Genius Sips with David Glancy-MS Featuring Terlato Syrah and Mazzoni Rosso
Join Jessica Altieri, CS & CWAS of Wine Channel TV, winechanneltv.tv with David Glancy, MS and CEO of the San Francisco Wine School, sanfranciscowineschool.com at the upscale Sip&Shop wine lifestyle event in Chicagoland for a “taste” of 2 great wines!
The Terlato Syrah is from the Dry Creek AVA in Sonoma, or a sub region of Sonoma. The Mazzoni Rosso is similar to a “baby Super Tuscan”, with the primary grape from Tuscany, Italy. This wine is a great value that blends Italian and American heritage together.
Mazzoni Rosso produces a wonderful wine from the Tuscan wine region of Italy. Their red blend is made from http://piggyslots.com/ Sangiovese and Merlot. Try this earthy wine and you will discuss intense flavors of licorice, plum, tobacco, and berries.
The deep Syrah from Terlato Vineyards is pressed dry and aged in French oak barrels for 17 months before being bottled. Located in Sonoma county, Terlato vineyards is similar to that of France’s Rhone Valley. When you taste this wine, you will not only find flavors of berries, but notes of violet flower as well.