Sunday, April 5th
Easter Sunday VIEW MENU

With the winter melt well on its way, Spring is right around the corner. Easter Sunday will be a little early this year to see the early blubs in bloom, but they are coming! Come join us for a 3 Course Easter Brunch for $45 per person or for Dinner for $65 per person!

Wed & Thurs, April 15th & 16th
Spring in to the Sea VIEW MENU

Spring might have started with snow here in New England, but that doesn't mean we can't put the never-ending winter behind us. Come help warm it up at T.W. Food, and join us for a two night celebration of coastal seafood and fresh spring produce! Indulge in oysters, uni, ramps and spring stone fruits, with optional wine pairings. (Vegetarian options available upon request.)
6 Courses / $95 Wines Paired / $55

March 17 ZINFANDEL
March 24 PRIORAT
March 31 SARDINIA
April 7 SOUTH AFRICA
April 14 PINOT
April 21 AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND
April 28 CHABLIS
May 5 MEDITERRANEAN
MAy 12 PORTUGAL

Tuesday, March 17th
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, March 24th
Priorat VIEW MENU

Despite its small size, the Catalan region of Priorat produces some of the best big reds that Spain has to offer. The unique soil of black slate and quartz, called licorella by the locals, in combination with the lack of rain produces an intense mineral taste found in no other region. Besides their classic reds like Garnacha and Cariñena, Priorat also makes whites such as Garnacha Blanca, Macabeo and Chenin Blanc.

Tuesday, March 31th
Sardinia VIEW MENU

With a history of constantly being invaded by different empires, it makes sense that the Mediterranean island of Sardinia produces wines that draw from many of those regions. Since 1500 BC, Sardinia has been settled by the Romans, Spanish, Visigoths, and Byzantines just to name a few! Although the island is now a part of Italy, they don’t produce many traditional Italian grape varieties. Instead Sardinia produces wines like Grenache, Carignan, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Vermentino.

Tuesday, April 7th
South Africa VIEW MENU

South Africa’s wine origins started in the mid-17th century when the Dutch East India Company needed a “refreshment station” for traders. Since its humble beginnings, South Africa has become a major contributor to the wine world, largely in part due to their unique blend of Pinot Noir and Cinsaut, called Pinotage. The country has a wide array of soil types and macroclimates with coasts off of both the Atlantic and Indian oceans, as well as more mountainous regions.

Tuesday, April 14th
Pinot VIEW MENU

It all started with Burgundy. As chance would have it, the climate and conditions were perfect producing Pinot Noir, which would become the drink of kings. Largely thanks to its great, complex taste (and also some genetic mutation), the grape has spread all over the world in other varieties. Although France still produces great Pinot noirs, other parts of the world, Old and New, produce terrific tasting Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc.