Saturday, March 4th from 2-5pm — Stop by the store (directions here) for a free wine tasting featuring some top West Coast wine values! These are all great values from the start, but we’re running a one-day sale on all of them. With the discounted pricing, we’re offering all of these wines at the best prices in the country!
It’s not hard to find inexpensive West Coast wines, but many of them are less than inspiring. We dig a little bit deeper at Table Wine because uninspiring wine don’t do it for us or our customers. Join us on Saturday to try some truly compelling West Coast wines that won’t break the bank. Up first, it’s one of California’s top and most distinctive Sauvignon Blancs — tasting more like a creation of France’s Loire Valley, this is a staff and customer favorite. Second in the lineup is an Oregon Pinot Gris from one of the state’s top up and comers — the wine sees a bit of skin contact and pours a slight pinkish/copper hue and offers up a more complex bouquet and palate than most Pinot Gris’. Last, but not least, it’s good old Elk Cove Pinot Noir — we bought a little bit too much of their 2014, but no worries. This one is drinking like a dream right now and we’re offering it up at the best price in the country for one day only.
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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 Smith Story Wine Cellars Sauvignon Blanc (Sonoma County, California) – Alison Smith and Eric Story are the husband and wife team behind Smith Story Wine Cellars, and we firmly believe that they make one of the best Sauvignon Blancs in the state. Zesty, crunchy, and laced with complex mineral notes, this is California Sauvignon Blanc meets Sancerre.
2. 2015 Omero Cellars Pinot Gris (Willamette Valley, Oregon) – Many of you love their Chardonnay…….wait until you taste their slightly pink Pinot Gris. The brief skin to juice contact gives this wine a little more color than most Pinot Gris’ along with more complex, savory and umami notes. A brilliant wine to serve with grilled salmon, sushi, or even ramen (real ramen), we also enjoy it without any food at all.
3. 2014 Elk Cove Vineyards Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley, Oregon) – In case you haven’t heard, Vintage 2014 in Oregon was a great one — Wine Spectator scored the vintage 97 points! When you add that to the fact that Elk Cove is one of the most respected veteran producers of the region, you have the formula for great wine. This is classic Elk Cove Pinot — richer and fuller in style, but with silky tannin, it offers up an incredible mix of ripe cherry, blueberry and plum fruit buttressed by more complex notes of spice, cedar and black tea. Perfect for drinking with grilled salmon, chicken or pork, it is also delicious with nothing more than a glass and a good friend.