Arundel Cellars & Brewing Co. is pleased to announce the release of its newest wine: Limited Edition Viognier Reserve.
Arundel wines lovers are cordially invited to celebrate the release of Viognier Reserve on Wednesday, July 19. The release party, held indoors from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., will offer an opportunity to meet the grape grower and winemaker and attend a short presentation abut the wine at 7:15 p.m. Samples will be available; Boyd Baker will provide the musical entertainment.
“As a winemaker, each vintage bottled brings a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment, and this is especially true when there is a close involvement with the wine grape process as early as bud break,” says Lauri Boettcher, partner & winemaker.
“This vintage of Viognier takes the appreciation to the next level,” Boettcher continues. “Hand-harvested, with no knowledge that these carefully-selected grapes would in fact be the vineyard’s last, brings special awareness of how delicate a process the art of wine grape growing can be.
“We’re excited to share this beautiful wine with people, a wine that exemplifies the fragility of existence but also celebrates the goodness that comes from it.”
Limited Edition Viognier Reserve is priced at $40 per 750 ml bottle, but will be offered during this release party only at a reduced price of $35. It is best served chilled and pairs nicely with Roasted Chicken, Sea Bass, Shrimp, Poached Salmon, Baked Brie with Apricots and Gruyere.
The term “reserve” is a term given to a specific wine that is of a higher quality than usual. Winemakers traditionally “reserve” some of their best wine rather than selling it immediately.
Arundel Cellars & Brewing Co., headquartered is at 11727 E. Main Road (Rt. 20), in North East, PA, is a winery/brewery headquartered in a beautifully restored 19th century barn nestled among the vineyards of scenic North East. Arundel enjoys the unique position of being the first winery in the area offering both premium wine and craft beer. Together, the Arundel family has more than 100 years of combined grape-growing and wine-making experience.
For more information about this event, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 814-725-1079.