401 South A Street Santa Rosa, CA 95401
BY THE GLASS TAKEOVER
Saturday June 1st 2019
Join Eric Danch for this special tasting @thespinstersisters
Guest-curated wine lists | all events are 5-9pm | no tickets, no prix-fixe | reservations recommended | 707-528-7100
6141 SW Macadam Ave, Portland, OR 97239
Friday February 8th, 5:30pm-7:00pm
We’ve been howling at a Juhfark moon🌝 🇸🇰 🇸🇮 🇭🇷 🇧🇦 🇦🇹 🇬🇪 Feb. 8th - Come taste new wines from @lonewolfwine courtesy of @timothy_davey from Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Austria, and Georgia! 🇸🇰 🇸🇮 🇭🇷 🇧🇦 🇦🇹 🇬🇪
$10 to taste!
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 5:00 PM 9:00 PM
Come to Bevri on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, to learn about Georgian wines. We will pour some interesting examples from a few Georgian wine regions:
Gotsa Tsitska 2015
Wine Thieves Rkatsiteli 2016
Bibineishvili Chkaveri 2015
Tsikhelishvili Jhgia 2016
doqi Saperavi Qvevri 2016
1237 Linda Mar Shopping Center, Pacifica, CA 94044
Eric Danch returns for one last Blue Danube tasting of the year. Come taste Hungarian wines from current day Hungary as well as the surrounding nations that the Hungarians LOVE to remind you used to be theirs!
Since it's a CSA Thursday, and a special tasting, Eric has offered to cook some nibbles for you all as well! He will be slaving over "traditional regional food" and we will also have locally made pickled items and some local bread! Toast the New & Old Hungary with us: "Egészségeré!"
3674 18th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
Saturday December 8 2018, 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Join us at 18 Reasons for the Sale Preview and taste over 20 bottles of Trac and Co.'s favorite wines! At this event, you will receive 20% off orders of 12 bottles or more; orders must be made night of the 18 Reasons tasting.
1598 Sanchez Street at 29th
San Francisco, CA 94131
Join us Thursday December 6 5-8pm for a special tasting with Eric Danch.
December 5th, 5-7pm
Flight of 3 wines, $15
As always, featured bottles will be for sale at 10% off to tasting participants, during the event only.
Wine Club Members get 20% off tastings
Americans tend to know very little about the noble winemaking history of Hungary. Even less do they know about the winemaking of ethnic Hungarians who found themselves in other countries after boundaries were re-drawn at the end of World War I--exactly 100 years ago. Today we set out to remedy both problems, in our own small way.
We’ll start within modern Hungary, in the area of Somló which is famous for its volcanic soils. Here Károly Kolonics, a 4th-generation winemaker, farms the native grapes organically in crumbly basalt soils. His Hárslevelű, which translates as “Linden Leaf,” exhibits all the lime-flower and honey notes the grape is known for, while also being a great example of Kolonics’ ability to make volcanic minerality support the fruit rather than overtake it. Staying in Somló, we visit Zoltán Balogh at Apátsági Winery. Winemaking in the region dates back at least 1000 years, and Zoltán’s property and cellar were originally owned by Benedictine monks. The land was expropriated under Communism, but brought back to life in 2001 by a group that included the grandson of the last pre-war winemaker. Zoltán’s Juhfark is dry farmed in basalt soils for a strong mineral character with a floral nose and vibrant, crisp texture. After WWI, about 3 million ethnic Hungarians found themselves in other nations--including neighboring Slovakia. On the southern slopes of the Mužsla Hills, surrounded by the Garam, Danube and Ipoly rivers, is a winery that has kept tradition alive while farming biodynamically: Bott Frigyes. Bott and his son Frici make a superb wine from the red Hungarian grape Kadarka, grown in their soils of clay atop volcanic bedrock. Aromatic with Kadarka’s typical rose-hip note, it opens into flavors of orange peel, cranberry, raspberry, and clove.
Kolonics Pincészet Somló Hárslevelű 2016
Somlói Apátsági Pince Juhfark 2016
Bott Frigyes Kadarka 2017
458 Grove St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Tuesday November 27th 11am-2pm in Birba's brand new back patio
Join us for an opportunity to taste our latest wines with Eric Danch.
Trade and RSVP only to firstname.lastname@example.org
1305 Castro St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Sunday November 11 2018 6:30PM 9:00PM
Please join us for a wonderful evening in support of the Jericho Foundation, on a mission to restore HOPE in Bosnia and Herzegovina, one child at a time. Enjoy a Balkan dinner, wine tasting from the region, music, and our special guest speaker coming all the way from Bosnia and Herzegovina!
401 S A St, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Saturday November 10th 2018 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us for a night of wining and dining with Eric Danch from Blue Danube Wine, importer of Central European wines. Try a delicious (and holiday-season-appropriate) selection of fascinating, totally unpronounceable wines from Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, and more. Chef Liza and her team will be cooking up some Central European fare to make it official, and of course we’ll recommend pairings for some nerdy fun!
RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED Call (707) 528-7100