About Talmage Wines
Talmage Cellars California Cabernet Sauvignon
Our Talmage Cabernet Sauvignon represents the best that this powerful varietal has to offer. Our Winemaker has extensive Cabernet Sauvignon experience, having worked with several world class producers from the Medoc and Napa Valley. Cabernet Sauvignon can display black cherry, blackberry, blueberry and plum. As the wine matures, warm spices, vanilla, black pepper, tobacco and leather aromas can develop from aging in toasted oak barrels. This is a dry wine with layered tannins that coat the mouth from beginning to finish. This classic Cab is elegant, charming, robust and has a long finish.
Talmage Cabernet Sauvignon wines are very structured and can be enjoyed with lamb chops, grilled beef steak or pan seared pork medallion. Try it with the featured recipe: Zesty Red Wine and Herb Steak.
Talmage Cellars California Chardonnay
Our Talmage Cellars California Chardonnay offers classic aromas found in this varietal. This wine has some citrus characters like lemon, lime and grapefruit. Depending on the vintage, a small amount of oak may be detected in the finish. This oak will appear in the glass as toasted bread, brown sugar and crème brulée aromas. Chardonnay is always one of the most structure and intense white wines in the mouth. This Chardonnay has a medium intensity, a spike of acidity in the middle and a hint of oaky characters in the finish. With that type of mouthfeel, this wine can hold up alongside creamy pasta, rice dishes, seafood, grilled fish or a cheese platter. Try it with the featured recipe: Shrimp & Pasta Salad.
Talmage Cellars California Semi-Seco Sparkling
This Talmage California Semi Seco-Sparkling Wine has aromas of pear, hazelnut and caramel with hints of orange and anise. The flavors are fizzy and sweet with good acidity and a pleasant medium weight on the palate. This wine has a long sweet finish with tons of fruit and the type of acidity that goes with anything. Enjoy this wine with sushi, strawberries dipped in chocolate, Thai food or light cheeses such as fresh mozzarella. Try it with Red Curried Chicken, or enjoy it all by itself!
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