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Top Wines Under $20

Friday, March 6


MOVED TO FRIDAY DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. Who says you have to shell out big bucks for a killer bottle of grape juice? Join us for a fresh batch of wines that will impress your palate without burdening your budget. Tickets are $19

Under the Tuscan Sun

Thursday, March 12
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

South African Wines

Thursday, March 19
Join us on a tour of some highly regarded and high-performing South African wines. Don't miss this opportunity to sample the best of this both historic, and up and coming continent. Tickets are $19

Classic Imports: Single Malt Scotch

Tuesday, March 24
Got a scotch craving? Of course you do! Join us March 24th for a dip into the portfolio of Benromach/Gordon and MacPhail, including unique versions of familiar Scotches, as well as exclusive, one-off whiskey's that you may never see again. Tickets are $35 with $25 credit to put toward your favorite whiskey of the night. Benromach Hermitage Finish $88.99 Benromach 10 Year Old $62.99 Benromach Peat Smoke $69.99 Benromach Organic $71.99 G&M Bunnahabhain 8 Year Old $46.99 G&M Tormore 15 Year Old $71.99 G&M Macallan 19 Year Old $147 G&M Caol Ila 10 Year Old $71.99

Awesome Aussies

Thursday, March 26
Come explore the wines of Down Under, magnificent Shiraz, charming Chardonnays, succulent and lush red blends and more. Get a refresher on how rich and varied Australian wines can be. Tickets are $29

Exciting New Arrivals

Thursday, April 2
Here at the Bin, we are always in an exploratory mood, which means our selection changes--a LOT! Come on down and find out what new stuff has made the cut! Tickets are $19

Profound Pinot Noir

Thursday, April 9
Pinot Noir can be a finicky grape to grow, but the results are worth the effort and dedication. Explore the many shades of this Burgundian born wonder, from Gevrey-Chambertin to the Russian River Valley to the untamed isle of Tasmania and beyond. Come see how this noble grape excels in telling the story of where it was grown. Tickets are $19

Rite of Spring: Riesling Tasting

Thursday, April 16
Riesling, one of the most under-appreciated grapes, can range from dry to sweet. Light-bodied, and both intensely flavorful yet delicate and mineral laden, these charming wines will leave a smile on your lips as you welcome the warmer weather. Tickets are $19.

Spirits Tasting: Gin!

Thursday, April 23
You might say that wine is our "thing," but that doesn't mean we don't have a soft spot for spirits too. This Thursday we'll be exploring Gin! With roots back to the 13th century, this cheerful and herbaceous spirit has evolved in myriad different directions in the intervening centuries. So join us as we discover some of the more interesting stylistic expressions of this classic beverage. Tickets are $35 and include a $25 credit towards any product featured in the tasting.

CAB Ride Around the World

Thursday, April 30
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
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Friday, March 6


Top Wines Under $20

MOVED TO FRIDAY DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. Who says you have to shell out big bucks for a killer bottle... Read More

Saturday, March 7

Binology 101: The Basics of Wine Tasting

We look at the typical characteristics of popular grape varietals and explain the terminology and... Read More

Saturday, March 14


Binology 103: Sketches of Spain, Galicia

We're moving far away from the continental climates of the arid interior lands to tour the regions of... Read More
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New Arrival

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.