Thursday, March 24, 2011

Seattle Magazine Mention!

It has been a bit hectic over in the land of Purple Teeth. But not too hectic to mention a recent mention in Seattle Magazine's March issue entitled, "How to Become A Washington State Winemaker without Giving Up Your Day Job". And two of three wines produced by Purple Teeth Cellars got mentions for "Top Picks". For some reason, the magazine has not posted the "Top Picks" section of the article to their website but fortunately we have the text right here:

Purple Teeth Cellars 2006 Eaglepoint Ranch Petite Sirah, Mendocino County
One sip of the big, earthy gem might make a case for giving this so-called lesser grape more love. It's got depth, layers of blueberry and black cherry, and a lingering finish.

Pairs with: Roasted duck, burgers, pizza - in other words, it's a versatile food wine.

Purple Teeth Cellars 2007 White Hawk Vineyard Syrah, Santa Barbara County
Jammy and big, this wine packs a wallop of dark fruit flavors, warm spice and rustic earthiness - all characterizing this Rhone varietal's ability to wow without coming on too strong.

Pairs with: A rustic cassoulet or an assertively seasoned salmon fillet.

Obviously this is very exciting news for us and has led to some other opportunities for Mr. and Mrs. Purple Teeth, which we hope to talk about in the very near future. In the meantime, keep on flashing those PURPLE TEETH!

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