Free on Fridays Wine Tasting - Southern Hemisphere Wines

Free on Fridays Wine Tasting - Southern Hemisphere Wines

Stop by Table Wine this Friday and warm up with some stellar Southern Hemisphere Wines! Friday, December 16th from 4-7pm — free to all.

Winter is just about here and the temperatures are dropping! What better way to warm the bones than with some delicious wines from the sunny and warm Southern Hemisphere? Join us as we pour you some classic examples of wines from New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina. We’re not ones to stop drinking whites and dry rosés during the cooler months, and we’ll kick off the sampling with a fresh and zippy New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Next up, you’ll try one of our favorite new dry rosés, a Cinsault/Shiraz blend from South Africa…… us, it’s delicious! To finish up, we’ll pour you one of the best Argentine Cabernet Sauvignon values………heck, we’d call it one of the best Cab values in the world. Stop by, taste, learn, and save big on all of the tasting wines.

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The Wines
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 Walnut Block Sauvignon Blanc (Marlborough, New Zealand) – For fans of New Zealand staples like Kim Crawford, give this a try! Simply put, this is textbook Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc — dry, super crisp, and brimming with tangy and tart citrus fruits and green herbs. Perfect for casual sipping or the Feast of the Seven Fishes, this one is a winner all the way.

2. 2016 Badenhorst Family Wines Secateurs Rosé (Swartland, South Africa) – Who said dry rosé was just for the warmer months? Not us! This new wine from Adi Badenhorst, one of South Africa’s most charismatic and gifted winemakers is a blend of 60% Cinsault and 40% Shiraz. Completely dry, crisp and packed with notes of white cherry, white peach, tangerine, green herb and marzipan, this is the first dry rosé of the 2016 vintage.

3. 2013 Fabre Montmayou Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva (Mendoza, Argentina) – At less than $15/bottle and rated 90 points by both James Suckling and Antonio Galloni, this is easily one of the best Cab values on the planet. Full bodied, complex, and packing loads of dark fruit, tobacco leaf, mocha, leather and tobacco, this could easily stand toe to toe with Cabs that cost 2 to 3 times the price.