September 2, Wine Tasting 4-7 pm

Cornellana Chardonnay
The Cornellana estate forms a part of a long narrow hidden valley located in Central Chile, only 25 miles awary from the Pacific Ocean. A rich smooth wine with all the varietal flavor and character of Chardonnay. Fresh and fruity nose and delicious citrus, peach apricot and pineapple flavors on the palate. Enjoy on its own, or with fish, seafood, roast chicken pasta with creamy sauces salads and cheese. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Undurraga Cabernet Sauvignon
These are sedimentary soils of medium texture, which are loamy to loamy-clay and well-drained. The land is flat, deep and fertile, which makes it particularly appropriate for growing red varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Carménère. The climate is humid Mediterranean with moderately wet winters and dry, warm summers with cool nights. These weather conditions ensure the production of healthy grapes with a delicate texture and accentuated aromas. An intense ruby red color, harmonious and dry, this is the best accompaniment for red meat.

Old Stone Red Muscadine
The muscadine grape is native to the southeastern United States, found in the wild from Delaware to the Gulf of Mexico and westward to Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Many older varieties were selections from the wild, but the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture have introduced a number of improved varieties that have become standard cultivars. The earliest named variety was Scuppernong, found growing wild in northeastern North Carolina in 1810 by Dr. Calvin Jones. Scuppernong has become another name for all muscadine grapes. Commercial production of muscadine grapes is essentially limited to the U.S. Southeast. Made from the Noble Muscadine, this wine is produced from traditional southern grapes and finished with a touch of sweetness. It’s full of cherry and red berry flavors.
Of an intense harmonious and dry, this is the best accompaniment