Weekly Tastings

Monday 6-8pm
Wine of the Week!
Tuesday 5-8pm
Nortico Alvarinho
(Minho, Portugal)
Chateau Maris Picpoul
(Languedoc-Roussillon, France)
Wednesday 5-8pm
Kunstler Riesling
(Rheingau, Germany)
Clendenen Riesling
(Santa Maria, CA )
Thursday 6-8pm
Greenhook Ginsmiths Gin
(Brooklyn, NY)

Friday 5-8pm
New York Distilling Company Gin
(Brooklyn, NY)

Saturday 3-6pm
Doc's Absinthe
(Brooklyn, NY)





Upcoming Classes RSS

Wild Wine Series: Crazy Flavors!

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Class begins at 4pm. For this first class in our mini-series on "advanced" (read: geeky) topics, Tim will open some truly original wines that possess flavors like no other wines that we have ever tasted. Crazy grapes like Lacrima, Tibouren, Coda di Volpe, Mavrodaphne, as well as 20 year old Chardonnay, and more! Brush up on your vocabulary, these wines are going to require a lot of adjectives to describe!

Nappa's North Fork with Anthony Nappa

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Class begins at 7pm.

Long Island Winemaker Anthony Nappa is crafting some of the most interesting and delicious wines from North Fork Vineyards. Tonight, Anthony is paying us a visit to pour wines from the outstanding 2013 vintage, including his new "Frizzante" sparkling Pinot Noir/Riesling, the special "Spezia" Gewurztraminer, The "Bordo" Cabernet Franc, and many more. For those locavores who want to learn more about how wine is made in our own backyard, Anthony will explain everything!


Wild Wine Series: Can Wine Actually Taste Like Soil?

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Class begins at 4pm.

For part to of this series, Tim will explore the fundamental connection between grapes and where they are planted. Some say its impossible to taste the "dirt" in the wine, others say that wine made from volcanic, slate, granite, and limestone soils are unmistakable. We will taste wine from around the world to figure out who is right!


Wild Wine Series: Terroir or Faults?

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Class begins at 7pm.

The final class of the Wild Wine series will examine certain characteristics found in wine that affect taste such as reduction, oxidation, volatile acidity, and brettanomyces. Jeff and Tim will debate the merits of wines that posses these traits (both intentionally and unintentionally), as well as explain other flaws such as bottles with cork taint and "cooked" wine to help make you a more informed taster! 

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