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Noshing Around: Tucson Wine Tasting

Here’s a partial list for Tucson’s  wine events.

If you know of a wine event, send an email to karynzoldan@gmail.com  

$5 wine tasting at Pastiche
Friday, January 23:    Wines of the Rhone – Not from the Rhone
Friday, January 30:    Italian Reds
Friday, February 6:    Old World vs. New World
The tasting starts at 5  and run until 6:30pm.
The quantities of the wines are limited so don’t be late. Once they’re gone, they’re gone! The quality of the wines will dictate the number of varieties available to taste. We will offer special prices on featured wines in the Wine Shop, as well as special prices in the restaurant.

Feast Last Sunday of the Month
This Sunday – January 25, Feast dedicates an entire tasting to one winery, Consilience from Santa Barbara County in Calif. Dave Torkko leads the tasting, which begins at  3:30 pm.  It works as it usually does:  For $25, you get to taste six wines which are accompanied by Feast quality gourmet snacks. I have gone to some of these last Sunday events and they are always well attended and the quality of snacks or wine never disappoints.  Call 326-9363 to reserve your spot.

VinTabla Wine Tasting

Friday wine tastings with Master Sommelier Laura Williamson for $10 per person from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
January 23: Laura’s rare gems
January 30: Ibearian treasures
No reservations needed.   Light nibbles served along with our value-packed happy hour menu.

Enoteca Inaugural Wine Tasting

Enoteca will have its inagural wine tasting this year on Friday, January 30 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Five wines with liberal flavors will be tasted for the conservative price of $5. Vote for your favorite and win a bottle!

Support your local wine bars and wine stores.

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