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Gems of the Rhône and a Jewel from Down Under

Dear Feastlings, We like our Syrah around here.  Truly, we’re fond of all the Rhône varietals.  So this week, we have a particularly delightful bargain for the Saturday tasting.  It’s a mite pricier than our usual $10 tasting, but it’s still a great value because the wines are disproportionately more expensive than usual.  These are […]

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Mostly Belgian Beer Dinner

Hello, Feastlings. Wednesday, August 19th, we’ll have Ray Easterbrook of Diamondback with us, kicking off the evening with a German cider and following that with a host of Belgian beers.  We’ve prepared a course to go with each one and it all promises to be delicious.  Dinner is at 6:30, and there’ll be discounts on […]

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Sauvignon Blanc

Hello, Feastlings.  This Saturday, Kevin pulls the corks on some fresh, crisp Sauvignon Blancs that are perfect for summertime drinking.  The tasting is Saturday, August 15 at 2:00 pm.  Please make your reservation by phone at 326-9363, as web and email reservations will not hold you a place.  $10 plus tax and gratuity. Summer and […]

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“It’s Winter Somewhere…”

Hello, Feastlings. While we do our best to remain seasonally appropriate, one can only drink so much crisp white and pink wine before needing to jog one’s memory of cooler times and heartier red wines.  This week, Kevin reminds us that while you wouldn’t know it from where we stand in the northern hemisphere, it […]

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When in Rhône…

Dear Feastlings, Some of us here at Feast love Pinot Noir; others find it unremarkable.  There are Cabernet lovers, Muscadet lovers- every wine here has a cheerleader, but also a detractor.  The exception?  Well, we all love Rhônes.  We love the reds.  We love the whites.  We love the Old World versions and their New […]

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Erste + Neue with Vince Parrot

Dear Feastlings, Twenty-six years ago, when I found myself in Florence (Italy, not Arizona), unable to get a work permit, I enrolled myself in a language school in hopes of not only learning Italian, but sticking around until I could qualify for a permit.  While the permit never came, school was fantastic, and among my […]

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Orange Juice and Toothpaste

Hello, Feastlings. This Saturday’s tasting is not so much about specific wines as it is about how food and wine work together.  As Kevin points out, there’s nothing wrong with the flavor of orange juice, nor with toothpaste, but together, they’re not so delicious.  So this Saturday, you’ll taste Bertani “Velante”  Pinot Grigio from Venezia […]

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Iberian whites

Buenos Días, Feastlings. This week Kevins pulls the corks of four Iberian whites; one from Portugal and the rest from Spain.  They’re all excellent summer sipping, and since summer is unequivocally here, it’s only right that you come taste these wines and find out what’s most deserving of space in your refrigerator.  The tasting, as […]

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Fontanafredda Wine Dinner- wines from Piedmont!

Buon Giorno, Feastlings. Wednesday, July 15th, Margot Hoffar of Fontanafredda Winery will be here with us pouring delicious Piedmontese wines for which we’ve concocted a tasty menu.  The dinner costs $60 plus tax and gratuity, and the company, food and drink all promise to be delightful.  The only caveat: web and email reservations won’t hold […]

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“What’s My Line…39?” The Cechetti Wine Company

Hello, Feastlings, This week, Kevin breaks out the entire lineup of Line 39 wines, from the Cecchetti Wine Company.  You’ll find a great price-to-quality ratio in the four tasty, varietally correct wines, all of which weigh in at only $9.00 a bottle, and that’s before the discount you get for coming to the tasting.  Want […]

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