Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Casual Friday Wine Tasting - The Art of Entertaining

The Art of Entertaining's ~'Uncorked'
Invites You to Casual Friday ~ Wine Tasting
Summertime Entertaining:
Backyard BBQ
Wine & Beer Tasting

Friday ~ June 5th, 2009
5:30 - 8:30 pm
$15.00/per person
Wines & Beers Served by AJ Craig from Heidelberg

This Evening's Featured Wines & Beers:

Wine Selections for this Evening:
Tomas Pinot Grigio
Light & Crisp With Bright Citrus Flavors; Made in the Old World Italian Style. ($8.99)

Filiboa Albarino
Fresh White Wine with Hints of Pineapple, Yellow Apples and Stone Fruit; A Rare Opportunity as Albarino is fast becoming one of our favorite varietals. Great Summertime Wine! (

Tapena Garnacha
A Lighter Style Red with Bright Cherry & Soft Strawberry Tones. Perfect for a BBQ get together with friends. ($8.99)

Monticillo Rioja Crianza
A rioja from Spain, comprised of 100% tempranilla grapes. This wine has a Solid Backbone with Slight Acidity; Subtle Flavors of Black Cherry. ($9.99)

Beers for this Evening:

Allagash White Beglian Style White with a Light Citrus Flavor; it is unfiltered and has a hazy light golden color in the glass. This beer from Maine is truly a summertime beer to be enjoyed! ($7.99/4-pack)

Brooklyn Summer Ale This English style comes to us from Brooklyn NY. Made in the lighter traditional English style, it has a cleaner mouthfeel with a very refreshing taste.

Lost Coast Downtown Brown A darker brown ale from California. This ale pours dark in the glass but has a distinct malty and caramel flavor that makes it very drinkable. Enjoy! ($8.99/6-pack)

Friday Night's Little Bites

Appetizer Platters:

Caprese Duo: Traditional Tri-Color Tomato Caprese Salad & Eggplant Caprese with Grilled Tomato Basil Sauce

Proscuitto & Smoked Gouda Finger Sandwiches

Sun Dried Tomato Dip With Parmesan Breadsticks

Saratoga Chips with BBQ Sauce

Texas Style Beef Brisket with Coffee & Beer Mop Sauce

The Ultimate Southern
Brine BBQ Chicken

Fresh Dill & Dijon
Red Skin Potato Salad
Skewers - A Fun Presentation on a
Traditional Dish

Fresh Berry Cassis Trifle with
Lemon Whipped Cream

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