Solar de Estraunza Crianza (2004)

solar-de-estraunza-crianza-2004Tom selected this Solar de Estraunza Crianza 2004 from Spain for our Thursday, December evening. I am home late tonight because this was a teaching night for me. We are awaiting a big snow storm — the reports say a storm warning with snow arriving at 4:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. Fun, fun, fun!

We purchased this wine when we were up north visiting my parents in Traverse City. We had stopped in a wine shop called “The Blue Goat” and purchased a variety of red wines. This was one of them.

This is yummy. This Crianzas is a vibrant-flavored and easy to drink. The flavors are vanilla, spice, cherry and black dirt.

Our son, Tommy, just came home with a new CD that he recorded with his band, “The Ben Daniels Band.” We are listening and it is very good!

2 Responses to “Solar de Estraunza Crianza (2004)”

  1. Bruce & Allyson Says:

    Hope you have some dry firewood and a fireplace. You may be snowed-in tomorrow. We are expecting ice here in Kansas City. We have the woodstove ready to go in case we lose power.

    We see you liked Bogle 06 Petit Syrah so we bought a bottle, which we plan to drink tomorrow night ($8.88). We tried the Bogle 06 Cab tonight, We were pleasantly surprised. ($8.88; both on sale at Gomer’s)

  2. Tom & Melody Says:

    Hi Bruce & Allyson! You were right; we ARE snowed in today. It’s going to be a fun day!

    Please let us know how you like the Bogle Petit Syrah. I really loved that one and want to get more; in fact, your comment reminds me to put it on my list.

    I hope your fireplace is cracklin’ and that you are warm and cozy today.

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