October 22, 2020


 

Join us! Pour a glass of Teneral Cellars 2019 Grenache Rosé to sip and swirl as you watch resident Sensory Ninja, Sommelier and Wine Educator, Vicki Tomiser, introduce us to this crisp varietal. 

Grenache, is a red wine primarily associated with the Rhone region of France but the El Dorado Hills of California are a wonderful climate for this little grape to realize its full potential. Used as a blending grape, it can also stand alone as a favorite for Rosé wine.

Savor the moment as Vicki walks us through all the beautiful images that the scent and taste profile of this light Rosé brings to mind. From hints of Queen Anne’s Lace to salted watermelon flavors. Relax and Enjoy!




1 Response

Billie Walters
Billie Walters

February 24, 2021

Growing up in Kentucky and spending most of my time in the south as well, I loved Vicki’s description of the wine as she was tasting. I felt like I was tasting it too! Hints of Queen Anne’s Lace and salted watermelon…. yes please!!!!! Can’t wait to try it!

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