Wed & Thurs, January 21st & 22nd
Black Truffle Dinner VIEW MENU

Black Truffle Dinner is here. 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.

Valentine's Day Weekend
Friday 13th, Sunday 15th - 4 or 6 COURSE MENU
Saturday 14th - 6 COURSE MENU

Love is in the air! Think oysters, truffles, Wagyu beef, dark elegant menu to be shared with your beloved! 6 Course Menu on Saturday, Feb 14th, Valentine's Day, $125 per person. Two menu options, 4 or 6 Course Menus on Friday 13th and Sunday 15th, $65 and $95 per person respectively.

January 6 BORDEAUX
January 13 LANGUEDOC
January 27 ZINFANDEL
February 10 SLOVENIA
February 17 CORSICA
February 24 ALSACE

Tuesday, January 27th
Zinfandel VIEW MENU

Tribidrag is a Croation grape that typically produces full-bodied red wines, better known to most Californians as Zinfandel or Primitivo in Southern Italy. California is the main region for the productive variety and their success has helped to spread the grape as far as South Africa and Israel. Typical aromas include black cherry, blackberry, pepper and spice.

Tuesday, February 3rd
Rhône Valley VIEW MENU

The Rhône river carves through southeast France connecting the different regions. The Rhône Valley can be quickly divided into two major areas, north and south. In the north, cooler regions produce fragrant white wines from Marsanne, Roussanne and Viognier. The southern Rhône region is more Mediterranean and warm, producing red blends of Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre.

Tuesday, February 10th
Slovenia VIEW MENU

Wine growing started in Slovenia prior to the Romans and continued through the ages by monks and monasteries. Slovenia is divided into three major wine regions: Podravje, Primorska, and Posavje. Many influences from the surrounding countries of Austria, Croatia and Italy have effected the styles and practices here, as well as, the many grapes that are grown!

Tuesday, February 17th

Corsica is an island in the Mediterranean Sea off the coasts of mainland France and Italy. Its' wines reflect aspects of each country. Corsica is mountainous and has very low rainfall in the summer, concentrating fruits and intensifying flavors. Vermentino and Sangiovese are the main grapes grown, along with Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsaut and Carignan.

Tuesday, February 24th

The region of Alsace has a rich history of teetering between German and French control. As a result, Alsace today is a cross of the two cultures that is more beautiful, charming and unique than any region could cultivate on its own. The grapes from this region are the cherished Riesling, Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir), Gewürztraminer and Pinot Blanc!