Small Business Saturday Wines

Free Saturday Wine Tasting: Extreme Value Reds

You do not want to miss this Saturday’s free wine tasting, as we’ll be pouring some of the most extreme red wine values we’ve been able to find all year!  These are all wines that retail for less than $20, but they taste like wines that cost a lot more.  We’ll start with a Pinot Noir from California that gives Meiomi a serious run for its money, but it costs less.  From there, we’ll venture into Macedonia to taste a red wine that tastes like a hypothetical cross of Cotes du Rhone and Zinfandel.  And to cap it all off, we’ll finish with a couple of Spanish Tempranillos that might just make your head explode……….they’re that good!  Join us as we expose you to some of the best red wine values on the planet this Saturday.

Please also note that our tasting coincides with “Small Business Saturday”!If you use an American Express card, all you have to do is register it by clicking here, and when you spend $10 at a qualified small business, like us, you’ll receive a $10 statement credit.  Stop by anytime this Saturday, November 30th between 2 and 5 p.m. to taste, learn, save, and even earn at our free tasting!

The Wines
10% off by the bottle, 15% off if you mix any six tasting wines

1. 2010 Pali Pinot Noir “Riviera” (Sonoma Coast, California)
Like Meiomi?  You’ve gotta try this!

2. 2011 Tikves Vranec “Special Selection”
A Macedonian extreme value that tastes like a Zinfandel crossed with a Cotes du Rhone.

3. 2011 Bodegas Volver Tempranillo “Volver” 
Single vineyard Tempranillo that easily tastes like a $30 bottle but sells for half the price!

4. 2011 Teso la Monja Romanico Toro
Ever had Numanthia?  The Eguren family sold that operation to LVMH and this is their newest operation.  This tastes like a lot of $50 bottles we try, but costs less than $20!

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