Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Toledo Area Wine Events & Tastings: March 4-7, 2015

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TasteCamp North 2011 087Wednesday, March 4
The Andersons, Sylvania, 6– 8 PM. New Items Plus a Couple Great Closeouts: 1. Cadence 2012 Coda Red, 2. Portada 2011 Tinto, 3. Almirez 2009 Tinto de Toro, 4. Kung Fu Girl 2013 Riesling. Nominal fee per sample or $5 per flight.

Veritas Cork and Craft, 505 Jefferson Avenue, Toledo – (419) 214- 9463. 5:00 – 8:00 PM. Wednesday Wine Tasting. Come out with friends, have fun, taste good juice! $15 per person.

Zinful Wine Bar, (419) 878-9463, 7541 Dutch Road, Waterville, 5:30 – 8 PM. Wednesday Wine Tasting.

Thursday, March 5
Andersons, Maumee, Wine Tasting. 5-7 PM. Come on Spring! 1. 2012 Lasbrisas – Verdejo – Rueda, Spain, 2. 2013 le Rose de Mouton Cadet – Bordeaux Rose – Bordeaux, France, 3. 2010 Clos du Mont-Olivet – Red Blend – Cotes-Du-Rhone, France, 4. 2013 Josh Cellars – Cabernet Sauvignon – Hopland, California. Nominal fee per sample or $4.50 per flight.

Andersons, Talmadge Road, Wine Tasting. 6-8 PM. West Coast Red Wine Blends: 1. Ghost Pines Red, 2. Red Dirt Red, 3. Stratton Lummis "The Riddler," 4. Treana Red, 5. Brian Carter Cellars Tuttorosso, 6. Abstract Red, 7. Carne Humana Red, 8. Kenefick Ranch Pickett Road Red. Nominal fee per sample.

Corks Wine and Liquor, Promenade Plaza, 27250 Crossroads Pkwy., Rossford – (419) 872-6800. 6-9 PM. Weekly wine tasting.
 
WineTastings-1_thumb1_thumb_thumb_thNoir Fine Wine and Beer, 1616 East Wooster, Bowling Green, 6-9 PM. Nominal fee per sample or priced per flight.

TREO Wine Bar, 5703 Main St., Sylvania, (419) 882-2266. Wine & Cheese Thursday. Explore the wonderful world of wine and cheese. Try four different wines with a sample platter of the day’s cheese.
 
Friday, March 6
Walt Churchill's Market, 26625 Dixie Hwy, Perrysburg, (419) 872-6900. Wine tasting. 4:00 – 7:00 PM. Doug will be featuring the Francis Ford Coppola wines. Nominal fee per sample.
 
Saturday, March 7
Walt Churchill’s Market, 3320 Briarfield. Maumee, (419) 794-4000. 12:00 – 5:00 PM. The Diversity of Sonoma County Wines. Sonoma County is America’s premier wine growing area with over 1700 square miles and 60,000 acres under vine. There are 16+ sub regions with incredible diverse microclimates. There are cool coastlines, deep pine forest, rolling agricultural pastures, steep rocky mountainsides, and more. Almost every important American grape variety is grown here.  Nominal fee per sample.
 
SPECIAL EVENT Glass City Wine Festival, Seagate Center, Toledo. Admission tickets are from 1:00 to 4:00 PM ($25) and 6 PM to 9 PM ($30). If tickets don’t sell out, they will be available at the door for $5 more. Regional wines, gourmet cheese and fare from local restaurants and unique gifts from a number of local, craft businesses. Nineteen different Ohio wineries will be pouring at the event. For more information, and to order tickets, visit the Glass City Wine Festival website here.
 
AREA WINE BARS
  • Veritas Cork and Craft, 505 Jefferson Avenue, Toledo – (419) 214- 9463.
  • Zinful Wine Bar, (419) 878-9463, 7541 Dutch Road, Waterville.

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Up & Coming:

Tuesdays – Weekly wine tasting at Forrester's on the River, 26 Main St. Toledo – (419) 691-2626. 5:00 – 7:00 PM. Five to six unique tastings of wine, that are not found on the menu, along with an assortment of tapas style appetizers to complement the wines.  Tastings are between $10-$15 per person and are held in their wine bar (Paige's Wine Bar). 

April 7 - TREO Restaurant, 5703 Main St., Sylvania, (419) 882-2266. Spring Fling Wine Dinner. Join us for an elegant evening with wine pairings and a special menu celebrating the fresh & flavorful tastes of spring. $75 includes tax & gratuity. Call for reservations or email events@treosylvania.com.

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