Saturday, December 31st New Year's Eve Celebration VIEW MENU
Join us for a 9 Course Tasting Menu to make your New Year’s Eve a unique and intimate celebration! Black truffles, King crab, Wagyu beef, Oysters and lots of sparkling wine to toast the beginning of 2017!
NOV 22 EMILIA-ROMAGNA
NOV 29 BORDEAUX
DEC 6 ARGENTINA
DEC 13 SOUTHWEST FRANCE
DEC 20 ROBUST REDS
DEC 27 BURGUNDY
JAN 3 PIEDMONT
JAN 10 AUSTRIA
JAN 17 SOUTHERN ITALY
JAN 24 LOIRE VALLEY
Tuesday, November 22nd Emilia-Romagna VIEW MENU
Emilia-Romagna has unique soil characteristics creating unique expressions of still and sparking wines. Lambrusco is the red grape used to make the popular sparkling wine of Emilia. Romagna is known for is Sangiovese, and the fruity Barbera and Bonarda. Tonight we will explore this unique and diverse wine-making region.
Tuesday, November 29th Bordeaux VIEW MENU
France’s “King” of wine regions, Bordeaux is one of our favorites. These classic wines are blended with primarily Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Let’s not forget the crisp, mineral-driven, white wines and unctious Semillion based dessert wine!
Tuesday, December 6th Argentina VIEW MENU
Argentina is the 5th largest wine producing region in the world. Several grape varietals that thrive here were imported from abroad like Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese. Argentinian wine is fruit driven and smoky- easily enjoyed by all.
Tuesday, December 13th Southwest France VIEW MENU
The Southwest, referred to as the “Sud-Ouest,” is one of the lesser known wine regions of France. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the Pyrenees mountains on the east. Traditional Bordeaux varieties and a plethora of indigenous grapes grow here with unique terroir, making this a complex and exciting region!
Tuesday, December 20th Robust Reds VIEW MENU
Cold weather days call for a hearty warm meal, a cozy fire place and a big robust red wine. When grape skins, seeds and stems, make contact with the grape juice, the more color, tannin and structure express into the wine, and eventually swirling in your glass! Primitivo, Zindfandel, Carmenere and Port are all on the menu tonight!
Tuesday, December 27th Burgundy VIEW MENU
The queen of France’s wines, Burgundy, is known for femininity, elegance, finesse and balance. Here, the finicky Pinot Noir and versatile Chardonnay reign supreme. Tiny parcels of vineyards are carved from the landscape in some of the world’s most treasured terrain.
Tuesday, January 3rd Piedmont VIEW MENU
The famous northern Italy region known for opulent wines, white truffles and wonderful cheeses. The villages of Alba, Asti and the hills of the Langhe make for great ready to drink wines that we will explore and enjoy!
Tuesday, January 10th Austria VIEW MENU
The unique wines of Austria have long stood in the shadow of her neighbor, Germany, but it is time to shine a spotlight on these not-to-be-overlooked beauties. Gruner Veltliner is the most prominent grape in the country, although many other aromatic varietals, both white and red, are breaking out. Note how the Austrian flag, the mandatory decal on all bottle caps, reflects a sense of pride and craftsmanship in winemaking. Cheers to discovery!
Tuesday, January 17th Southern Italy VIEW MENU
The southern provinces of Italy are known for robust, hearty reds and crisp dry whites. The regions of Puglia and Campagnia have been making wine for four thousand years, and the rich soils and temperate climate are perfect for grape growing.
Tuesday, January 24th Loire Valley VIEW MENU
Follow the Loire river through small towns and picturesque castles all the way to the ocean, and you will taste through a broad spectrum of wines. One of our perennial favorites, the menu features Muscadet, Chenin Blanc for whites and Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir for reds.