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The Wine Club of SBR’s sole purpose is to engage all fans of wine, from the person that enjoys a glass of wine but yearns to learn more about wine, to the sophisticated wine drinker and collector. By taking this all-inclusive approach all members of this club can enjoy the benefits of education through presentations and lectures held by both members and representatives of the wine industry; participate in wine tastings through actual events to progressive wine tastings in other member’s homes; attend seasonal wine dinners, both in private venues and the here at SaddleBrooke Ranch; participate in shared events with some of the other great clubs here at SaddleBrooke Ranch; and then most importantly - to meet and become friends with the great people that live within this community, have a passion for wine, and enjoy a glass of wine with them.

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Wine News


18 Sep 2019 08:31
Our Wine Cellar is Open 
Visit our Wine Cellar to read descriptions about popular red and white wines, including recommended pairings. Have a red or white you think should be included? Contact us and let us know.

15 Sep 2019 18:09
Welcome to the news feed for the Wine Club of SBR. 
Check back often for the latest.


Wine Cellar

Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon is the gem of Napa Valley. A full-bodied red wine, "Cabs" can typically be described as rich and robust. Most commonly aged in French oak, dark fruit flavors are combined with spices and other earthy aromas. The perfect pair for a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon is a juicy steak or other form of red meat.

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a light to medium-bodied red wine whose grapes flourish in colder climates. Described as smooth and fruit-forward, Pinot Noir has red-fruit aromas, most commonly cherry, and just a hint of spices and earthiness. A great Pinot Noir typically has a long, lingering finish. Pinot Noir pairs best with wild game or veal.

Syrah

Syrah is a bold and rich red wine. Notes of dark fruits, pepper and spice are staples of the varietal. Australia’s style of Syrah is known as Shiraz and is much more sweet and jam-like than the “Old World” style of Syrah. Both versions are rich in fruit flavors, yet notably complex. Syrah is perfect for hearty and rich meat dishes, most specifically venison.

Zinfandel

Zinfandel is one of the only grapes thought to be indigenous to America. Grown exclusively in California, this versatile wine has a range of different styles. Most commonly, Zinfandel is aged in American oak, giving the jam-like ripe fruit flavors an earthy spiciness. Zinfandel is also known as one of the more alcoholic wine types, packing a rich punch. Although it is known to go great with a wide variety of foods, this varietal’s perfect pairing is smoked or grilled meats.


Chardonnay

Chardonnay is a medium to full-bodied white wine that is grown globally but holds its own as the most popular wine varietal in America. The best types of Chardonnay are oaked-aged and have a buttery mouthfeel. Crisp fruit flavors like apple and pear are combined with citrus aromas and hints of spice and vanilla. Drink Chardonnay with creamy sauces or chicken dishes for a perfect pairing.

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio is a quintessential Italian white wine. This wine type can be described as light, dry and refreshing with crisp fruit flavors like apple or pear. A different style of cultivation produces more medium-bodied wines that have floral aromas and a hint of minerality. Although both styles can be considered the same wine, the latter style typically bears the name Pinot Gris rather than Pinot Grigio. Both Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are best paired with seafood, more specifically shellfish.

Riesling

Riesling is the flagship wine of Germany, originating in the country’s Rhine Valley. Riesling is at first sweet and acidic but balances out with honey flavors and a significant minerality. Riesling is great for pairing with spicy Asian cuisines or rich foods like pork.

Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc is a light, dry and crisp white wine that has citrus notes and grassy aromas. When aged in oak, the wine has spice and vanilla flavors, as well. Although it tastes great with grilled chicken or vegetables, Sauvignon Blanc is a perfect pair for scallops or other shellfish.






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