Since we know how daunting it can be to quickly pick the perfect bottle of inexpensive yet great tasting wine, we’ve made it a bit easier on you with our monthly 6 for $60. Need a nice bottle to pair with dinner? Whether it’s take-out Tuesday, or three-course Thursday, we’re sure our 6 for $60 can help! Each month we select six great-tasting and easy-to-pair wines that we think you will love and offer any mix and match of those 6 wines for $60. Not to mention, the first Saturday of the month we host a tasting with all six wines, so you can try before you buy! We… Read more »
This Saturday we will be tasting a selection of French and Austrian wines along with wines out of California and Oregon for our Spring Wines tasting! We’ll have a variety of wines, including Aichenberg Gruner Veltliner, Louis Latour Pouilly Fuissé, Pacific Pinot Noir, Chateau Larose Trintaudon, and Roth Alexander Valley Cabernet, so be sure to stop by and give these excellent wines a try.
This Saturday we will be tasting a selection of French wines along with a tasty Californian Pinot Noir for our France & Friends wine tasting! We’ll have a variety of styles that represent the unique terroirs of France so be sure to stop by and give these excellent wines a try.
Being the second largest exporter of wine in the world means that producers in France offer a dizzying array of different types of grapes that make for a truly exhilarating tasting experience. Come in this Saturday to try some of the best from regions all over the country!
Beaujolais Nouveau is a fresh, fruity, and inexpensive red wine released each year on the third Thursday of November. Made from handpicked Gamay grapes from the Beaujolais province of France, these wines were originally produced to celebrate then end of the harvest season. The day, and the wine, are widely celebrated in France with festivals, parades, and races and at midnight fireworks are launched to mark the release of the new wines. For decades, Beaujolais Nouveau had been released in France on the 15th of November and a race was created where the first bottles of the new vintage were carried to Paris for their release. Beaujolais Nouveau day has attracted international… Read more »
Let’s start off by saying that not all boxed wines are created equally! This Côtes du Rhône from Alain Juame & Fils is a great example of a boxed wine that can surely hold it’s own in comparison to it’s bottled brethren. Made up of 60% Grenache and 40% Syrah this is a classic example of a Rhône Valley red wine. Right of the bat, this everyday red hits you up front with jammy fruits, very typical of the Grenache varietal. Allow the wine to open up and it will show the spiciness and darker fruits of the Syrah. Strong cracked black pepper notes are also prevalent through the finish,… Read more »
France is hard to top when it comes to wine-making history, laws, labeling, and, of course, its vast array of extraordinary wares. Come by and taste some of what this influential country has to offer!
Revisit one of the oldest (and one of our favorite) wine growing regions in the entire world. From Bordeaux to the Rhône, we’ve got a stunning line up that will satisfy any wine drinker in your house. Sip on Maison Jean-Claude Fromont Mâcon-Villages, Louis Latour Pouilly-Fuissé, E.Guigal Côtes du Rhône Blanc, Château Bérard Organic Bordeaux Rouge, and E.Guigal Crozes-Hermitage.
Château Maris is a totally biodynamic winery in the Languedoc region in the south of France and is the world’s first hemp wine cellar. That’s right – the building itself is made entirely of biodegradable materials and the entire estate is certified biodynamic. Beyond being simply organic, biodyanmic winemaking employs the use of other native plants, work horses, natural fertilizers rich in nutrients, special stones and specific harvesting techniques to respect the health and energy of the land, resulting in the best fruit possible. Château Maris has been operating as a biodynamic winery for 15 years and continues to stun the wine world with high quality, affordable and responsibly grown wines. Join… Read more »
Take a relaxing little break from the holiday planning and enjoy some wine perfect for your next get together: French wine! Always perfec to pair with food, friends and festivities, we’ve hand selected a lineup that are not only great on their own, but make a perfect addition to your holiday plans. Stop in to sip on Veuve du Vernay sparkling, Tariquet Chardonnay, Domaine Erhart Gewürztraminer, Mas Carlot “Les Enfants Terrible,” and Santa Duc Rasteau.