The Value of Old World Wines

Hello, Feastlings.

This Saturday’s wine tasting offers up four Old World wines that should be on your radar this season- a “go-to” red and a “go-to” white, one each, from both Italy and France.  It’s hard to know what fun wines can be had when they come from distant lands where everyone knows them in their homeland, but they have limited exposure here.  As such, we’re making sure you get the opportunity to taste these wines and ready yourselves for the summer.  The tasting happens on Saturday, April 20, at 2:00, and costs $12.50 plus tax and tip, and you’ll need to make a reservation, which can be made the old-fashioned way, by calling us at 326-9363, since web and email reservations will not hold a seat for you.

The Value of Old World Wines

2017 Dourthe “La Grande Cuvée” Sauvignon Blanc, Bordeaux

2017 Tresmontes “Nuraghi Crabioni” Vermentino, Sardegna

2016 Justin Girardin Bourgogne, Santenay

2016 Tritano Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

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