Five Wines to Try this Summer

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Five Wines to Try this Summer

Five Summer Wines to Enjoy at The Art of Wine

Summer is finally here and The Art of Wine has your summer wine list. These wines are light and crisp, perfect for any gatherings. Come in to the wine bar to try these great wines and let us know your favorite.

 

Vinum Africa 2011 – Chenin Blanc

South Africa

The palate unfolds layers of fresh lime and gentle spices, underscored by an intensity of fruit which persists on the palate and finishes with a mineral resonance. 100% Chenin, color pale straw yellow.

 

Quando – Sauvignon Blanc

South Africa

A real crowd pleaser with its light green color and exotic forthcoming frangipani flower, passionfruit and white peach on the nose. Flinty mineral notes  on the pallet follow through with a crisp acidity. Delicious juicy green fruit flavors rounds it off elegantly.

 

Balandran les Mugues Costières de Nîmes, 2014 – Rosé 

France

This grenache rosé from the Southern Rhone is a sophisticated wine with an iron-like mineral quality. It shows aromas and flavors of wild strawberry, raspberry, citrus blossom and rose petals. A crunchy texture and thirst quenching, mouth watering acidity.

 

Secateurs – Rosé 

South Africa

The Grenache vines were planted in 1951 and the Cinsault in 1957, becoming some of the oldest vines in the country. The aromas are complex red fruits, spice, rose water, currants and the palate is generous and textured with a long finish.

 

State of Art – Riesling

California

The wine opens with wonderful aromas of jasmine, lychee, nectarine, and rose petals. These characters continue on the palate, where we find more stone fruit, papaya, lemon peel, and beautiful floral notes in perfect balance with the acid and sugars. The wine is off-dry in style. A top-tier California riesling.

 

Take advantage of our buy one bottle, get one half price on Fridays. We hope to see you soon.

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