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Free wine tastings every Saturday. A calendar of special events. Wine dinners at restaurants & bars across Nashville. Craft beer festivals throughout the year. We are the official title sponsor of the East Nashville Beer Festival and the Winter Warmer. Check back for constantly changing events

Apr
21
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Mâconnais Delivers More Than Great Value

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Some of the finest wines of the Mâconnais come from the village of Fuissé, where Domaine Cheveau produces rich, generous chardonnay from 40 year-old vines planted into clay & limestone soils. Raised on fine lees in stainless steel, the Mâcon Fuissé balances round oppulance with taut, laser-sharp acidity.
 
The Mâconnais has long been associated with simplicity & value rather than greatness. In recent years that trend is reversing, although, fortunately, the great value still stands. In addition to “Les Grandes Bruyères,” which delivers well beyond its $22 price tag, we’re opening a bottle of pinot noir from Château de la Greffière this Saturday, showcasing what this dismissed portion of Burgundy is now capable of producing.

Saturday, April 21
3-5pm @ WWM

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Domaine Cheveau Les Grandes Bruyères
Mâcon Fuissé, Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
$22

Château de la Greffière Bourgogne Rouge
Burgundy, France
Pinot Noir
$22

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Apr
14
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: La Boutanche

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Jump on board the natty wine train this Saturday and chug on some gluggable juice that completely over delivers. We're opening two bottles of La Boutanche, a project by importer Selection Massale that's bringing affordable, naturally produced wine to the States.

In its current expression, La Boutanche is a dry, richly textured chenin blanc from Loire producer Frantz Saumon and a thirst quenching, savory cinsault from Martin Texier, son of famed natural wine producer Eric Texier.

Saturday, April 14
3-5pm @ WWM

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Frantz Saumon La Boutanche
Loire, France
Chenin Blanc
$20

Martin Texier La Boutanche
Vin de France
Cinsault
$20

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Apr
13
4:00 PM16:00

Tasting: Chattanooga Whiskey Co.

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When Chattanooga Whiskey Co. first opened their doors in 2012 - distilling in Indiana - "Hamilton County laws prohibited the manufacture of intoxicating liquors." Their arrival served as a catalyst to change prohibition-era distilling laws.

Flash forward to 2018 and they're producing the first (legally) distilled whiskey in Chattanooga since the early 20th century! From their 46,000 square foot Riverfront Headquarters, the company is now capable of producing up to 14 barrels a day.

Join us at the shop for a special Friday evening tasting and discover for yourself why Chattanooga Whiskey is steaming ahead so quickly.

Friday, April 13
4-6pm @ WWM

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Chattanooga Whiskey Co. 1816 Reserve
Chattanooga, TN
$34

Chattanooga Whiskey Co. 1816 Cask
Chattanooga,TN
$46

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Apr
2
6:00 PM18:00

Skin Contact

Skin Contact is a natty wine party geared toward - although certainly not restricted to - industry peoples. On Monday, April 2 we're taking over the Public House where at 6pm the doors will open for a night of natural wine, snacks, & revelry. $30 gets you in (price includes snacks and several small pours), and it's our hope that you'll embrace the happenin' company and get down with some glou-glou.

We're popping several bottles that exemplify the weird, wild movement that's taken wine by the pulp and ripped it free for all to enjoy, and we're offering you the opportunity to taste and talk about the trend with those who know and love it best. It'll be casual yet exclusive; elegant yet saucy. And to cap the thing off, after everyone gets some juice & raillery in their system, we're bringing down the roof with a dance party.

Skin Contact is a ticketed event, and to insure that the setting feels intimate, we're capping it at 40 heads. Since the Public House is closed to the general public on Mondays, access to the space will be exclusive to those who purchase a ticket.

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Mar
31
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Easter Weekend

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This weekend, whether you're celebrating Easter, Passover, or just the fact that it's not raining anymore, you'll want to stop by the shop and check out the nervy lineup we've put together.

Leading off is a sauvignon blanc from the unsung Loire Valley appellation of Menetou-Salon. Sharing a similar chalky soil composition with Sancerre, Chablis, & Champagne, the Domaine Philippe Gilbert is understated with a mineral core and savory notes of earthy mushroom.

Batting second - not merely advancing the tasting along, but holding its own - is the fan-favorite Ameztoi Rubentis, a slightly effervescent rosé from the Basque Country of Spain.  This racy Txakolina is sneaky quick with lightning pop.

Cleaning up the tasting is an absolute stud. Anytime a bottle of Lapierre is open it's worth stopping by to see the cru Beaujolais in action. The Juliénas is no exception. Rich & full with smoky minerality and notes of spice & red fruit, this gamay is Hall of Fame material.

Oh yeah, it's also baseball season.

Saturday, March 31
3-5pm @ WWM

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Domaine Philippe Gilbert
Menetou-Salon, Loire, France
Sauvignon Blanc
$28

Ameztoi Rubentis
Getariako Txakolina, Spanish Basque
Hondarribi Beltza, Hondarribi Zuri
$20

Lapierre
Juliénas, Beaujolais, France
Gamay
$35

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Mar
24
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Aligoté & Grolleau

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Earlier this week we tasted a bottle of Bourgogne Aligoté from Domaine Jérôme Chezeau that blew us away. We jumped at the opportunity to snatch some up so we could share it with you fine people.

Aligoté is Burgundy's other white. Naturally high in acid, this grape is often quite tart - sometimes to a fault. The Chezeau, however, had softened with a little age, taking on a rich texture that was altogether charming.

Thinking ahead to Saturday's tasting, we decided to stick with France's unfamiliar and pop open a second obscure variety. Although widely planted in the Loire, grolleau is little recognized. Les Sablonnettes is a biodynamic winery in Anjou-Saumur that produces supple, juicy grolleau with notes of rose petal & salted plum.

Saturday, March 24
3-5pm @ WWM

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Domaine Jérôme Chezeau Bourgogne Aligoté
Burgundy, France
Aligoté
$24

Les Sablonnettes Les Copains d'Abord
Anjou-Saumur, Loire Valley, France
Grolleau
$18

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Mar
17
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Portuguese Pairing

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Medieval de Ourém is a wine of translucent cranberry hue that pops under light somewhere between rosé & gamay. Its method of production was introduced by Cistercian monks in the 12th century, and the tradition is protected by law to this day.

The wine is made up of the white-skinned grape fernão pires & the red-skinned grape trincadeira. The fernão pires is pressed and transported into oak, filling the barrel to 80% capacity. Fermentation begins. Meanwhile, the trincadeira is pressed and fermented in contact with its (red) skins for 4-10 days. The fermented must from the trincadeira grapes is then used to cap off the barrel of fernão pires, skins and all. As the skins sink through the wine, they work as a natural fining agent, pushing organic particles to the bottom of the barrel.

In addition to the Medieval de Ourém from Quinta do Montalto, we're opening a white from Vihno Verde by producer Quinta da Palmirinha. The Portuguese pairing promises to make for an interesting tasting this Saturday.

Saturday, March 17
3-5pm @ WWM

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Quinta da Palmirinha
Vihno Verde, Portugal
Louereio
$18

Quinta do Montalto
Encostas d'Aire, Lisboa, Portugal
Trincadeira, Fernão Pires
$20

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Mar
15
5:00 PM17:00

Tasting: Clos de l'Elu

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Jon David Headrick imports mineral-driven wines of extraordinary purity & soul. His portfolio offers a comprehensive look into the Loire Valley, where he ventures outside the celebrated appellations of Sancerre & Muscadet in order to bring back a collection of gems rarely seen in the US.

Thursday's tasting is a perfect example of JD's pursuit of purity. He's pouring four wines from Clos de l'Elu, a small winery located on the schist banks of the Layon River in Anjou. At the crossroads of oceanic & continental climates, Clos de l'Elu focuses on indigenous Loire Valley varieties, producing incredibly elegant wines with little intervention.

Thursday, March 15
5-6:30pm @ WWM

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Clos de l'Elu Bastingage
Anjou, Loire Valley, France
Chenin Blanc
$32

Clos de l'Elu Maupiti
Val de Loire, France
Gamay, Cabernet Franc
$30

Clos de l'Elu l'Aiglerie
Anjou, Loire Valley, France
Cabernet Franc
$32

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Mar
14
5:00 PM17:00

Tasting: Eric Railsback of Lieu Dit

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Eric Railsback emerged on the wine scene in Santa Barbara a decade ago. In 2011, after countless trips to France and several stints in the restaurant industry, he co-founded Lieu Dit with longtime friend Justin Willett. Together they produce around 2,500 cases annually, centering around sauvignon blanc & cabernet franc, which thrive in the various micro-climates & marine-based soils of Santa Barbara County. Eric will be pouring four of his wines tonight from 5-6:30pm at the shop.

Wedneday, March 14
5-6:30pm @ WWM

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Lieu Dit
Santa Ynez Valley, California
Sauvignon Blanc
$22

Lieu Dit
Santa Maria Valley, California
Melon (de Bourgogne)
$22

Lieu Dit Rosé
Santa Ynez Valley, California
Pinot Noir
$25

Lieu Dit
Santa Ynez Valley, California
Cabernet Franc
$30

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Mar
10
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Natural Domestic Wines

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We pop open a lot of natural wine from France. As it turns out, however, you needn't leave the country in order to find a great bottle that doesn't contain all those noxious additives & overbearing oaks.

You know we love us some Broc Cellars & Swick. We're also opening a wine you might not be so familiar with - a soft & cloudy pet-nat from Birichino. Produced from the fragrant malvasia bianca, this subtle bubble boasts of flowers, honeysuckle, & nectarine blossom.

Saturday, March 10
3-5pm @ WWM

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Birichino Pétulant Naturel
Monterey, California
Malvasia Bianca
$25

Broc Cellars
California
Chenin Blanc
$25

Swick Sec Siemefe
Columbia Valley,  Washington
Touriga Nacional
$30

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Mar
3
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Corsica Ties It All Together

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In the far northeast reaches of Italy, on undulating hills whose crests catch glimpse of the Slovenian border, the Zanusso family farms two of Friuli's best zones, practicing organics in the vineyards and natural winemaking in the cellar. Friuli is where the complex & distinctive ribolla gialla finds its home. And the I Clivi by Zanusso is one of the region's greatest, expressing notes of herbs, citrus, almond, & flowers.

In addition to the white from Friuli, we're opening the Domaine de Fontsainte rosé that we promised last week before we called a last-minute audible due to lack of inventory. And tying it all together is a Corsican red from Domaine Maestracci. Because what's more French & Italian than the island of Corsica?

Saturday, March 3
3-5pm @ WWM

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Domaine de Fontsainte Gris de Gris
Corbières, France
Grenache Gris, Grenache Noir, Carignan, Cinsault, Mourvèdre
$18

I Clivi
Friuli, Italy
Ribolla Gialla
$25

Domaine Maestracci Clos Reginu
Corse Calvi, Corsica, France
Grenache, Nielluccio, Sciacarello, Syrah
$15

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Feb
28
5:00 PM17:00

Tasting: Patricia Green

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Join us for a special weekday tasting as Melissa Groshong of Patricia Green Cellars is dropping by the shop to pour four wines between 5-6:30pm Wednesday night.

From the foggy hills of the Willamette Valley, Patricia Green produces site-specific pinot noir that expresses the nuance of a few of the region's premier appellations. Her Old Vine Estate cuvée from Ribbon Ridge is elegant and silky in texture with notes of red berry fruit, Asian spice, & rose. In addition to three pinot noir, Melissa will be pouring the sauvignon blanc.

Wednesday, February 28
5-6:30pm @ WWM

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Patricia Green
Willamette Valley, OR
Sauvignon Blanc
$25

Patricia Green Reserve
Willamette Valley, OR
Pinot Noir
$25

Patricia Green Lia's Vineyard
Chehalem Mountains, Willamette Valley, OR
Pinot Noir
$35

Patricia Green Old Vine Estate
Ribbon Ridge, Willamette Valley, OR
Pinot Noir
$38

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Feb
24
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Sextant Aligoté & Gamay

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The son of a dairy farmer in Auvergne, Julien Altabar never dreamed he would one day produce wine. After studying viticulture - at his mother's insistence - Julien made the acquaintance of organic viticulture pioneer Dominique Derain in Saint Aubin, Côte d'Or. The two struck a deal - Julien would give a helping hand in the vineyards & cellar, and Dominique would allow him to produce a couple barrels in the basement.

Since then Julien has found an old-vine parcel of aligoté outside of Puligny and established a hands-on relationship with a tight circle of growers around Burgundy from whom he demands organic farming.

Julien's wines combine the traditionally subtle style of his mentor Dominique Derain with the energy & vibrancy that results from his hands-off approach in the cellar. On Saturday we're opening his Pet-Nat aligoté, which he calls Skin Bull, and Le Pilou Pilou, made from 100% gamay.

Saturday, February 24
3-5pm @ WWM

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Sextant Skin Bull
Vin de France
Aligoté
$33

Sextant Le Pilou Pilou
Vin de France
Gamay
$30

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Feb
17
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Languedoc Gold

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Having forecasted that Nashville would come by a fortuitous taste of spring this week, our friends in southern France went ahead and sent a preliminary shipment of rosé. And we’re jumping right on that wave. The first two rosés of the season hit the shelves on Tuesday, and we’re popping one open for our Saturday tasting.
 
Happily, the original estate at Domaine de Fontsainte was constructed around a thermal spring in an area known as the Golden Crescent. Bruno Laboucarié farms the silica, clay, & limestone soils there according to lutte raisonnée principles, encouraging biodiversity and using natural composts to fertilize the vines.
 
In addition to the rosé from Corbières, we’re opening a deep yet vibrant red from Saint-Chinian. The temperatures are dropping again, but that doesn’t mean we can’t pretend we’re in the Languedoc-Roussillon, sipping wine on the Mediterranean.

Saturday, February 17
3-5pm @ WWM

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Domaine de Fontsainte Gris de Gris
Corbières, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Grenache Gris, Grenache Noir, Carignan, Cinsault, Mourvèdre
$18

Mas Champart Clos de la Simonette
Saint-Chinian, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Mourvèdre, Grenache, Carignan
$20

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Feb
10
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Natural Romance

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All three wines featured in our Saturday tasting are produced thoughtfully with minimal intervention in the cellar and no herbicides or pesticides in the vineyards. The Partida Creus is especially natural and expresses that cloudy funk that all the kids are 'gramming about these days. Stakes are high on Valentine's Day. We want to offer you something pure to share with your loved one.

Saturday, February 10
3-5pm @ WWM

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Broc Cellars Pet-Nat
Santa Barbara County, California
Cabernet Franc
$30

Partida Creus CV
Massis de Bonastre, Catalonia, Spain
Cartoixa Vermell
$30

Pierre Chermette
Beaujolais, France
Gamay
$18

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Feb
3
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Super Wine Saturday

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Everyone knows that Super Wine Saturday precedes the day of the big game. I’m just here to remind you. Tomorrow, in the name of tradition, we’re opening a food-friendly white and red that will help set the weekend in motion.

The white is from Vaucluse in the Rhône Valley. It’s medium-bodied with great acid, tropical fruit, honey, & flowers. Think chicken (grilled or fried), nachos, & fishes. For your heartier dishes, we’ve got a biodynamic Bordeaux blend from the right bank. With juicy dark fruit, spice, & a gravely torso, this is the prefect pairing for chili.

Let’s be honest. I don’t care who wins the Super Bowl. I’m just hoping for good wine.

Saturday, February 3
3-5pm @ WWM

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Domaine Alary La Grange Daniel Blanc
Vin de Pays Vaucluse, Rhône Valley, France
Roussanne
$18

Château Peybonhomme Les Tours
Blaye - Côtes de Bordeaux, France
Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec
$20

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Jan
27
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Four Roses Private Select Barrel

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One of our dear customers, who will remain anonymous, went so far as to state, after having tasted our latest Four Roses Private Select Barrel, that it "had nothing that I don't like about whiskey." I'd take the claim a step further, into the positive. The OESF has everything I do love about whiskey.

It's deep & rich with notes of salty caramel. The nose is woody & floral, a profile that continues onto the palate with an herbaceous edge. For 55 bucks it's a tremendous buy.

But don't take my word for it. We're cracking a bottle on Saturday to share with you fine people. Stop by and taste for yourself why we keep going back to Four Roses. And let us know, does it have everything you love about whiskey? Or does it have nothing you don't love?

Saturday, January 27
3-5pm @ WWM

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Four Roses Private Select Barrel
Lawrenceburg, KY
OESF
$55

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Jan
24
5:00 PM17:00

Tasting: Mezcal Vago

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We’re pumped to have Francisco Terrazas at the shop this evening, pouring five mezcals from the Vargo portfolio. These are single village mezcals produced traditionally by master mezcaleros. Each is distinct in its own style, taking on different profiles depending on location & variety of agave.

If you’re interested in getting into mezcal, tonight’s tasting will serve as an excellent introduction to the smoky, savory spirit. Mezcal can be challenging, and the good stuff is quite expensive. Tasting with an aficionado make’s a huge difference for the uninitiated, as Francisco will guide through the small villages of Oaxaca, helping you to locate subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) differences in flavor profile and texture.

Wednesday, January 24
5-6:30pm @ WWM

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Mezcal Vago Espadín
Candelaria Yegolé, Mexico
Espadín
$50

Mezcal Vago Elote
Candelaria Yegolé, Mexico
Espadín with Corn Infusion
$60

Mezcal Vago Ensamble en Barro
Sola de Vega, Mexico
Espadín, Blanco, Coyote, Mexicano, Barril
$70

Mezcal Vago Madrecuixe
El Nanche, Miahuatian, Mexico
Madrecuixe
$90

Mezcal Vago Mexicano
Candelaria Yegolé, Mexico
Mexicano
$90

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Jan
23
5:00 PM17:00

Tasting: Olé Imports

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Olé Imports was founded in 1999 when their portfolio consisted of only three wines. Today they import over 100 wines from the Spanish Peninsula, and they all share four fundamental elements: "terroir, quality fruit, exceptional winemaking & exceptional value."

Tonight we're hosting David Kemmerer of Olé Imports for a special Tuesday night tasting. David will be pouring three gems from the portfolio, including Gus, pictured above.

Tuesday, January 23
5-6:30pm @ WWM

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Raúl Pérez Gus
Bierzo, Spain
Mencía
$22

Quinta de Saes Tinto
Dão, Portugal
Tinta Roriz, Touriga Nacional, Alfrocheiro, Jaen
$18

Fitapreta Tinto
Alentejano, Portugal
Aragonez, Alicante Bouschet, Trincadeira
$23

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Jan
20
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Winter Whiteout

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Sometimes cold weather calls for cold wine. Like swigging lagers in a snowstorm, high-tone whites from northern France & Germany bring out a crispness in the air that's refreshing and completely invigorating. 

Earlier this week, as the temperatures dropped and the snow fell, the idea of a whiteout occurred. And so, this Saturday we’re popping two whites: a rich & complex field blend from Alsace and a mineral-driven, elegant riesling from the Nahe of Germany.

Saturday, January 20
3-5pm @ WWM

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Meyer-Fonné Vieilles Vignes
Alsace, France
Pinot Auxerrois, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir
$20

Kruger Rumpf Münsterer Rheinberg
Riesling Feinherb
Nahe, Germany
Riesling
$22

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Jan
13
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Back on that Horse

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Clos de la Roilette Fleurie is a stunner and a personal favorite of mine. Well-structured with an acid backbone & punchy orange fruit, this Beaujolais gives gamay the props it deserves as a noble, age-worthy grape. I selected Clos de la Roilette as this month's Collecting with Kev. If you're interested in tasting the wine before grabbing a couple bottles, make sure to swing by the shop this Saturday between 3-5pm.

Saturday, December 16
3-5pm @ WWM

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Château de la Greffière Vieilles Vignes
Mâcon la Roche Vineuse
Chardonnay
$20

Clos de la Roilette
Fleurie, Beaujolais, France
Gamay
$22

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Dec
16
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Serious Holiday Fun

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Last weekend was fun, but now it's time to think seriously about holiday pairings. The season is upon us and special gatherings demand special wine. That's why we're opening up four single varietal bottles produced from four of the most Noble of grapes: Chardonnay, Gamay, Pinot Noir, & Nebbiolo.

This Saturday will be our last tasting of the year. We're upping the ante. Stop by and help us send 2017 out in style.

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Saturday, December 16
3-5pm @ WWM

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Domaine Cheveau Les Trois Terroirs
Pouilly-Fuissé, Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
$32

Charly Thévenet Grain & Granit
Régnié, Beaujolais, France
Pinot Noir
$25

Domaine Gachot-Monot
Côte de Nuits-Villages
Gamay
$25

De Forville
Barbaresco, Piedmont, Italy
Nebbiolo
$35

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Dec
9
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Holiday Fun

Part 1 of our holiday tasting extravaganza. Saturday’s lineup is fresh, funky, & fun. This time of year is full of get togethers, family hangs, & full-fledged holiday parties. You need good wine, but you might not want to drop a lot of dough. Worry not. We’ve got your bread & butter right here. (We literally sell bread on Saturdays. We’ll figuratively butter your party palate.) Stop by on Saturday and taste four fun wines that will pop off all the parties.

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Saturday, December 9
3-5pm @ WWM

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Clos Lentiscus Rosé Brut Nature
Penedès, Catalonia, Spain
Samsó
$25

Erste + Neue
Südtirol, Alto Adige, Italy
Müller-Thurgau
$20

Jean Foillard Beaujolais-Villages
Beaujolais-Villages, France
Gamay
$25

Les Traverses de Fontanès
Pays d'Oc, France
Cabernet Sauvignon
$15

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Nov
18
3:00 PM15:00

Thanksgiving Master Class

Despite my best efforts to slow time, we’re already more than halfway through November, and thus, days from Thanksgiving. Tomorrow is the last Saturday before Turkey Day and so, obviously, we’re going to pour superb wines that complete a Thanksgiving spread. And we’re not holding back.

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Saturday, November 18
3-5pm @ WWM

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J. Lassalle Brut Prérènce
Champagne, France
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier
$45

Albert Mann Rosenberg
Alsace, France
Pinot Gris
$28

Laurence & Rémi Dufaitre
Côte de Brouilly, Beaujolais, France
Gamay
$30

Patricia Green Reserve
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Pinot Noir
$25

 

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Nov
11
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Teutonic Turkeys

From the high hills of the Willamette Valley, Teutonic produces German-inspired wines that just so happen to pair perfectly with Thanksgiving. This Saturday we're opening four, in a tribal turkey tasting that will prime your salivary glands for the fast-approaching holiday.

Riesling and pinot noir are obvious pairing choices for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. As is gewurztraminer, with its spicy aromatics and rich texture. But who would think to pair a gewurz/pinot blend? Who would think to blend those grapes in those first place?


Saturday, November 11
3-5pm @ WWM

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Teutonic Wine Company
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Silvaner
$25

Teutonic Wine Company
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Riesling
$25

Teutonic Wine Company Red Blend
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir
$22

Teutonic Wine Company Bergspitze
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Pinot Noir
$35

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Oct
28
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Natural Glou-Glou

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glou-glou | noun | \’glü-(,)glü\

1               :  that natty juice that makes you shimmy and squirm in delight

2               archaic  :  of, relating to, or consisting of any of the four French humors and their respective corresponding excrements

Jimmy was on his way to the Laundromat when he stumbled upon a jug of glou-glou and proceeded to chug his way to a delectably degenerate afternoon.

Saturday, October 28
3-5pm @ WWM

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Nicolas Camarans Minimus
Vin de France de l'aveyron, France
Fer Servadou, Négrette
$28

Pierre-Olivier Bonhomme Le Telquel
Vin de France
Gamay, Grolleau, Pinot d'Aunis
$16

Domaine Matassa
Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Carignan
$25

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Oct
21
3:00 PM15:00

Tasting: Cali Love

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It is difficult to comprehend the damage done by the wildfires in California, from the point of view of surveyor, assessing the extent of the devastation, and emotionally, grappling with stories and images of destruction and loss. Several customers have approached us inquiring after the welfare of the producers we carry and the welfare of their vineyards. At this point, it is hard to tell. We know that thousands have suffered and been displaced.
 
On Saturday we’re doing our little part to help raise funds for the disaster relief effort. In addition to opening wines from three of our favorite California producers, we’re donating 15% of Saturday’s total sales to Sonoma County Community Foundation. Swing by the shop and drink for a great cause. And if you feel so inclined, click here and donate to the charity we’re supporting.

Saturday, September 30
3-5pm @ WWM

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Scholium Project Blowout
California
Grüner Veltliner, Verdelho, Lourrerio
$22

The Withers Rosé
Sierra Foothills, California
Mourvèdre, Grenache
$20

Broc Cellars
Green Valley, Solano County, California
Valdiguié
$22

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Sep
7
5:30 PM17:30

Tasting: Vine Street Imports

Thursday, September 7
5:30-7pm @ WWM

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Ochota Barrels i am the owl
Adelaide Hills, Australia
Syrah
$50

Jamsheed Harem La Syrah
Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia
Syrah
$25

Dandelion Vineyards Pride of the Fleurieu
Fleurieu Peninsula, Australia
Cabernet Sauvignon
$22

Dandelion Vineyards Wishing Clock
Adelaide Hills, Australia
Sauvignon Blanc
$18

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