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A Red Wine for Dinner – Grenache

Yesterday with the daytime temperatures hovering at about 104 degrees and no rain in sight, we decided upon a light dinner with a red wine. So it was a green salad with lightly grilled potatoes, zucchini, etc. Terry decided to open a bottle of La Cereza Grenache 2005. Located in Temecula Valley, California, La Cereza Winery produced this particular Grenache. This dark, purple wine offered plum and black cherry notes with hints of spice on the aroma and taste. The aftertaste had nuances of plum. There was a bit of heat on the finish. Be sure to notice the front wine label, which is based on a painting by Anton Arkhipov.

Le Cereza is Spanish for cherry and the architecture of the facility is of a Spanish design. To read more about Le Cereza Winery and find out about Hemingway’s Wine and Cigar Bar go to http://winetrailtraveler.com/california/lacereza.php.

Cheers! Kathy

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