Try Three for Free Wine Tasting! Thanksgiving Wines that Rock!! – Saturday, November 21st from 2-5 p.m. – It’s Thanksgiving in Asheville, and it’s one of our favorite times of year. Family gatherings, great food, and great wine — what more could you ask for? We’re here to help with the wine part of that equation, and we’d like to thank journalist Mackensy Lunsford of The Asheville Citizen Times for featuring us in her article about Thanksgiving wines — click here to read that. Even better, we’ll be pouring both of the wines featured in that article along with one of the best Beaujolais’ we’ve ever stocked. Stop by, taste, learn, stock up, and save on some perfect Thanksgiving wines.
Remember, all of the tasting wines are on sale the day of the tasting. Save 10% off by the bottle, 15% off if you mix six of them, or 20% off if you mix twelve or more of them!
Prices range from $16 to $40
1. 2014 Domaine Ricard Touraine Blanc “Le Petiot” (Loire Valley, France) – Vincent Ricard is making some of the best Sauvignon Blanc in France’s Touraine region. With exotic aromas and flavors of tropical fruits, herbs, flowers and mineral along with bracing acidity, it’s a perfect Thanksgiving wine. The dry and tart profile of the wine will cut through the fat of the meal like a sharp knife through butter.
2. 2013 Daniel Landi Las Uvas de la Ira (Mentrida, Spain) – Daniel Landi is one of the most talked about producers in Spain at the moment. His specialty is Garnacha (aka Grenache) from sites scattered throughout Mentrida, just east of Madrid. This one tastes like a hypothetical cross of Cru Beaujolais, Burgundy, and elegant Chateauneuf. With lovely, earth and floral infused red fruit and plenty of lift and acidity, it behaves a bit like Pinot Noir. We know that sounds crazy, but we’re sticking to our guns on this one!
3. 2012 Georges Descombes Morgon Vieilles Vignes (Beaujolais, France) – We can pretty much guarantee you that if we poured this for you blindfolded, you would not guess Beaujolais. Georges Descombes makes wines in the fashion and tradition of Kermit Lynch’s Gang of Four producers. He was highly inspired by the wines of Marcel Lapierre, and this is Georges’ top bottling. Tasting somewhat like a cross between Red Burgundy and Northern Rhone Syrah, it just doesn’t get much better than this when it comes to Beaujolais.