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Some Wine Classics Revisited Tasting

There’s an abundance of wines waiting to be explored, but some vineyards stand as timeless classics, consistently producing exceptional wines year after year. Join us this Sunday afternoon for an exclusive tasting of these renowned selections:

  • Chateau Montelena Chardonnay 2020 – The winery that won the taste of Paris and put Napa Valley on the map for wine consumers. This is anon-malolactic fermentation wine, matured in a relatively small proportion of new French oak, and thus it reveals hints of apple, tangerine and lime on the nose. Medium to full-bodied, sappy, a bit linear and vibrant on the palate, finishing crisp and long.
  • Flying Goat Dijon Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills 2014 – Norm Yost has been making wine for over 38 vintages and has a particular passion for Pinot Noir. In 2000 he launched his own label, Flying Goat Cellars, specializing in vineyard designated Pinots from California’s Santa Barbara County. Focusing on two of the most prestigious AVA’s in the county, Santa Rita Hills and Santa Maria Valley, Flying Goat Cellars is able to create deep, bold Pinot Noirs that each display the unique qualities of their site. A combination of California heat, a year-round marine layer influence, and ancient ocean bed soils creates terroir unlike any other.
  • Girgich Hills Cabernet 2017 – This luscious Cabernet exhibits inviting aromas of dark red fruit, blood orange and fresh plum on the nose, with undertones of rose petals, cinnamon bun, and gingerbread. Flavors of dark fruit, black olives and blackberries, are followed by hints of moss and savory dried herbs. This age-worthy Cabernet has great density and length, and is complex, yet nimble on the back palate with a long, balanced aftertaste.
  • Paul Hobbs Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville 2018 –  Proud to carry the Coombsville appellation on the label after becoming a pillar of cabernet sourcing in Napa Valley. The inaugural release presents a deep ruby with violet highlights and scents of wild blueberry, dried lavender, and mocha. A beautiful entry envelops the palate and features generous layers of red currant, black fig, and subtle notes of fresh sage and leather. Fresh acidity wraps around fine-grained tannins providing tension towards the finish, revealing a crushed rock minerality that confers the region’s inherent rocky soils.

Space is limited for this exceptional tasting event. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to revisit these iconic wineries and savor their extraordinary wines. Cheers to an unforgettable experience! There will be no refunds due to limited seating.

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Sun, Jul 14, 2024


1:00 pm - 2:30 pm




The Cellars
The Cellars
1218 E New Haven Ave
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