Free on Fridays Wine Tasting this Friday featuring some elegant and refined Northern Italian Wines. Friday, December 2nd from 4-7pm.
Northern Italy is home to some of the country’s most prized wines, and we are huge fans. From the legendary reds of the Piemonte region to the world class whites of Friuli, Northern Italian wines are some of the best produced in all of Italy. Join us as we’ll pour you some of our favorites this Friday. We’ll start with our new Case of the Month, an incredible Sauvignon Blanc value from Friuli. After that, you’ll try a Piemonte red blend from the famed Vajra Barolo house, followed by an elegant Barbera from one of the Piemonte’s oldest and most respected producers. Stop by, taste, learn and save this Friday at Table Wine.
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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. 2015 Bidoli Sauvignon Blanc (Friuli, Italy) – This is our new Case of the Month as well as one of the best Sauvignon Blanc finds of all time. From the gravelly, rocky soils of Friuli Grave, this fuller styled, intense Sauvignon Blanc is packed with aromas and flavors of pear, lime, passion fruit, fresh green herbs and mineral.
2. 2013 G.D. Vajra Langhe Rosso (Piemonte, Italy) – G.D. Vajra is one of the Piemonte’s top names in Barolo, and their blended red wine is always one of the great values of the region. A crisp, medium bodied blend of Dolcetto, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Pinot Nero, Freisa and Albarossa, it is a true taste of the Piemonte. From younger vines, it is fresh and fruit forward, but not at all simple.
3. 2014 Cordero di Montezemolo Barbera d’Alba (Piemonte, Italy) – This old and historic estate can trace its roots back to 1340! Like G.D. Vajra, this is one of the most respected Barolo producers of the region, and their Barbera is a ton of wine for the money. Rich and juicy, it shows notes of blackberry, dark plum, dark cherry, violet and just a kiss of oak.