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Complimentary Wine Tasting & Cheese Pairing

at Vine 2 Wine (next to Pace's Restaurant)Sun Feb 03
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Location

Vine 2 Wine (next to Pace's Restaurant)

318 Wynn Lane
Port Jefferson - 11777

Tel: (631) 509-6100
Contact Name: Joseph Tesoriero
Visit Website: Website.

Date & Time

01:00 PM - 04:00 PM
 
Sun, Feb 03, 2013

Cost: Free Event

Description

On Sunday, February 3, Vine 2 Wine will be hosting a complimentary wine & cheese pairing from 3-6pm. The wines features will be Relativity Vineyards Quantum Reserve 2007 as well as Domaine de Negly l'Oppidum Sauvignon Blanc 2011. The Sauvignon Blanc uses grapes from a rented vineyard at Colombiers. This Sauvignon features quite a ripe, pithy nose. There is a firm presence of green pea fruit, with a very explosive fruity character. The acidity as well, is exactly where it should be. The wines are handpicked, and brought to Chateau Negly for vinification. The Quantum Reserve is a delicious blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Petite Sirah, Charbono, and Grenache. The deep palate shows black raspberrym pepper, and chocolate notes, followed by rich, layered flavors of dark berries, allspice, and licorice. Soft, lingering tannins round out the finish on this luscious choice. Join us!

 



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