Good Day, Feastlings.
While there’s no shortage of Syrah from Washington, Malbec from Argentina, or Pinot Noir from the Central Coast, once in a while, it’s nice to remember where they hail from, so Kevin’s pulling out a handful of reds this weekend that are true to their Old World roots. If you want to taste what these grapes tasted like before we got our New World mitts on them, this Saturday’s a great time to do it. There’s even a fancy, high-end bottle as an extra added bonus. Do recall that web or email reservations won’t hold you a place at the tasting, so you’ll have to give us a call at 326-9363 if you want to join us. The action starts at 2:00 pm this Saturday, March 28th, and it’ll only set you back $10 plus tax and gratuity. Snacks as well.
Old World Reds
2011 Prazo de Roriz Vinho Tinto, Douro
2008 Beronia Rioja
2010 Domaine Faury Syrah, Collines Rhodaniennes
2009 Lew Paillieres “Les Racines” Gigondas