No Cost Wine Tastings From Africa To France In Harlem

harlem-sauvignon_blanc_wine-fnal1The Winery in Harlem has a great no expense series of wine tastings from around the world where you can experience the difference between a wine from South Africa, Italy and/or French.South Africa and New Zealand

Saturday, February 13th, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

The Winery will showcase three South African wines, a white, red, and semi-sweet red. Greg Westphal will take us through a few wonderful wines, each with their own story to tell. Please come by and hear their story. 
Special Thursday Night Tasting

Thursday, February 18th, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

The Winery is excited about the wines of Elio Ottin and Alexa Karstaedt will bring her immense knowledge to share about the small 4 hectare estate vineyards in the Alps. Most, if not all the work is still done by hand due to the rocky formation of the hills. Completely Biodynamic farming, no pesticides, herbicides, and no synthetic fertilizers. This will be a mid-week treat.

Wineberry Wineberry

Friday, February 19th, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Argentina and Italy will be the tasting focus. The wines of Mendoza are known for Malbec. Malbec is a transplant from the southwest regions of France. Diam Andes is a French winemaking family who decided to pack up the Bordeaux Chateau and move to Argentina, a perfect pairing.  Michael Rigney from Wineberry Imports will join us and make the historical connection between France, Italy, and Argentina along the wine trail.

The Italian Wines of Jan D’Amore

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Saturday, February 20th, 5:30pm to 8:00pm

The Winery can not say enough about the wonderful wines of Jan D’Amore Imports. So why continue, Jennifer Brooks will take us through the amazing small estate wines of Italy.

Please taste responsibly.

THE WINERY, 257 West 116th Street, Harlem, New York, 212-222-4866, TheWineryonlne.com

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