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Last week’s Ladies Night was an extraordinary event featuring wines from around the globe. Guests had the opportunity to taste six different wines: Ritzman Riesling from Germany, Ventana Chardonnay and Haraszthy Zinfandel from California, Brumaio Pinot Grigio from Italy, Viña Mayor Tinto Roble from Spain and Baron Des Chartrons Bordeaux from France.
Here’s a fun little factoid I learned: when tasting wines, it’s best to start with the lightest and work your way up to the darker red ones. You know when people swirl their wine in the glass? It’s because as the wine coats the sides of the glass, it releases its bouquet (a fancy term for its aroma). Also, when you finally get to drink the wine, you should always sip a little bit and swirl it around in your mouth so all your taste buds can experience the flavor.
Drinking wine is definitely an acquired taste and most people tend to stick to a certain type of wine. I, personally, prefer the lighter wines. My favorite was the Brumaio Pinot Grigio. Not only was it delicious, the price was pretty attractive at only $13 a bottle.
A crowd favorite was the Zinfandel ($18) and Bordeaux ($13).
If you plan on coming to December 9th’s Ladies Night, you’ll have another opportunity to try the wines and buy them.
December 9 is the last Ladies Night of the year. As usual, attendants will receive 20% off their purchases (excluding consignment items), get entered in a raffle and enjoy complimentary appetizers. As a special treat, guests can see a holiday makeup demo from a professional. Fun, yes?