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Malbec Mania

Thursday, February 11
Argentina’s premier grape is inky, dark, and robust. We will be pouring a variety of Malbecs, all smoky, spicy, dark-fruited and delicious. You’re sure to find a new favorite. Tickets are $19.

Domaine la Berangeraie “Cuvée Maurin” 2011, Cahors, France $19.99
Paul Mas Estate “Gardemiel Vineyard” Malbec 2014, Pays d’Oc, France $14.99
Waterbrook Malbec 2014, Columbia Valley, Washington $14.99
Dos Minas Malbec 2014, Salta, Argentina $14.99
Pulenta “La Flor” Malbec 2014, Mendoza, Argentina $17.99
Catena Malbec 2013, Mendoza, Argentina $24.99
Trivento “Amado Sur” 2013, Mendoza, Argentina $14.99
Cuvelier Los Andes “Colección” 2010, Mendoza, Argentina $27.99

Wine & Chocolate: A Match Made in Heaven

Sunday, February 14

5-7pm

Wow your significant other this Valentine's Day week with a surprise and decadent trip to BIN 604 to explore the glories of this dreamy pairing. We'll be highlighting this lover's combo and exploring the intricacies of matching the right wine with the right chocolate. We'll be featuring decadent chocolate truffles from Foreman Wolf's Executive Pastry Chef, Travis Marley. Tickets are $29.

Spanish Bargains

Thursday, February 18
With more land under cultivation of the vine than any other wine producing country, Spain is, dollar for dollar, home to the world’s best bargain wines. Long forgotten old vines of Garnacha and Monastrell craft concentrated reds, while Albarino, Verdejo and Xarello are the source for refreshing still and sparkling whites at a variety of “everyday” price points. Tickets are $19.

Binology 103: The Rhone Valley

Saturday, February 20
PASSPORT SERIES: Over the next four months we’ll be travelling through France to visit some of the countries most renowned, and most obscure, wine growing regions.

The Rhone Valley is a warm region in southern France that produces some truly spectacular wines. We will focus our attention on the different appellations of the Northern and Southern Rhone while tasting a variety of whites and reds, such as Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Cotes-du-Rhone and more! Tickets are $39

CAB Ride Around the World

Thursday, February 25
Let’s take a ride around the globe & discover the nuances of Cabernet Sauvignon. Depending on where this noble grape is planted, it may take on various flavor and aroma profiles. Stop by the BIN and discover the king of red grapes in its many forms. Tickets are $29

Binology 101: The Basics of Wine Tasting

Saturday, February 27

2:00-3:30pm

We look at the typical characteristics of popular grape varietals and explain the terminology and techniques of wine tasting and learn how to recognize the subtle and subjective flavors of wine. Tickets are $29.

Sauvignon Blanc

Thursday, March 3

6-8pm

Not everybody drinks full-bodied red wine all winter long. Tonight, we'll be bucking tradition and pouring a refreshing flight of Sauvignon Blancs, all light, zippy and built for those of you daydreaming about Mediterranean shores and sandy beaches. From France to New Zealand, South Africa to California these whites are ready to quench your wintertime thirst. Tickets are $19

Meet the Winemaker! Le Piane Portfolio w/ Christoph Künzl

Friday, March 4

5-7pm

In many respects the efforts of winemaker Christoph Künzl saved the tiny gem of Boca from extinction. Join us to explore these terroir-driven wines from far northern Piedmont and experience elegant expressions of Nebbiolo, locally known as Spanna, and local grapes Vespolina and Uva Rara (a.k.a. Bonarda). Tickets are $19

Binology 101: The Basics of Wine Tasting

Saturday, March 5

2:00-3:30pm

We look at the typical characteristics of popular grape varietals and explain the terminology and techniques of wine tasting and learn how to recognize the subtle and subjective flavors of wine. Tickets are $29.

Under the Tuscan Sun

Thursday, March 10
Ahhhh, Tuscany. Rolling hills, a Renaissance sun, Sangiovese and Vin Santo. Join us as we take a tour through the regional wines of Italy’s most picturesque landscape. Tickets are $29

Binology 103: Loire Valley

Saturday, March 12

2:00-3:30pm

PASSPORT SERIES: The penultimate installment in our four part look at some France's most famous, and under the radar wine regions. Stay tuned for Champagne on April 16th.

Join us to explore the rich agrarian banks of the Loire River Valley. Famed for Sauvignon Blanc production, this exciting region is also home to some impressive Chenin Blanc, Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir, all displaying a penetrating acidity and cutting mineral-edge. Tickets are $39.

Slainte! An Irish Whiskey Tasting

Thursday, March 17

6-8pm

Join us this Thursday as we celebrate the luck of the Irish, which is the luck of us all for they brought us Irish Whiskey. Tickets are $35 with a $25 credit towards featured whiskeys.

Binology 102: A Guide to Food and Wine Pairing

Saturday, March 19

2:00-3:30pm

Matching the right wine with the right dish is an invaluable skill. We'll explain which wines pair best with which cuisine, and why. Learn to expand your tasting horizons, not to mention impress your next dinner date! Tickets are $39.

Que Syrah, Shiraz

Thursday, March 24
Syrah is native to France, but was re-named Shiraz when it reached South Africa in the seventeenth century. This grape is now grown around the world, and we'll be exploring wines from North America, Australia and France so you'll be able to compare how their origins affect their taste. Tickets are $19.

Binology 101: The Basics of Wine Tasting

Saturday, March 26

2:00-3:30pm

We look at the typical characteristics of popular grape varietals and explain the terminology and techniques of wine tasting and learn how to recognize the subtle and subjective flavors of wine. Tickets are $29.

Binology 103: Jura & Savoie

Saturday, April 2
PASSPORT SERIES: Over the next four months we’ll be travelling through France to visit some of the countries most renowned, and most obscure, wine growing regions.

Home to some of France’s most intriguing wines, these mountainous regions along the alpine border of France and Switzerland are often overlooked and underappreciated. Utilizing some familiar varietals like Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, they also cultivate unique grapes like Poulsard, Savignin and Trousseau all with inimitable style and singular minerality. Tickets are $39.
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Thursday, February 11

Malbec Mania

Argentina’s premier grape is inky, dark, and robust. We will be pouring a variety of Malbecs, all... Read More

Sunday, February 14

5-7pm

Wine & Chocolate: A Match Made in Heaven

Wow your significant other this Valentine's Day week with a surprise and decadent trip to BIN 604 to... Read More

Thursday, February 18

Spanish Bargains

With more land under cultivation of the vine than any other wine producing country, Spain is, dollar for... Read More
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