Events

Past Events

Northern Italy with Allen Rodriguez

Well, Indeed, Feastlings.  Many’s the time we’ve tried to have a tasting of sparkly wines between Christmas and New Year’s Day, and many’s the time only a few of you have shown much interest.  But by Sunday, you’ll have had a huge dose of family and holiday obligation, and you’ll be looking to unwind.  Our […]

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Cult Wines

Hello, Winesippers. While cult wines tend to be those with a hold on the psyche of the wine-buying public, the definition can vary. For some it’s style- the huge Napa Cabernets that got the cult ball rolling, like Harlan Estate, Grace Family or Screaming Eagle. For some it’s the winemaker- Manfred Krankl of Sine Qua […]

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Aperitif and Digestif Tasting

Dolin Vermouth Blanc $15.00 Vermouth is a fortified, aromatized wine; the ingredients are wine, herbs and plants, grape spirit and sugar. The practice of aromatizing wine dates back to the Ancient Greeks. This was formerly done to mask poor wine, or as later to add extra complexity to something already good. It also proved to […]

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Trust Your Importer: Rare Wine Company

Hello, Wine Sippers, In our continuing efforts to remind people to turn the bottle around and see what’s on the other label, we’re continuing with our Trust Your Importer series for this month’s wine tasting.  Our guest this month will be Noel Patterson, who’ll be sharing the wines of the Rare Wine Company, importers of […]

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Wine Dinner with Adam English of Vista Hills

Hello, All. A few years ago, I was visiting Domaine Serene in the Willamette Valley.  A lot of people know about Domaine Serene- there’s a big, beautiful winery with opulent tasting rooms and guest houses and they make gorgeous, Burgundian-style wine.  We strolled next door, though, and there was a vineyard with a modest, log-cabin […]

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Wines of the Southwest: Italy

Oho, Wine Tasters. One wine event on the heels of the next this week. As to the first event, our Last Sunday tasting this month is the second installment in our Wines of the Southwest series of tastings.  This month’s southwest: Italy.  While Italy is geographically lacking in the Southwest department in that it mostly […]

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Wines of the Southwest. France, that is.

Howdy, my Southwestern Amigos. I’ve been lucky enough to spend time tooling around not only the Southwest here at home, but also make a brisk trot across another Southwest: Languedoc-Roussillon. So when Mary Grace Rodarte suggested we dedicate this month’s tasting to wines of southwestern France, I did a little jump for joy. We’ll be […]

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Pitcher of Nectar Beer Dinner

Pitcher of Nectar Beer Dinner at Feast Tuesday, August 20th 6:30 pm Spiced bleu cheese scalloped potatoes and apples with sautéed shrimp Döllnitzer Ritterguts Gose Dukkah marshmallow with seared duck breast and agave-drizzled sautéed kale Hitachino Nest Red Rice Ale Chicken and Dumplings with orange peel and caramelized shallots Timothy Taylor’s Landlord Pale Ale Hay […]

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Face your Fears- wines you’re afraid to order

Hi, wine tasters. I like to think we bring fun and interesting wines in each month for you to taste, but we’re often constrained by the theme of the tasting to mostly more tried-and-true varietals. There comes a point in serving wine, however, where we start wanting you to taste what we want you to […]

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