Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Kansas City's Best Wine Merchant
by KC Magazine in the 'City's Best' 2008, 2009 & 2010 & 2011 "Best of Hall of Fame".
Wine of the Week
TASTE THE (MAY) $100 CASE
APRIL 2013 WINE CLUBS
TUESDAY: 5/7/13: 5:00pm-7:00pm
SATURDAY: 5/18/13: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Come see for yourself. Each month we hand select twelve great new wines for our FAMOUS $100 case.
The MAY case is a great sampling of wines from all over the world.
Stop by anytime between the scheduled hours to sample the wines and pick up a case of your own.
Taste before you buy & you can mix & match any of this month's featured wines in the $100 case for $100!
$5 includes sample pours of all twelve featured wines
WINE CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
Wine Class Descriptions
all classes $40 per person
816.221.9463 for details and reservations.
Whether you are just discovering wine or an enthusiast who needs a refresher course,
our Wine Essentials Course will provide you with the building blocks.
You will learn the five S's of wine tasting as you explore seven different wines.
This class focuses on the 'classic' grapes, where they grow and why they grow there.
SENSORY EVALUATION WORKSHOP
You will see and smell and taste wine in a whole new way. This class will taste and evaluate six wines - The table will also be filled with wine glasses containing up to 80 common aromas and flavors found in wine. The course also highlights important tasting techniques and reviews the vocabulary used to describe wines. We will review the five S's of tasting and will have you ready to impress your friends with your new-found tasting skills.
Due to the amount of 'stuff' on the table, this class is limited to the first 12 students.
OLD WORLD vs. NEW WORLD
The 'Old World' is the birthplace of most noble grape varieties we know today: Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and others. These same varietals have shown to do very well in the 'New World' regions of North America, South America, Australia & New Zealand. We will taste, compare and discuss many of these wines which have all been grown in their respective regions throughout Europe as well as their New World counterparts. This class will taste and evaluate six wines with the focus on the stylistic differences in the wines and discuss terroir, regional classifications, and winemaking traditions and innovations.
$10 VS. $100
This class should really be called "Is it really worth it?". This blind tasting is the ultimate test - we taste & discuss six wines ranging in price from $10 to $100 and see if you can tell the difference. With over $300 worth of wines on the table this is an opportunity to taste some really special wines right next to some of the best value wines in the world!
BLIND TASTING 101
Tasting a wine blind is one of the best ways to formulate an unbiased opinion about the wine. Any knowledge that you have about a wine can cloud your judgment or influence your assessment. Perhaps you don't like Merlot? Any Merlot you taste will already have one strike against it before it even hits your lips. There is another reason to taste blind. Tasting a wine blind forces the taster to concentrate on every tiny aspect of the wine. Since he or she may be struggling to pinpoint the style or origin of the wine they will try even harder to identify aromas, flavors or styles. This class will teach you how to taste like a pro.
Gift Cards...available in any amount!
Private in store events: customized tastings, food & wine pairings
RIEDEL wine glass rental
Artisan cheese & gourmet meat plates TO GO
Tasting events at your home or office
Gift registry for weddings, events & parties
Wine & beverage consultation & planning for parties of 10 to 1000
Wine Cellar consultation
Delivery (for orders of $400 or more, restrictions apply)
Shipping (restrictions apply - see store for details)
Recipe of the Week