Wednesday, July 15th
$35.00, one session
|As a highly regionally diverse wine nation, the Spanish wine region has well over 50 denominated regions including Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Navarra, Priorat, Rías Baixas and others. While the best wines in Spain hail from the northern country side, where the climate is not as hot and dry as in the south and where there is elevation from various mountain ranges and oceanic influences; grapes are grown throughout the Spanish wine regions, from Palomino in the southwest to Monastrell in the southeast to Garnacha in Aragón and Priorat to almost everything under the hot Spanish sun. Join us as we taste through the notable styles of this country with instructor Kevin McGill of Dendor Wine.|
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In wine there's truth -Pliny the Elder
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Pinot Grigio 2014
Elegant and clean Pinot Grigio, aged on the lees in stainless steel tanks and controlled temperature. Fruity and aromatic , with notes of nuts and roasted almonds. In the palate this wine is crisp, with perfectly balanced minerality.
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He was a wise man who invented beer -Plato
Two Roads Brewing Company
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Harpoon Take 5
$15.99 . . . 12pcan
Golden/light amber with a slight haze in color. Aromas of Tropical fruits, orange, and pine. Mouth feel has more body than is typical with this style by design. The taste is again intense tropical fruit and pine with less overall bitterness than is expected from the aroma. Nice malty finish.
De Dochter Extase DIPA
$14.99 . . . 750ml
malt, fully hopped IPA. Mash hopped, first wort hopping, late wort
hopping, dry hopped. Blend of European and American hops, at 1kg /
Intensively hopped, disturbingly good.
$4.69 . . . 1202
A rustic pilsner brewed with oats and unmalted wheat.
| Spirit of the Week |
$29.99 . . . 750ml
Crafted with hand-harvested Petite Muscat grapes from the AOC (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée) region of Frontignan. The Muscat juice is blended with a grape-based spirit, creating a ‘vin de liqueur’. This fortification process prevents the fermentation of the juice, and preserves the original aromas and freshness of the Muscat grape. Aged one to two years in oak casks dating back to the 19th century, allowing the blend to mature slowly while retaining the distinctive character of the original fruit. The ‘vin de liqueur’ is blended with a touch of orange blossom from the Mediterranean. This infusion gives Pavan its aromatic citrus notes and reinforces its freshness.
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