See characteristics of flan and red fruit reveal themselves. This wine is full-bodied and dry. Pair this one with dark meat sauces or red wine reductions. Blends of black plum, browned butter and sugar and blackberry jam. Tikal makes it in Mendoza, Argentina.
Made by Alexander Valley Vineyards in Alexander Valley, California. Witness smells of plum, strawberry jam and vanilla bean. Watch tones of raspberry preserves and black forest berries come out. This wine is full-bodied and dry. Planning dishes such as sauce Bordelaise? Pop the cork on this one!
Your nose will be reminded of black currant juice, cassis, red fruit jam and nutmeg. Made in Tuscany by Falesco. A wine that is full-bodied and dry. A mix of creme brulee, blackberry and black fruit preserves. Nice food pairings include puree potato or braised lamb.
The color is a deep, ruby-tinged purple, nearly opaque at its core. Bright and intense aromas escape the glass with suggestions of blueberries and cassis. But there is so much more: a blast of wild fennel, a touch of earthy olive, a dash of vanilla, a wisp of violet! The aromas find substance with a luxurious sip as impressive structure underpins the flavors, inviting culinary suitors with hints of a long-term relationship, at least until the end of dinner. Shockingly delicious.
Dry with aromas of dark fruits like plum and blackberry. Secondary notes of tobacco, chalk and floral notes like violet.
Dry with intense notes of red fruit, cacao, tobacco and leather. Flavorful, potent and fleshy. This wine brings out the best in a rustic stew or hearty pasta. Produced in Spain.
Mingling of blackberry preserves and cinnamon. A wine that is full-bodied and dry. Try serving this wine with roast lamb chops, mashed potato or French Cuisine. On the nose, find mint and camphor. From Alameda County, California, made by Wente.
Suggested pairings from Wynn’s menu:
- Marinated Beef Kabob
- Merkts Port Wine Cheese Spread
- Stuffed Flank Steak with Garlic Blue Cheese
This is a medium-bodied Merlot with a smooth and appealing taste. Try it with roast beef. It also goes well with French food. Or enjoy it with creamy cheese.
From the winery: Black cherry and chocolate aromas are layered with vanilla, briars and smoke. The fleshy texture is harmonious with plum and raspberry flavors. Pair with wild mushroom lasagna, pork tenderloin sandwiches or eggplant parm.
Dry with intense cherry and rasberry aromas. HInts of violets and eucalyptus. Well-balanced and pleasant on the finish.
This well balanced Napa Valley Merlot exhibits red berry and plum flavors along with notes of mocha. With firm tannins and a lingering finish, the wine will pair well with grilled meats and game