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Our spring Around-the-World Wine Tasting Event is coming on Friday, April 11.Wishing to participate but aren’t quite sure what to expect? These events are meant to be FUN and informative while allowing you to taste and purchase great wines at great prices. Let me explain to you how our wine tasting events work. 1. When you arrive for the event, you will be greeted in our lobby and welcomed with a pen and book listing all the wines being presented with corresponding table numbers and pricing. You will receive only one wine glass for the evening. Water pitchers will be located on each t...
Winter is winding down but the chill of the season is still upon us. This brings to mind to drink a beautiful well-made glass of red Zinfandel that we are featuring and pouring by the glass. The wine is Green and Red Zinfandel, from a Napa Valley vineyard called “Chiles Mill Vineyard.” The name is derived from the rich red iron soils veined with green serpentine which are located in the steep hillls on the east side of the Napa Valley. This site acquired its name from pioneer J.B. Chiles.
Cakebread Cellars, located in Napa Valley, is probably one of the most visited wineries for those traveling to California wine country. I would highly recommend it to everyone!
The entire line of Cakebread wines are popular, yet they are very limited in retail stores. That is why I am thrilled to present some Cakebread vintages at our upcoming Wine Dinner on February 20th. The wines served at the dinner will be available for purchase by placing an order with me that evening.
I would like to introduce you to some Rosés that are fabulous with the lighter, summer-styling foods on Corey Heyer’s new summer menu. Rosés are made in many different styles, and I have discovered three Rosés that are unique, yet have things in common as well. Did you know the term Rosé (roh-zay) is French for “pink” or rose-colored? This refers to the color of the wine. Things in common with all three Rosés: All are dry to semi-dry and are made from red grapes; all have a short skin maceration time, meaning time the skin stays in contact with juice and seeds—with most Rosés, this is usuall...