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St. Patrick's Day Specials
March 2 - 22





The wines we have selected for this month are two classic varietals of Argentina, Malbec and Torrontes. Bodegas San Huberto grows its own grapes on estates in the Valley of Aminga in the La Rioja Provence of Argentina (north of Mendoza). The climate and soil conditions of the area are ideal for the cultivation of high quality grapes.

San Huberto Malbec 2014
This is a Malbec with intense ruby-violet color. It is an everyday, table wine, meant to be enjoyed now. It shows aromas of fig, toasted nuts, and a hint of spice. It has a great presence of fruit, but is balanced and velvety soft with undertones of subtle cedar and briar patch earthiness leading into a finish of cacao and clean, red stone fruit. All Malbec loves steak, but you can also pair this one with grilled pork, pizza, gourmet burgers, and mild curry sauces. $6.99

San Huberto Torrontes 2015
THE white wine of Argentina, this Torrontes is a beautiful pale yellow color with light green hues. Its aromas are true to form, full of tropical fruit notes, including pineapple, with hint of peach cobbler and classic, delicate floral note. This is a fresh and easy-drinking wine. The palate explodes with tangy fruit with hints of lemon zest, grassy notes, and fresh grapefruit. The finish is zesty and lingering. Its pairings are versatile, matching well with sushi or grilled fish, salads, grilled chicken, and spicy foods like Thai or Vietnamese dishes. $6.99