Made with grapes sourced from the Chalone appellation of California, “Vin de Sandwich,” which translates to “Sandwich Wine” in English, is a light-bodied Pinot that features notes of dark raspberry and ripe cherry and hints of cedar and spice.
Jimmy John’s says its “balance of tannins and acidity match beautifully with the richness of the salami, capicola and salted butter,” of the Frenchie.
While the wine will not be sold at your local Jimmy John’s, it can be found exclusively at Wine.com for $29.99 per bottle while supplies last. Wilfred Wong, the site’s in-house wine critic gave it a score of 90 points out of 100.
Made fresh daily, the Frenchie Sandwich combines salami and capicola with hand-sliced provolone and salted butter in a freshly-baked French baguette.
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