Events

August 2017
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Alsace & Loire

5:00 pm

This weekend’s wine tasting will feature wines from Alsace & Loire France. Oui,Oui! Stop in and try some of the new French wines we've found from these two wonderful regions of France. (Where we believe the best French wines come from).

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Alsace & Loire

11:00 am

This weekend’s wine tasting will feature wines from Alsace & Loire France. Oui,Oui! Stop in and try some of the new French wines we've found from these two wonderful regions of France. (Where we believe the best French wines come from).

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Burgundy & Beaujolais

5:00 pm

This weekend’s wine tasting will feature wines from Burgundy & Beaujolais France. Continuing our exploration of the regions of France we move down to Burgundy and Beaujolais. Burgundy is one of France's main wine producing areas. It is well known for both its red and white wines, mostly made from Pinot noir and Chardonnay grapes, and Beaujolais is known for wine generally made of the Gamay grape which has a thin skin and is low in tannins.

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Burgundy & Beaujolais

11:00 am

This weekend’s wine tasting will feature wines from Burgundy & Beaujolais France. Continuing our exploration of the regions of France we move down to Burgundy and Beaujolais. Burgundy is one of France's main wine producing areas. It is well known for both its red and white wines, mostly made from Pinot noir and Chardonnay grapes, and Beaujolais is known for wine generally made of the Gamay grape which has a thin skin and is low in tannins.

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Bordeaux

5:00 pm

This weekend’s wine tasting will feature wines from Bordeaux France. Continuing our exploration of the regions of France this month, we move down to Bordeaux. Bordeaux is known for being a rather posh wine region and the land of regal chateaus and home to five “first growths” and multiple trophy wines. There’s some fine drinking to be had here, as well as some wines with cellaring potential.

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Bordeaux

11:00 am

This weekend’s wine tasting will feature wines from Bordeaux France. Continuing our exploration of the regions of France this month, we move down to Bordeaux. Bordeaux is known for being a rather posh wine region and the land of regal chateaus and home to five “first growths” and multiple trophy wines. There’s some fine drinking to be had here, as well as some wines with cellaring potential.

Art Stomp

1:00 pm

Berea Fine Arts Club will join us again this year setting up on the lawn out front. Stop by and enjoy some great deals on local art, listen to live music, eat great food, and drink some wonderful wines. 1pm-9pm

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Rhone, Provence, & Languedoc

5:00 pm

This weekend’s wine tasting will feature wines from Rhone, Provence, and Languedoc France. Continuing our exploration of the regions of France this month, we move down to the south of France. Finish off this month with wines from one of our favorite regions of France. Can you say Rose, or Châteauneuf-du-Pape? We can!

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Rhone, Provence, & Languedoc

11:00 am

This weekend’s wine tasting will feature wines from Rhone, Provence, and Languedoc France. Continuing our exploration of the regions of France this month, we move down to the south of France. Finish off this month with wines from one of our favorite regions of France. Can you say Rose, or Châteauneuf-du-Pape? We can!

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