Cabernet World Tour de Vines | Wednesday Jan. 25th | 6:30pm
Join us for Cabernet World Tour de Vines
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
$30 per person + 20% Gratuity & Tax (Food Not Included)
A limited food menu will be available for purchase separately.
Taste Cabernet Sauvignon from different continents and learn the differences in farming and flavor profiles.
Bodega Catena Zapata, Cabernet Sauv | Mendoza, Argentina The Catena wines are crafted by fourth-generation vintner Laura Catena and chief winemaker Alejandro Vigil using grapes from the family’s High Mountain Estate Vineyards. These wines are typically enjoyed soon after their release, but they also have the ability to age beautifully for up to 20 years. The Catena family has spent decades studying and exploring the high-altitude terroirs of Mendoza to identify the best locations for their estate vineyards. The resulting wines have a unique character, featuring natural balance, concentration, and a distinct varietal identity.
Braai, Cabernet Sauv | Western Cape, South Africa Barbecue, also known as braai in South Africa, has a long history in the country. Every year on September 24th, South Africa celebrates Heritage Day, which was renamed Braai4Heritage in 2007 to recognize the cultural significance of barbecue in the country. This Cabernet wine captures the essence of braai with its bold flavors of dark berries, earth, and smoke. It is perfect for socializing and pairs well with a variety of BBQ flavors.
Scaia, Veneto Cabernet Sauv. | Veneto, Italy Tenuta Sant’Antonio launched the Scaia project in 2006 with the goal of creating modern, non-traditional wines. For the Torre Melotti wine, the winemaker used the appassimento technique, typically used with Corvina grapes in Valpolicella, on 100% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. The result is a full-bodied wine with firm tannins and flavors of black currant and cedar. It is named after a house in the vineyard that has a tower (torre) that was used as a watchtower during World War I. This wine pairs well with lamb and robust cheeses.
Ringbolt, Cabernet Sauv. | Western Australia Western Australia’s southwest coastline is known for its rugged beauty and the many shipwrecks that litter its shores, including the Ringbolt. The Ringbolt was sunk in the late 1800s in Ringbolt Bay, located on the southern tip of the Margaret River wine region. This region is located near Cape Leeuwin and is influenced by the temperate, maritime climate of the Indian and Southern Oceans, creating ideal conditions for growing Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.
One Stone Cellars, Cabernet Sauv. | Paso Robles, CA One Stone is a tribute to the determination and strength of women. These wines are meant to be enjoyed on any occasion and are made with grapes from our family vineyard and other premium sites in Paso Robles, known for producing high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon. The resulting wines are sophisticated, elegant, and powerful, reflecting the qualities of the land and women they represent.
Matthew Joseph | Cabernet Sauv. | Napa Valley The Matthew Joseph Cabernet Sauvignon is a rich, dark burgundy color with a classic Napa Valley Cabernet aroma of black currant, cassis, sweet tobacco, and Chinese five spice. On the palate, it has a creamy texture with broad tannins, flavors of wild blackberries, saddle leather, vanilla, and fully integrated oak. This wine is well-balanced and complex.