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The Asylum Restaurant in Jerome, Arizona.





Note: We carry many more wines not shown below
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Choose 4 wines to taste, compare or blend. Play winemaker! Enjoy 2oz of each wine $12.00



Arizona Stronghold Dayden 2009

Another great wine from Arizona Stronghold Vineyards. This dry rosé
is made in the traditional saigne method; after crushing, the juice
gets short skin contact until the desired amount of color is achieved.
Fermentation takes place in stainless steel resulting in a crisp,
refreshing wine with floral aromas and flavors of strawberries and
Cochise County, Arizona

Blanc Pescador NV

This is a crisp, slightly sparkling white wine from Spain made
from a blend of Macabeo, Parellada, and Xarel-lo. It has a fresh
flavor that is lightly fruity with a nice mineral finish. Try this with
any of our seafood dishes or a cheese plate.
Peralada, Spain

Pierre Sparr Alsace One 2008

This elegant and fruity wine comes from vines grown in the Alsace
region of France. This wine is a proprietary blend of Muscat,
Sylvaner, Edelzwicker, Pinot Blanc, Riesling and Gewurtztraminer.
It has flavors of fresh fruit with a floral nose. This is a must try with
the Sonoran Chicken, Sea Bass, Shrimp Scampi, or Calamari.
Alsace, France

E & M Berger Gruner Veltliner 2009

This wine hails from Austria. Gruner Veltliner is a native grape
grown in the coolest of wine grape growing regions. This is a
spectacular, crisp, flavorful & full-bodied wine. With mineral
aromas and flavors, balanced and dry. Try it with Calamari.
Kremstal, Austria

Fontevecchia Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi 2007

The Verdicchio grape from the Marches Region of central Italy
produces crisp, refreshing white wines that are great in the
Arizona Summer. This wine has a mineral nose with flavors of
citrus and a crisp finish. Try this with the Sea Bass, Shrimp
Scampi or a Cheese Plate.
Marches, Italy

Seghesio Arneis 2008

Arneis translates to "little rascal" and is one of Italy's oldest and
most distinct grape varietals. This one was planted in the Russian
River Valley in 1992. This wine has a floral nose with flavors of
peaches, pears, grapefruit and a crisp finish. Try this with the Sea
Bass or the Calamari.
Russian River Valley, California

Zolo Torrontés 2009

Torrontés is the the signature white varietal of Argentina. It has
floral and tropical fruit aromas. On the palate it has a crisp,
creamy mouth feel and a long finish. Try this with the Sonoran
Chicken or the Butternut Squash Soup.
Mendoza, Argentina




Barbolini Lambrusco NV

This red sparkling wine from Italy is made from organically
grown grapes and has a nose of plums, cherries and cedar.
The palate is crisp with fresh fruit and a nice smooth finish.
Try it with a cheese plate, yum!.
Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Berger Zweigelt 2009

Zweigelt is a Blaufrankish x St.Laurent cross, both indigenous
to Austria. This refreshing red is light and can be served slightly
chilled. It has flavors of cherry, plum, spice, and floral notes.
Try this with salmon or chicken.

J Lohr Wildflower Valdiguie 2009

This Valdiguie is grown in the cool Arroy Seco region in
Central Monterey County. It has aromas of boysenberry, cherry
and cranberry with a plump, supple, low tannin mouth feel.
Monterey County, California

Del Golf Bonarda 2003

The Bonarda grape is originally from Italy, but this one was
grown in Argentina. It has wild berries on the nose with hints of
chocolate and smoke. On the palate it is full bodied with cherry
and black fruit. A great pairing with the Rack of Lamb.

GR-174 2007

This full bodied red from Priorat is a blend of
Garnacha, Carignan, and Cabernet Sauvignon. This
wine has floral aromas with a hint of mint. On the palate
it is fruity, complex, and elegant. Try with any red meat
dish or a cheese plate.
Priorat, Spain


Villa Pozzi Nero d'Avola 2008

This wine reflects the clean environment and combination of
water, soil and sunshine that is uniquely Sicily. Made from
100% Nero d'Avola, the wine is a clear dark ruby with a bouquet
full of lush dry fruit character. The rich fruitiness continues on
the palate, with plenty of plum and cherry flavors with a nice
dry finish.
Sicily, Italy


Viña Zaco Tempranillo 2006

Tempranillo is Spain's signature red varietal. Also known as Tinto
de Toro, and Cencibel. In Portugal it is known as Tinta Roriz.
In the Rioja where it ripens early (temprano means early in
Spanish) it is known a Tempranillo. This full bodied red is in
Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines of 2009 and has flavors of
cherries, berries, plums, notes of licorice and spice.
Rioja, Spain