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    Please join Bern’s Fine Wines & Spirits on Friday October 4th from 6:30-8:00pm for a Crush Hour featuring wines around the world. Every once in a while, we here at Bern’s just can’t pick one region to focus on.  There is so much delicious wine around the world, why not do it all in one night.

    Five Cheeses from Élevage will be paired with the wines, along with house made breads.  The price is $25.00 per person.  Reservations are requested, please book your ticket by clicking the link.

    Featured Wines

    Gai’a “Monograph” Assyrtiko White Peloponnese, Greece 2018 $19.95

    The grapes for the Monograph Assyrtiko come from vineyards located in the semi-mountainous Koutsi region of Nemea. Unlike the bone-dry, volcanic soils of its native Santorini, the calcareous soils of mainland Greece impart an entirely different character to the varietal, giving it a wider range of exotic fruit flavors and aromas.  A youthful, intensely fruity Assyrtiko, with a bouquet of honeysuckle and citrus fruit and a refreshing acidity on the palate. -Winemaker notes

    Szigeti Pinot Noir Brut Rosé Burgenland, Austria 2016 25.95

    Pinot Noir Brut Rosé shows the red-fruit aromas typical Pinot Noir with notes of fresh strawberries and cherries accented by sweet herbs and flowers. Twenty months aging on the lees in the bottle provides weight and texture on the palate with a finish that is lingering and dry. -Winemaker notes

    E. Pira & Figli Dolcetto d’Alba Peidmont, Italy 2017 $26.95

    This is a fruity, dark and exuberant expression of one of Piedmont's most food-friendly grapes. The 2017 Dolcetto d'Alba opens to soft richness and fruity succulence, with dried blackberry aromas followed by candied cherry and prune. You really taste that 2017 sunshine in the ripeness of the fruit. Thankfully, the wine is not too heavy and remains a great pairing option for pasta or lasagna.-90 points Robert Parker

    G.D Vajra Bricco delle Viole, Barolo DOCG, Italy 2015 87.95

    Brilliant ruby red with notes of cherries, brandied cherries, dark berries, violets and dried roses which recall nuances of citrus fruits and mint. On the palate, noble and silky tannins. Very balanced with a long finish of fresh, delicate spices.-Winemaker Notes

    Chateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas, Rhone, France 2017 $55.95

    This offers a mix of dark cherry, currant and blackberry compote flavors, scored liberally with singed alder, dried sage and warm earth accents through the finish. A flash of chestnut at the very end keeps this in the old-school camp. Solid for the vintage. Best from 2022 through 2035. -93 points Wine Spectator

    Domaine Louis Moreau Vaulignot Chablis Prem Cru, France 2016 $39.95

    The 2016 Chablis Vaulignot 1er Cru has a well-defined and nicely focused bouquet with fresh orange pith and subtle nectarine scents, an underlying mineral note that comes through with aeration. The palate is very well defined with a taut line of acidity, very focused with a brisk, lightly spiced finish that fans out leaving residues of brown spice on the aftertaste. Excellent. Tasted blind at the BIVB Chablis tasting. -90 points Vinous

    Domiane Pierre Gelin Fixin, Cote de Nuits, France 2016 $49.95

    This is smoky, featuring spicy, torrefied aromas that overlay juicy cherry and plum flavors. Deftly balanced, with a distinct iron note, ending in a long, fruit-, spice- and mineral-tinged aftertaste. -90 points Wine Spectator

    Elizabeth Spencer Napa Cabernet 2016 $47.95

    Soft, round and jammy in raspberry, this wine also offers sage and compost—an underlying earthiness that complements its more decadent tones marked additionally in chocolate mocha. -Winemaker notes

     

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Wines from Around The world Crush Hour

Wines from Around The world Crush Hour

10/04/2019|6:30pm-8:00pm|Bern's Fine Wines & Spirits.


Add To Cart
$25.00
 
SKU: event-crush10042019

Please join Bern’s Fine Wines & Spirits on Friday October 4th from 6:30-8:00pm for a Crush Hour featuring wines around the world. Every once in a while, we here at Bern’s just can’t pick one region to focus on.  There is so much delicious wine around the world, why not do it all in one night.

Five Cheeses from Élevage will be paired with the wines, along with house made breads.  The price is $25.00 per person.  Reservations are requested, please book your ticket by clicking the link.

Featured Wines

Gai’a “Monograph” Assyrtiko White Peloponnese, Greece 2018 $19.95

The grapes for the Monograph Assyrtiko come from vineyards located in the semi-mountainous Koutsi region of Nemea. Unlike the bone-dry, volcanic soils of its native Santorini, the calcareous soils of mainland Greece impart an entirely different character to the varietal, giving it a wider range of exotic fruit flavors and aromas.  A youthful, intensely fruity Assyrtiko, with a bouquet of honeysuckle and citrus fruit and a refreshing acidity on the palate. -Winemaker notes

Szigeti Pinot Noir Brut Rosé Burgenland, Austria 2016 25.95

Pinot Noir Brut Rosé shows the red-fruit aromas typical Pinot Noir with notes of fresh strawberries and cherries accented by sweet herbs and flowers. Twenty months aging on the lees in the bottle provides weight and texture on the palate with a finish that is lingering and dry. -Winemaker notes

E. Pira & Figli Dolcetto d’Alba Peidmont, Italy 2017 $26.95

This is a fruity, dark and exuberant expression of one of Piedmont's most food-friendly grapes. The 2017 Dolcetto d'Alba opens to soft richness and fruity succulence, with dried blackberry aromas followed by candied cherry and prune. You really taste that 2017 sunshine in the ripeness of the fruit. Thankfully, the wine is not too heavy and remains a great pairing option for pasta or lasagna.-90 points Robert Parker

G.D Vajra Bricco delle Viole, Barolo DOCG, Italy 2015 87.95

Brilliant ruby red with notes of cherries, brandied cherries, dark berries, violets and dried roses which recall nuances of citrus fruits and mint. On the palate, noble and silky tannins. Very balanced with a long finish of fresh, delicate spices.-Winemaker Notes

Chateau de Saint Cosme Gigondas, Rhone, France 2017 $55.95

This offers a mix of dark cherry, currant and blackberry compote flavors, scored liberally with singed alder, dried sage and warm earth accents through the finish. A flash of chestnut at the very end keeps this in the old-school camp. Solid for the vintage. Best from 2022 through 2035. -93 points Wine Spectator

Domaine Louis Moreau Vaulignot Chablis Prem Cru, France 2016 $39.95

The 2016 Chablis Vaulignot 1er Cru has a well-defined and nicely focused bouquet with fresh orange pith and subtle nectarine scents, an underlying mineral note that comes through with aeration. The palate is very well defined with a taut line of acidity, very focused with a brisk, lightly spiced finish that fans out leaving residues of brown spice on the aftertaste. Excellent. Tasted blind at the BIVB Chablis tasting. -90 points Vinous

Domiane Pierre Gelin Fixin, Cote de Nuits, France 2016 $49.95

This is smoky, featuring spicy, torrefied aromas that overlay juicy cherry and plum flavors. Deftly balanced, with a distinct iron note, ending in a long, fruit-, spice- and mineral-tinged aftertaste. -90 points Wine Spectator

Elizabeth Spencer Napa Cabernet 2016 $47.95

Soft, round and jammy in raspberry, this wine also offers sage and compost—an underlying earthiness that complements its more decadent tones marked additionally in chocolate mocha. -Winemaker notes

 

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