We know about Napa, and the Willamette Valley, and the other sprawling appellations that produce wine in our fair United States, but the more we learn about wine, the more we learn how little we know. Every appellation has tucked within it a thousand nooks and crannies, each with a different character, and each of which therefore produces distinct characteristics in the grapes that grow there. This Sunday, we’ll taste four wines from very specific sub-appellations, and learn what sets them apart from the wines growing in the surrounding area. The wines will be paired with food, and you’ll be able to taste along, fork in one hand and glass in the other, and walk away knowing a tiny bit more than you did walking into it. The tasting begins this Sunday, April 25, at 3:30 pm, and costs $35 plus tax and tip, and you’ll be one step closer to being a wine expert and ten steps closer to happy and delicious satiety by the time it’s over. We hope you’ll join us. Call us at 326-9363 to hold yourself a set of tastes.
THE ZOOM TASTING BEGINS AT 3:30 PM ON SunDAY, April 25th, AND THE MEETING NUMBER IS 896 5676 5123. THE PASSCODE is 513621.
The tasting order and pricing can be found here.
There are also heating instructions for the food.
The special place within.
2018 The Eyrie Vineyards Pinot Gris, Dundee Hills
2017 Domaine Eden Pinot Noir, Santa Cruz Mountains
2013 Copain “Hawks Butte” Syrah, Yorkville Highlands
2017 Obsidian Ridge “Obsidian Ridge Vineyard” Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Hills Lake County