Saturday, April 20, 2019

Gratsi Old Country Wine

New to Austin, Gratsi Old Country Wine was at the Wheatsville Co-op Friday night. I do not know how Italian they really are, but I am pretty sure that on Good Friday, most Catholics do their wine drinking at communion. But that's not me; so I tried it. And it was pretty good. Their sales representative, Amber, said that it is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, and Zinfandel. I liked the tart and fruity confluences.
(Still not much content on the website.)

Cabernet Sauvignon is itself a cross between a red grape and a white grape. Wine connoisseurs give merlot several mid-range adjectives. So, it is easy to understand the success of this blend.

Quickly popular at Wheatsville Co-op

Gratsi Old Country wine is available in about 30 retail stores around Austin. At our store demo, they happened to be given space in front of an end cap for chocolate bars with a sample tray.


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Awesomes Austin Foods at the Wheatsville Co-Op 
Sunday at the Co-op
Jerry Emanuelson's Algebraic Proof of Ricardo's Law of Association 

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