There were grapes, crackers and baked brie provided by The Wine Company and they accompanied the wine selection perfectly, particularly the Syrahs which we tasted next. First up was the Sonoma-Napa Syrah, deep in color and smoky-spicy on the palate. The Unti Vineyard Syrah was darker yet. John told us each vintage seems to get progressively darker. Whereas most juice runs clear and picks up color from time on the skin, the Unti he said is dark almost from the start. This was a wine to savor. Our final selection was the Stagecoach Vineyard Syrah and it didn’t disappoint. Again deep and dark in color, this wine featured pepper and berries and finished beautifully.
There’s a lot going on at The Wine Company. If you haven’t paid them a visit yet, make you plan a stop there. 29073 Overland Drive Ste. A, Temecula, CA 92591 – firstname.lastname@example.org (951) 308-1150
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