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Fri, July 20: Pinot for the People!

We'll be serving up 5 distinct pinot noirs. Discover why pinot is the most revered grape in the universe, and how France's most noble grape presents itself when handled by winemakers from around the world. If Miles from "Sideways" were here he'd say this flight is going to be quaffable, almost transcendent!

 

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Support the Arts- and drink some wine!


We'll be pouring wine at this event. Come on over and support the arts, and drink a little vino!



Friday Theme Nights


Sign up for our weeky email blast here and dont miss our weekly specials, events. and information about our our Friday theme nights. It may be a visiting winemaker, a fun wine tasting (Girl Scout cookie pairing anyone?) or maybe a blind tasting. Whatever the event, there will be wine involved! 



Happy Hour!


Rough day? Boss yell at you? Was the foam on your double macchiato this morning not up to snuff? We've got the antidiote! Monday-Thursday from 4-6pm we do $10 tastings. 



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Wine Tasting List


Arabella Chenin Blanc

2015 Robertson, South Africa

Yellow, lime green color. Guava with hints of fresh straw on the nose. Rich, racy on full on the middle palate with a great finish! $15.99/btl

 

Cobertizo El Blanco White

2016 Bierzo, Spain (100% Godello)                 New Arrival!

Consider the Godello grape. Just a few decades ago, it had virtually disappeared from Spain. But a concerted effort by a small number of growers not only saved godello but also inspired wine producers all over the northwestern part of the country to see what they could do with it. Results have been exceptionally promising, and the change has been rapid. The Cobertizo has aromas of quince and white floral aromas jump out of the glass. A solid pairing with bass, octopus, and mussels. $23.99/btl

 

Chime Pinot Noir

2016 Healdsburg, California

This California Pinot Noir is dark red with some purple tones. This Pinot displays rich plummy, black fruit aromas and flavors, which are elegantly framed by slightly smoky, caramel scented oak. This is a full bodied and full flavored wine. $17.99/btl

 

Vine Haven Merlot

2006 Napa Valley, CA                    

Wow! A 2006 from California that still has age potential? And a Merlot no less? BELIEVE IT! This wine is fantastic. This wine has a classic California nose more reminiscent of a Cabernet than a Merlot. On the palate, a rounded mouth feel with the perfect amount of acidity – in flavor, hints of chocolate and cherry followed by notes of black pepper on the finish. They don’t make ‘em like this anymore. Get it while we’ve got it! – AP $19.99/btl

 

Pago Ayles “a” of Ayles

2015 Aragon, Spain (35% Merlot, 35% Tempranillo, 15% Garnacha, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon)

A Pago wine is a designation that certifies viticultural excellence. This wine is intense with complex aromas of fresh red fruit, ink, spices and floral notes. Harmonious and well balanced. Pair with charcuterie and grilled meats. $16 .99/btl

 

Rose Tasting List (subject to change)

 

Discovino “Donna” Rose

2017 Paso Robles (55% Syrah, 45% Sangiovese)

Donna is a melody heard in the clouds of Corsican rosé, here wearing a distinct kiss of California sunshine. Her fruit hails from the El Pomar AVA of Paso Robles, where sun drenched afternoons are put to bed by cool marine breezes drawn through the Templeton Gap. The juice was pressed directly to stainless steel tank and co-fermented. A diverse population of native and cultured microflora was encouraged to promote aromatic complexity. Donna showcases the perfumed sweat of the discothèque via malolactic fermentation. $18.99/btl

 

Domaine Vetriccie Rose

2016 Corsica, France (50% Niellucciu, 35% Sciaccarellu, 15% Grenache)

The Nielluciu (Sangiovese in Corsica) gives the dark color, the Sciacarellu (Pollera Nera in Corsica) brings crispiness as the Grenache gives the fruitiness. Light pink almost clear with floral aromas like cranberry, blackberry and blackcurrant. Soft attack to the palate with generous fruit, explosion of berries to a lingering finish. $16.99/btl

 

Aranwa Rose of Malbec

2015 Mendoza, Argentina

This wine shows intense raspberry color, captivating tropical and red fruit aromas with floral hints. This wine of interesting structure and sweet tannins feels fresh, unctuous and has a well-balanced acidity. Ideal as an aperitif to pair with lighter fish & poultry dishes.  $13.99/btl

 

Premium Tasting List

Karah Estate Vineyards Pinot Noir Reserve

2015 Sonoma Coast, CA

The estate grown Reserve is a selection of the richest and most graceful barrels produced each year. Dark and brooding this wine has powerful aromas of baked cherries, baking spices and flint. Planted on steep hillsides on the windswept Sonoma Coast, the site is effected by the moist marine air typically giving low yields and a deep concentration in the grapes. Flavors of plum, cherry and allspice with a bright acidity and a long fresh finish. $44.99/btl

 

Gamble Family Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon

2014 Oakville, Napa Valley, CA
86% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Malbec, 4% Cabernet Franc, 1% Merlot, 1% Petit Verdot

The 2014 vintage unveils alluring aromas of bright cherry, blackberry, and ripe fig, with warm notes of molasses, toasted almonds, brown sugar and a hint of cedar and tobacco. A beautiful balance between juicy, ripe blue and back fruit and complex layers of black currant, caramel, ground coffee beans, clove spice, and dusty clay. Medium to full-bodied wine with the structure to age 5-8 years and lush tannins to enjoy now. $54.99/btl

91 PTS – WINE ENTHUSIAST | 90 PTS – ROBERT PARKER’S WINE ADVOCATE

 

Tolosa “1772” Syrah

95% Syrah, 3% Viognier, 1% Grenache, 1% Petite Sirah

2013 Edna Valley, California

Deep ruby red color with the inviting aromas of toasted bread, malted chocolate, allspice and cigar box. Generous flavors of blackberry jam, black licorice and violets flood the palate while achieving a balance with the soft round tannins and full bodied mouthfeel. The rich fruit flavors of this wine would pair well with a pork tenderloin topped with a reduction sauce. The wine was fermented in stainless steel tanks and aged for 20 months in small French and American oak barrels. Uncorked Collector’s Club selection June 2018. $54.99/btl