The 5th Avenue Wine Gift Basket
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Two outstanding bottles of wine are included, one
Istro Cabernet Sauvignon and one Cress Zinfandel Red.
Your recipients will also enjoy such gourmet foods as caviar, smoked salmon, seasoned crackers, Camembert cheese spread, nuts, cookies, candies and more. Perfect for the executive boardroom
or for a dear friend.
Cabernet Sauvignon thrives on the well-drained gravel-rich soils producing tannic wines with piercing blackcurrant fruits that develop complex cedarwood and cigar box nuances when fully mature.
The best California Zinfandel tends to be grown from very carefully tended old vines grown in the Sierras or in Dry Creek Valley although there are pockets of great vines elsewhere.
A sophisticated wine from the Northeastern "Tre Venezie" region of Italy, where the Pinot Grigio grape has been cultivated for more than a century.
Floral and tropical fruit aromas. Pale, clear straw yellow. Sniff-wise, lots of lime and grapefruit. The wine was made "in bianco" or "in the white", referring to the vinification process that transforms the blue-gray colored berries into delicate white wine. A soft pressing was employed to enhance flavor extraction while imparting minimal color from the skins.
Old Vine Zinfandel Ironstone Vineyards
The "Old Vine" Zinfandel has a robust blackberry bouquet enhanced by oak aging and displays the characteristic spicy peppery notes that are unique to Zinfandel. The smooth, elegant finish will appeal to new and experienced wine lovers alike.
French oak aging provided the structure and balance, while additional time spent in American oak lent additional spiciness to this medium-bodied wine.
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The high status of 5th Avenue was confirmed in 1862, when Caroline Schermerhorn
Astor settled on the southwest corner of Thirty-fourth Street, and the beginning
of the end of its reign as a residential street was symbolized by the erection,
in 1893, of the Astoria Hotel on the site of her house, later linked to its
neighbor as the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel (now the site of the Empire State