January 25, 2018
Your Monthly News & Updates
The Superbowl is looming large and even though the Vikings didn't make the cut we are still grateful for the great season they gave us. We here at North Loop Wine & Spirits are gearing up for the big push, as we're sure are you. 

This past weekend we had a huge walk-around wine tasting in our cellar. Thank you to all our awesome customers for making it such a success! We hope you all had as much fun as we did - and to those who couldn't make it - we hope to see you next time. Speaking of events...check out what we have in store for you below!


Free Tasting with
Prairie Organic Spirits
Tonight (January 25th)!!!
Free tasting with Prairie Organic Spirits tonight (January, 25th) from 5-8pm. They will be sampling their spirits and cocktails at our back tasting table.

Next Week : Free Tasting with
Tattersall Distillery
Thursday, February 1st
Tattersall Distilling will be at our back tasting table Thursday, February 1st from 4:30-7:30pm serving up complimentary samples of their spirits and cocktails for your enjoyment. Join us!!!

Coming Soon : Scotch Class
Thursday, February 22nd
Scotch Tasting - The Debate: Independent Bottlers vs Small Distilleries
Jeff Peterson and William Skelly will be guiding us through this comparative tasting of 8 outstanding Whiskies in our cellar. Find out more details about what will be tasted and buy tickets on Eventbrite (link below).
Wines you didn't know were cool (staff selections):
Emily's Pick:
Weingut Fuerst, Elbling (2016)

A cousin to Riesling, Elbling is a grape that is indigenous to the Mosel. It's refreshing as the day is long, with green apple, a zesty lime zing, and a slight effervescence. It's not sweet--7g/L of residual sugar leaves it dry-off dry. Bonus: it's a liter. 

Patti's Pick:
Movia, Pinot Grigio (2014)

I first came across this sexy little Slovenian pinot grigio on the wine list over at Spoon and Stable and I was so enamored of it I knew we had to have it on our shelves to share with our customers. This is unlike the typical pinot grigio you'll encounter. Technically it qualifies as an " orange wine. " It has loads going on in terms of depth of flavor, texture and complexity. Which makes sense because it was first macerated on it's skins and then aged on it's lees in oak. Honey and peaches for me with some floral notes on the nose. Give it a second, third, maybe even fourth take - it will continue to evolve and the finish keeps on giving. After that - quit thinking and just enjoy. If you want to know more - check out the links below. 
Madison's Pick:
Domaine Maestracci,
Corse Calvi Clos Reginu (2016)

35% Niellucciu, 30% Grenache, 15% Sciaccarellu, 15% Syrah, 5% Mouvedre

Bright red fruit, wild herbs, pepper, a little spice and a little grit. This is a French wine with a strong Italian accent hailing from northwest Corsica on the granite Reginu plateau.
We added some great new spirits to our shelves including some hot new whiskies, sipping rums, and fancy tequilas. If you didn't make it out to our huge tasting in the basement there are a lot of new wines in the shop. Swing in because we'd love to show you some of our favorites!
We are still picking the wines for the free tastings on Friday (4-8pm) and Saturday (3-7pm), but there will be some fun wines in the lineup as well as a secret sipper!