News Release: August 25th, 2021
About: DAOU Family Estates Dinner at Bone and Broth
Please join us on September 28th at 6pm for The Second Annual DAOU Family Estates Wine Pairing Dinner with Bone and Broth on Charlotte Street. A representative of DAOU will be joining us to talk about the winery and the wines.
You will be greeted with DAOU Paso Robles Rosé of Grenache and Syrah. And four DAOU wines will be paired with another innovative menu from Chef Chris Benson including Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay Reserve Willow Creek, Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve and The Pessimist!
Bone and Broth Dinners are the talk of the town and, as such, start selling before being posted! Please note that over half of the seats are already sold leaving about 15 places for the evening still available. Once sold out, we will keep a wait list and contact you upon availability.
$100 including tax and gratuity for the evening. Reserve your seat here:
Arrive at 6pm to share a glass of Rosé. Dinner at 6:30.
Featured DAOU wines can be ordered through MetroWines at a special event price and picked up @MetroWines.
Contact: Gina Trippi
Metro Wines Asheville
Charlotte Street! It's the Next BIG Thing!
"Big Shop Selection. Small Shop Service"
From The Montreal Gazette
Wine: Want to kick the sugar habit? Try grenache or merlot
If you like the added aroma and smoothness in Liano, Caymus, Apothic or Ménage à Trois, you could be getting more sugar than you think.
Before jumping into alternatives, the SAQ lists residual sugar levels on the price tag in store, and in the “detailed info” section on SAQ.com. So the responsibility is yours, as it is with anything you ingest.
So what exactly does the extra sugar do to a wine? It pumps up the aromas and softens tannins, but mostly it negates the effect of a grape’s natural acidity, giving the wine a creamier texture. This is what attracts most people to these types of wines.
I was chatting recently with Marcus Notaro, winemaker at Stag’s Leap Wine Cellar, about the “sugar creep,” about how residual sugar levels are inching up as other wineries have taken notice of how well these wines sell. He refuses to do it. We eventually got on the subject of how much I like some California merlot and I said that basically, adding sugar to cabernet sauvignon is turning the wine into a merlot.
News Release: Monday, August 9th, 2021
Subject: Ciao Asheville Italian Wine Tasting @MetroWines with Sunrise Wines