Hello, Feastlings.

For as many grape varietals as there are that crop up all over the world- and there are a lot of them- a number of them are grapes that appear in various climes under different monikers.  Some are easy to guess: Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are fairly obviously the same grape.  Grenache in France goes by Garnacha in Spain.  Some are not so simple to guess. Trebbiano? Bonarda?  This week, Kevin will help you crack the code and learn about some varietals that you thought were something entirely different.  The tasting is this Saturday at 2:00, and will cost the customary $10 plus tax and gratuity.  If you’re in, give us a call at 326-9363, since web and email reservations won’t guarantee you a place at the tasting, which is, as usual, accompanied by a couple of bites of food.  We hope you can join us.


2014 Cataldi Madonna Trebbiano d’Abruzzo, Abruzzo

2013 Camino de Navaherreros Garnacha, Madrid

2011 Zuccardi “Series A” Bonarda, Santa Rosa (Mendoza)

2013 Albacea Monastrell, Jumilla

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