Our weekly Friday night tasting continues tonight with four fun brews & four wines!
We’re tasting across California this week with four delicious wines (pictured above) that will each be poured by Wine Trends’ own Craig Cracchiolo. On the white side we’ve got a crisp Sauvignon Blanc with notes of citrus & peach, alongside a balanced & toasty Chardonnay from Santa Barbara. With the reds we are embracing the coming of Halloween & the return of the hit show American Horror Story, with a ‘cryptic’ red blend & a ‘freakshow’ of a Cabernet, both from Sonoma County.
R Collection Sauvignon Blanc | 2013
Fess Parker Chardonnay | 2013
Cryptic Red Blend | 2011
Freakshow Cabernet Sauvignon | 2012
This week in beer we’ve got an imperial pumpkin ale, a dark and robust oatmeal porter, an American black IPA, and a triple IPA that will end this tasting on 122 IBUs!
Fat Head’s Brewery | Spooky Tooth
Highland Brewing Co.| Oatmeal Porter
21st Amendment Brewery | Back In Black
Knee Deep Brewing Co. | Hoparillo
$5/4 beers & $5/4 wines plus some tasty apps! See you tonight!
When: Friday, September 19, 2014 | 530-730pm
Where: 320 W 4th Street | Cincinnati, OH | 45202
Cost: $5/4 wines and/or $5/4 beers
This week our lineup is 100% Californian. First up, we’ve got The Pinot Project,
a line founded in 2009 by wine importer Michael Skurnik, and crafted from grapes
of notable AVAs like Sonoma County, Carneros & Monterey. Second, we present Hayes
Valley of San Martin in the northern central coast of California.
[NEW] The Pinot Project Pinot Grigio 
The Pinot Project Pinot Noir 
Hayes Valley Meritage Red Wine 
[NEW] Hayes Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 
The wines will each be poured by Lauren from Vintner Select Wines.
This Friday we’re sticking with the start of fall and chose beers that reminded
us of all the fun things we have to look forward to this season. We’ve got a harvest
ale, a spiced brown ale, a seasonal red IPA and, of course, a tasty pumpkin beer.
Ommegang Scythe & Sickle | 5 Rabbit 5 Vulture
Goose Island Rambler IPA | Dogfish Head Punkin
Come hang out and try some new things with us!
Tomorrow evening from 530-730pm, we’ll be hosting our weekly wine & beer tasting here at the store. We’ve got Dennis from Cutting Edge wines pouring a Prosecco, a French Sauvignon Blanc, an Argentinian Malbec, & an Italian red blend. Vince from Stagnaro Distributing will be hosting the beer side of things, pouring up a bunch of fall favorites! We’ve got a smokey New Belgium/3 Floyds collaboration ale, NB’s Tour de Fall, Oskar Blues’ Old Chub, and Rivertown’s seasonal pumpkin ale. So whether you like beer, wine or both, come down and see us tomorrow evening. It’s only $5 to taste 4 wines or 4 beers & $10 to do both. Cheers!
Our wine tasting will feature a pair of roses that will knock your socks off! Beerwise, we’ll taste Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale and Stout, along with Kentucky Kolsch and Kentucky Peach Barrel Wheat Ale. Jill Hettersimer of Lexington’s Alltech Brewery and Distillery will host! Taste 4 wines for $5, or 4 beers for $5. Our tasting runs from 5:30-7:30 pm, and no reservations are necessary. Check out our Tastings page for more information. See you here!
Men are like fine wine. They all start out like grapes, and it’s our job to stomp on them and keep them in the dark until they mature into something you’d like to have dinner with.
Join us for Summer on the Mediterranean tonight in downtown Cincinnati! We’ll taste 4 wines that will transport you to Europe, including a sparkling Cava from Spain and a delicious Chianti from Italy. On the beer side, we’ll feature among others a lemon shandy and a Belgian ale – the latter in honor of Belgian Independence Day on Monday, July 21. Taste 4 wines for $5, or 4 beers for $5. Our tasting runs from 5:30-7:30 pm, and no reservations are necessary. Check out our Tastings page for more information. See you here!
Nothing is better for the vineyard soil than the farmer’s footprints.
Join us tonight to taste wine and beer in downtown Cincinnati! We’ll feature Summer Wines Under $10, including a refreshing vinho verde and a red blend that’s great for burgers. On the beer side, we’ll have a ginger beer and a citrusy summer shandy, among others. Our tasting runs from 5:30-7:30 pm, and no reservations are necessary. Please click to our Tastings page for more information. See you here!
A bottle of wine contains more philosophy than all the books in the world.
Stock up now for your July 4th holiday wine and beer needs! We will be open this week on Tuesday July 1, Wednesday July 2, and Thursday July 3, from 12-7 pm.
In honor of America’s birthday, we will be closed Friday, July 4 and Saturday, July 5. (Yes, that means there will be no wine tasting this week!)
We will reopen Tuesday, July 8.
Happy 4th of July!