At Grassroots we have over two dozen different wines by the bottle or glass to choose from. Ranging from premier wine growing regions the country-across, from Napa and Washington State’s Columbia Valley to right here in Arizona. Fill your glass with one of these three wines on your next visit.
White Blend, Provisioner
It’s true. Arizona is a great wine growing destination. In fact, we have three premier wine growing regions throughout the state. Located in Graham County, Arizona, Bonita Springs Vineyard in Wilcox was planted by the Minchella family of Arizona and the Lescombes family of France in 1991. One wine that yields from this region is the Provisioner white blend, an aromatic wine that has a balanced acidity that makes for a smooth and tantalizing palate. This wine is great with our simple seafood dishes, yet it’s bold enough to stand up to heatier dishes like our Roast Spit Fire Chicken and cream-based recipes. $9 by the glass, $32 by the bottle
Great for any season here in Arizona, the official wine of the spring and summer months, rosé, pairs delightfully with seafood and shellfish and light salads. Hogwash Rosé has notes of watermelon and rose petals on the nose, and a lovely Bing cherry, currant and rosewater palate. The salmon pink wine has a sweet/tart finish and we think the California appellation wine best enjoyed on our patio. $11 by the glass, $40 by the bottle
Red Blend, Truth or Consequences
The Columbia Valley is one of the nation’s largest wine growing areas. Located in the southeastern corner of Washington State, the region has similar growing conditions as France’s famed Bordeaux and Burgundy regions. Truth or Consequences Red Blend is bold, textured and rich, but not over the top. It has aromas of black cherry, blackberry and other savory, earthy notes such as herbs, tobacco, vanilla and cocoa. This red blend pairs great with beef. $10 by the glass, $36 by the bottle
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