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Join Jordan Kivelstadt, founder and head winemaker at Kivelstadt Cellars, to taste through the latest lineup of these delicious, terroir driven wines.
Winemakers Series Tasting: Black Sheep Finds
Launched with the 2005 vintage, Peter Hunken and Amy Christine produce a small portfolio of delicious wines tapped into the raw beauty of Santa Barbara Co. Join them at Vino Carta as they tip some bottles and talk the finer points of winemaking in SBC.
Thursday, November 17th - 5:30 - 8.
5 Wines - $10 - Snacks provided.
Holus Bolus 2014 Roussanne
Hocus Pocus 2013 Pinot Noir
Genuine Risk 2014 Red Blend
Holus Bolus 2014 'Franc de Pied' Syrah
Holus Bolus 2014 Syrah, Presq'uile Vyd
There's no better pairing than for all the flavors on your Thanksgiving table than Gamay from Beaujolais.
[ed. note.: Champagne is *as good* but not better...]
Whether it's tart and citrusy cranberry sauce, rich and juicy drumsticks or savory stuffing, Beaujolais hits a home run every time. And with prices that are incredibly reasonable for even the top wines, Beaujolais is a great choice for those large groups that run the gamut from wine-geeky Uncle Steve to 'I'll Have another' Aunt Alice.
Come explore these 5 great examples for your holiday table:
2015 Du Grappin Beaujolais-Villages
2105 Terres Dorees L'Ancien Vielles Vignes
2013 Anthony Thevenet Morgon
2015 Pierre Cotton Brouilly
2015 Yann Bertrand Fleurie Cuvee du Chaos
$15, Starts at 1pm.