The window for great big red wine in Tucson is a tiny one, so we're taking full advantage. This Saturday's tasting is brimming with 'em.
Saturday Wine Tastings
Each Saturday at 2:00 pm, we open four different wines and talk about them- where they come from, who makes them, and what makes them special. A couple of light hors d’oeuvres accompany the tasting and those who attend are eligible for discounts on the wines. Reservations are required, and web and email reservations will not guarantee you a seat, to please make your reservation by calling (520) 326-9363
Past Saturday Wine Tasting
All you Tucsonans are used to a certain amount of spice in your diet, and why wouldn't you like the quintessential spicy wine alongside? Taste four Zinfandels at this week's tasting.
Don't you dare dismiss Riesling as simple and sweet. Don't. You. Dare.
Nothing takes the chill out of your bones like a rich, dense Cabernet Sauvignon. Taste four of them this weekend and see which is your favorite.
Yes, we love the wines we make here in the U.S., but let's not turn up our noses at this Old World goodness. Come see what's delicious from the birthplace of wine.
Wine nerd or not, even a cellar with dusty old bottles from long-lost vintages needs a few bottles of something reliable, lovely and affordable. This week's tasting features four of those wines.
For those of you who intend to offer your guests a meal of great substance this holiday season, nothing will set it off like a wine of great substance alongside it. This week Kevin opens four lush and opulent reds.
Don't you dare. You're too smart to be hoodwinked by a fictional character in a book and movie that came out fourteen years ago. Just because Miles of Sideways disparaged Merlot doesn't mean you need to. This week, Kevin pours you four Merlots of different styles, each of which is suited to someone's holiday table.
It's not just that it happens to be an appropriate pun to the season; Grenache happens to be a perfect red wine to accompany your holiday spread. There are lighter, softer ones to accompany turkey; intense and focused ones to handle the richest roast beef, and a spectrum of others to go with whatever veggie, fish or fowl you're considering putting on your table.
New Year's Eve isn't the only time to drink sparkling wine, but it sure is a lovely excuse! Come taste four sparkling wines from four different countries to drink now, or on New Year's Eve, or any time thereafter.
Sure, everyone's got advice on what to drink with Thanksgiving dinner. But who can clue you in on the fun things to consider AFTERWARD?