When you mention Spain and wine, people seem to default to Rioja, and Rioja, without a doubt, has earned no small amount of street cred in the wine world. That said, what better educational experience than to taste a Rioja alongside wines that hail from some of the dozens of other appellations in Spain? This Saturday, Kevin pulls corks from La Manch, Campo de Borja, Montsant, and of course that old standby, Rioja. They’re all red, they’re all delicious with (or without) food, and they all represent excellent values- Spain is still one of the best wine values out there. Come taste for yourself this Saturday, November 5, at 2:00. Reservations are a must, and web and email reservations won’t hold you a place, so we suggest you call us at 326-9363 and have us hold a couple of seats for you and your loved ones. There’ll be snacks, wit and the imparting of wine knowledge, all for only $10 plus tax and tip. We hope you’ll join us.
2013 Mosen Cleto Crianza Roja, Campo de Borja
2015 Camina Tempranillo, La Mancha
2011 Hacienda Ternero “Torno” Crianza, Rioja
2014 Gil Family Estates “Blau,” Montsant