Weekly featured Tastings:
Each weekend we host a tasting featuring wines from a different region of the world. For those curious to expand your experiences and familiarity, join us for a tasting.
6/6-6/9: Sud-Ouest and Provence
If you like Bordeaux but not the prices, or love to discover new varietals that scream ‘terroir’, then the South West region of France is calling you. As we’ll see, many of the wines are very similar to Bordeaux in varietal, wine making style and quality. Add some unique grapes and ‘terroir’ into the mix and this is one exciting region for wine lovers.
6/13-6/16: The Savoie
Wines from Savoie have long been simply ski chalet wines but, today, the situation is changing. Thanks to the modernization of winemaking techniques and the enthusiasm of local vintners, the wines offer compelling flavor profiles and great aging potential. These are food-friendly, unusual wines for those of us who are bold enough to, occasionally, venture off-piste.
6/20-6/23: The Loire Valley is home to over 4000 wineries that produce a dizzying array of elegant, quality wines. There are racy whites, refreshing rosés, reds that favor fruit over force, and sumptuous sweet and sparkling wines that even rival neighboring Champagne. It is here in the “Garden of France” that you can revel in beautiful summer days, stunning chateaux, and several of France’s most underrated wines.