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Weekend Wine Tastings

Organic Wine Tasting with Action Jackson Jarmon
Friday, January 18th, 5 to 8pm

Featured Wines

2017 Domaine Huards, Cheverny, “Pure”, Loire, France 2017
Regularly $24.99, Tasting Price $20.99
Pure is made up of 85% Sauvignon Blanc and 15% Chardonnay grown on limestone, spontaneously fermented to stainless steel tanks and aged 5 months on the lees. Though mostly Sauvignon in character, the Chardonnay rounds out the wine nicely giving it more structure and layers than if were mono varietal.

2015 Welsh Family Wines, Blaufrankisch Willamette Valley, Oregon
Regularly $24.99, Tasting Price $20.99
On the nose, it is smooth and fresh, with notes of currant, pepper, and woody spices. On the palate it is light, with notes of currant and prominent spices. It finishes clean, with good acidity.

2017 La Cabotte, Cotes du Rhone, “Colline”, Rhone, France
Regularly $16.99, Tasting Price $14.44
Charming and highly fruit-filled nose, with aromas of blackcurrants. Lush in the mouth with rounded tannins, this wine offers a silky texture with a subtle minerality to the long finish.

2015 Monte Bernardi, Chianti Classico Riserva Tuscany, Italy
Regularly $31.99, Tasting Price $26.99
Ruby in color with subtle orange tinges. Pretty nose of sour cherry and hints of oak. Supple and elegant, with firm but truly polished tannins on the finish. Elegance abounds here.

2015 Cascina Corte, Langhe Barbera, Piedmont, Italy
Regularly $29.99, Tasting Price $25.49
Blackberries, sour black cherries and spices (vanilla, pepper). On the palate the traditional acidity backs up the rich, voluminous body. The finish is long and full of character with a lovely fruity encore.


Let it Snow Wine Tasting with John Mooradian
Saturday, January 19th, 4 to 7pm

Featured Wines

2017 Hofgut Falkenstein, Niedermenniger im Kleinschock, Riesling Kabinett, Mosel, Germany
Regularly $22.99, Tasting Price $19.54
Delicate, but with a steely elegance, this hard to pronounce Riesling from Falkenstein is just lovely. Look for notes of jasmine, pollen, and apricot aromas with just the slightest bit of juicy nectarine mingle with an assortment of citrus: tangerine zest, meyer lemon and yuzu come to mind.

2016 Fattoria La Rivolta, Falanghina del Sannio Campania, Italy
Regularly $19.99, Tasting Price $16.99
For La Rivolta’s Falanghina del Sannio, subtle fruit underpins textural minerality. Flowers, mint and spices give way to a lengthy, focused finish, which is typical of Falanghina that has had minimal intervention in the winery.

2016 Lucky Star, Pinot Noir, California
Regularly $11.99, Tasting Price $9.99
Lush berry aromas with hints of baking spice lead to a jammy red fruit palate. Medium in body, Lucky Star’s Pinot Noir has a round mouthfeel, smooth tannins and a lovely, lingering finish. Enjoy with grilled salmon or tuna, or roast chicken.

2017 Kalleske, “Clarry’s” GSM Blend, Barossa Valley, Australia
Regularly $24.99, Tasting Price $20.99
There is a captivating display of vivid plum, rose florals, candy, spice and blackberry. Equally engaging is the medium bodied, full flavoured palate. Intense pure fruit is the drive of this wine whilst fine supple tannins and mineral nuances add structure and complexity.

2014 Jelu, Malbec, San Juan, Argentina
Regularly $14.99, Tasting Price $12.74
Quite possibly the most food friendly Malbec available. This practicing organic Malbec shows flavors of blackberry and raspberry up front with a sweet smokiness on the finish. Perfect for chasing away the winter’s chill!