We all have been in the situation where we forgot to cool our white or rose wine and our guests are about to arrive. While red wines can be consumed at room temperature lighter colored wines are best served chilled. The easy way is to add ice cubes but they melt and dilute your wine. There are better options for quick results.
We have a fantastic Super Tuscan here at 1915 Wine Cellar. Tolaini ‘s Valdisanti is a blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Rich dark fruit, berry and cassis meld perfectly with French oak spice. Come join us and experience this elegant wine.
German Riesling’s are known around the world as a fruit forward and refreshing summer wine. We are delighted to offer this beautiful, biodynamic Riesling with a dry, crisp finish at 1915 beginning this week. Read the article and learn about the amazing woman behind its production.
In the coming weeks we will introduce our new dessert menu and came across this great article about dessert wines that we wanted to share.
Our Rosé of the Week this week is the world famous Summer in a Bottle Rosé from Wölffer Estates on the South Fork of Long Island.
The six grape blend of Merlot, Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Riesling is lush and elegant with notes of canteloupe and pear. The wine has a vibrant yet graceful mouthfeel and strikes the perfect balance of fresh fruit, minerality, and acidity.
Click the link to enjoy a few more facts about this beautiful wine and it’s creators.
Rosé wines are a summer staple but are oft maligned due to common misconceptions comparing them to White Zinfandel. Here is a primer on what they are why and how you should drink them.
In the past couple of decades wines from Washington state have begun to gain significant market share and name recognition.
Click below for a fun history as well as a list of some of the most expensive wines produced in the second largest wine producing state.