Try Three For Free Wine Tasting this Saturday, August 6th from 2-5 p.m. showcasing some wonderful white wines from all corners of the globe! In case you didn’t know, all of the members of Team Table Wine consume copious amounts of white wine, especially during the hot summer months. Join us for a free wine tasting where you’ll get to sample some of your favorite wine guys’ favorite white wines. We’ll start with the new vintage of an all time favorite, best selling white wine (Josh’s pick) before we pour you a splash of a South African classic (Dave’s fave). Finally, we’ll finish up with one of the best German Riesling values on the planet (Ben’s go-to). All you have to do is stop by, taste, learn, and save big. We’ll see you this Saturday!
Save big on all of the tasting wines! Mix any 3 of them and save 10%, mix any 6 and save 15%, and mix any 12 and save 20%!
1. 2015 Michel Gassier Cercius Blanc (Rhone Valley, France) – The new vintage of an all time favorite is back and it’s delicious. A blend of mainly Grenache Blanc with a just a dab of Sauvignon Blanc fermented in stainless steel and concrete, this is a white wine for all palates. With medium body, great texture, and rich notes of golden apple, white peach, and gentle spice, this is a great alternative to Chardonnay or Pinot Gris, and you can’t beat the price.
2. 2014 Cederberg Chenin Blanc (Cederberg, South Africa) – South Africa does Chenin Blanc really well, and this isolated family farm in the Cederberg Mountain Range in South Africa’s Western Cape is proof of that. Fermented dry in stainless steel, it offers up lovely notes of pear, grapefruit and melon. The texture on this is also phenomenal — almost creamy in the mouth, but with refreshing acidity, it’s another great wine for a variety of palates.
3. 2014 Dr. L Riesling (Mosel, Germany) – Ernst Loosen is one of Germany’s qualitative leaders, and his entry level Riesling is a great introduction to classic, Mosel-styled Riesling. Off-dry and possessing wonderful, zesty acidity, it flows with juicy notes of peach, green apple and citrus. Try this with spicy Thai or Indian cuisine and call it a night!