Erdinger Oktoberfest (Germany), This beer has a hazy deep honey color and raises a fluffy beige head. The aroma shows faint banana, bready malt, a little clove, and a whiff of hop. The bitterness is crisp and light, balancing a clean, lightly fruity center with a nice malt backdrop. The finish is dry with a wheat like tang.
Prime Cuts White Blend 2016 (South Africa), An immediately appealing, bright and fresh blend of classic South African grape varieties. The nose reflects fragrances of jasmine, lemon flowers, and bright, citrus overtones. Packed with tangy fruits and lovely blossom notes that jump out of the glass! The palate is a bright, textural thing of joy that reflects the sandy soils of its terroir.
Prime Cuts Red Blend 2016 (South Africa), Captures an absolute Cape classic. In the glass, this wine even looks juicy! The nose is super bright and appealing – a salad of mixed fruits that makes you want to dive into the glass. There are masses of strawberry, raspberry, red fruit flavors with a slightly creamy finish. Pair this juicy rich wine with grilled roast, pasta and aged cheeses.
Tormentoso Syrah & Mourvèdre 2013 (South Africa), Intensely aromatic, with notes of orange-peel, leather, cigar tobacco, black licorice and dark-plummy fruit. Medium to full bodied with layers of black fruit and leather notes. It finishes with typical black wine-gum flavors, rounded out by soft, juicy tannins. This wonderfully spicy wine is an excellent accompaniment to South African “braai” (barbecued meat and vegetables), roast beef and beef loin, venison and matured cheese.
Quady Electra Red Moscato 2016 (California), With tastes of succulent cherry, berry, and peach, this garnet red wine has a slight sparkle. Red Electra is made by combining Orange and Black Muscat grapes and fermenting them very slowly at a low temperature so they keep their delicious flavors. Complements many desserts and cheeses and makes delectable sangria and sorbet.