Sunday, April 20th
Easter Brunch VIEW MENU
T.W. Food is presenting a three course Prix Fixe menu for Easter Brunch. Look for those ingredients that prove to us that Spring is really here and here to stay. Asparagus, morel mushrooms, artichokes and lamb! $45 per person. Brunch 9:45 am - 2 pm.
Tuesday, April 1st
Loire Valley VIEW MENU
The Loire River is the longest river in France. Winding its way inland from the Western shore, it enriches wine apellations along the way. Various grapes thrive here and tonight we will be highlighting our favorites! Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin, Cabernet Franc!
Tuesday, April 8th
Paso Robles VIEW MENU
In 1990, there were only 20 wineries in Paso Robles. Today, there are more than 200 wineries. Originally known for its Zinfandel, many Bordeaux varieties thrive here as well. For white wines, think southern Rhône Valley with Viognier/Roussanne. Great wines for the Spring!
Tuesday, April 15th
Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio VIEW MENU
Pinot Gris, a white wine grape, is a (mutant) clone of Pinot Noir giving the grape a reddish-gray hue and naming the grape "gris" in French or "gray." It's Italian translation is Pinot Grigio. Tonight, we will study the different expressions of this grape in Alsace, Alto Adige, Puglia and the Willamette Valley
Tuesday, April 22nd
Lambrusco VIEW MENU
Lambrusco is a red grape used to make the sparkling red wine of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. Tonight we will be featuring Lambrusco from different regions, ranging from dry to sweet, light pink to dark purple. Each sub-region in Emilia-Romagna has unique soil characteristics creating unique expressions of Lambrusco. Meant to be drunk young and served chilled to excite us all for warmer weather!