“A Night in Portugal” Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

“A Night in Portugal” Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

Posted on Apr 27, 2017 by .

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Open to the public, and just $5, our next wine tasting and pop-up restaurant will feature wines from sunny Portugal. We’ll also have delicious food from Kitchen Catering + Events and cheese plates from Flora Artisanal Cheese. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces.

Date: Wednesday, May 3rd – 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

A Night in the South of France – Wine Tasting & Pop-up Restaurant

A Night in the South of France – Wine Tasting & Pop-up Restaurant

Posted on Apr 19, 2017 by .

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Open to the public, and just $5, our next wine tasting and pop-up restaurant will feature 7 wines from the South of France. We’ll also have delicious food from Kitchen Catering and Events and cheese plates from Flora Artisanal Cheese. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces.

Date: Wednesday, April 26th – 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

A Special Guided Tasting with Mark Vlossak of St. Innocent

A Special Guided Tasting with Mark Vlossak of St. Innocent

Posted on Mar 15, 2017 by .

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We’re limiting this to 50 people so reserve today!

Open to the public and just $20 for members ($25 for non-members), this Tuesday will be a special seated tasting, limited to 50 people. We’ll be tasting 5 wines from Oregon’s Willamette Valley including 3 single vineyard Pinot Noirs.

Join special guest, Mark Vlossak, founder and winemaker of St. Innocent Winery as he guides you through his wines, answers questions and teaches us about this exciting wine region.

Format:
Everyone will taste the same wine at the same time so you’ll get to hear other people’s questions…and Mark’s answers. It’s a great way to learn.

6:15pm – 6:30pm
Arrive a little early and have a glass of bubbly.

6:30pm – 8:00pm
Guided tasting.

8:00pm
Stick around and re-taste your favorite wines.

Sorry, No Food This Time.
Due to scheduling conflicts, we won’t be offering food at this event.

Cost: $20 members ($25 non-members)
Date: Tuesday, March 21st – 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave. (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

We’re limiting this to 50 people so reserve today!

 

Guided Tasting: Aperitifs, Digestifs and Aromatized Wines

Guided Tasting: Aperitifs, Digestifs and Aromatized Wines

Posted on Feb 27, 2017 by .

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Limited to 50 people. Reserve today!

One of my all time favorite presenters returns.

A tasting with Jake Parrott is so much fun. It’s an interactive experience where you’ll taste a delicious Aperitif, then he’ll add something like citrus peel or dark chocolate, and have you taste it again. Suddenly the wine is on a new level and your palate is awakened to a delicious new experience. We’re so fortunate to have lured Jake to Charlottesville again. Don’t miss this.
— Michael Davis

Open to the public and just $20 for members ($25 for non-members), this Wednesday’s event will be a special seated tasting, limited to 50 people. We’ll be highlighting Aperitifs, Digestifs, and Aromatized Wines.

Format:
Everyone will taste the same wine at the same time so you’ll get to hear other people’s questions…and the answers. It’s a great way to learn.

Dinner Pairing (Optional):
For just $18 you can add Braised Chicken with Sweet Roasted Carrots and a White Bean Ragout. Enjoy the wines as they were meant to be experienced…with food.

6:15pm – 6:30pm
Arrive a little early and have a glass of bubbly.

6:30pm – 8:00pm
Guided tasting, served with the optional dinner.

8:00pm
Stick around and re-taste your favorite wines.
Cost: $20 members ($25 non-members). Add $18 if you would like dinner.

Date: Wednesday, March 1st – 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave. (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

We’re limiting this to 50 people so reserve today!

 

Guided Tasting: The Wines of Maison Joseph Drouhin

Guided Tasting: The Wines of Maison Joseph Drouhin

Posted on Feb 18, 2017 by .

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Seating is limited to 50 people. Reserve your spot today!

Open to the public and just $20 for members ($25 for non-members), this special seated tasting will be highlighting Chardonnay and Pinot Noir spanning two continents- from Burgundy to Willamette Valley.

Special guest, Laurent Drouhin, the great grandson of the original founder of Maison Joseph Drouhin, will be presenting. The Drouhin label was founded in 1880 and today has 182.5 acres of vineyards and nearly 90 different appellations. It also has holdings in the Willamette Valley in Oregon.

Format:
Everyone will taste the same wine at the same time so you’ll get to hear other people’s questions…and Laurent’s answers. It’s a great way to learn.

Dinner Pairing (Optional):
For just $18 you can add Short Ribs with mushroom demi glace over mashed potatoes + haricots verts. Enjoy the wines as they were meant to be experienced…with food.

6:15pm – 6:30pm
Arrive a little early and have a glass of bubbly.

6:30pm – 8:00pm
Guided tasting, served with the optional dinner.

8:00pm
Stick around and re-taste your favorite wines.

Cost: $20 members ($25 non-members). Add $18 if you would like dinner.
Date: Thursday, February 23rd
Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave. (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after

We’re limiting this to 50 people so reserve today!

“A Night In Napa Valley” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

“A Night In Napa Valley” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

Posted on Jan 26, 2017 by .

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Open to the public and just $5, this Wednesday’s wine tasting and pop-up restaurant will feature 6 wines from Napa Valley. We’ll also have delicious food from Kitchen Catering and Events and cheese plates by Flora Artisanal Cheese available for purchase. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces.

Date: Wednesday, February 1st – 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

“A Night In Italy” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

“A Night In Italy” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

Posted on Dec 10, 2016 by .

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Open to the public and just $5, this Wednesday’s wine tasting and pop-up restaurant will feature special guest, Jim Hutton of Vias Imports pouring 6 wines from Italy. We’ll also have delicious food from Kitchen Catering and Events and cheese plates by Flora Artisanal Cheese available for purchase. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces.

Date: Wednesday, December 14th – 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

Thanksgiving Wines – Wine Tasting and Pop-Up Restaurant

Thanksgiving Wines – Wine Tasting and Pop-Up Restaurant

Posted on Nov 15, 2016 by .

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Date: Wednesday, November 16th – 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

Open to the public and just $5.00, tonight’s wine tasting, and pop-up restaurant will feature 6 wines for your Thanksgiving table. We’ll also have delicious food from Kitchen Catering and Events. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces.

About The Wines

Madfish, Vera’s Cuvée Sparkling White
This has enough fruit to stand up to yams or be the perfect party starter. The bouquet shows Chardonnay’s fresh citrus and mineral notes and Pinot Noir’s soft plush red berries. On the palate, these primary fruit notes are enriched with freshly baked pastries and a creamy texture. A rich style. – 90 pts James Halliday.
$20.80
(Regularly $26.00)

Forge Cellars, Riesling Classique 2014
This has a plump core of yellow apple and melon flavors, offset by hints of lemon zest and apple skin along the edges. A light fennel note leaves a tangy hint on the finish as this opens steadily in the glass. Forge Cellars makes some of the best Riesling and Pinot Noir in the Finger Lakes of New York.  – 91 pts. Wine Spectator.
$21.59 
(Regularly $26.99)

Castello di Bossi, Toscana Rosato 2015
A blend of 70% Sangiovese and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon from 40-year-old vines. On the nose, it immediately asserts its Italian heritage with aromas of dusty earth and Mediterranean herbs layered over fresh cherries and tart cranberry. On the palate, the wine shows a defined structure with bright acidity and brilliant depth of flavor. The finish is long and balanced.
$15.20 (Regularly $19.00)

Cloudline, Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2014
Vinified under the careful eye of consulting winemaker Véronique Drouhin-Boss, Cloudline has quietly become one of Oregon’s most successful brands, and the Pinot Noir remains true to its reputation for high-quality and value. Given our love for Pinot Noir and how well it goes with Thanksgiving foods, this was an easy pick.
$19.19 (Regularly $23.99)

Green & Red Vineyard, Napa Valley Zinfandel Chiles Canyon Vineyard 2013
A rich, hearty, spicy Zin that offers black cherry liqueur, licorice, black pepper, mint, French roast coffee and boysenberries followed by a long finish of spice, fruit, and just a little soil.
$23.00 (Regularly $29.00)

Andrew Rich, Willamette Valley Gewürztraminer 2014
Oregon Ice Wine! This is what I want at my Thanksgiving table. Aromas and flavors that seem more tropical than Pacific Northwest: pineapple, guava, passion fruit, with perhaps some peach nectar for good measure. Juicy acidity keeps the texture from becoming syrupy while lengthening the finish.
$25.60 (Regularly $32.00)

About The Food:

By Kitchen Catering & Events

Butternut Squash Ravioli  – $17
Served in a Wild Mushroom and Leek Sauce

Grilled Bistro Tender Steak – $19
Served with a Bordelaise sauce, Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans

Seared Rockfish – $19
Served with parsnip and beet puree and crispy shallots 

A Special Guided Tasting

A Special Guided Tasting

Posted on Oct 28, 2016 by .

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Open to the public and only $5.00, this Wednesday’s wine tasting will be a little different. Instead of our usual format, Italian Winemaker Andrea Di Properzio of Fattoria La Valentina will guide us through his wines as a group. You’ll get to hear other people’s questions and Andrea’s answers. It’s sure to be a great learning experience.

Please arrive at 6:30 P.M. Everyone will be tasting the same wine at the same time.

About Andrea Di Properzio:
Before owning a winery in Abruzzo Italy, Andrea attended UVA, graduating in 2001 from the Darden Business School with his MBA.

About Fattoria La Valentina:
Located in Abruzzo, amongst the Pescara hills on the central Adriatic coast, Fattoria La Valentina was founded in 1990 and follows a very traditional approach to farming, employing a variety of organic and biodynamic farming methods.

The Food:
Nadjeeb from Flora Artisanal Cheese will be there offering “grown-up” grilled cheese sandwiches.

Date: Wednesday, November 2nd – 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

“A Night In South Africa” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

“A Night In South Africa” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

Posted on Oct 25, 2016 by .

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Open to the public and just $5, our next tasting and pop-up restaurant will feature wines from legendary South Africa. We’ll also be offering food from Kitchen Catering and Events and cheese plates by Flora Artisanal Cheese. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces. We’ll get started at 5:30pm and will go until 8:30ish.

ABOUT THE WINES:

Domaine Vincent Carême, Swartland Terre Brûlée (2015)
A decadent Chenin for any occasion, this luxurious bottling offers notes of honeysuckle and citrus which are balanced by a bright, seamless acidity.
$16.00 (Regularly $20.00)

Lourensford, The Dome Chardonnay (2014)
Tropical fruit and orange blossom aromas lead to flavors of white peach with a caramel, nutty undertone that lingers on the textured, luxurious finish. The natural fermentation provides a brilliant linear acidity and substantial core with just enough layered sweetness, resulting in a round, balanced palate.
$18.40 (Regularly $23.00)

DeMorgenzon, Maestro White (2014)
Concentrated aromas and flavors of orange and yellow stone fruit combine with notes of spice and zesty citrus fruit. The palate is full and textured leading to a long, lingering finish that is abundant in honeysuckle and frangipani. 
$23.20 (Regularly $29.00)

Kanonkop, Stellenbosch Kadette (2014)
“The wine has a deep ruby, red color. It shows ripe raspberries, black currant and mocha flavors on the nose and has dark chocolate and blackberry fruit on the palate. This wine has good length with a dry finish and can mature for 7-8 years. With a reputation for producing some of the Cape’s finest red wines, the heralded Kanonkop Estate is often referred to as a South African “First Growth.” The fourth generation family farm has been owned and operated by the Sauer-Krige family since the early 1930s
$13.60 (Regularly $17.00)

De Toren, Stellenbosch Z Red Blend (2013)
The wine has a rich, dense, almost purple, plum color. Vibrant aromas of black and red cherries layered with hints of vanilla, “herb de Provence”, and clove spice entice the senses. These dovetail into lovely nuances of creamy red fruit, supported by a gentle minerality. On the pallet, flavors of blueberries, black currant, and red cherries evolve into a dense, rich finish, perfectly balanced by a clean acidity. The wine boasts fine, creamy, mouth coating tannins which contribute to a long, sophisticated finish.
$45.59 (Regularly $56.99)

THE MENU:

Shepherd’s Pie
Ground beef, carrots, peas, mushrooms, topped with mashed potatoes
$16.00

Lamb Sosaties
Over chick peas with dates, dried apricots, tart cherries, red onion
$17.00

Cape Malay Fish Curry
Over rice
$18.00

Date: Wednesday, October 26th – 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

“A Night In Burgundy, France” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

“A Night In Burgundy, France” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

Posted on Oct 07, 2016 by .

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Open to the public and just $15, our next tasting and pop-up restaurant is a very special Thursday night event featuring the wines from legendary Burgundy, France. We’ll also be offering food from Kitchen Catering and Events and cheese plates by Flora Artisanal Cheese. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces. We’ll get started at 5:30pm and will go until 8:30ish.

Louis Michel Chablis 2014
Reveals notes of white fleshed fruit such as peach, with a mineral structure. On the palate, a stony sensation characterizes this full and pure wine.
$22.40 (Regularly $28.00)

Thierry et Pascale Matrot, Bourgogne Chardonnay 2014
Great as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to charcuterie.
$17.60 (Regularly $22.00)

Domaine Matrot Maranges Vieilles Vignes 2011
The nose has cherry and damp earth w a hint of sap and iron. Swishing shows mostly acid structure, but there is glycerin enough to keep this smooth not sharp. Sipping shows off the tension between the fruit and structure.
$18.62 (Regularly $23.27)
Mongeard-Mugneret Les Narbantons, Savigny-les-Beaune Premier Cru 2012
Smokey nose with earth, cherry and cardamom, tart dried cherry on the attack with earth, black licorice, juicy acidity and mild tannins, finish is long with animal, mushroom, bing cherry and mineral streaks.
$34.08 (Regularly $42.60)

Henri Gouges Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru “Les Pruliers” 2012
Violets, plums, licorice, sweet spices and tar are all woven together in a wine that shows the finesse Nuits can at times achieve. The tannins are firm yet also impeccable in their silkiness. Structurally quite classic, the 2012 will reward cellaring. – 93-96 pts. Antonio Galloni (Vinous)
$77.44 (Regularly $96.80)

Date: Thursday, October 13th – 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

Missing Tastings: Summer Break

Posted on Aug 25, 2016 by .

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When is the next tasting? That is the question we hear most. The answer is we’ve all taken summer vacations. Some went to the beach, while others have been in New York winning the title of best cheesemonger in America. The good news we’ve taken this time to make some upgrades to the space and we’ll be back with more tastings this fall.

Until then,
Cheers!

“A Night In Italy” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

“A Night In Italy” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

Posted on May 31, 2016 by .

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Open to the public and just $5, you’ll taste the following 6 Italian wines at our next tasting and pop-up restaurant. We’ll also be offering food from Kitchen Catering and Events and cheese plates by Flora Artisanal Cheese. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces. We’ll get started at 5:30pm and will go until 8:30ish.

ABOUT THE WINES:

Gaierhof Pinot Grigio 2014
Straw-yellow with greenish highlights. Really elegant with a suggestive fruit aromas of peach and banana, surrounded by jasmine scent. Complex and well-structured, it is filled with lush flavors and a straight forward acidity in the finish.
$15.59 (Regularly $19.49)

Alessandro Rivetto Langhe Arneis Matiré 2013
A straw-yellow color with green reflections. On the nose it is delicate, fruity, and slightly citrusy. It has a fresh, dry flavor and good aromatic persistence. Excellent for before dinner as an aperitif. During a meal, it pairs well with light appetizers and fish.
$15.99 (Regularly $19.95)

La Meridiana Barbera d’Asti “Quattro Terre” 2013
Ruby-red with purple highlights. Intense and elegant it recalls black berries and flowers. Dry, medium to high body with soft tannins and good acidity. It’s an excellent wine easy to be enjoyed at lunch and dinner with any pasta dish, cold cuts, red meat and poultry.
$14.80 (Regularly $18.50)

Poggio dell’Aquila Rosso di Montalcino 2013
The color is a bright ruby red with soft brown highlights. Intense, it recalls dry fruit and rose petals. Full bodied. Well balanced, persistent with soft but persistent tannins. A perfect complement highly seasoned first courses s well as roasted meats and steaks.
$23.59 (Regularly $29.49)

Guado al Melo “Jassarte” IGT 2011
The wine appears a purple-flecked, deep ruby. The nose, multi-layered and quite elegant, is redolent of spices, redcurrant, blueberry, and mint. A crisp, briny note is tasty in the mouth, and it closes with a lengthy finish laden with fragrant dark-fleshed fruit and semi-sweet chocolate. Pairing with soups, boiled meat, poultry roast and grilled meat.
$49.60 (Regularly $62.00)

Gaierhof Moscato Giallo 2013
Golden-yellow with bright greenish highlights. Elegant bouquet it is an explosion of the characteristic aroma of Moscato. Sweet, warm and well-balanced, great acidity it remembers jasmine and orang blossom flower. It’s a delicate dessert wine perfect for creamy cakes and fruit tart. It is excellent with fresh and aged cheese served with fruit and honey.
$15.59 (Regularly $19.49)

Date: Wednesday, June 1st – 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

“A Night of Château Musar” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

“A Night of Château Musar” – Wine Tasting & Pop-Up Restaurant

Posted on May 12, 2016 by .

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Open to the public, and just $10, this Wednesday’s wine tasting and pop-up restaurant will feature the wines of Château Musar, Lebanon’s most famous winery. This special tasting will include 6 wines, including older vintages from 2006, 2007 and 1999.

Founded in 1930, these wine have garnered worldwide acclaim for wonderfully expressing their unique terroir. We’ll also have delicious food from Kitchen Catering and Events and cheese plates by Flora Artisanal Cheese. So, come hungry, bring friends and make a night of it. We love seeing new faces.

Date: Wednesday, May 18th – 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 606 Rivanna Ave (just off Harris St.)
(Park in any of the nearby business lots after 6pm)

About The Wines

Chateau Musar is one of the most written-about and discussed wines in the world today. Founded in 1930 by Gaston Hochar. In 1959, after studying oenology at the University of Bordeaux, his son Serge became winemaker. The civil war that tore Lebanon apart from 1975 to 1990 did not defeat Chateau Musar; Serge refused to abandon the wine, and lost only the 1976 and 1984 vintages to the war. Owing to his inspiring determination and grand passion for his wines, Serge received the inaugural “Man of the Year Award” from Decanter magazine in 1984. Recognition from Michael Broadbent, at the 1979 Bristol Wine Fair, threw Musar into the international spotlight and helped create a cult-like following. Come and taste these wines, including older vintages from 2007, 2006 and 1999.

Jeune Blanc 2014
The Musar Jeune white includes 3 grape varieties – 30% Viognier, 40% Vermentino and 30% Chardonnay. An eclectic blend of French and Sicilian varieties (none of which are found in Chateau Musar White) were harvested in August 2014 and fermented in stainless steel vats, followed by blending, cold stabilisation and bottling in early 2015. The Viognier and Vermentino display wonderful aromatic qualities and fragrance and the Chardonnay had a rich oily texture and a floral nose. This vintage is concentrated with good acidity – full of herbs with white fruits of pears and white peaches on the nose and palate. This is a crisp, mineral well-structured wine that shows complexity and verve.
$19.19 (Regularly $23.99)

Jeune Rouge 2012
Un-oaked and made according to Musar’s natural non-interventionist wine-making philosophy, Musar Jeune wines are vibrantly fruity and richly concentrated. The Musar Jeune Red 2012 is a blend of 50% Cinsault 35% Syrah 15% Cabernet Sauvignon from organically certified vineyards. The grapes were fermented in concrete vats and the wine is not filtered or fined. The 2012 vintage is a deep scarlet with a beguiling smoky black fruits nose, concentrated black berry and mulberry notes, tinged with spice. A good concentration of pure, black and red cherry fruit on the palate is supported by a juicy, fresh acidity – this wine, with soft tannins, is balanced and long and best enjoyed in its youth.
$18.40 (Regularly $23.00)

Hochar 2011
Cinsault, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Carignan from a single vineyard planted over 50 years ago. Gravelly soil over a limestone base. The grapes were fermented between 27°C to 30°C, with 15-30 days maceration in cement vats, followed by 9 months in French Nevers oak barrels. The wine has a deep garnet color with a nose of black­berries and plums, bitter cherries with hints of Assam tea leaves and cloves. On the palate, there are cranberries, Christ­mas cake spices, coffee beans and tobacco. It is drier than the 2009 due to the dominance of the Carignan. The result is a wine with ripe fruit, firm structure, good acidity and excel­lent aromatics. It will benefit from being decanted. Cellared in a steady environment, it will keep for at least a decade.
$31.99 (Regularly $38.99)

2007 Chateau Musar Rouge
Bordeaux grape Cabernet Sauvignon lends black fruit flavours; Rhône grapes Cinsault and Carignan contribute fragrance (violets; pepper) and supple spiciness. Either set of qualities might dominate a particular vintage, but the style is always emphatically Lebanese: enticingly aromatic, with persistent fruit flavours.2007 was an unusual year. The winter was quite normal until late January when temperatures rose until mid-March and then another winter arrived. Flowering had started in April for some grape varieties and then on the 20th April, we experienced a sudden frost which damaged some young leaves. May in the Bekaa Valley is typically sunny and fresh but this year, it was cloudy and rainy for about 20 days. 30% of the flowering didn’t happen which resulted in a smaller harvest.
$44.00 (Regularly $55.00)

1999 Chateau Musar Rouge
1999 was an exceptional year with concentrated flavors of plum and blackberry, hints of fig, prune, distinct liquorice and spice. Firm but fine tannins, good acidity and body, vibrant and fresh with streaks of cedar and cinnamon lead to a long finish.
Made from Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon and Carignan, all of which are grown around three wine villages, Ammiq, Aana and Kefraya, made even more complicated by the diversity of soils from rich to rocky, which with vintage variations, necessitate the sort of juggling act at which Serge Hochar is a supreme performer. Fermentation took place in cement vats with maceration periods of up to four weeks, and then the wine was aged for one year in French oak. It was blended at the end of its second year (August 2001) and bottled in the summer of 2002.
$66.00 (Regularly $82.50)

2006 Chateau Musar Blanc
2006 was a challenging year in Lebanon as in July, without warning, the country came under siege. Everybody thought that the vintage would be lost but we persevered even though the conditions around us were very difficult and dangerous. The resulting wine is outstanding with subtle oak, a creamy-texture, rich yet dry and intensely citrusy, with honeyed nuances.
$47.99 (Regularly $59.99)

About The Food

By Kitchen Catering + Events

Mediterranean Bowl • 16
Your choice of Steak, Chicken Shawarma or Falafel with brown rice, greens, chick pea salad, caramelized eggplant, roasted corn, beets, feta and tzatziki sauce. Side of flatbread

Cheese Plate • 12
By Flora Artisanal Cheese