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Free New Arrivals Wine Tasting - Friday, August 17

Friday, August 17th from 4-7pm – Join us for our Free New Arrivals Wine Tasting this Friday. You’re invited to stop by and try some exciting new whites and a dramatically delicious, Bandol Rose.

Asheville’s Best Free Wine Tasting – Just stop by – we’ve got plenty of free parking!

What’s new, what’s hot, which wines are folks talking about? Join us for this tasting to sample a trio of new and fantastic wines that are pleasing many palates. We’ve enjoyed a record summer of sales, and when you’re selling a lot of wine, you’ve got to stock a lot of wine. And you’ve got to keep it fresh with new selections from all parts of the globe. I’m confident that we do this job better than any other store in Western North Carolina. Come see us, and taste what I’m talking about. Taste, learn, and save every Friday at Table Wine!

All of the featured tasting wines are 20% off by the bottle on tasting day only.

1. 2017 Mas Janeil Les Hauts de Janeil Blanc (Roussillon, France) – Talk about the perfect blend! 60% Grenache Blanc contributes ripe and spicy notes of apricot and exotic white flowers, while 40% Sauvignon Blanc adds bright citrus and crisp acidity. The finished product is a ton of wine for the money. For fans of the Cercius Blanc, you’ve got to try this.

2. 2017 Fontanavecchia Falanghina Taburno (Campania, Italy) – Falanghina is one of Southern Italy’s oldest and most important white grapes, and Fontanavecchia makes one of the country’s best versions. Consumed liberally in Southern Italy with seafood, it offers up rich, yet zesty notes of peach and tropical fruits, along with hints of flowers and freshly cut grass.

3. 2017 La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rose (Provence, France) – I love me some Tempier Bandol Rose, but man, the price on that one has gone way up. No problem, La Bastide Blanche produces a wine that rivals Tempier, but costs half the price. Primarily Mourvedre, from old, organically farmed vineyards, this one shows the more powerful, intense side of dry rose. The 2017 hasn’t been reviewed yet, but it’s never scored lower than 90 points.

Josh Spurling
Owner/Operator at Table Wine