In order for us to stage the best possible event at the best price, we have a few rules. . .advance reservations are strongly suggested/ no perfume or cologne please/ prices quoted are for advance reservations/ prices may vary on the day of the event/ it's always a good idea to call to be sure there is space. ...no 'sharing' tastes/tickets, only one person admitted to designated tasting area per ticket, sales tax will be added, ending times are firm, cancellations must be 48hr in advance, "no shows" are not entitled to refunds as we view reservations like tickets to a show or sporting event.
Legend: (G)= 'Grande Format' Event of 17-20 Wines, (M)='Mezzo' Event of 12-16 Wines, (S)='Small' Event of 1-12 Wines
things are definitely less dramatic in some parts of the wine world, all is
well in Deutschland (except for the accountants since the quantities are far
below normal). While we can never commit
to a lineup until gametime (you never know what might show up), the
possibilities are pretty exciting no matter what happens. There may be some of the first 2013s (a
vintage rumored to be excellent), or we may look at a few more 2012s (a vintage
that has already been touted as excellent).
A trocken here, a rosé there, here a Pinot, there a Grüner, clearly
there are plenty of ways to go to present an exciting group of wines (we are
going to touch on Austria as well since the appropriate nibbles menu is
virtually the same). Sehr gut. $24