Founded in 1584, Gosset is the oldest wine house in the Champagne region. Originally Pierre Gosset made extremely popular still red wines. It wasn’t until the 18th century did the wines from Gosset begin to bubble. The Grand Reserve is made up of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. It is fresh, with mineral and fruit notes.
The Schramsberg is a historic winery specializing in sparkling wine from St. Helena, California. Back in 19685, the Shramsberg Blanc de Blancs was the first commercial use of Chardonnay in American sparkling wine. It was also used in President Nixon’s 1972 “Toast to Peace” and has been served at official state functions by every US Presidential administration since.
Bisol has been making Prosecco since 1542! Crede is a dialect word for clay, which is a defining feature of the terrain in Valdobbiadene in which the grapes for this Prosecco Superiore are cultivated. This wine offers a fresh and elegant bouquet of flowers and fruit. On the palate it is bright with flavors of pear and apple.
The Montefalco Rosso from Arnaldo Caprai is a red blend of Sangiovese, Sagrantino and Merlot. This organic winery in Umbria looks to produce the best wines that reflect their unique terroir. The wine is dry and fresh with notes of dark fruit, flowers and a touch of herbaciousness. It is a classic old world Italian style that can be sipped by itself or enjoyed with a hearty pasta dish or cheeses.
Thursday, December 13, 2018 from 5pm to 8pm.