MNN's Michael Venezia selects three California wines from Iron Horse Vineyards.
Fri, Dec 19 2008 at 2:49 PM
Photo: courtesy of Iron Horse Vineyards
Iron Horse Vineyards Estate Grown Chardonnay 2005 — Gold in color with grilled banana, ripe pear and subtle toasted oak aromas. Rich with beautiful orange marmalade flavor. Dry with a long finish. Enjoy with seafood, shellfish and cream sauces. Suggested retail $30.
Iron Horse Vineyards Estate Grown Pinot Noir 2005 — Vibrant black cherry red in color with a combination of spice-box aromas. Medium body with great concentration. Enjoy with duck breasts, pork ribs or mushroom pizza. Suggested retail $42.
Iron Horse Vineyards Classic Vintage Brut Sparking Wine 2004 — Bright pale-golden color, toasted hazelnut and caramel on the nose with a subtle lemon-lime flavor with gentle effervescence. Enjoy as an aperitif or with caviar and all fried foods. Suggested retail $36.