You’ve probably heard it a thousand times, but maybe never had the opportunity to put two and two together. Older grapevines produce less fruit than young ones, but those few clusters of grapes hold a far more concentrated juice than their young counterparts. And concentrated juice makes for more delicious wine. This Saturday, Kevin opens up four bottles of old vine wine, and if you choose to join us, you’ll get to taste them. The tasting is only $12.50 plus tax and tip, and it takes place here at Feast on Saturday, February 29, at 2:00 pm.
We still require a reservation so we know how much food to prepare, and we still can’t accept web or email reservations for our special events, so if you want to come taste, you’ll need to give us a call at 326-9363. See you Saturday!
Homage to Old Vines
2016 Torbreck “Woodcutter’s” Semillon, Barossa Valley
2014 Maison l’Envoyé “Protegée” Côte du Py (Morgon)
2016 Fosso Corno “Mayro” Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
2014 Hazana “Viñas Viejas” Rioja DOC