It’s no joke. When Chris was in Napa last spring, he kicked around the idea with good friend Miner, who sometimes produces cool blends from grapes not used in Miner’s signature wines.
The red wine, which is now served and sold at Underbelly with the Hoot’Nanny label, is a blend of cab franc, malbec, cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot and tempranillo, making it a great food wine with full flavor but not overblown like some California cabernets can be.
The list price is $60, but if you purchase a bottle to go, the price drops to $36. That’s a hoot’nanny of a deal.