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Past Wine

Wines of the Southwest: Spain. Six dry and sweet Sherries.

Hello, Feastlings. There are a handful of wines that I want the world to understand, and that most people regrettably do not.  Chenin Blanc is one.  Champagne is another.  And there are plenty more, but the wines I really wish everybody would give a fair shake are Sherries.  Sweet ones, yes, of course, but especially […]

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Northern Italy

Hi, Feastlings. Kevin’s weekly wine tasting features the wines of Northern Italy this month: San Leonardo Gavi Bocchino Cantina di Indie “Rosso del Popolo” Langhe Rosso Stefano Farina “Le Brume” Langhe Rosso DOC Gran Passione Amarone of Merlot and Corvina, Veneto For a quick phone call and a mere ten dollars (plus tax and tip), […]

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So Very Sonoma

Hello, Feastlings. This week’s wine tasting is themed “So Very Sonoma,” and features two white and two red wines: Mauritson 2012 Sauvignon Blanc, Dry Creek Valley Dry Creek 2012 Dry Chenin Blanc, Dry Creek Valley Farrier 2009 “Presshouse” Red, Anderson Valley Trentadue 2012 Zinfandel, Anderson Valley It’s only $10 plus tax and tip to join […]

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Down Under

Hello, Feastlings, While it’s easy for us all to make generalizations- California wines taste like this, Bordeaux taste like that- there are those wine regions who have a style all their own, and whose style we think we recognize immediately. Southern Australia is one such place, home to clean, bright fruity whites and huge fat […]

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Five-course Gérard Bertrand Dinner (plus dessert) with Loic Evesque

Scallop tartare and langoustines on Romaine with pear crisp. NV Gérard Bertrand “Code Rouge” Cremant de Limoux Potato-mushroom tart with smoked eggplant- garlic puree and prosciutto ham. 2010 Gérard Bertrand Corbières Laurel duck confit with aromatic cream, grilled torpedo onions and duck fat potatoes. 2011 Gérard Bertrand Minervois Braised short rib of beef with lacinato […]

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Wine Dinner with winemaker Peter Franus

Hello, Kind Feastlings. It’s that time of year, when grapevines go dormant, and winemakers, like Capistrano swallows, head for warmer climes.  Peter Franus comes to Tucson from his eponymous winery to bring delicious offerings which we intend to pair with some delicious offerings of our own.  If you’d like to join us, the details are […]

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Slo-Cro wines

Hello, Feastlings. Every time we have a tasting of Italian wines, people fairly line up to taste, and rarely do our guests leave disappointed. As it turns out, people don’t often think about wines from just across the Adriatic (or in the case of Alto-Adige, the same side of the Adriatic) as equally delicious. I […]

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Fancy (and not-so-fancy) French Wines

Good Day, Feastlings. Two wine tastings to go on about this weekend, so here they are in a nutshell: The first is Kevin’s weekly Saturday tasting, and the wines are the wines of our friends and neighbors. Three wines from down here in southern Arizona (Callaghan Graciano, Dos Cabezas “El Norte” and Sierra Bonita Cabernet […]

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