Wine Tasting July 18th

lined up and ready to be tasted@

lined up and ready to be tasted@

Join us for a Benefit Wine Tasting that will help Kimalee Szumalis as she battles Cancer. Light Appetizers will be paired with selected Wines. Featuring fine wines from Pine State Beverage. Buy a case of 12 bottles, mix and match and receive 10% off. We will also be featuring the art work of Bill Landmesser. 

Here is a preview of the wines we will be tasting:


Crossings Pinot Noir –  New Zealand  $15.99

Ruby red hue through to the core of the wine. Finely poised aromas of red cherry, spice, raspberry and gentle smokiness. Vibrantly intense with a full rich and silky mid-palate. Aged in French oak for 9 months. Pairs perfectly with lamb or salmon.

Hob Nob Wicked Red – France $9.99          

Reveals aromas of roasted coffee, mocha, toasted hazelnut, and spicy notes embellished with hints of orange zest and flower. Wonderful with barbecued foods and cheeses.

Man Cabernet Sauvignon– South Africa $8.99

South African Cabernets are a lovely mix between new world fruitiness and old world elegance. This is a bold and juicy red wine with red-berry fruit aromas and a touch of oak spice. Classic Cabernet cassis and red-currant fruit flavors with silky tannins and a long finish. Should go nicely with a wide range of foods, particularly red meats and pasta


Pichot Vouvray, Chenin Blanc – France $13.99

Golden raisins on the nose and on the palate. Easy to drink, already well-balanced with some elements of cloves, and a touch of maple sugar. Good fruit extension with some grapefruit and apple skin on the finish. Pairs well with chicken, seafood, shellfish and pork.

Chateau Bonnet Blanc – France $11.99

Brilliant, green, gold. Intense aromas of fresh exotic fruits, grapefruits and box tree. Very typical Sauvignon. Intense aroma on palate. Muscat notes, fresh and lively finish with good length. Blend of 50% Sauvignon Blanc, 40% Semillon, 10% Muscadelle.

Villa Pozzi Moscato  –  Italy $9.99

Fresh aromas of white and tropical fruits which leave a sweet but never obvious palate. The finish is very clean and pleasant inviting to another glass.  Pair with raw fish, tasty aperitifs, seasoned cheese with honey.

We look forward to seeing you at The Good Kettle on Thursday!

5 to 7pm


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