Taste of Europe Wine and Food
Friday, May 16th at 6 PM
$65 for 6 different bottles of wine
We can trace nearly all the great wines of the world to an origin in Europe.  On this night, you'll learn how to make and bottle some of the most popular varieties of European wine:  Chianti, Beaujolais, Rielsing, Amarone, Bella Bianco, and Pinot Noir.  It is easy, educational and fun as we walk you through the process.  We'll also enjoy a sampling of food from the old countries and, of course, there will be some wine tasting as well.  You'll take home a 6-pack of 750ml bottles of these great wines to age and enjoy.  Gather your friends for an enjoyable trip to Europe without the hassle of flying.  Space is limited, so please reserve early.


 Limited Edition Wines

I have selected some limited edition wines from our top suppliers to offer our customers for making.  Each year our suppliers obtain small quantities of juice from the prime growing regions of the world and make them available to us.  My experience has found these offerings may be limited in quantity but they are not short on quality.  In fact, these selections have been some of the best wines that have been offered at IncrediBREW.   I've ordered a small number of each and have just a few left, offered to you on a 1st come, 1st served basis.

Argentina ~ Torrontes:  Light bodied white with fragrant aromas of fresh lemon, orange, and floral notes.  Pleasant notes of tropical fruit and minerality.  Hold one for me>>>

South Africa ~ Viognier, Chenin Blanc, Roussane: Crisp and  honeyed, with aromas of apricot, orange blossoms, herbal tannins and melons. Medium bodied white with a long rich finish of floral notes.  Hold one for me>>>

Italy ~ Primitivo:  Intensely fruity red with rich aromas and flavors of dark plum, black cherries and dried fruit, accented by vanilla and smoky hints of oak.   Hold one for me>>>
Napa Valley ~ Grand Red II:  Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot blend. Ripe fruit notes of dark cherry, raspberry and black currant.  Juicy rich fruit, spice and oak linger on the finish.   Hold one for me>>>

Italy ~ Nero D'Avola:  Full-bodied red with a fragrant bouquet of plum, blackberry, coffee and spice.  Look for a slight edge of tart cranberry on the finish.    Hold one for me>>>