December 6th-Fino and Manzanilla

To kick off Sherry week, we will start with Fino and Manzanilla. This style of sherry is bone dry. Manzanilla, because of the proximity of where it is produced, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, to the sea of Jerez, has a wonderful salt note. This, combined with their very light body, make these wines perfectly paired withContinue reading “December 6th-Fino and Manzanilla”

September Tasting Schedule

With 2021 harvest rapidly approaching in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s difficult to believe summer is almost behind us! We have a few last light wines before we start getting back to the wines to pair with our favorite cooler weather meals! September 1st-Austrian Gruner Veltliner September 8th-Agiorgitiko September 15th-Tebbiano (or Oriveto) September 22nd-Alsatian Riesling SeptemberContinue reading “September Tasting Schedule”

June 23-Vermentino

It’s another week where I am excited to share a grape I have a fondness for with all of you! Vermentino is commonly a light textured (although some winemakers use methods to create a marginally heavier bodied wine) white grape that originated in Italy, where a majority of it is still produced. The island ofContinue reading “June 23-Vermentino”