Hi ho, Feastlings.
This Saturday, the low temperature will be 74°, and while it’s meant to top out at 98°, at least it’s a sign of good things to come. As our temperatures drift gently downward here in the Old Pueblo, our thoughts have begun to turn to autumnal wines, and, as such, Kevin will be pulling corks this Saturday on Zinfandels, wines who love the braised meats, the root vegetables and the spices we lean toward as the fall edges nearer. This Saturday, September 1, at 2:00, as per usual, we’ll open four different wines, which you’ll taste alongside valuable knowledge and informative patter, and it will only cost a mere $10 plus tax and tip. Reservations are a requirement, and they can’t be had by web or email, so if you’d like to join us, please give us a buzz at 326-9363 and we’ll happily hold you a seat.
Zin for the Win!
2016 Terra d’Oro Zinfandel, Amador County
2016 Dry Creek “Heritage Vines” Zinfandel, Dry Creek Valley
2016 Marietta “Román” Zinfandel, North Coast Counties
2015 Mettler “Epicenter” Old Vine Zinfandel, Lodi