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Limited Edition, Limited Supply. April Release Wine: TRIO TINTO.

RESERVE BEFORE MARCH 1st, 2009 AND WE’LL THROW A SET OF BOTTLES IN – FREE !! Last reserve date: March 15, 2010

Our Price: $ 249 for 30 bottles. Includes taxes, corks, labels, wine.

TRIO TINTO

A fusion of classic Spanish grape varieties-
Tempranillo,Garnacha, and Cari?ena

These three native Spanish red wine grapes are
usually deemed to be the mainstay of quality wines in
most of Spain. This Limited Release offering is made
up of 50%Tempranillo (Spain & California), 27%
Garnacha (Spain),and 23%Carinena (Carignan from
California).

Tempranillo is most associated with wines of Rioja.
Tempranillo should bring in ruby red colour,with aromas
and flavors of berries, plum, tobacco, vanilla,
leather, and herb. Garnacha characteristics are
generally spicy, berry- flavored, and soft on the
palate,with a relatively high alcohol. Carignan is often
used as a blending grape and has been known to bring
a softer wine with rustic fruit and perfume when
blended with Grenache (Garnacha). Nevertheless, it is
common that at least two or all three varieties are
blended together to achieve the most profound and
complex wines that each region can exhibit. This blend
is fermented on virgin crushed grapes. Two-stage oak
treatment will be utilized -French during
fermentation, Hungarian cubes post fermentation.

Ageing:

Begin to enjoy after 6-8 months in the bottle.
Reaching maturity at 12 – 18 months but can be held
for at least a year longer.

Food Pairings:
Has enough structure to compliment barbeque cuts of
meat and whole or pieces of poultry. Great with grilled
chorizo sausage served with sautéed potatoes and
vegetables. Served in Spain with a wide variety of
cheeses but we think it is especially good with hard,
aged cheeses.

GUARANTEED!
To reserve juice for your wine email us at [email protected] or call us at 416-781-9463(WINE). And remember, we guarantee all of our wines. If you are not happy with your wine for any reason – we will refund your money no questions asked.

Sincerely,

The Wine Butler(s)

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