JAMES BARLOW’S ‘THE STEALS OF THE MONTH’ FOR MAY 2014

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen,

I do enjoy switching to the lighter, fresher wines when the Hot Houston Heat begins to rear its ugly head our way.  This month, I have the perfect sparkling rose to quench your thirst without raiding your pocketbook.  I also have a deliciously un-oaked Chardonnay and a monster selling easy drinking red that is a no brainer for value!  This may be the best ‘Steals of the Month’ yet!  Join me at Crescent Moon Wine Bar on Wednesday, May 28th for my next class entitled ‘Wines that Beat the Hot Houston Heat!’.  Seats are limited.  RSVP to 281-364-9463.

Castillo Peralada ‘Pescador’ Sparkling Rose N/V

Emporda, Spain

Cash Price $7.99

Fresh and absolutely delicious for the money!  Flavors of bing cherry and strawberry are encompassed by zesty bubbles and a crisp, dry finish.  Mouth Watering!

Tudal Tractor Shed Red 2011

California

Cash Price $9.99

Tudal is a Zinfandel blend that is ready to go from the pop of the cork.  Black cherry and raspberry flow into vanilla and mocha.  Medium acids and soft tannins. Great Daily Red!

La Noble Chardonnay 2012

Vin De Pays D’Oc, France

Cash Price $9.99

La Noble is built for the hot summer.  Flavors of juicy melon and freshly picked green apples intwine with white flowers. Un-oaked and refreshing with zesty acids.  Delish!

Thank You,

James C. Barlow

Certified Wine Educator

Certified Sommelier

 

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2 Responses to JAMES BARLOW’S ‘THE STEALS OF THE MONTH’ FOR MAY 2014

  1. T. Roland Jackson says:

    James,

    Did you receive my comments regarding the French Cabernet Franc you recommended? If not is there some special method to reply to you?

    Roland

  2. Paula Taggart says:

    Hi James! Nice to see you yesterday.

    Any suggestions you can give us on where to go in Italy will be greatly appreciated.

    As I mentioned, we are going to Sorrento, Rome, Florence.  In Tuscany, we are staying in a villa that is 5 minutes outside of Monticchiello. (probably mis-spelled….)

    Thanks! Paula Taggart

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