Yes, when someone says “Pinot,” we’re inclined to assume that it’s Pinot Noir we’re all talking about. But there’s also Pinot Blanc, and there’s Pinot Gris, and even (yes, this is a thing) Pinot Chardonnay. Everyone’s pal Kevin will be opening up four different wines, each of which is a different varietal, but each of which, it happens, is Pinot. Want to explore the history of the grape and taste examples? If so, join us this Saturday, March 5, at 2:00 for the tasting. It’s $10 plus tax and tip, it includes a little snack, and we’d be delighted to have you. Just call us at 326-9363 and reserve a spot. Web and email reservations won’t hold you a place.
The Four Faces of Pinot
2014 J. Wilkes Pinot Blanc, SAnta Maria Valley
2010 Joseph Swan “Trenton Station” Pinot Gris, Russian River Valley
2014 William Fevre “Champs Royeaux” Chablis
2012 Molnar Family “Posiedon” Estate Grown Pinot Noir, Carneros