Weekly Tastings

Monday 6-8pm
Wine of the Week!
Tuesday 5-8pm
Le Galantin Rose                     (Bandol, France)
Amextio Txakoli                      (Galicia, Spain) 

Wednesday 5-8pm                         Pradeaux Rose                          (Provence, France)

Bartucci Cerdon                      (Beaujolais, France)



Thursday 5-8pm
Teeling Irish Whiskey



Friday 5-8pm 
Spirits & Cocktails


Saturday 2-4pm  

Wine Tasting

Saturday 4-7pm                           Portobello Road No.171 Gin                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Upcoming Classes RSS

Wine 101: France vs. USA

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

 Class begins at 7pm.

This introductory classes is one of the most popular at BWE. Tim Farrell will compare famous French regions such as Burgundy and Bordeaux with their "New World" counterparts in Napa Valley, Sonoma County, and the Willamette Valley. Tim will give a broad introduction about these region's important roles in wine history, and pour a fantastic flight of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon! 



Tequila with Jake Lustig!

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Class begins at 7pm.

No longer simply the domain of margaritas and snakebite shots, Tequila has been thrust into the spirits spotlight. Thanks to conscientious importers of artisanally-produced agave spirits such as the Haas Brothers, Tequila is showing its true colors as a terroir-driven spirit with a variety of expressions. Jake Lustig of Haas Brothers is going to explain it all, and pour multiple examples from ArteNOM and Cimarron, two of our favorite producers!


Champagne with Tim Farrell!

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Class begins at 4pm.

The most famous wine on the planet is synonymous with luxury and celebration. But what the heck is Champagne? And how do the bubbles get in the bottle? Tim Farrell is popping open a wide variety of Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, Rose, and Vintage Champagne to explain what makes the region, and its wines, so special.  


Grand Cru Riesling with Carolin Spanier-Gillot

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

 Class begins at 7pm.

Some of the most terroir-specific wines produced in the world today are the DRY Rieslings produced from grapes grown on special Grand Cru (or "Grosse Gewachs") vineyard sites in Germany. The wines challenge the finest wines of France for elegance and longevity, but at a fraction of the price. Carolin Spanier-Gillot of Weingut Kuhling-Gillot in the Rheinhessen region was voted "winemaker of the year" by the German wine press. Her wines are extremely beautiful examples of this "new style" of dry German Riesling. We will be showing a multi-year vertical of her Grand Cru wines, along with village Rieslings and even some delicious Pinot Noir. Don't miss this special visit from a celebrated winemaker!

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