Bend Wine Cellar
Hours: Saturday 2-5pm,
Thursday 2-5pm and by appointment

1444 College Way, Suite 8
Bend, OR 97701
Saturday Wine Tastings

Below are the wines that we will be tasting this Saturday. Each wine has been personally selected by our staff to introduce you to the wines we believe you will enjoy. Many of them may be new to you, all of them will be memorable.

Wines at the tasting are always available for purchase by the bottle, case or mixed cases. Cheers!

January 7, 2017

2014 Ferlaia Inzolia Catarratto
Inzolia is an Italian grape variety grown in both Sicily and Tuscany. While it is most famous traditionally as an ingredient in the fortified Marsala wines, it is now seen more and more as a crisp, dry white wine, in blends and as a single variety. Inzolia wines are moderately aromatic, and tend to display nutty, citrusy characters with herbal notes. This Sicilian wine is an enjoyable everyday wine at a great price. $6.50 per bottle

2012 Arnoux Vieux Clocher Gigondas
The Gigondas Vieux Clocher is pressed from hillsides grapes that received an exceptional sunlight. Its deep purple color extends a nose of black fruits that may appear restrained in its youth, but which after a few years of cellar will develop all its complexity, developing then notes of garrigue and spice. It is intense on the palate with elegant masculine tannins. The incomparable bouquet will only improve with a few years age. $22.00 per bottle

2012 Beiras Foz de Arouce Baga Tinto
Foz de Arouce Tinto is sourced from the schistous alluvial vineyard of Quinta de Foz de Arouce, which has been in the family of Count João Fillipe Osorio since the twelfth century. The wine, which is 85% Baga and 15% Touriga Nacional, is fermented in stainless steel tanks and aged in French oak for eight months. Deep red in color, this wine has excellent aromatic concentration, emanating notes of red fruits and resin. It is well-balanced with soft tannins and a persistent finish. $17.50 per bottle

08/17/2010 - Introduction to Wine

Wine Quotes Quickly bring me a beaker of wine, so that I may whet my mind and say something clever.

- Aristophanes