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Conundrum Rosé, La Crema Sonoma Pinot Noir, and Alexander Valley Vineyards Cabernet

August 2 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Date:
August 2
Time:
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Cheers Wines & Spirits
• 366 New Byhalia Rd Suite 3
Collierville, TN 38017 United States
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Phone:
(901) 853-2211
Website:
http://www.cheerstn.com/

Friday, August 2nd, 4-7 PM

Phillip and Bob Musolf from Southern Glazers will be at the Cheers Tasting bar pouring Conundrum Rosé, La Crema Sonoma Pinot Noir, and Alexander Valley Vineyards Cabernet.

Conundrum Rosé – Conundrum was born more than 25 years ago, inspired by Charlie Wagner, co-founder of Caymus Vineyards. The Rosé was first launched in 2016 as a single varietal. All varietals chosen for Conundrum are grown in coastal regions of California. This Rosé reflects the tradition of searching out exceptional grapes, sometimes going off the beaten track. For example, this blend includes Valdiguié (/’Val dee gay/), which grows only in small quantities in California.  This wine has a uniquely fresh, bright character with delicate fruit and a dry style. A good Rosé can be enjoyed any time of year.

La Crema Sonoma Pinot Noir- La Crema Vinera, means “best of the vine,” which has been setting the standard since 1979. This family-owned and operated winery focuses exclusively on cool-climate appellations. This Pinot Noir has been described as “Graceful, layered, and bold”. La Crema has of aromas of pomegranate and sweet tobacco that are followed by flavors of berry fruit and plums with subtle hints of exotic spice and toast.

Alexander Valley Vineyards Cabernet – Alexander Valley’s key grape variety is Cabernet Sauvignon, making vibrant, fruit-driven wines that are less earthy than their Napa counterparts. Winemaker Kevin Hall added 12% Merlot for structure, a touch of Cabernet Franc for floral notes and Malbec and Petit Verdot for color. This Cabernet has lush flavors of cherry, cassis, blackberry, and chocolate.

Phillip and Bob both have a wealth of knowledge about wine.  Stop by, try a few sips and expand your wine knowledge!