This weekend’s tasting is surrounding two uncommon varietals. The first is a Negroamaro, a medium-bodied wine, with a summery juiciness and a classically Italian earthiness. The other is a Torrontés, which is a grape grown almost exclusively in Argentina, known for its citrus and floral notes.
While these may sound like unusual wines, the most unusual thing about them is they’re both under fifteen bucks!
Come in and give ‘em a swirl!