All day long on we’ll be serving Ferragosto specials- tasty Italian specials and a discount on Italian wines to accompany them. We do get busy for Ferragosto, so reservations are a good idea. We hope you’ll join us.
While we all swelter here in desperate hopes of a few drops of rain, it’s winter elsewhere. Most notably in Chile, where this week’s wine tasting plants its feet.
People seem to feel one way or another about a big oaky Chardonnay- some live for it, others dread it- but the fact of the matter is, oak is not an all-or-nothing proposition. This Saturday at 2:00, you can taste four Chardonnays from four different places, and each of them with a slightly different oak treatment.
Paul Rickert has long been a buddy of Feast’s. As a brand manager at one of our distributors for years, we’ve always admired his palate and his wine knowledge, as well as his charm, but when he partnered up with one of our long-time favorite importers of Italian wine, Enotec, the whole was greater than the sum of its parts.
Say what you will about the clouds and impending thunderstorms; it’s still hot, and now, at least by Tucson standards, it’s muggy as well. If that doesn’t call for clean, crisp wine, we don’t know what does.
Since this Saturday’s wine tasting falls squarely on Bastille Day, what better way to celebrate our French friends’ independence than to pour French wine all day?
Hi, Feastlings. Yes, we know there are French restaurants around town who do lovely work, but we always like to celebrate the folks who helped us win our own freedom by making a bunch of French food on the quatorze juillet and dropping the price on all the French wines on our list for the […]
Yes, we know there are French restaurants around town who do lovely work, but we always like to celebrate the folks who helped us win our own freedom by making a bunch of French food on the quatorze juillet and dropping the price on all the French wines on our list for the day.
If you've been coming here for any length of time, you likely already know of Kevin's fondness for Picpoul, a grape not everyone knows about that makes its home in the southwest corner of France.
By now you know about Kevin's penchant for making me cringe at the names he gives his wine tastings. This week it's one that he keeps in his back pocket to upset me each Independence day weekend.