During these times of austerity, it seems only appropriate to drink austere wine as well. This week’s wine tasting will help dispel the mistaken notion that Riesling must necessarily be sweet, and offer up a couple of other dry varietals as well. “Tröcken” is German for dry, and these dry wines are the perfect, razor-sharp accompaniments for rich cheeses, or salty or spicy foods as well. You can taste all four for a mere $15 plus tax and tip this Saturday, January 22, at 2:00 pm, either in person or virtually. So reserve your samples, call us at 326-9363 and we’ll set them aside for you.
The tasting begins on zoom at 2:00 pm on Saturday, january 22. The Zoom meeting number for the tasting is 870 0020 5758, and the passcode is 818746.
You can find the tasting order and the pricing here.
Keep on trocken.
Strub 2015 Gruner Veltliner Kabinett “Trocken,” Rheinhessen, Germany
Brand 2020 Riesling “Trocken” (1-liter), Pfalz, Germany
Penner Ash 2017 Hyland Vineyard “Old Vine” Riesling, McMinnville, Oregon
Hans Wirsching 2019 Silvaner “Trocken,” Franken, Germany