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Month: April 2017

2017 April 14 Wine

ENOBYTES.COM - HUSTON VINEYARDS

2014 Huston Vineyards Malbec, Snake River Valley, Idaho The vines that made this wine were grown from south facing slopes along the Snake River. The soils are volcanic, providing excellent conditions to grow Malbec. This wine is medium to full-bodied with layers of blackberry and raspberry fruits. It finishes long and strong with a spicy, tantalizing finish. Pair it with a grilled steak!

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2017 April 14 Wine

ENOBYTES.COM - HAT RANCH WINERY

2015 Hat Ranch Winery Dry Moscato, Snake River Valley, Idaho This is an estate grown Muscat ottonel that is fermented to dryness, inspired by an old world style, hence “Dry Moscato”. It’s wonderfully floral and fruity with tropical flavors, and a good dose of acidity. It’s a perfect wine to serve on a hot summer night with friends, good conversation, charcuterie, fruits and cheeses. 182 case production.

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2017 April 14 Wine

ENOBYTES.COM - FUJISHIN FAMILY CELLARS

2015 Fujishin Family Cellars Reserve Viognier, Snake River Valley, Idaho Owner and winemaker Martin Fujishin fell in love with the Snake River Valley soils and climate. He spent most of his childhood and adult life traveling the backroads of the Owyhee Mountain range, and in 2009, he opened Fujishin Family Cellars just a few miles from where his family farmed in Southwest Idaho.

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2017 April 14 Wine

ENOBYTES.COM - CROSSINGS WINERY

2012 Crossings Winery Zabala Vineyard Cabernet Franc, Snake River Valley, Idaho The grapes from Idaho enjoy warm days and cool nights in rich soil derived from weathered sediment from the ancient Lake Idaho. Vineyards in the Snake Valley are flat, with altitudes ranging from 2100-3400 feet, surrounded by mountains. Red wines from the region are often harmonious and balanced, often showcasing old world charm. And this one certainly fits the profile.

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