Similar to Something Very Familiar

Hey there, Feastlings.

Remember “Sideways?” It’s that movie that made everyone eschew Merlot and start drinking Pinot Noir.  Regrettably, it neglected to inform them that it’s dramatically more expensive to produce good Pinot Noir than it is to produce good Merlot.  As luck would have it, however, Pinot’s got cousins all over the place, and Kevin will introduce you to them this Saturday at 2:00.  If you’d like to join us, please give a call at 326-9363- we can’t take web or email reservations for this one- and for a mere $10 plus tax and tip, you can taste through some Pinot Noir and nearly Pinot Noir, plus have a little snack.  Hope you can join us.

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