This fun, fresh and tasty lineup requires no introduction, as the eclectic selection of fine wines and a delicious local spirit speak resoundingly for themselves. Join us on Thursday for this unique, multifaceted tasting from 5-8 PM.
COS PIthos Rosso ($30.99):
This wine, which the New York Times describes as “Lively and flamboyantly fragrant, with savory, smoky, energetic fruit flavors” is aged in traditional amphorae, or clay vessels, which bring a balance of earthiness and structure to this otherwise exuberantly fresh and ripe wine. Tradition meets innovation in the COS vineyards, where organic also meets delicious.
Casa Marin Sauvignon Blanc ($25.99): With its numerous awards, including two-time winner for Best Sauvignon Blanc in the World, this wine is considered Chile’s best Sauvignon Blanc. A mix of stone fruit, green citrus aromas, wet stones and mineral hints that add an exotic feel. On the palate it is saline, crisp, and clean.
Barone Ricasoli ‘Brolio’ Chianti ($22.99): Deep ruby red. Already strong and dense on the nose. Cherry, licorice, violet, and ripe blackberry. Very good structure on the palate, well-balanced and complex. Dry and yet supple and silky on the palate. A bargain at the price
Primaterra Primitivo ($12.99): A nose that fairly leaps from the glass to bring you notes of cherry and wild berry along with an alluring hint of anise and herbs. The palate does not disappoint, with lush dark flavors, extraction and intensity. Southern Italy is represented nicely here with this lovely wine.
Indigenous Apple Vodka($39.99): This vodka is produced from 100% Hudson Valley apples grown at Tantillo’s Farm and other local orchards, just miles from the distillery. After the apples are pressed and the cider is fermented, each batch is distilled two times in order to retain the essence of the apples that were its source.