With some exceptional recent vintages to choose from, there’s lots to be thankful for!
So…what goes well with turkey?
Here are 5 delicious wines —all $30 or less—that are worthy of your feast!
Wines for the Feast!
Saturday, November 17th 12pm-3pm
Wines will be accompanied by a selection of cheeses, crackers, artisan breads &olive oil.
The cost for one flight (a sample of each of the wines) will be $12.
No reservations required.
Cash only please.
Join us as we sample:
St. Roche Touraine, France, 2017 $15.99 The Wildcard!
Always a dry wine, this Sauvignon has a powerful fragrance, a harmony of all the riches of the land with a delicate hint of muscatel.
Sierra Cantabria Rosé, Spain, 2017 $13.99
The aroma is of raspberries and rose petals – delicate and yet with lots of personality. Just the same in the mouth, with superb juicy fruit character, refreshing acidity and superb length on the finish. Fabulous wine!
Walnut City Reserve Pinot Noir, Oregon, 2014 $27.99
An expressive nose of dried rose petal, tart cherry, wild strawberry and raspberry bramble stands prominently and in balance with a palate that is graciously ripe and balanced with bright acidity and a modest alcohol level.
Peñalolen Cabernet Sauvignon, Chile, 2016 $19.99 Silvia’s Favorite!
A great value from Chile vintage after vintage. The aromas offer a wide range of intriguing nuances such as mint, strawberry, red currants and fresh herbs. On the palate, there is considerable weight and texture with ripe dark berry fruit flavors leading the way, enhanced by hints of tobacco leaf and peppery spice.
Elyse C’est Si Bon, California, 2014 $22.99
C’est Si Bon is just way too easy to drink! The versatile nature of this blend makes it a perfect pair with all sorts of cuisine, so use your imagination and enjoy.
Sample five wines accompanied by
a selection of cheeses, canapes, artisan breads & olive oil.
One flight (sample of each wine) – $12
no split tastes
No reservations required. Cash only please.