Our ros é table says "spring is here" the weather channel says "bahahahaha." They're bubble-poppers, drink ros é.

Also, today is National Pet Day ! If your pups aren't already pulling you through our door, you should know we love dogs and we love to feed them treats!
We also have human treats...A.K.A. alcohol...
oh, and we have Dum Dums.

WHEN : Thursday, April 18th at 6:30pm
WHERE : The North Loop Wine and Spirits Cellar Space
WHAT: Seated Wine Tasting with Wine Maker Robert Sinskey

NOTE: The $25 purchase price of your ticket will be refunded with any wine purchased from the event. So it's essentially a FREE event.

WHEN : Sunday, May 5th at 1:30pm
WHERE: The North Loop Wine and Spirits Cellar Space
WHAT : A Walk-Around Wine Tasting with 40+ Wines

NOTE: Your $20 ticket cost can be applied toward your purchase of any wine from the event! So it's essentially a FREE event.

Friday's Wine Tasting 4-8pm:

  • Cerejeiras Portuguese White
  • Cantina Mesa Giunco Vermentino di Sardegna
  • Domaine Lafond Lirac Blanc
  • Conde de Hervías Mencos Rioja
  • Five O'Clock Somewhere ess&see Mataro
  • Miro Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Secret Sipper: Inglenook Cabernet Sauvignon

Saturday's Wine Tasting 3-7pm :
We will post the lineup on our Facebook Page prior to the tasting.
Doug's Wine Review :
Day Wines, "Vin de Days," Willamette Valley, 2017 - $21.99
This is one of the very few wines in the world that if someone said they didn't like it, I would question whether or not they have a pulse. This white blend from Brianne Day is composed of Pinot Blanc, Riesling, muscat and other grapes to create a vibrant, aromatic, and deliciously quaffable wine. 
Patrick's Wine Review :
Neboa Albarino, Rias Baixas, Galicia, 2017 - $17.99
True to its native soils, this Albarino speaks of the sea, wind, and rain of Galicia, Spain. Albarino from the Rias Baixas, (the fjord-like inlets of Galicia, just a stone's throw from the Atlantic Ocean) is often called the perfect wine to match with seafood. Perfumed, crisp, and with just the right amount of weight, this Albarino certainly does not disappoint in the expectation. A bargain for the real deal.
David's Wine Review :
Bethel Heights Pinot Gris Oregon, 2015 - $18.99
If your not familiar with Bethel Heights, it's a family winery started in 1977 and one of the pioneering wineries seeking to find a distinct personality in Oregon wines. Focusing on Chardonnay and wines of the Pinot family, they are now in their second generation. With the Pinot Gris they are committed to bridging the racy citrus of Italian Pinot Grigio and the ripe apple of Alsatian Pinot Gris. 
The 2015 vintage brought a warm growing season and mercifully cool September. The resulting wine has plenty of ripe tree fruit aroma with yeast and honey notes followed by zippy dry finish. It's a perfect accompinment to brunch foods, sushi and dishes with a touch of heat. it's also a great choice if you prefer white wine with a bit more weight and richness.
Madison's Wine Review :
Lelievre Vin Gris, Cotes de Toul, 2018 - $16.99
Lelievre is a little domaine in the Lorraine region of France, two brothers vinifying only a small handful of organic wines that we are very lucky to see here in Minnesota. The vin gris is a lovely blend of gamay and pinot noir- fresh, floral and made for some really easy drinking. Its the kind of bottle that hits the table and is gone before you even need an ice bucket. Perfect for a sunny day on the patio. 
Patti's Wine Review :
Cain "Cuvée NV11" Napa Valley, Red Blend - $32.99
Cain Cuvée is always "NV" non-vintage because it is always a blend of Bordeaux varietals from two vintages. NV11 is a blend of 2011 and 2010 vintages, which happened to be two of the coolest vintages in the past two decades. Expect freshness and a bit more structure than usual. The cooler weather and combination of mountain and valley fruit lend depth and complexity to the wine. Subtle herbal and floral notes encompass a solid core of fruit and fine tannins. The Cain Cuvée series are made with "drinkability" in mind, yet they all age well. The NV11 will age particularly well, but you can drink it tonight. Pairs well with Minnesota's unexpected yet expected, hail, sleet, & snow.

Robert Sinskey Vin Gris
Arnot-Roberts Rosé of Touriga Nacional
Cerejeiras Portuguese White
Cerejeiras Portugese Red
Domaine de Pouy Côtes de Gascogne
Garofoli Verdicchio dei Castello di Jesi Macrina
Deutz Brut Classic Champagne
Ridgeview Winery English Sparkling Wines
Garnier & Fils Chablis 1ER Cru Mont de Milieu

Kentucky Owl Confiscated Bourbon