*Friday theme nights begin at 6pm, last flight @ 9:30 unless otherwise noted.
Saturday Nov. 16th- Live/ Acoustic- Whisky n' Wine.
Enjoy a flight of wine while listening to Jamie and Rene on Vocals and acoustic guitar.
Medium Monday- New Dates Added!
Friday Theme Nights
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Bordeaux- the hangout of the haute monde, the bailiwick of the bourgeoisie, the cup of tea of the corps d'elite. At Uncorked this Friday, we'll be hangin' with the hoi polli as we taste our way though some excellent wines from France's most famed wine region. La vie est un cabernet ol chum!Find out more »
Beaujolais Nouveau Day is marked in France on the third Thursday in November with fireworks, music and festivals. Under French law, the wine is released at 12:01 a.m., just weeks after the wine's grapes have been harvested. Parties are held throughout the country and further afield to celebrate the first wine of the season. Find out more »
If you consider gravy a beverage, know what a turducken is, or refer to Thanksgiving leftovers as Deja Food, then this flights for you! This Friday we've chosen wines that will pair well with your Thanksgiving dinner and put all the relatives you've invited over in a happy place and help them forget they traveled all this way to be with people they see once a year, and that once a year is way too often. "Thanksgiving dinners take eighteen…Find out more »
P R E S E N T S Usher in the holidays with Nadia's “BEST WINES for the HOLIDAYS Event”- a fun sit-down "wine experience" designed to help you discover the wines that pair best with your upcoming Holiday dinners, hosted at Radici Restaurant in downtown Hermosa on Sat, November 23rd, 230-5PM. Whether a novice or a connoisseur, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy some superb wines from around the globe, discover the art of food and…Find out more »
You might think South America didn't start producing wines until recently as indicated by the recent spate of cheap Malbecs showing up on restaurant wine lists. You might be wrong. Crap wine was being produced by missionaries in South America back in the 1500's (we forgive them- their wine was made strictly for religious purposes) but since then countries such as Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, to name a few, have been upping their game and producing some outstanding wines. Join…Find out more »