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Que Syrah, Shiraz

Thursday, January 26


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.

The Pacific Northwest

Thursday, February 2


From cool hills in the Willamette Valley in Oregon to the dry, arid land east of the Cascade Mountains in Washinton, there are myriad of vines producing a dramatic range of wine styles. You'll discover crisp and lush whites and reds that are light-bodied and elegant to dense and ripe. Tickets are $29.

South-West France

Thursday, February 9


While Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne take all the glory, France's Sud-Ouest is bursting with little-known treasures! A mix of well-known international varietals and ancient French grapes, join us to explore wines from France's hidden corner. Tickets are $29.

Under The Tuscan Sun

Thursday, February 16


Ahhhh, Tuscany. Rolling hills, a Renaissance sun, Chianti and Montalcino. Join us as we take a tour through the regional wines of Italy's most picturesque landscape. Pasta not included. Tickets are $29.

Staff Picks

Thursday, February 23


It's no secret we drink quite a bit of wine here at the Bin, and tonight, we want to let you in on some of our top picks. With a wide range of wine personalities picking their favorites from the hundreds of bottles on our shelf, you're sure to find something new and exciting in this lineup. Tickets are $19.
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Thursday, January 26


Que Syrah, Shiraz

Syrah is native to France, but was re-named Shiraz when it reached South Africa in the seventeenth... Read More

Saturday, January 28


Binology 103: Bordeaux

This class will be an in-depth look into France’s premier wine growing region. Home to some of the... Read More
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Faustino I Rioja Gran Reserva 2001, Spain


This fantastic bargain is a must-buy from one of the greatest vintages in Rioja's history. Incredibly fresh with youthful exuberance, this aged Rioja is classically styled with notes of black cherries, leather and tobacco with plenty of minerality and a lengthy finish. The perfect gift to impress the wine lover in your life this holiday season!