Charming, Delightful, Pure, Refreshing & Just Down Right Delicious… Wines Below, All of the Above! ($15)
Friday, May 19th, 2017 4 pm – 7:30 pm @ Mt Tabor Fine Wines
I absolutely love high altitude wines! They truly do taste pristine and fresh, just like a mountain stream. While reading the lit on Swiss premium pour, Cave Caloz, I was taken with their description of the Heida Paien (Savagnin) and I quote, “with tantalizing aromas that capture the smell of the mountain herbs, the pine forest and the crisp Alpine air.” Well said!
2014 was the first vintage that I became familiar with the young Heida. It was my wine discovery of that year, and to this day, it remains one of the most impressive, pure and just downright delicious wines in my cellar. Spectacular!
I get so excited about wines like these I could write pages, but not wanting to have readers yawning into the day I’ll just say that it was a most difficult task for Hazel and me to keep the selections down to 12…….and we only have 6 slots! No excuses, get on down here.
The Lineup: Friday, May 19, 2017
15 Mantlerhof, Gruner Veltliner ‘Weitgasse” $15
15 Malat, Riesling $21
16 Cantina Terlan, Pinot Bianco $23
Alto Adige, Italy
14 Stoka, Vitoska “Grganja” $25
15 Les Granges, “Nus” $27
Vallé D’Aoste, Italy / 40% Petit Rouge – 60% Mayolet, Fumin & Premetta
Premium Pour ($5)
15 Cave Caløz, Heida Paîen “les Bernunes” $57
Valais, Switzerland 100% Savagnin