Holiday Picks

Whether getting cozy by the fire with loved ones on Christmas Eve or toasting to the new year, nothing says holiday cheer better than the perfect glass of wine. This Saturday we will be hand picking our favorite wines for all of the upcoming holiday events.  Don’t miss this festive annual tasting that will be sure to put everyone in the holiday spirit!Holiday Picks web

Bringing in the New Year

This New Year, everyone’s first resolution should be to pop the cork on a delicious bottle of bubbly. Whether planning to watch the ball drop on TV with take-out Chinese or countdown to 2015 dressed in your gala best, you will be sure to find a wine fit for your budget and party plans. Champagne aficionados and novices alike are invited to kick off the celebrations a few days early and taste a selection of our favorite bubbly and walk away eager to get toasting to the New Year.    Bringing New Year (smaller )2014

Best of the Best 2014

This is the tasting that we look to you, our customers, to pick out the selection of wines. As the New Year unfolds, we’d like to reflect back on some of your favorite picks in 2014.  We’ve introduced a lot of new Bestofthebest2014wines last year and we will be tasting your favorites.  So join us for this “People’s Choice” tasting to see just what your fellow wine lovers chose as their favorites and we encourage you to continue on with your passion for wine in 2015.

Spain Revisited

Spain is the most widely planted wine producing country in the world–with an abundance of native grapesSpain Tasting Web and over 400 varieties grown throughout the country. The last few decades have been a roller coaster ride in the  Spanish wine world with the different grape varietals falling in and out of favor as fast as the ups and downs of your favorite thrill ride. Recently, there has been an explosion of new Spanish wines hitting the market and this week we will show you the best of the old and the new at our complimentary Spain Revisited tasting.

Malbecs Only

The title says it all. This tasting is just about Malbecs. This amazing grape variety is no longer just known as one of the six Bordeaux grapes, thanks to French agronomist Miguel Pouget who brought grapevineMalbecs Only cuttings from France to Argentina. Malbecs have become so popular as a single varietal that we are giving it its own tasting. From 100% Malbec to unique blends made primarily of Malbec we have gathered a fantastic selection of some unique and great tasting wines for your tasting adventure.

You won’t want to miss an opportunity to sample a wide variety of this this popular wine!