Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Spooky Halloween Wine List

The countdown to Halloween has already begun at Earlier this week we announced a limited time sale running throughout Friday - you can save up to 50% on your order from our wicked wine line up for Halloween.

We also thought we should highlight some of the other spooky wines in our cellar so you can prep for your Halloween parties!

Spellbound Cabernet Sauvignon 2005

Spellbound Cabernet exemplifies lush textures and bold dark fruit flavors with a slight hint of oak and spice. Cedar and tobacco aromas complement integrated lively tannins and fill out your palate allowing the wine to be consumed on its own or with your favorite food.

Spellbound Chardonnay 2006

The 2006 Spellbound Chardonnay features bright and lush tropical fruits with notes of vanilla and classic crème brulée. To maintain the crisp fresh fruit acidity, nearly ten percent of the wine is fermented in stainless steel. Aging and fermentation in small oak barrels lend density and complex oak character.

Spellbound Petite Sirah 2005

This Petite Sirah offers rich, full-bodied flavors of ripe berry fruits with supple tannins. An easy drinking wine for casual weeknight meals and great with BBQ. 98% Petite Sirah, 2% other red varietals.

Evil Cabernet Sauvignon 2007
Dark rich red, with bright crimson hues. Fresh, yet rich classic varietal nose, consisting of black olive, fresh blackberries and raspberries. The soft palate displays complexity of fruit and oak, with blackcurrant and spicy clove characters, balanced with a fine tannin finish.

Evil Pure Evil Chardonnay 2007
Pure Evil Chardonnay has white peach stone fruit characters. Add a luscious and delicious textural mouthfeel and a touch of French oak influence. The creaminess is balanced by an elegant freshness.

Warwick Estate Professor Black Sauvignon Blanc 2005

The wine shows an abundance of tropical fruit, gooseberry, peach and green fig flavors on the nose that carry through to the palette. The palette is rich and fruity with well-balanced acid while the aftertaste is long and lingering with enough fruit to make you come back for more.

Warwick Estate Pinotage 2004

This wine has a plum garnet color with a complexity of fruits on the nose. A lively Pinotage sweetness balanced by careful wood ageing, plenty of ripe fruit and a spicy finish. The wine is big, yet accessible and should age well for 3-5 years.

1 comment:

Deb said...

Love this list! Where was it when I was scouring the net for spooky wines to taste? The magic of google search, right?

I'll be on the lookout for this next Halloween!

Deb@Headed To Margaritaville