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

Italian wines with Dario Soldan of Classico

Hello, Feastlings. There are people we like.  There are wines we like.  Once in a while, there’s an overlap- someone we enjoy brings in wines that we consistently admire for their level of quality and value.  Dario Soldan is one of those people, a smart, knowledgeable character who brings us wines that we’ve not seen […]

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Wines of the Pacific Northwest

Hello, Feastlings. This Sunday, June 26th, our Last Sunday tasting has us tasting wines from the Pacific Northwest.  Mike Galkin leads us in a tasting that will whisk us away to a place where we can imagine drizzling rain and a thermometer that doesn’t stretch past 85 degrees.  If you’d like to join us, please […]

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Back to Nature

Hello, Feastlings. We periodically host a tasting with the theme, “trust your importer.” It’s an effort to get you to take a look at the bottle you’re unsure of and take a chance based on the fact that, while you may not know the producer of the wine, you trust the company that imports it.  […]

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The Many Moods of Pinot

Hello, Feastlings. Our good friend Andy Ramirez joins us this Sunday for our Last Sunday of the Month tasting, and it’s virtually assured we’ll fill up, if not because so many of you already know and enjoy Andy, then because Pinot Noir is among the most heavily attended of our tastings. This Sunday, April 24, […]

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The South of France

Hello, Feastlings. Our end-of-the-month tasting this month will be led by our erstwhile dining room manager, Dylan Higgins.  Dylan now works for Alliance beverage, and he’ll be here this Sunday, February 28, at 3:30 to pour six wines for you that hail from Southern France.  There’s some tasty stuff to be had here, and relatively […]

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Your new favorite Sicilian

Hello, Feastlings. Poor Sicily. While people clamor for Barolo and Barbaresco, Chianti Classico and SuperTuscans, Sicilian wines have yet to get their day in the limelight.  But two months ago, I came into the restaurant on a Monday when we were closed, and met two guys who brought in a whole spectrum of Sicilian wines. […]

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Wines of the Pacific Northwest

Dear Feastlings, Every now and again, we get so caught up in the virtues of French, Italian or Spanish wines, and we do it to our own detriment, because we ignore wines from our own (admittedly somewhat broad) neck of the woods.  And yes, there’s a reason that California is the first place that leaps […]

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Trust Your Importer- Kobrand Wine and Spirits

Dear Feastlings, You may recall that periodically, we try to remind you that even if you’re unfamiliar with a particular wine, you may take the plunge and buy that bottle confidently if you turn the bottle around and recognize an importer who’s garnered your trust by importing wines of high quality and good value.  This […]

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Greece and Turkey

Dear Feastlings, People often think of France as wine’s home, and of ancient Rome as wine’s birthplace, but they forget that it was Greeks who brought viticulture to Italy.  This month, we’ll open up six wines from Greece and Turkey, and it’s an exciting opportunity: You’ll taste varietals you seldom see in the U.S., from […]

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Burgundy

Dear Feastlings, There’s wine, and then there’s wine.  Sure, there’s that tasty twelve-dollar bottle- the blend of Zinfandel and Syrah and Sangiovese that was basically the leftover odds and ends that a winemaker threw together to make palatable and keep from wasting any of the juice left after the more important single-varietal bottlings, and there’s […]

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