Episode 73 – A Phantom Chardonnay and Scotto Family Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon

Episode 73 – A Phantom Chardonnay and Scotto Family Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon Episode 73 – A Phantom Chardonnay and Scotto Family Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon

Phil walked into Coeur D’alene Fresh and asked for a bottle of white and a bottle of red in the 20 dollar price range and these two wines are what were presented and Shelley and Phil taste through both on todays episode. Sometimes a surprise is a welcome change. #HappyFriday #ItsWineTime

Wines tasted this episode:

  • 2017 Phantom Chardonnay ($22 from Coeur D’alene Fresh)
  • 2016 Scotto Family Cellars ($20 from Coeur D’alene Fresh)

A special thanks to our sponosors: The Culinary Stone and Candle in the Woods

The Culinary Stone. Looking for that special bottle of wine or a wine club that really over delivers? How about cooking classes for every taste? Considered a foodies paradise, The Culinary Stone is a gourmet heaven that was dreamt up for, and by, those with a serious passion for the culinary arts and gathering of community. For more information about The Culinary Stone, please visit https://culinarystone.com or call them at 208-277-4116.

Candle in the Woods. If you are looking for a one of a kind, unique dining experience, Candle in the Woods is THE place for you. With 12+ courses, wine and food pairings that are off the charts and a dinner that is spread out over three hours, this experience is second to none. Visit http://candleinthewoods.com to book your dinner or simply text, 208-664-0135. 

To read about our experience at Candle in the Woods, please visit https://www.intentionalcaregiver.com/candle-in-the-woods-a-northern-idaho-culinary-experience-like-no-other/

And of course, a HUGE thank you to Tod Hornby who wrote and recorded our official Wine Time Fridays theme music (as well as The Social Web sponsorship music!) which is ANYthing but average.  Please contact him at veryaveragemusic@gmail.com

Wine Time Fridays Wine Word of the Week – Table Wine

Generally any wine that is not sparkling or fortified. In the US these wines must also be between 7% and 14% alcohol by volume. The term table wine also refers to a wine that is considered a good, everyday drinker. In the European Union, the “Table Wine” category (and “Table Wine with a Geographical Indication”) was previously the quality category that came below “Quality Wines” or Quality Wines Produced in Specified Regions  (QWPSR) such as French AOC and Italian DOCG wines until both terms were eliminated in 2009. 

Mentions: Blazen Divaz, Tunnel to Towers Foundation 5K, Townshend Cellars

Thank you for visiting! Be sure to continue the conversation by checking us out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, too! You can also “Follow” Phil on Vivino. His profile name is Phil Anderson and will probably “Follow” you back!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *