The 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 Italy and/or France.
The wines of Jan d’Amore Imports are always interesting and intriguing. Make no mistake, this Friday The Winery will have a line-up of fabulous wines that we’ve come to love. This in-store tasting will be worth it’s weight in wine.
Terroir is a term used to describe wines that have characteristics that embody the attributes of the land from where they were born. In other words, a wine should not only taste good but it should reflect the soil, climate, and topography of the place it was grown. This is not always the case with every wine but wine that is terroir-driven reflect the unique composition of the soil and climate conditions from a specific site or location. Chris Campbell will join THE WINERY to taste wines that reflect the area of production.
Corsica is an island off the southeast coast of France in the Mediterranean Sea. The wines of Corsica compliment the cuisine of the island, like wild boar, pork, goat and sheep cheese. Domaine Vico is one of THE WIENRY’s favorite producers overlooking the Golo valley with mountain vineyards planted in 1902. Michael Rigney will join us for a tasting of new releases and some of our old favorites.
The Noble Estates of Italy, Saturday, April 16th, 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Matias Landini will join us as we travel through Italy in a glass. The line-up will consist of wine estate of noble heritage that date back between 50 to 300 years. Excellent pedigree.
THE WINERY, 257 West 116th Street, Harlem, New York, 212-222-4866, TheWineryonlne.com