Weekend Tasting:  ChardonYay!
to May 20

Weekend Tasting: ChardonYay!

Chard is one of those grapes that gets a serious bad rap but it is one our favorite not-guilty pleasures.  An offspring of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay is adaptable to different soil types, climates and winemaker's whims.  Monday, May 21 is officially Chardonnay Day so we are recognizing this varietal with three expressions of what she can do. 

Wines include the Classic - Domaine Thibert Pere et Fils, Pouilly-Fuisse, Burgundy, France // the New World - Division Wine Company 'Un' from Willamette Valley, Oregon //  and the Leap of Faith - Maison Noir 'Love Drunk' Rose from Oregon

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Weekend Tasting:  BBQ with Friends
to May 27

Weekend Tasting: BBQ with Friends

Memorial Weekend is here and we are helping you plan your perfect Summer-time welcoming BBQ with perfectly paired wines.  Beer is usually reserved for BBQ, but to us Wine is Queen! 

The choices made for this weekend have very specific purposes: Palate Cleansing - Vina Real Rosado from Rioja, Spain  //  Refreshment: Stolpman 'Love You Bunches', Carbonic Sangiovese from Ballard Canyon, California  //  Complimentary:  Division Village 'Le Petite Fers', Gamay from Willamette Valley, Oregon

Come by, taste, and show up to your Monday party looking like you know what you're talking about!

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Weekend Tasting:  Rose All Day
to Jun 10

Weekend Tasting: Rose All Day

Monday is National Rose Day!!!  Rose was actually the first wine produced in 7000BC and is really just red wine with lower skin contact.  We are going to open different Rose all weekend so the menu will constantly change.  Come start you Monday with a weekend full of the pink stuff!

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Weekend Tasting:  No Water No Problem
to Jun 17

Weekend Tasting: No Water No Problem

Water covers over 70% of the planet, mostly in the frozen form, which leaves a small fraction to freshwater and groundwater. Generally, freshwater is used for irrigation in agriculture but for many parts of the world the substance is scarce. Many producers are forced to dry-farm their vineyards because there is simply no water available. Join us as we travel to these lands of barren terroir. 

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