California’s “Mediterranean” Coast

Hi, Feastlings.

It’s a good day today.  Kevin is back and ready for this Saturday’s tasting and the name of the tasting isn’t making me cringe.  This week, he’s got wines from California’s answer to the Mediterranean coast.  Balmy weather and chilly nights make for delicious wines from Santa Barbara and its environs, and the wines are not only delicious, but a remarkably good value.  There’ll be four wines to taste this Saturday, May 4, at 2:00.  Not one of them costs more than $20, and what’s more, the wines are discounted even further for those of you who attend the tasting.  It’s only $12.50 plus tax and tip to join us, and reservations are a must.  Web and email won’t do the trick, though- we only take phone and in-person reservations for our special events.  So if you’d like to come, give us a call at 326-9363 and we’ll keep a seat and a glass handy for you.

California’s “Mediterranean” Coast

2016 Faîte Chardonnay by Paraiso Vineyards, Santa Lucia Highlands

2016 Faîte Pinot Noir by Paraiso Vineyards, Santa Lucia Highlands

2016 Andrew Murray “Tous les  Jours” Syrah, Santa Ynez Valley

2017 Field Recordings “Neverland” Cabernet Sauvignon, Santa Barbara County

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