Wednesday December 7th at 6:30pm
$30 per person + 20% Gratuity & Tax (Food Not Included)
Limited food menu will be available.
Taste and learn the differences between Organic, Biodynamic and Sustainably Farmed Wines!
2020 Naveran, Brut Nature Cava, Penedes-Spain
Oldest family owned producing cava since 1901. Granted the worldwide recognized certification for labeling products as Vegan and Vegetarian.
2021 Schloss Gobelsberg, Gruner Veltliner, Kamptal-Austria
Is one of the oldest wineries in the Austrian Danube area with a documented history that dates back to 1171. Sustainably farmed.
2020 Domaine Cordier “Jean de la Vigne”, Bourgogne Blanc-France
Practicing Organic with biodynamic principles on 30 hectares. The vineyard team has taken the revolutionary step of focusing on organic and biodynamic farming practices and drastically reducing yields.
2021 Bonny Doon “Vin gris de cigare” Rosé, Central Coast-USA
Blend of 47% Cinsault, 42% Grenache, 6.5% Grenache Blanc, 4.5% Clairette Blanch from Practicing from the following Biodynamic Vineyards: Central Coast, CA- 66% Monterey, 17% Santa Ynez, 9% San Lucas, 4.5% Arroyo Seco, 3.5% San Bernabe
2021 Inkarri, Malbec, Mendoza-Argentina
Inkarri wines are produced from the Biodynamic vineyards in the small village of Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo, “the home of Malbec.” 30% of the wine is aged in 225L French oak barrels for a min. of 8 months, 70% of the wine is aged in concrete vats without epoxy sealing.
2021 Produttori di Manduria “Electric Bee” Primitivo, Puglia-Italy
Organic farming, 3E certified (by Equalitas, for farming + carbon footprint + fair trade practices); fermented/aged in stainless steel, bottled with minimal added SO2.