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Staff Favorites Wine Tasting - Saturday, June 9

Saturday, June 9th from 2-5pm – It’s the best free wine tasting in Asheville, and you’re invited! Stop by to taste what Sarah, Ben, Aidan and myself are drinking these days.

Asheville’s Best Free Wine Tasting!

For the wine drinker who wants to know where their wine came from and who made it, the best place to shop is at a local, independent staffed by people who love wine. Know of any places like that? Sure you do! We love wine and we live for it, and we can’t wait to share these special finds with you this Saturday. We’ll pull the corks on some fabulous wines from regions and producers that deserve your attention. Stop by, taste, learn, and save every Saturday at Table Wine.

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

Can’t make it by, but want to take advantage of the savings? Call us at 828.505.8588 and we can run your card over the phone.

1. 2016 Carpinus Tokaji Harslevelu (Tokaji, Hungary) – Talk about a super cool and delicious white! Harslevelu is one of the grape’s responsible for Hungary’s famed Tokaji, one of the great dessert wines in the world. This one isn’t sweet — nope, it’s fermented dry, yielding a fuller-styled, exotic white with notes of spice, flowers, and white peach.

2. 2014 Rolly Gassmann Pinot Blanc (Alsace, France) – This uber-traditional Alsatian producer’s Pinot Blanc blew our minds when we tasted it recently. Almost golden colored, with obvious notes of botrytis, it’s fat, plump, and hedonistic white wine. Look for notes of white peach, poached pear, honey and spice. Seriously world-class stuff that won’t break the bank.

3. 2015 Koehler Ruprecht Pinot Noir Kabinett Trocken (Pfalz, Germany) – If you blindfolded me and had me taste this one, I would swear it was from Burgundy. The quality of German Pinot Noir has risen dramatically as temperatures have risen, and the evidence is in this wine. Sensual, complex, and laced with spiced red fruits, forest floor, and silky tannin, it’s a ton of Pinot Noir for the money.

Josh Spurling
Owner/Operator at Table Wine