While I’ve begun to make a little progress on the monstrous to-do list before me, there’s still a great deal to accomplish before today’s tasting, so here’s another brief briefing:
Today’s wine tasting is evidently sold out, but it’s good to see people returning to town, to tasting, and to one another- this will be our last fully remote tasting, and we hope you’ll have patience with us as we navigate the conversion from all-Zoom to hybrid in-person/Zoom tastings beginning next Saturday. The tasting, all wines that exclaim unequivocally where they’re from:
Doug Levy is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: The fine line between terror and terroir
Time: Oct 31, 2021 03:30 PM Arizona
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Meeting ID: 854 5405 1377
And once I’ve gotten the November menu underway (today will be your last shot at those beet and goat cheese ravioli, the beef tartare, scallop salad and a few other dishes,)
and a private wine dinner behind us, you’ll be able to join us for another hybrid event- Callaghan library releases interspersed with fresh new stuff, a week from Wednesday. I’m just telling you now: those 2013s are exceptional. Forget “age before beauty;” age IS beauty.
There’ll be more once we’ve gotten a few more of our responsibilities behind us, but in the meantime, the “where I’m from” wine tasting today made me look up this song, nostalgia for some, and for the rest of you, either way before your time or way after. But it’s an earworm I’m happy to have.
Have a good day, the lot of you.