Staff Pick of the Month
With vibrant ruby-red coloring, and a clean, light berry flavor due to being fermented in stainless steel tanks, this wine is easy to drink. Here’s how the Vineyard describes this Chianti: “Fruity and harmonious, the taste reveals velvety tannins and an elegant texture. A long and persistent aftertaste characterizes this wine. Characterized by notes of sweet violet, red berries and wild cherries with slightly spicy undertones. The finish reveals hints of aromatic herbs.”
For just $14.99, you can pick up Ruffino Aziano Chianti Classico 2011 at Bremer’s or buy it online.
Co-owner, Tim Bremer has selected December’s Staff Pick of the Month – Chateau De Brondeau Bordeaux 2010.
A Bordeaux wine is unusual in that its created by blending 3 different grapes— primarliy Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet France. “Chateau De Brondeau is a red Bordeaux that features notes of plum skin, cherry preserves and fig wound at the core, while roasted wood spice and anise hints flitter around. It also displays an echo of mocha.”
This wine holds a 90-point rating by Wine Spectator and
is available at Bremer’s for $17.99.
This wine is no longer available.
Columbia Crest H3 wines were created to celebrate the winery’s rich heritage in the Horse Heaven Hills AVA as well as its innovative spirit with regards to winemaking and viticulture practices. Grapes from this distinctive appellation produce bold, well-balanced and seductive wines. Great care is taken to ensure that the uniqueness of the appellation’s terroir is expressed in each bottle of H3. “This bold Cabernet opens with flavors of black cherries and blackberries with a touch of currants and vanilla, complemented by earth and mineral notes. Deep berry flavors lead to a soft tannin cocoa finish.”
Stop by and pick up a bottle or buy it online for $12.99.
This month’s staff pick is 7 Deadly Zins 2010 from Michael David Winery, selected by 11-year Bremer’s employee Garry Brombacker.
“A Lodi Zinfandel at its finest, this wine showcases the style you’ve come to love and expect from 7 Deadly Zins. It offers fresh ground pepper and an array of spices, thanks to the 12 months in American oak. Dried fruit (cranberries and dates) on the mid palate, with a finish reminiscent to a slice of warm boysenberry pie. This is a great value Zin that satisfies every time.”
Stop in and pick up a bottle or buy it online for $12.99.