City Vino's blog last week provided some suggestions for adding an Italian flair to your Thanksgiving table through food and wine. This week, our in-store tasting on Friday, November 12, and Saturday, November 13, will feature four wines from Germany that are Thanksgiving-worthy.
Are you wine adventurous? Are you looking to explore outside your wine comfort zone, and try new and exciting things? Would you like part of a group of wine lovers in your own community that has access to limited production, hard-to-find, and unique wines, and all the while support a local business?
With the summer heat upon us, we are all looking for wines that are perfect for the warmer temperatures because they are refreshing, quench one’s thirst, are quaffable, and simply taste good. Porch, picnic, and backyard wines are those wines that fit that bill, and are the focus of our tasting this weekend at City Vino.
The most-planted red grape and overall, second-most-planted grape in Austria, is Zweigelt. Its origins date back to 1922, when Dr. Friedrich Zweigelt, of the Center for Viticulture and Horticulture at Klosterneuberg, cross pollinated St. Laurent with Blaufränkisch.
This Thursday, May 28, 2020, at 7:00 pm, City Vino goes virtual with a Summer Wine Virtual Picnic, via Zoom. The event will be led by Jeremy Sutton, who manages national accounts for Kysela Pere et Fils. Jeremy will walk everyone through three wines that are great for your summer enjoyment and pairing.