You know the feeling: you’re on vacation, whether it’s just a jaunt to San Diego to get out of the heat, or a carefully planned trip to a Tuscan farmhouse, and you taste that local food or drink that makes you pause for a moment and realize that it’s all come together so beautifully. This week, Kevin opens four wines that, wherever they hail from, are what the locals are drinking. It’s our customary $10 tasting (plus tax and tip) with one anomalous detail: This week’s tasting is at 2:30 rather than 2:00! We have a private event beforehand and didn’t want to shoo them out, and didn’t want you frustrated and tapping your feet while you looked at your watches. So if you’d like to join us, give us a call at 326-9363 (remember, web and email reservations won’t hold your place) and join us at 2:30 on Saturday, April 1. It should be great fun.
2014 Berger Zweigelt, Lower Austria
2011 Borgianni Chianti DOCG
2015 Peirano Estates “Old Vine” Zinfandel, Lodi
2015 Bieler Côtes du Rhône Villages