First we would like to thank all who made time to join us for our winter walk-around wine tasting last weekend. We hope you had fun and we appreciate you for making it a huge success!

Second, We all know it's freezing, but the end is in sight and soon -1 ° F will feel positively balmy. So pile on the winter gear - you own it for a reason - and join us for our WINE TASTINGS TONIGHT , Friday, & Saturday. Then go home, make a fire, grab a blanket, don your slippers, and enjoy a glass of wine, whiskey, or your beverage of choice. If you don't have a fireplace, do the next best thing and sit next to your heating vent with a digital fire pulled up on your tablet or phone. Cheers!
P.S. As some of you already know, the Superbowl is this Sunday! We would love to have an assist in your play book for the big game, so swing through to grab some adult beverages to accompany your Superbowl appetizers, bring to your friend's place, or just to sip on while you enjoy the commercials. Be safe and warm this weekend!
Put your mittens and parka on and join winemaker from Miro Cellars at our back tasting table TONIGHT , January 31st. They will be pouring a selection of their wines. This is a fun and free event so feel free to stop by any time between
4-8pm to taste!

WHERE: In our Cellar Space
WHEN: Wednesday, February 13th at 6:30pm
WHAT: Join us in welcoming James Cahill from Soter Vineyards, Planet Oregon and winemaker at North Valley Vineyards. At this intimate seated tasting, James will walk us through a series of fantastic wines from the Willamette Valley while focusing on the terroir and the incredible history of this burgeoning wine-producing region. Tickets are $25, the cost of which will be refunded with any wine purchased from the event. Seating is limited. To purchase TICKETS please visit our EVENTBRITE page and we hope to see you there!
Friday's Wine Tasting 4-8pm :
  • Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc
  • Badenhorst Secateurs Chenin Blanc
  • Cusumano Alta Mora Etna Bianco
  • Jim Barry Coverdrive Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Feudi San Gregorio Rubrato Aglianico
  • Day Zinfandel
  • Plus a Secret Sipper - you won't want to miss it!

Saturday's Wine Tasting 3-7pm :

Check out our Facebook Page for details on the lineup
David's Wine Review :
2015 Mastroberadino Irpina Aglianico 'Redimore' - $25.99
This one's for those of you who like chewy, structured Cabernet or don't mind a young Nebbiolo. If your not familiar with the Aglianico grape, it is a native of Campania in southern Italy and is unique in that it maintains zesty acidity to go along with its deep color and firm tannic backbone even in very hot climates. Mastroberadino is a global champion of this under utilized grape. The 2015 'Redimore' exibits dark berry flavors with hints of coffee, tobacco and vanilla. This wine is rich, concentrated, structured and layered with flavor. It's a perfect companion to meat stews, mature cheese and polar vortices.  
Madison's Wine Review :
2017 Domaine du Pegau "Pink Pegau" Vin de France - $22.99
Fresh watermelon and raspberries with spice and depth, a bit fuller and richer than your average pale pink from the south of France. Pink Pegau comes from a high quality producer with a long family history of vine growing in Chateauneuf du Pape (since 1670). This is the post-polar vortex treat we all need plus a little pink inspiration to look for spring. 
Doug's Wine Review :
2016 Onix Priorat Classic - $25.99
You might remember this wine from our grand tasting in September. It's composed of equal parts hand-harvested Garnacha and Carignan grapes sourced from vineyards encompassing the famous Catalonian village of Gratallops. The long, hot summers in this region create an ideal setting to coax deep, rich flavors from the fruit that manages to survive in this severe climate. It's showcase of dark fruit, earthy intensity and a long finish makes this a great option for the upcoming cold, long nights.  
Patti's Wine Review :
Quinta Seara d'Ordens Fine Ruby Porto - $16.99
This weather requires fortification, something with a little more oomph - that "Uff Da" factor, if you will. Clocking in at 19.5%abv, this densely fruited port has it all. Deep dark fruits are balanced by good structure and acidity. If you like port this is a great value option. Find a fireplace and sip this wine until you feel warm fuzzies on the inside and on the outside.