Knock Knock. Who’s there? Tannat.
Tannat who? Uruguay’s most widely planted grape. More than 25% of the country’s vineyards produce it. It was originally grown in the Western Pyrenees of France (and still is), but the grape was brought over to Uruguay by a Basque immigrant in the late 1800s. Similar to Argentina’s Malbec in having both a powerful, i.e. tannins,…READ MORE
New Wine: Envinate ‘Lousas’ Vino de Aldea
Envinate is the product of four friends and winemakers from Spain. Their goal was to create honest wines from the Ribeira Sacra region in Spain. Mencia is used to make this wine that falls into our Rustic & Complex category. The name “Lousas” is Galician dialect for the type of slate soil found in this part of the…READ MORE
Francois Chidaine Montlouis sur Loire Brut is back on the menu
The Francois Chidaine Montlouis sur Loire Brut is back on the menu as of Friday, November 25th. Our owner Sam couldn’t be happier… “Who doesn’t love bubbles? Especially during the holiday season. This Brut is made from Chenin Blanc and you really get all the bright & light citrus notes which that grape offers. It’s…READ MORE