Wine Tasting - French Discovery
Sep
13
to Sep 15

Wine Tasting - French Discovery

This month VinoTeca will lead a September Tasting Series dedicated to introducing European wines that are traditional to the featured country, yet obscure across the pond. The nation will change every week with a focus toward organic, small producers who hold true to the grapes their ancestors cultivated.

Our second featured wine land - France - has a history much like Italy, it started with the Greeks, but grew into a powerhouse of tradition as well as opulence. This country is the birthplace to America’s most popular varietals including Pinot Noir, Cabernet, Merlot, and Chardonnay.

This tasting will be dominated not by unique grapes, but by wines that we rarely see, the wines that usually stay where they are made.

3 wines - $15 // 1 wine - $6 // 3 ounce pours

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Wine Tasting - Spanish Discovery
Sep
20
to Sep 22

Wine Tasting - Spanish Discovery

This month VinoTeca will lead a September Tasting Series dedicated to introducing European wines that are traditional to the featured country, yet obscure across the pond. The nation will change every week with a focus toward organic, small producers who hold true to the grapes their ancestors cultivated.

Our third installment is a country that we hold dear - Spain. The history of winemaking here has nothing to do with the Greeks and truly is a mystery. The Phoenicians arrived 3000 years ago and found vineyards as well as true exportation to North Africa and throughout the Mediterranean. There are over 200 grapes still used for wine in Spain with strong sense of tradition to individual regions.

We will be pouring 3 unique wines with that show what the terroir of Espana can offer.

3 wines - $15 // 1 wine - $6 // 3 ounce pours

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Wine Tasting - European Discovery
Sep
27
to Sep 29

Wine Tasting - European Discovery

This month VinoTeca will lead a September Tasting Series dedicated to introducing European wines that are traditional to the featured country, yet obscure across the pond. The nation will change every week with a focus toward organic, small producers who hold true to the grapes their ancestors cultivated.

Our final installment will feature 3 individual countries - Austria, Germany and Hungary. These areas have long and complex histories, but have rarely deviated from their traditions when it comes to wine making. We explore 3 wines that show the unique terroirs and classic viticulture of these wine lands.

3 wines - $15 // 1 wine - $6 // 3 ounce pours

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