How the Grenache Stole Christmas.

Dear Feastlings,

If there’s a varietal that the staff agrees on here, it’s got to be Grenache.  Good with food, good by its lonesome- some are light enough for lighter dishes, but some are gutsy enough for double cream cheeses and red meat.You’ll get to taste the whole spectrum, from Spain and France and from our own figurative back yard, all for only $10 plus tax and tip, this Saturday, December 3, at 2:00 pm.  Just call us at 326-9363 and we’ll save you a seat (web and email reservations won’t do the trick.)

How the Grenache Stole Christmas

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2012 Fracture “Shatter,” Côtes Catalanes

2013 Gil Family “La Atalaya del Camino,” Almansa

2013 Callaghan Grenache, Sonoita

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