long! Next week we'll highlight some of our favorite White wines, until then: Cheers!
@broccellars Carbonic Carignan is an amazing wine made in Berkeley from 130+ year old never grafted vines in Anderson Valley. All natural yeast, carbonic maceration creates a unique expression of the varietal.#winewednesday
Let's get weird with this Loire Valley bottle from winemaker Brendan Tracey. He's a punk rocker from New Jersey who moved to France and learned to make wine. He uses only natural yeast and semi-carbonic maceration. Wah Wah is a blend of Grolleau and Cot (aka Malbec), it is lightly effervescent and best enjoyed slightly chilled. #winewednesday
Let's not leave #TexasWine out. @lewiswines are one of the most exciting new wineries in the Lonestar State and their 2012 Newsom Tempranillo is a great example why. This full bodied wine goes great with our Burger or a Steak! #winewednesday