Not noble, but regal nonetheless…

Dear Feastlings,

Every restaurant’s got them, front and center, on the wine list; Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, the six “Noble Grapes.”  They’ve come to be international, these varietals that are considered staples of winemaking, grown on all continents, and while each new place offers a different terroir and therefore the wines produced of these varietals have varied iterations, there’s a homogeneity that comes with being produced from the same grape.  This Saturday, we’ll taste four varietals that bring to the glass a sense of place that’s further amplified by the fact that these varietals aren’t grown just anyplace, willy-nilly.  Our tasting is both in-person and virtual, and if you call us at 326-9363, we’ll set aside a seat for you, or samples for you to pick up, and we’ll all meet on the screen at 2:00 pm.  The tasting is, like most of our others, $15 plus tax and tip, and should be a fun way to delve into varietals that you’ve either not had before, or that even if you have, you probably didn’t have them yesterday.


The tasting begins on zoom at 2:00 pm on Saturday, February 19.  The Zoom meeting number for the tasting is 871 2522 2554, and the passcode is 156128.


You can find the tasting order and the pricing here.


Not noble, but regal nonetheless


2020 Vietti Roero Arneis DOCG

2018 Weingut Theo Minges “Feinherb” Estate Scheurebe, Pfalz

NV Il Farneto “Giandòn” Red Blend (Malbo Gentile/Lambrusco/Marzemino,) Emilia-Romagna

2018 Landskroon Pinotage, Paarl

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