Barbera d’Asti Nobbio Roberto Ferraris 2015 - In the glass, the wine has a dark ruby color, almost black at the center, with flashes of cherry red at the edge. The nose unfurls with amarena cherries, ripe damson plums, and wild blackberry preserves, and later, with unmistakable suggestions of eucalyptus, crushed violets, and freshly sanded cedar moving in and out of the foreground as the nose evolves in the glass. On the palate, the wine is multi-layered, concentrated, smooth, and harmonious, with a sweet, solid core of ripe red and black-fruit flavors that echo the nose, all seasoned with cool limestone minerality and Asti’s characteristic refreshing acidity.
Beaujolais-Villages Domaine Gilles Gelin 2014 - Remember that this limpid, saturated ruby-red wine is fine Burgundy, so use a good large glass. Ripe red berries emerge in the nose, along with plump wild cherries, and a fleeting suggestion of white pepper and clean fresh hay. On the palate, the wine is structured and harmonious, like a Côte de Beaune Pinot Noir, with mineral-laced red fruit flavors that echo the nose, and evolve over time to include just-rained-on wet granite and black tea, with excellent persistence and intensity.
Indicazione Geografica Tipica Toscana Il Corzanello Rosato Corzano e Paterno 2016 - Corzanello Rosato is dry, crisp, fresh, aromatic and medium-bodied (a perfect pairing for the cheeses Aljosha's wife produces from the sheep). Composed of Sangiovese and Merlot, this vibrant wine complements white-fleshed fish, crab, pasta dishes and hors d'oeurvres.
The Tasting Table is always open at Moore Brothers Wine Company. Come taste the wonderful variety of handmade, artisan wine.
Moore Brothers in New Jersey is approximately 10 minutes from Center City Philadelphia. Open 7 days a week.
Mon-Fri: 10AM - 8PM
Sat: 9AM - 6PM
Sun: 11AM - 5PM
Moore Brothers - New Jersey
7200 N Park Dr
Pennsauken, NJ 08109
11:00 AM - 5:30 PM
The Ojai winery has, for well over thirty years, been a benchmark in California's Santa Barbara County.
11:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Aside from being one of the primary drivers of Chianti's "re-invention" in the 1970s, Paolo De Marchi is one of the finest human beings we know.