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Thursday, January 10 from 5:00-8:00 PM

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir has a long and revered history. A native of Burgundy, it may have been the first - but certainly not the last - to be described as the wine of kings. Charlemagne, for example, was a big proponent and Napoleon (though only an emperor) had French troops bow in honor of Clos Vougeot . There may be a thousand different clones of Pinot, from "massale"/ field blends, to "heritage" (in California that means Swan, Martini, Mt. Eden and a few others), to Dijon 115, 667, 777, "828", etc. Please join us for the following examples of my favorite grape:


Additional Information: 

  • This is a drop in tasting. Come anytime from 5 to 8!
  • Reservation not necessary.
  • $25/tasting.
  • Wines poured on sale for 10% discount during the event.