Sunday Wine Tastings

Our Sunday wine tastings only occur on the last Sunday of each month, at 3:30 pm. Unlike our Saturday tastings, there are six wines rather than four, the wines have a broader range of quality and price, and each wine is accompanied by an amuse-bouche that’s specially made to compliment the wine. Again, 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 Sunday Wine Tasting

Trust Your Importer-Marc DeGrazia

Precious Feastlings, Ever on our quest to get people to try new wines with more confidence, we still occasionally feature an importer for one of our wine tastings. We figure that once you get comfortable and learn to trust an importer, it’s a little less scary to spend a few extra dollars on a heretofore […]

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Juan-y One Note

Queridos Feastitos, True, for those of us who don’t live in Spain or its environs, it’s easy to default to Rioja when we think of Spanish wine. It’s certainly a prolific region, and an age-old producer of excellent wine, but it turns out that Spain is a varied place, with a lot more to offer […]

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Staff Picks

Hi there, Feastlings. It turns out that while there are a cool half a dozen of us who can help you navigate your way through the wine list, there are three of us who ultimately make the decisions about what we offer here, whether it’s in the shop or on the wine list.  And between […]

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Deep, dark reds.

Good day, Feastlings, 70 degrees or not, for Tucsonans, it’s wintertime. And winter means red wine.  Shelve your whites for now and uncork something deep, dark and red.  Not sure what that should be?  You may want to consider joining us on Sunday, December 28th at 3:30 for our Last Sunday of the Month tastings.  […]

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All Hail Cabernet, King of Grapes

Precious Feastlings, This month’s Last Sunday tasting will be presented by Jessica Nenadic, who’s not only excited to bring Cabernet Sauvignon from near and far this Sunday, along with its progenitors, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc, but who also wants the wines to speak for themselves.  So notes on the wines this month, but rather, […]

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Wines from Spain with 2Twenty Imports and Dale Sparks

Buen Día, Feastlings, If you’ve been in Tucson for a spell, you may be able to reach into the recesses of your memory and pull out a little recollection of Dale Sparks.  Anthony’s?  Boutique Wines?  Maybe you went to Sabino High School with him?  Whatever the case, Dale’s a grudging Phoenician now, formerly cellarmaster at […]

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Up and down the Rhône

Hey there, Feastlings. Châteauneuf-du-Pape, while the Popes have long since moved out of it, is the yardstick of the Rhône valley.  We tend to taste wines from the region and compare their various qualities of fruit and garrigue with the notable southern end of the river valley. The fact is, however delicious the wines of […]

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The Loire Valley

Hey there, Feastlings. Burgundy and Bordeaux may be the big name wine regions of France, and we have nothing against them whatsoever, but sometimes, you’ll discover, wines from a less notable region can be every bit as good as those of the heavy-hitting, well-recognized regions, and without the price tag that accompanies notoriety. The Loire […]

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Wines from Piedmont

Good day, Feastlings. As a part of our continuous effort to help you feel comfortable trying new wines, our Last Sunday Wine Tasting this month will feature some wines from Giuliana Imports, which, while they bring in the odd wine from Argentina and Slovenia, focuses primarily on the wines of Spain and Italy. As it […]

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