Thursday, January 28th
Black Truffle Dinner VIEW MENU

Black Truffle Dinner is here for one night only!. The TW kitchen is using unique techniques and vehicles to capture the flavor and aromas of the black trufffle. Join us for this special event if you cannot get enough of black truffles! $150 per person, $55 for wine pairings.

Thurs - Mon, Feb 12th - 15th
Valentine's Day Weekend VIEW MENU

Love is in the air! Chocolate, saffron, winter citrus, sicilian love cake...an elegant menu to be shared with your beloved! Five course menu offered Thursday though Monday. No "a la carte" menu available. $75 per person. Wine pairings are $45 per person.

March 6th - 18th
Dine Out Boston VIEW MENU

Dine Out Boston is here for two weeks this March. It's an unbeatable promotion and the TW Food kitchen is cooking in full force! Come in for a 3 Course Prix Fixe Menu for $38 per person. Check out the menu!

Jan 12 RHÔNE VALLEY
Jan 19 CAMPANIA
Jan 26 LA MANCHA
Feb 2 ROBUST REDS
Feb 9 SONOMA
Feb 16 NEBBIOLO
Feb 23 PINOT
Mar 1 GERMAN REDS


Tuesday, Dec 15th
Sicily VIEW MENU

Sicily, the hot volcanic island just off “the boot”, has recently undergone a wine revolution. Throughout history, Sicilian wines were known for their sweetness. However, modernization and serious winemaking are changing that. Nero d’Avola, Sicily’s most important varietal, is capable of making complex, robust reds.

Tuesday, Dec 22nd
Alto Adige VIEW MENU

Alto Adige, located in Northeast Italy, was part of Austria up until the end of WWI. Today the land of Südtirol (South Tyrol), as its called in German, still retains much of its historic character and has become a cultural and viticultural melting pot. Whites tend to be full-bodied and aromatic, while reds are subtle and lighter in body.

Tuesday, Dec 29th
Bubbles VIEW MENU

There’s nothing like the fine mousse of a French Crémant, or colloquially speaking, a chilled glass of bubbly! Toasty whites, blushing rosés and even deep hues of garnet hail from various lands. With New Year's right around the corner, let's raise a glass to all types of bubbles!

Tuesday, January 5th
Catalonia VIEW MENU

Catalonia is a region in northeast Spain, with Barcelona as it’s center piece. The area’s climate can range from warm Mediterranean conditions to cooler alpine conditions further north. This gives way to several styles of wine and abundant creativity from the wine producers here. This is the home to Spain's sparkling Cava, bold red Priorat of Tarragona, and much, much more!

Tuesday, January 12th
Rhône Valley VIEW MENU

France’s Rhône Valley is known for robust Syrah, fruity Grenache and the aromatic Viognier. The Northern Rhône Valley and the Southern Rhône Valley make very different wines stylistically. Many of the distinctions are in the “blend.” Winemakers choose to blend grapes together to create the perfect balance of character.

Tuesday, January 19th
Campania VIEW MENU

The southern provinces of Italy are known for robust, hearty reds and crisp dry whites. The regions of Puglia and Campania have been making wine for four thousand years, and the rich soils and temperate climate are perfect for grape growing.

Tuesday, January 26th
La Mancha VIEW MENU

In terms of wine regions, La Mancha is gargantuan, thus producing a great range of grape varietals and styles. In this dusty vast expanse, of the central Iberian plateau, there are over five hundred thousand hectars of vine, one of the largest continuous regions in the world. Here, in this region, the tempranillo grape shines!

Tuesday, February 2nd
Robust Reds VIEW MENU

Cold weather days call for hearty warm meals, cozy fire places and a big robust red wine. But what makes a wine red? The maceration process! 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! Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Port are all on the menu tonight!

Tuesday, February 9th
Sonoma VIEW MENU

Sonoma Valley has a diverse landscape. It is influenced dramatically by maritime variations and by two mountain ranges: the westerly Sonoma Mountains and the Mayacamas Mountains to the east. The cool Carneros and Russian River Valley are best known for Chardonnays where as warmer Dry Creek Valley boasts some of the best Zinfandels and Alexander Valley produces most excellent Cabernets and Merlots. Enjoy!