How the Grenache Stole Christmas

Hello, dear ones.

Now that you’ve cleared your Thanksgiving table, the remaining holidays are fast upon us, and nothing suits a wintery feast like Grenache.  Delicious with fowl, but able to handle beef, not overpowering so much so that seafood wouldn’t make an excellent companion, and quite frankly our favorite varietal with which to wash down a winter squash, it’s always a good bet to bring a bottle when you’re invited someplace, or if you just want something delicious and affordable on the table when your guests arrive.  The hard part is deciding which Grenache to keep handy, and we’re making it easier for you by opening up four of them this Saturday, November 30, at 2:00 pm.  You can pick the style(s) that suit(s) you best.  You’ll want and need a reservation, and that can only be had in person or by phone at 326-9363.  Our fancy software won’t let us take web or email reservations for wine events.  Just bring $12.50 plus tax and tip, and wear your wine-tasting hat.


How the Grenache stole Christmas


NV St. Cosme Jeune Solera “Little James’ Basket Press” Grenache, Rhône Valley

2018 Domaine de la Damase Grenache, Vaucluse

2017 Fracture “Shatter” Grenache, Côtes Catalanes IGP

2016 GFC “Atteca” Old Vine Garnacha, Calatayud

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