OUR FEATURED WINES
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The aroma is crème de cassis, hazelnut, cocoa, blackberry preserves, charred meat, and blackberry pie. Rich and satisfying on the palate with dark chocolate, yogurt, molasses, brown sugar and rhubarb notes.
No oak barrels, no tricky fermentation techniques, no smoke and mirrors. The wine was produced in stainless steel containers to preserve the unaltered taste of Riesling from the Mosel valley. -crisp acidity due to cool climate, -tingling minerality from slate soil and -bursting fruit from the queen of grapes:“Riesling”.
Drinking Wine May Help You Live Over 85 Years!
Credit : The Hearty Soul Wouldn’t it be great to live longer than the national average? Not many people are lucky enough for that to happen, but recently, more and more people seem to adding more birthday celebrations to their lives. So why are we living longer than generations before us? The answer isn’t as simple as black or white – or should we say red or white. Living Longer With…Wine? While it’s true that we’ve made huge jumps in medicine that has done a great deal on keeping us healthy and living longer, but that’s not the only thing keeping us going. So what’s the secret to us living longer? The study, appropriately named the 90+ Study, began in 2003 in the hopes of studying the oldest-old which is becoming the fastest growing age group in the world. The initial participants of the study were part of another study called The Leisure World Cohort Study (LWCS) which began in 1981. Leisure World was a large retirement community in Orange County, California and the 14,000 participants were mailed surveys that they filled out. Using the information from the 14,000 participants of the LWCS, researchers from the 90+ Study were able to […]
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SOME OF OUR CLUB OPTIONS
A Club for Any Type of Wine Lover
Yoga & Wine Night
March 22, 2019 | 6pm – 9pm | Cost : $30 per person or $15 for just wine People love wine. People love yoga. Why not pair the two for one special event? Falyn Tilocco will lead a soothing slow flow class at the studio then we will enjoy wine education, tasting, and apps with Adam Bossin. You are sure to experience a fun, lighthearted evening where we get together to celebrate connection and community. Yoga Class at 6:30pm 6673 Wilson Mills Road Gates Mills, Ohio 44040 Wine Tasting at 7:45pm 544 Miner Road Highland Hts., Ohio 44143
Cabernets From Around the World
March 15, 2019 | 5pm – 8pm | Cost : $10 per person If you are a Cabernet lover, then you don’t want to miss this tasting. We will be featuring Cabs from California, Washington, Argentina and Spain. And for all our Treasure Hunter fans, we will be pouring the new Scandalous 🙂 Treasure Hunter Scandalous (Washington) – $19.99 Bonanza (California) – $21.99 Sinergia (Spain) – $14.99 Infinito (Argentina) – $24.99 $10 per person
Wagner Family Wine Tasting
March 8, 2019 | 5pm – 8pm | Cost : $15 per person For our Friday night tasting, we’ve brought in some new wines from Chuck Wagner, the maker of Caymus Cabernet. These are some great new California wines. So start your weekend off right and come taste some new wines. Sea Sun Chardonnay – $19.99 Conundrum Red Blend – $24.99 Bonanza Cabernet Sauvignon – $21.99 Red Schooner Malbec – $49.99 Cost : $15 per person
It’s truly a great experience to be able to spend time with so many other wine lovers. And the VIP tastings are easily some of my favorite events. Love trying new wines.