Thursday, July 5 from 5:00-8:00 PM
Wine Study: The Pinot Family
Pinot Noir is a promiscuous grape. It's the parent of Chardonnay, Aligoté, and Gamay, and it's also created many different clones of itself. In addition, over time it's mutated into pink-skinned Pinot Gris and white-skinned Pinot Blanc. All three were once widely grown in Burgundy and Champagne; that's still the case with Pinot Noir, but Pinots Gris and Blanc are now concentrated in Alsace. We've got six examples of the three varieties, from Burgundy, Alsace, California, and even New York.
- Channing Daughters Pinot Grigio Long Island 2017 $19
- Merisi Pinot Gris Los Carneros 2016 $22
- Domaine Roland Schmitt Alsace Pinot Blanc 2016 $21
- Jean Fournier Bourgogne Blanc 2014 $23
- Anne Amie Winemaker's Selection Pinot Noir 2015 $25
- Camus-Bruchon & Fils "Les Pimentiers" Savigny-les-Beaune 2015 $39
- This is a drop in tasting. Come anytime from 5 to 8!
- Reservation not necessary.
- Wines poured on sale for 10% discount during the event.