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A “Rhone” the world in 80 minutes

First off, Feastlings, let’s get something straight: Kevin named this week’s wine tasting.  Four white wines, all Rhone varietals, but from around the globe.  The tasting, as usual, begins at 2:00 pm on Saturday, April 11, and costs $10 plus tax and tip.  Also as per usual is the fact that web or email reservations […]

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Regional Rossos

Buon Giorno, Feastetti. This week Kevin pulls out four tasty Italian wines, each representative of their region.  They’re all red, they’re all food-friendly and they’re all delicious.  If you want to join us and taste them, plus have a couple of snacks and enjoy the company of like-minded wine sippers, bring $10 plus tax and […]

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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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Old World Reds

Good Day, Feastlings. While there’s no shortage of Syrah from Washington, Malbec from Argentina, or Pinot Noir from the Central Coast, once in a while, it’s nice to remember where they hail from, so Kevin’s pulling out a handful of reds this weekend that are true to their Old World roots.  If you want to […]

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Hello, Feastlings. For as many grape varietals as there are that crop up all over the world- and there are a lot of them- a number of them are grapes that appear in various climes under different monikers.  Some are easy to guess: Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are fairly obviously the same grape.  Grenache […]

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“Beefy” New World Reds

Hello, Feastlings. This week, Kevin pulls out reds from up and down the Americas, all with a delightful heartiness that offers backbone and ageability. And what’s more, one of them is on sale at a price that beats Costco.  That, coupled with a parking situation that decidedly also beats the retail giant, makes our wine […]

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Looking at the world through Rosé colored glasses

Happy impending Spring, Feastlings. This week, Kevin celebrates the rites of Spring with four tasty pink wines.  These aren’t the sweet wines you remember from your youth, either.  They’re crisp, fresh, dry, grownup Rosés you can be proud to serve alongside nearly any dish.  The tasting happens this Saturday at 2:00 pm, and chances are […]

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Similar to Something Very Familiar

Hey there, Feastlings. Remember “Sideways?” It’s that movie that made everyone eschew Merlot and start drinking Pinot Noir.  Regrettably, it neglected to inform them that it’s dramatically more expensive to produce good Pinot Noir than it is to produce good Merlot.  As luck would have it, however, Pinot’s got cousins all over the place, and […]

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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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Germanic, but not necessarily German

Guten Tag, Feastlings, This Saturday’s tasting is for those of you who find yourselves in a Teutonic mood.  Still, while Kevin is bringing one German wine (from one of my favorite vineyards, Ürziger Würzgarten,) the other three hail from Italy and France where they abut their Germanic neighbors.  They’ve got crisp acidity, some with abundant […]

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