Friday, March 17th from 4-7 pm – Stop by for a free wine tasting featuring a trio of delicious new Spanish and Portuguese arrivals to the store. Trust us, it’s worth stopping by and we guarantee you’ll leave happier than when you arrived! For directions, click here.
Spring is almost here and the new wines are arriving at the store at a pace that we can barely even keep up with! Join us as we open a trio of new Spanish and Portuguese wines that just landed. We’ll start with an absolutely perfect example of Portuguese Alvarinho (aka Albarino) from one of the masters of the varietal. Up next, it’s the brand new vintage of the Ostatu Rosado, year in and year out one of our favorite dry pink wines. And last, but not least, it’s an extreme value Rioja Reserva with layers of complex fruit, spice, and earth nuances. Stop by, taste, learn, and save big on all of the featured tasting wines.
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1. 2015 Joao Portugal Ramon Alvarinho (Vinho Verde, Portugal) – Don’t get this confused with a simple Vinho Verde. Yes, it’s from the same region, but this of a completely different breed! 100% Alvarinho from a single vineyard planted on rocky/granitic soils and seeing a touch of French oak, this is rich, exotic, spicy and creamy white wine. I know that description sounds like Chardonnay, but it’s not like that either. Come taste it!
2. 2016 Ostatu Rosado (Rioja, Spain) – This is a perennial customer and staff favorite from one of our favorite Rioja producers. The 2016 is again delicious! A blend of 70% Tempranillo and 30% Garnacha from some of the estate’s oldest and highest elevation vineyards, it is fermented in stainless steel and bottled soon after. Tart, crisp and laced with lime, white cherry, strawberry and floral notes, this is super refreshing and ideally served with a nice chill.
3. 2011 Vina Bujanda Rioja Reserva (Rioja, Spain) – 100% Tempranillo from 30 year old vines planted in the Alta and Alavesa zones of Rioja. The wine sees 20 months of oak aging (French and American oak) and 20 months of bottle aging before release. The result is a savory and complex red that exhibits notes of spiced blueberries, leather, mocha, and cacao.