Wednesday Wine and a Book: Must be Murder


Wednesday Wine and a Book segment is for the grown and sexy adults 21+ who enjoy a tasty adult beverage along with their favorite author. So raise your glass. It's always 5pm on #WWAB


This week's wine suggestion....

2007 Gaja Barbaresco 
A Fabulous smooth Red From Italy, Piedmont vineyard to be exact.
Angelo Gaja has received much acclaim  Fragrant raspberry notes. This wine will run you just over $200.00 but its a 94 PT wine. so well worth the money.
Winemaker's Notes
This is one of Italy's great red wines and the historic flagship of the Gaja family. Produced from Nebbiolo grapes, the wine takes its name from the village of its origin. GAJA Barbaresco has been in production since the winery's founding in 1859. The estate fruit for this iconic wine originates from 14 estate vineyards in Barbaresco and Treiso.

The wine is garnet in color.

The nose is almost sensual in its complexity, with aromas of forest fruits, plums, licorice, mineral and coffee scents.

On the palate, long, complex finish with fine, silk-like tannins and good acidity; dense structure, full of super-ripe fruit
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and now for your book pairing!....



Must Be Murder (The Otto Viti Mysteries Book 1)
by author Jen Carter


Jill D’Angelo never dreamed scandal could unfold at her family’s winery—that is, not until a wine tasting guest turns up dead in a vat of fermenting wine. Now the winery is at the center of an investigation, and Jill isn’t so sure the blustery detective assigned to the case will figure out what really happened. Is it up to Jill to solve the mystery? Probably not. But will anyone be able to keep her from trying? That’s even less likely 
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