The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, isn’t it? We’re all having a rough time this past ten months or so, and it’s human nature to take a look at our neighbors’ yards and see what’s going on over there with a trace of envy. Maybe they only have the SECOND highest infection rate in the world. Or maybe they have delicious wines that we don’t get to taste. This week, we’re headed to the other side of the fence, or rather, the other side of the equator, to see what we’ve been missing out on. We’ll taste four wines, all from various latitudes and longitudes, but all of which have long been bottled away, as they were harvested in their autumn, which was our springtime up here. But regardless of the when and the where, there’ll be some tasty wines to add to our repertoire. The tasting is $12.50 plus tax and gratuity, and it begins on Zoom at 2:00 this Saturday, January 16th. Give us a buzz at 326-9363 and we’ll set aside a set of tastes for you. See you on the screen.
The tasting begins at 2:00 pm on Saturday, January 16, and the zoom meeting number is 820 3441 0322. the passcode is 577400.
You can find the tasting order and pricing here.
2019 Abras Torrontes, Cafayate
2019 Badenhorst “Secateurs” Chenin Blanc, South Africa
2017 Artesana red blend (Tannat/Merlot/Zinfandel,) Canelones
2017 Quarisa Wines “Johnny Q” Petite Sirah, New South Wales