There are a few qualities in wines that make them specifically food-friendly- tannin, fruit, herbal notes or a smoky nose- but if you ask us, it’s acidity that makes a wine pair with a broad spectrum of foods. This week, we’re tasting four wines that steadily progress from low-acid to high-acid so you can have the opportunity to taste acidity within the context of the wine. The tasting, as it habitually does, begins at 2:00 pm on Saturday, September 23rd, and costs a mere $12.50 plus tax and tip. You can give us a buzz at 326-9363 and we’ll happily set aside some tastes for you, and then all you need to do is tune in come Saturday.
The tasting begins at 2:00 pm on Saturday, January 23rd, and the zoom meeting number is 867 5686 6924. the passcode is 966181.
You can find the tasting order and pricing here.
2019 J. Lohr Valdigue, Arroyo Seco
2018 Sextant “Wheelhouse” Zinfandel, Paso Robles
2019 C.V.N.E. “Fincas” Ribera del Duero DDO
2018 Callaghan Tannat, Arizona