Join us each and every Saturday at our tasting bar to sample a great batch of “Tuesday Night Wines”. These are delicious and affordable and perfect for drinking any night of the week with or without food. We’re here to help you learn and understand wine, not to intimidate you, so leave your worries and insecurities at the door!
For this Saturday’s tasting, it’s more new stuff! The first wine is a super fresh and fragrant Italian Pinot Grigio and the second is a lightly oaked, easy going, value priced Chardonnay from Chile. For the reds, we’ll pour you one of the best Montepulcianos on the market for less than $10 and we’ll wrap it all up with a mysterious, sweet red wine from Italy.
The Wines You’ll Get To Try
1. 2012 Baccaro Pinot Grigio (Veneto, Italy) – It’s dry, it’s fresh, it’s fruity, it’s less than $10. What more could you want out of a Pinot Grigio than that? This is one to buy by the case and to serve on hot, sunny, summer days and those days are on their way.
2. 2012 Entrada Chardonnay (Central Valley, Chile) – Chile keeps on turning out the great values and Entrada is an easy Chardonnay to like. It’s well under $10 and it hits on all cylinders with ripe peach, apple and pear fruit, a little bit of cream and a little bit of oak.
3. 2011 Agriverde Piane di Maggio Montepulciano (Abruzzo, Italy) – This is a ton of wine for the money! From the certified organic/biodynamic Agriverde estate, this is rock-solid Montepulciano with lots of heart and soul. Easy to drink, great to share with friends and perfect for casual dinner parties, this is a winner in our book!
4. 2012 Poderi Nespoli Cagnina di Romagna “Dolce” (Emilia-Romagna, Italy) – Huh? What does all of that mean? Let us break it down for you – the producer is Poderi Nespoli, Cagnina di Romagna is the region, and “Dolce” means its sweet. The grape is Refosco and the flavor is phenomenal with sweet berries, vanilla and chocolate notes. Finally, a sweet red wine that we can get behind!
Purchase any 6+ bottles of the tasting wines, and we’ll give a 15% discount!