|Strikingly smooth to taste and beautiful to behold in its iconic Bristol-blue glass bottle,
our original, multi-award-winning 6 O?clock Gin was born in 2010, perfected from an old
family gin recipe.
It has a soft and citrusy flavour, led by juniper, carefully balanced with coriander seed,
angelica root, orris root, winter savory, elderflower and orange peel, all lovingly distilled for
a deeply-delicious taste experience.
Gorgeously aromatic, the 2020 A to Z Wineworks Oregon Riesling greets with bright fresh citrus (lemon, mandarin orange, lime sherbet, grapefruit) and tropical aromas (green papaya, lychee, pineapple), as well as revealing hints of honeydew, pear, apple, quince, apricot, and floral and savory notes of honeysuckle, rose, bay leaves, sage, and tarragon. The wine initially zips across the palate with lively energy showing a rich texture, noticeable salinity, and notes of the same abundant fruits that greeted the nose. The juicy palate has lovely, mouth-watering acidity balanced by a touch of well-integrated residual sweetness, making it off-dry rather than sweet. A long finish brings the bottle design's promise of spring to the last sip assuring that the 2020 A to Z Wineworks Oregon Riesling will be a crowd-pleaser.
A to Z Wineworks was started in 2002 by Oregon wine industry veterans: Deb Hatcher (Eyrie), Bill Hatcher (Domaine Drouhin Oregon), Sam Tannahill (Archery Summit) and Cheryl Francis (Chehalem). The two couples worked in the Hatcher's kitchen to build the original blend honored by Food & Wine magazine as the Best American Pinot Noir under $20. Recognition for A to Z wines as offering dependable quality for great value continues today and A to Z is the top-selling Oregon wine brand.In 2006, the group welcomed another Oregon wine veteran, Michael Davies, as winemaker, and partnered with Gregg Popovich (Coach of the San Antonio Spurs) to buy REX HILL Vineyards and Winery (established in 1982). A to Z has more collective Oregon winemaking experience than any other winery, experience that can make a difference in difficult vintages to stay true to the Essence of Oregonr.A to Z Oregon Pinot Noir has twice been named to Wine Spectator's Top 100 wines of the year; A to Z Oregon Pinot Gris is a perennial Best Buy; and A to Z Oregon Chardonnay is America's Best-Selling Oregon Chardonnay. Rose, Rose Bubbles, Riesling and a small selection of the best of the vintage, The Essence of Oregon Pinot Noir, round out the portfolio.In May 2014, A to Z Wineworks certified as a B Corp subsequently being named as a Best for the World B Corp four years in a row.
winemaker Bob Blue selected fruit from MendocinoCounty and Santa Clara Valley, a very old California appellation south of SanFrancisco Bay. The resulting wine is a perfect example of classic typicity,showing cherry fruit and blackcurrant with a touch of tobacco leaf. Ripe flavors ofZinfandel and Syrah were meticulously chosen and layered over this Cabernet,gifting midpalate, spice and rich color.This Cabernet was aged in new and used bourbon barrels, imparting complexity,depth and characteristics of charred vanilla, dried herbs and a hint of caramel.These wonderful flavor notes are specific to the bourbon barrel aging process.In true 1000 Stories form, this wine closes on a delightfully smooth andmemorable finish.
The mighty buffalo is an iconic symbol of American heritage, a heritage woven with one thousand stories, unique traditions, and a pioneering spirit. Our country's history of hard work and tenacity lives on today in each of us and continues to be at the essence of America's character. This is the inspiration for 1,000 Stories, a unique wine aged in bourbon barrels-a reflection of our winemakers' pioneering spirits. It's not a quick process, but crafting by hand to meet exacting standards seldom is.
Le Pineau des Charentes Hardy Coq d'Or Rose9 has a magnificent and shiny ruby colour. Its very aromatic bouquet develops hints of red berries ranging from sherry to blackcurrant. This deliciously fruity and well. balanced Pineau is soft and unctuous in the mouth. Hardy Coq d'Or Rose9 is pleasant and refreshing with a final taste of fresh grapes.
It was in 1863 that Anthony Hardy, a London gentleman, settled in Cognac and established himself in the business of high-quality wines and spirits. Five generations later, Hardy Cognac is known for its character and for the skills of its cellar masters, custodians of a heritage handed down forever. Ambassadors and pilgrims, the Hardy family traveled the planet to make known their cognac: the Hardy style in all its forms.Today, the House of Hardy is reaching out to the new generation of consumers, whilst maintaining and protecting its long-cherished history. Not so long ago, cognac was still found in barrels transported by "gabarre" to the four corners of the world.Exported to the five continents, Hardy Cognac has preserved its authenticity for the pleasure of real cognac lovers.
In the glass, the scents of violet and raspberry greet you and crushed cherries, vanilla and cedar linger on the palate.
Tuck created the 75 Wine Company to give consumers unparalleled value in a spectrum of varietals. The '75 commemorates the year his family moved to the Napa Valley. The portfolio encompasses several outstanding wines: '75 Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc highlight Tuck's belief in the great value and quality of grapes from Lake and Mendocino counties. The Sum is a red blend highlighting his affinity for blending varietals to create a balanced wine with depth and breadth. Mele9e Grenache and Mele9e Rose9 are brilliant examples of the diversity and elegance of Grenache. And Hogwash, now there's a story. What started as custom small batch wine for an Atlanta charity has become a runaway hit from coast to coast. The variety, value and fun of these wines are proof that great wines can be crafted at many levels with the experience and wisdom of master vintner.