La France, part trois.

Dear Feastlings,

I know Bastille Day is still a couple of weeks away, but we’ve got so many fun French wine choices that we’d love to keep getting them in front of you.  With that in mind, this Saturday’s tasting will be another peek at France, this time through the eyes of our buddy Mike Galkin.  The Bastille Day menu will be posted any day now, but in the meantime, here’s a look at what we’ll be tasting at this Saturday’s wine tasting.  The tasting, as usual, begins at 2:00 pm on Saturday, July 1st.  As usual, it will cost $15 plus tax and tip, and as usual, a reservation is an excellent plan, since people have been seeking more and more indoor activities with the weather being what it’s been this week.  As usual, the number to call is (520) 326-9363 and we’ll get you a seat and a glass.


La France, part trois


You can find the tasting order and pricing for this week’s tasting here.


2021 Les Vignobles Foncalieu “Piquepoul” Rosé (Picpoul Noir,) Coteaux D’Ensérune IGP

2021 Vincent Wengier Bourgogne Blanc (Chardonnay,) Bourgogne AOP

2021 Domain du Pavillon de Chavannes (Gamay,) Côte de Brouilly AOC

2018 Chateau de la Bonneliér “Les Cornuelles” (Cabernet Franc,) Chinon AOC

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