Hollister, California 2014
most similar to a California Chardonnay. rich, dense, and oak forward with a decadent finish.
Frey, Sauvignon Blanc
Redwood Valley, France 2016
a contemporary style of Sauv. Blanc with a hint of mango and a hint of residual sugar in the finish.
Terre Valse, Pinot Grigio
Terre di Chieti, Italy 2015
perfectly made for any Pinot Grigio fan.
Altos Las Hormigas, Malbec
Mendoza, Argentina 2015
a terroir driven wine maker looking back into history for inspiration. baking spice and leather.
Marimar, Pinot Noir
Sonoma Coast, California 2013
biodynamic, single vineyard. a full bodied, oak influenced pinot with an almost spicy finish.
Chateau Font-Merlet, Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot
Bordeaux, France 2010
Bordeaux is home to some of the best wines in the world. supple tannins with plum and cherry.
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Two Faces, Riesling
Rheinhessen, Germany 2011
fragrant notes of melons, wet slate, and stone fruit. mineral driven with an incredibly dry finish.
Force Celeste, Chenin Blanc
Swartland, South Africa 2016
completely unadulterated Chenin. subtle smoke in the aroma, a round mouthfeel, tropical aroma.
Señorío de Peciña, Viura
Rioja, Spain 2013
organic. aromas of flowers, herbs, & lemon zest. flavors of citrus, apple and pear. subtle peach finish
Montecapucho, Arinto/Chardonnay/Sauv. Blanc
Lisboa, Portugal 2014
black pepper, smoke, and cut grass flavors makes this very interesting. although this wine has some body, it’s NOT for the oaky chard drinker.
Elba Island, Italy 2015
white flowers and slate with a unique underlying salinity. A fun example of an obscure grape.
Cascina Pace, Barbera
Piedmont, Italy 2013
excellent fall wine. slightly spicy with slate, granite, and a touch of leathery tannins.
Ouled Thaleb, Marselan/Petit Verdot/Cermenere
Zenith, Morocco 2013
an earthy yet light mouthfeel without being overly tannic. perfect for food or just relaxing.
Trossen Rot, Dornfelder/Pinot Noir
Mosel Valley, Germany 2015
the biodynamic pioneer in Germany with zero additives including no sulphur. light hearted with dark cherry across the palate. especially good for any softer, premier cheeses.
Montsant, Spain 2016
Demeter certified. a dirty, funky aroma acts as the gatekeeper to a truly wonderful wine. strawberry, baking spice and subtle tannins. Give this wine and try and unlock its real inner beauty.
Andalucia, Spain 2012
always dirty and funky. the vines grow in near the desert-like conditions and the stress on the vines create intense flavors of horse blanket and earth.
Poggio Anima, Syrah/Zibibbo
Terre Siciliane, Italy 2016
bright strawberry notes with a round finish.
Juvé & Camps, Blanc de Noir
Cava, Spain NV
very dry, intense carbonation and great acidity.
Balfour, Leslie’s Reserve
Kent, England NV
that’s right, English sparkling wine. beautifully made with subtle sweetness in the finish.
Opening in 2007, Teresa’s Next Door (fondly referred to as TND) quickly gained both community attention and critical acclaim. Hosting one of the most eclectic menus on the Main Line, the variety of different animals on the menu is only matched by the diverse worldwide selection of beer and whiskey selections from around the world.