Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Toledo Area Wine Events & Tastings: October 7-10, 2015


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soho black label 001Wednesday, October 7
The Andersons, Sylvania, 6-8 PM. Four New Wines & One Old Favorite: 1. Louis Latour 2013 Grand Ardeche Chardonnay, 2. NEW: Le Grand Bouqueteau 2013 Chinon, 3. NEW: Gentleman's Collection 2014 Red Blend, 4. NEW: Gentleman's Collection 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, 5. NEW: The Cleaver 2011 Red Blend. Nominal fee per sample or $9 per flight.
 
Manhattan’s Restaurant, 1516 Adams Street, Toledo –  (419) 243-6675. 6:30 PM. Uptown Wine Tasting.
 
Veritas Cork and Craft, 505 Jefferson Avenue, Toledo – (419) 214- 9463. 5:30 – 7:30 PM. Wine Tasting. $15 per person.
 
Thursday, October 8
Andersons, Maumee, Wine Tasting. 5-7 PM. France VS. USA: 1. 2014 Domaine du Pegau – Pink Pegau Rosé – France, 2. 2013 Toad Hollow – Dry Rosé of Pinot Noir –  California, USA, 3. 2010 Petit Paveil – Red Bordeaux – Bordeaux, France, 4. 2012 H Columbia Crest – Horse Heaven Hills – Merlot – Washington, USA. $5 flight or nominal fee per sample.

[Information on tastings can be sent toTWAV@ATT.NET]

Andersons, Talmadge Road, Wine Tasting. 6 – 8 PM. Bordeaux Tasting Night.
Bordeaux, France is the largest and perhaps finest grape growing and wine making region in the world. 1. Rayne Vigneau Bordeaux Blanc, 2. Chateau Maison Blanc 2009, 3. Chateau Billeron Bouquey Saint-Emilion 2009, 4. Chateau Limbourg Pessac-Leognan 2010, 5. Chateau Taillefer Pomerol 2009, 6. Les Hauts de Lynch Moussas Haut-Medoc 2010, 7. Chateau Moulin de Tricot Margaux 2011, 8. La Fleur D'Or Sauternes 2011. Nominal fee per sample.

Corks Wine and Liquor, Promenade Plaza, 27250 Crossroads Pkwy., Rossford – (419) 872-6800. Thursday Wine Tasting, 6-8 PM.

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, October 9.
Walt Churchill's Market, 26625 Dixie Hwy, Perrysburg, (419) 872-6900. Wine tasting – 4:00 – 7:00 PM.  Join us with guest host Jeff Stroud from Natural States Distributing for a little taste of the old world. 1. Fracois Montand Blanc de Blanc Brut, 2. Little James Basket Press White, 3. Franco Serrra Barbera
St. Cosme Cotes-du-Rhones, 4. Marina Cvetic Riserva Trebbiano. Nominal fee per sample or $5 per flight.
 
Toledo Museum of Art – (419) 255-8000 Ext. 7448. 6:30 – 8:30 PM. Wine By The Glass Pavilion: Fall’s Finest – Autumn Evening Sips. Enjoy four wines and light snacks during It’s Friday! at the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion. Tickets are $20 for members, $30 for nonmembers.

Saturday, October 10
Walt Churchill’s Market, 3320 Briarfield. Maumee, (419) 794-4000. 2-6 PM. Burgundy Tasting: Some of the greatest wines in the world come from Burgundy, but are also very expensive. We will find wines from Chablis, Macon, and the Cote d’ Or that will fit any pocket book. If the weather is nice, the Patio is open. Nominal fee per sample.

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:

24th Annual Wine Affair – “007 License to Thrill” – Friday, November 20th – 6:30 PM, Parkway Place, Maumee. To benefit the Kidney Foundation of Northwest Ohio.

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).

Last Thursday of Each Month, 6-8 PM – Monthly wine tasting. Maumee Wines, 2556 Parkway Plaza, Maumee – (419) 893-2525. Wine and appetizers. $40 per person.

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