Friday, March 3rd from 4-7pm — Drop by Table Wine (directions here) for a free wine tasting featuring and eclectic mix of 6 wines from Broadbent Selections. Broadbent Regional Sales Manager and Advanced Sommelier Max Kast will join us to pour the wines and tell the stories of each!
Join us Friday as special guest and advanced sommelier Max Kast of Broadbent Selections joins us to pour a bevy of high quality wines. Bartholomew Broadbent founded his company in 1996, and their roster of producers from some of the underdog wine regions of the world is impressive. Ever tasted Lebanese wine? How about Portuguese still wine? This is your chance to expand your wine horizons and learn more about the producers, their wines, and their stories. Stop by, taste, learn and save on all of the tasting wines.
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Save big on all of the tasting wines! Mix any 3 of them and save 10%, mix any 6 and save 15%, or mix any 12 and save 20%!
1. NV Broadbent Vinho Verde (Vinho Verde, Portugal) – Vinho Verde is Portugal’s most popular white wine, and it’s also one of the most refreshing wines on the planet. A blend of native Portuguese grapes, it is lightly fizzy/frothy and super fresh with notes of green apple and mixed citrus fruits.
2. 2015 Weingut Louis Guntrum Dry Riesling (Rheinhessen, Germany) – The Guntrum family planted their first vineyards in 1648……that’s a long time ago! They’re still going strong today and their completely dry Riesling is a real treat. Ripe and flowing with delicious flavors of white peach, apricot, and pear, try this with some spicy Asian cuisine. Trust us, you’ll like it!
3. 2016 De Wetshof Estate Chardonnay “Limestone Hill” (Robertson, South Africa) – De Wetshof is South Africa’s premiere Chardonnay house, and this is one of the greatest Chardonnay values on the planet. As the name implies, this vineyard’s soils are composed of limestone and clay, ideal conditions for the Chardonnay (ask the folks in Burgundy). Seeing no wood, but aged on the lees for 6 months, this is rich yet vivacious and stylish Chardonnay. A real treat!
4. 2015 Casa Ferreirhina Esteva Red (Douro Valley, Portugal) – Esteva is always one of Portugal’s top red wine values and this vintage is no different. A blend of native varieties, it is a versatile, attractive, elegant Douro red that offers character but is also easy and perfect for everyday drinking.
5. 2013 Chateau Musar Jenue Rouge (Bekaa Valley, Lebanon) – Yes, you read that right……..the winery and the wine are from Lebanon and wine lovers worldwide recognize Chateau Musar as one of the great estates. Located just 15 miles north of Beirut, the estate has been turning out delicious, savory wines since 1930. Their Jeune Rouge is roughly a blend of 50% Cinsault/35% Syrah/15% Cabernet Sauvignon. Though familiar flavors are present, this is a completely original wine from a completely original terroir.
6. 2013 Warwick Estate “Three Cape Ladies” Red Blend (Western Cape, South Africa) – This fun and delicious red is one part South Africa, one part Bordeaux, and one part Northern Rhone………..translate, it’s a blend of Pinotage, Cab, Merlot and Syrah. This is rich and lush, offering layered notes of ripe plums, dark berries and hints of black tea. Supple but firm tannins glide along to a finish that features undertones of mocha and mint.