BBQ Glazed Salmon, Mock Spinach Soufflés, and ElviWines Classico
This past evening, my in-laws whipped up a really awesome dinner. It consisted of a Sweet and Sour glazed BBQ Salmon, along with a Quick Spinach Soufflés, and a lovely assortment of fresh vegetables. The evening was really quite nice, and well enjoyed by all. My wife’s uncle joined us and brought along a lovely bottle of Elvi Wines Classico Ribera del Jucar, which is mevushal and quite tasty. This is not a wine that will blow you away, but it is still a wine that is quite a nice quaffer.
Thanks to Mom and Dad, and Reuben for a lovely evening. The wine note follows below:
2008 Elvi Wines Classico, Ribera del Jucar – Score: B+
The nose on this garnet colored wine, which is a blended wine of 88% Tempranillo and 12% Merlot, is ripe with plum, cherry, raspberry, and spice. The mouth of this medium bodied wine is soft with raspberry, cherry, and plum. The mid palate is bright with core acidity and a hint of coffee. The finish is medium long with more acid, soft tannins, coffee, and pepper/spice. This is a real nice wine that is a solid quaffer for almost anyone and mevushal to boot. By the way, this is the only mevushal wine from this awesome Spanish Kosher Winery, one of my favorites out there.
Posted on July 20, 2009, in Food and drink, Kosher Red Wine, Wine and tagged Classico, Elviwines. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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