What's on The Tasting Table today?

Bacharacher Riesling Trocken Weingut Ratzenberger 2003 - This is ripe, stony, and dry wine. An assemblage of all the estate fruit grown on the hill that towers over the town of Bacharach, this is wine so accurately crafted and balanced that fruit, acidity, minerals and spice are all impeccably integrated even at this early stage. Excellent with trout and bass, clams and oysters on the half-shell, and citrus-infused vegetables

Alsace 7 Grains Domaine Barmès-Buecher 2013 -

The wine is comprised of the jus de presse of seven varieties, as follows: 34% Pinot Gris, 23% Gewurztraminer, 20% Riesling, 14% Pinot Blanc, 2.4% Pinot Noir, and 1.6% Chasselas; the balance made up of the free-run juice of the entire harvest, which is collected at the sorting table. On the palate, the wine is creamy and generous, with rich, layered flavors, all buttressed by crisp acidity.


Beaujolais Cuvée Des Varennes Domaine des Cretes 2013 - In 1998, Domaine des Crêtes was a founding member of “Terra Vitis,” now an association of growers throughout France who practice strictly organic viticulture. In the glass, the “Cuvée des Varennes” has a deep, limpid crimson color, with flashes of purple-blue. The nose explodes with plump red cherries, fresh hay, and tiny ripe blueberries like the ones behind the Berkshire house, which are always eaten by the young wild turkeys (if the black bear hasn’t been there first). On the palate, the wine is fresh and fragrant, as well as concentrated and harmonious, with deep red fruit flavors that echo the nose and evolve over time, adding just-rained-on wet limestone, citrus zest, and black tea.

Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Chad Wine Company 2013 -

In the glass, the Chad Anderson Valley Pinot Noir has a subtle red-garnet color right to the edge. The nose opens with black raspberry preserves, black cherries, rhubarb, and cloves, adding a fleeting suggestion of orange citrus and powdered cocoa (!) as the wine evolves in the glass. On the palate, the wine is juicy and vibrant, with a generous sweet core of concentrated dark red and black fruit, bright fresh acidity, and a long, fine-grained finish.


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Moore Brothers in New Jersey is approximately 10 minutes from Center City Philadelphia. Open 7 days a week.

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Sat: 9AM - 6PM
Sun: 11AM - 5PM

Moore Brothers - New Jersey
7200 N Park Dr
Pennsauken, NJ 08109

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