• 2010 Gotim Bru Castell Del Remei
  • 2010 Gotim Bru Castell Del Remei

    Spain , Lieida, Penelles, Tempranillo, Garnacha, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Red Blend

    Pairs well with:

    Pasta Cheese Red Meats
    • Aug


    • Double Header - NEW BEER & Burgundy PLUS The Barrel Table Tasting


      Okay it's your turn, new release beers and for those of you that like their pinot's in France it's Burgundy night. Looks like we are in for another one of those nights.


      At the Barrel Table   The Triumph of Tuscany   6:30 & 8:00 pm


      It has been said that there is no place like it on earth. The sun kisses the land from one horizon to the other, at times you stand in a land that time has forgotten. It's from that point that you find, "The Triumph of Tuscany." It's the bread basket of Italy, bordering on the traditional elements of Italian life and the new wave of modern Europe. 


      For some Sangeovese is the "blood of Jove" that runs through Italian veins, for others it laid some of the opening salvos of what has become the new wave of Italian wine. Whatever it is there is little doubt that Tuscany is at the forefront of the new era in Italian wine. The triumph that is Tuscany is just that, A Triumph!


      A look into what has become the triumph of not only Italian wine but Tuscany.


      email :  david@vendometolucalake.com to reserve your spot

    • Aug


    • Bordeaux & Rhone


      What do Bordeaux and the Rhone have in Common? Well, there both in France....(Duh) But what about the grapes and the style of wines they produce? Now that's a great question. They are exactly the same. Yup, no difference what so ever.


      Now I know that sounds crazy right, I mean, BORDEAUX wines are comprised of Cabernet, Merlot, Cab Franc, Petit Verdot and Malbec, while the wines of the Rhone are predominately GSM's - Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre, with a few other grape varietals as well, and those are just the red wines. So how do they taste exactly the same?


      FAKE NEWS - that's how!  They don't taste remotely the same, and that's why you must come in tonight and check 'em out for yourself.  Don't believe what someone else tells you, it's imperative that you discover the nuances for yourself.


      Join us and you'll understand what we're talking about.

    • Aug


    • Saisons, Sours & Stouts

    • Dec


    • Gift Basket Flip Book

      Ho Ho Ho! Our 2016 Gift Baskets are ready to order and we've created a flipbook to make your hol…

    • May


    • Know Your Palate

      Many people take for granted enjoying a bottle of their favorite wine with friends. Being able to de…

    • Apr


    • Selectivity is a must

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    • Ales

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