We all like a bottle that we can pull the cork on without worrying about waiting for a special occasion, and our Saturday tastings are usually rife with wines of that sort. This Saturday, however, it’ll be all Pinot Noir, which, owing to its finicky nature, is necessarily a titsch pricier than what we’re often pouring come Saturday. So the tasting will be $18.50 plus tax and tip rather than the customary $12.50, but most assuredly worth it. As with all our tastings, you’ll need to make a reservation, and you’ll need to do it by phone, since web and email reservations don’t work for special events. Give a call at 326-9363 if you’d like to get on the waiting list (it’s sold out at this point, but still worth investigating, as we do usually have a cancellation or two. Or five. Anyway, it should be a good one. It’s at 2:00 this Saturday, June 22nd.
Burgundy meets friends from Oregon’
2015 Joseph Drouhin Côte de Beaune
2017 Laurelwood Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley
2017 Brooks Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley
2014 Shea Wine Cellars “Estate” Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley