Wine

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SOLD OUT: Malbec

Dearest Feastlings, This Saturday’s tasting offers up four Malbecs: one from Cahors, home to the grape, and three from Mendoza, where they’ve picked it up and run with it.  Regrettably, it’s already completely booked up by the people who came to last week’s Syrah tasting.  You’re welcome to call and put your name on a […]

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Old World vs. New World- Syrah

Hello, Feastlings. We all know that Old World wines tend to differ stylistically from New World wines, and what better way to discover the differences than by tasting the same grape, twice, from each?  Since Syrah is suitably ubiquitous, we can find samples from nearly everywhere, so this Saturday, Kevin will pull the corks on […]

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Winter Whites

Happy New Year, Feastlings. As you know, we at Feast feel that while tradition has its place, there’s no need to cling to it to the point at which we sacrifice enjoyment for it.  So even though it’s chilly out and we all lean toward the reds this time of year, it turns out there […]

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Odds and Ends, Old and New Friends

Hello, Feastlings. Kevin has named this tasting “Odds and Ends, Old and New Friends,” but it could just as easily be an affordable version of last Sundays “Deep, Dark Reds” tasting.  These dense, juicy reds are just the wines to drink when the weather behaves as it has the past few days.  Come warm your […]

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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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A sparkling conversation about bubbles.

You know it and I know it, Feastlings: It ain’t New Year’s without bubbles.  Even the teetolaters are wont to pop the cork on a bottle of sparkling cider come midnight, and who can blame them? The extravagance of bubbles has been a part of ringing in the new year since the 17th century, when […]

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Get this party started!

Good day, Feastlings. Kevin’s tasting this week focuses on wines for that last handful of Holiday parties.  They make great host gifts, they’re affordable enough to pour in great quantities for your friends and family, and they go with a broad spectrum of holiday fare.  The tasting is this Saturday, at 2 pm.  It’s only […]

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How the Grenache Stole Christmas

Dearest Feastlings, Whether your holiday table has a turkey on it, a standing rib roast, a ham or a spaghetti squash, there’s one varietal that gets a gold star in the “plays well with others” category: Grenache.  This week, Kevin pulls out four of them, ranging from the perfect Tuesday night wine all the way […]

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The Four Gentle Vins of Verona

Hello, Feastlings. This week, Kevin offers up four wines from the Veneto.  The tasting is at 2:00 on Saturday the 6th, reservations can be made in person or by phone at 326-9363 (Sorry, no web or email reservations).  The tasting costs $10 plus tax and tip, and we’ll have a couple of little snacks alongside […]

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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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