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  • Writer's pictureMeg Williams

Featured Wines: Tasting 3/5

This Friday, we are comparing the best of French and Californian wine. We'll have one white and one red from each locale for you to try.

Friday, March 5th from 3:00-6:00pm

Please visit our covid guidelines to participate in the tasting!

Featured Rep: Stephanie

Cadre Band of Stones

Edna Valley, California

This is a super interesting wine. It has a harmonious balance of ripeness but a ton of verve and energy on the palate. A base of salty citrus, ginger and white pepper mingle with grapefruit that all lead to a savory zesty finish drenched in minerality.


Domaine De la Denante Chardonnay

Macon, France

This chardonnay displays great acidity, with flavors of citrus fruits, crushed stones. With absolutely no signs of oak, and impeccable balance, this wine is buttery and complex. The nose is full of citrus, while the palate has light notes of vanillia, green apple, and melon. $19.99

Domaine De La Denante Pinot Noir

Macon, France

Grown in soils of calcareous limestone overlaid with fine, silty, sandy loam – ideal for the cultivation of Burgundian varietals – the wine is soft and creamy. It is ripe and with a good balance between citrus and melon flavors. The acidity and the attractive fruitiness have produced a wine that is ready to drink.


Schug Pinot

Sonoma Coast, California

This is a complex wine with a rich bouquet of cherries, berries and hints of spicy new oak. It has flavors reminiscent of black cherry, currant and strawberry, followed by a rich, spicy texture and a long silky finish. This wine pairs nicely with lamb, duck, even grilled fish, and will improve with additional cellaring. $24.99

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