Spanish Wine Tasting

Spain is emerging as a value star. Spain has enormous tracts of vineyard land, with loads of old vine Garnacha (aka Grenache) and Tempranillo. Away from star areas (Rioja and Priorat) there are some increasingly impressive, inexpensive reds and white emerging.

April 29, 2010
Beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The Culinary Table New Albany
$30 per person, which includes tax but not tip.
The wine will also come with small plate food pairings.
Maximum 40 people

At the tasting we will enjoy:
  • Sumarroca Cava Brut Reserva
  • Laxas Albarino
  • Crucillion Tinto Red(100% Granacha)
  • Don Ramon Crianza(75% Granacha and 25% Tempranillo)
  • Milcampos Ribera del Duero(100% Tempranillo)
Call 614.855.1901 to reserve your spot.

1 comment:

Caroline Haskett said...

Olive oil tastings are fun, too! Especially with gourmet bread, cheese, & wine on the side :).

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