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Binology 102: A Guide to Food and Wine Pairing

Saturday, October 4
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.

Binology 101: The Basics of Wine Tasting

Saturday, October 11
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: Cotes d'Nuits

Saturday, October 18
The Cote d'Nuits is the northern portion of the legendary limestone hill known as the Cote d'Or, and is prime Pinot Noir territory--in fact all but one of the red wine Grand Cru vineyards in Burgundy are located here. Let us walk you through the patchwork quilt of vineyards, and hear how they each have a very individual story to tell Tickets are $39

Binology 101: The Basics of Wine Tasting

Saturday, October 25
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.
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Thursday, October 2

Mount Eden Portfolio Tasting!

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Saturday, October 4

Binology 102: A Guide to Food and Wine Pairing

Matching the right wine with the right dish is an invaluable skill. We'll explain which wines pair best... Read More

Thursday, October 9

Tempting Tempranillo

Spain's native noble grape is grown throughout the country, and these days, the world. Perhaps its finest... Read More
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2012 Lenne "LeNez" Pinot Noir, Yamhill-Carlton

$34.99/bottle or $349.90/case of 12

Soft and rich, the 2012 vintage in Oregon's Willamette Valley produced wines with generous fruit profiles and immediate accessibility. Deftly balanced, concentrated flavors of plum, black cherry, anise and mocha are beautifully woven together before pleasant mid-palate grip and a lingering, fine-grained tannic structure round things out.