Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Wine Tastings & Events: January 19-22, 2011

Marquis Philips
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Wednesday, January 19 
The Andersons, Sylvania, Wine Tasting. 6-8 PM. Blind Tasting: We will be sampling four outstanding wines, and asking your opinions.
Don’t miss the fun. Flight $6.00.
 
Beer and Wine Cave, 4400 Heatherdowns, (419) 382-6221. 6-9 PM. Zinfandel Wines. $15.

Thursday, January 20 059216-yellow-road-sign-icon-food-beverage-food-grapes
The Andersons, Maumee, Wine Tasting. 5-7 PM. Closeouts, continued: 1. Marquis Philips Grenache, 2. Cameron Hughes Tannat, 3. Lot 205 Zinfandel, 4. Sterling Diamond Mountain Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon. $4.00  per flight or nominal fee per sample.    

The Andersons, Talmadge Road. Wine Tasting. 6-8 PM. The Heart of Darkness: Big, full, dark reds wines. 1. Pietra Santa Cabernet, California, 2. Girard Petite Sirah, California, 3. Erales Malbec, Argentina, 4. Buoncristiani Napa Red, 5. Elderton Command Shiraz 2002, Australia, 6. Noval Black Port Dessert Wine, 7. Les Terrasses Priorat Red, Spain, 8. Zenato Vlapolcella, Italy. Nominal fee per sample.

Beer and Wine Cave, 4400 Heatherdowns, (419) 382-6221. 6-9 PM. Zinfandel Wines. $15.

Corks Wine and Liquor, Promenade Plaza, 27250 Crossroads Pkwy., Rossford – (419) 872-6800. 6-9 PM. What About Merlot? This edition of our Greatest Grapes series features that red-headed stepchild of the wine world: Merlot. Often overlooked and consistently underrated, Merlot is most certainly a world class varietal that merits further examination. Join us as we conduct shady experiments on merlots from all around the world.  Nominal fee per sample.

Friday, January 21
Aficionado Wine and Cigars, The Shoppes at RiverPlace, 26567 N. Dixie Highway, Suite 135, Perrysburg, (419-873-4444). 5:00 – 8:30 p.m. Burgundy Wines from Albert Bichot: 1. Chablis Domaine Long-Depaquit, 2. Macon-Villages, 3. Gevrey-Chambertin, 4. Pommard. $20 tasting.

Corks Wine and Liquor, Promenade Plaza, 27250 Crossroads Pkwy., Rossford – (419) 872-6800. 6-9 PM. What About Merlot? This edition of our Greatest Grapes series features that red-headed stepchild of the wine world: Merlot. Often overlooked and consistently underrated, Merlot is most certainly a world class varietal that merits further examination. Join us as we conduct shady experiments on merlots from all around the world.  Nominal fee per sample.

* Special Event * Wine by the Glass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art. 7:00 – 9:30 PM. Drop-in wine tasting: Deepest Purple. Enjoy four wines, light snacks and a view of the Glass Pavilion Hot Shop. $15 members, $20 non-members.

Saturday, January 22  
Aficionado Wine and Cigars, The Shoppes at RiverPlace, 26567 N. Dixie Highway, Suite 135, Perrysburg, (419-873-4444). 5:00 – 8:30 p.m. Burgundy Wines from Albert Bichot: 1. Chablis Domaine Long-Depaquit, 2. Macon-Villages, 3. Gevrey-Chambertin, 4. Pommard. $20 tasting.

The Andersons, Woodville Mall. 1-3 PM. Closeout wines. 1. Astica Torrantes Argentina, 2. Sonoma Vineyards Syrah Ca, 3. Henkell Rose Brut Germany, 4. Waterbrook Reserve Merlot. $1.25 per flight or nominal fee per sample.

Walt Churchill’s Market, 3320 Briarfield. Maumee, (419) 794-4000. Noon to 5:00 PM. Regional Differences in Australian Wines. Nominal fee per sample or by the flight. Normal tastings $10 to $20.
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