Old World vs. New World. What does it mean? Essentially, it refers to where wines hail from, and if they’re making those wines in a traditional way or with new wine-making methods.
Old world wine countries include: France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Germany while New World wines are represented by the United States, Australia, South Africa, Chile, Argentina, and New Zealand to name a few.
Stop by this Friday- we’ll be comparing and contrasting old and new, enlighten you to the differences between the two, while filling your heads with inoperative information and supercilious sacred writ.
Watch below as Baker the Bougie Wine Dog elaborates on Old World vs. New World Wines. Ruff!
Thursday, May 30: B.INSPIRED Photography & Design Panel
Join us in supporting the Unita + Eventstag B.Inspired Photography and Design panel. These events are designed to bring creatives together and will include food, drink and entertainment, as well as showcase a panel of speakers from varying disciplines in the creative community. In addition, Jeff Baker will be on hand to sing some songs from his latest album, and Mark West will be pouring wine and trotting out his latest publication- an essay in The Wanderlust 2019 Best of Anthology.
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It’s Humpday. The week has peaked. It’s headin’ straight downhill to the weekend. Time to get started! $10 tastings from 4-8 pm, and 10% off any purchase.