By now, the vast majority of you has met Kevin- he runs the wine shop here, and moderates our weekly wine tastings, and is a solid one-third of the wine team here at Feast. We’re justifiably proud of our wine program- we were named one of the top 100 wine restaurants in the United States by Wine Enthusiast, and have years and years of Best of the Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence under our belts. With three of us running the program, though, there are bound to be differences of opinion, so with Kevin out of town on Saturday, Megan and I thought we’d pour some wines that we’re inclined to believe Kevin would be, shall we say, less on board with. Kevin is, like any of us, a person with his own opinions, and while Megan and I each might dismiss one wine or another out of hand, there are a few that we’re convinced Kevin wouldn’t be interested in that we frankly would. This Saturday, March 6, we’ll open up four bottles that we were fairly certain Kevin wouldn’t, only because his personal preferences are, well, personal. The tasting begins at 2:00 pm on Saturday, it costs $12.50 plus tax and tip, and promises to be every bit as educational and entertaining as our other endeavors. If you’d like to join us, you can reserve your samples by calling us at 326-9363.
The zoom tasting begins at 2:00 pm on Saturday, march 6th, and the meeting number is 811 3888 6304. The passcode is905320.
You can see the tasting order and the pricing here.
While the cat’s away…
2018 Carl Erhard Blanc de Noir Trocken (Pinot Noir,) Rheingau
2016 Cantina Lavis Chardonnay, Trentino DOC
2020 Stolpman “Love You Bunches” Sangiovese, Santa Barbara County
2017 The Ned “Marisco Vineyard” Pinot Noir, Marlborough