Since 2007 Fleming's Wine List has been recognized by Wine Spectator's Restaurant Awards for having a wine lists that offer interesting selections, appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine lovers. The 2016 Award Winners were just announced and Fleming's is just one of 53 Ohio restaurants that made the list. They're pouring the entire Fleming's 100 over two nights for an expansive tasting experience.Take advantage of this unique opportunity to taste and compare varietals, flavors and styles. Savor the difference between California and Oregon Pinots. Sample … [Read more...] about Fleming’s Tasting Featuring 50 Wines From Award Winning List
Even pacifists agree that cancer needs its butt kicked. More and more people realize how cancer affects family members, friends, co-workers etc. It's hard to find someone that cancer hasn't touched in one way or another. So we are asking you to help us Pick a Fight with Cancer. This Thursday, May 5th at the Engineers Club of Dayton, Mike Nichols will be hosting the Pick a Fight with Cancer Wine tasting from 6 - 9 pm. This great event is to celebrate those who have survived cancer, those angels cheering on from heaven and to support the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Mike Nichols states: … [Read more...] about Help us Pick a Fight with Cancer!
No one appreciates champagne like they used to. The bubbly wine was created, accidentally, in England in the 16th century. The process was developed over the next two centuries, first to get the bubbles on a regular basis, then to create a bottle with the strength to contain the pressure of the carbon dioxide in the wine. Once the bottles stopped exploding, this treat became a favorite in the French courts. The French leaned to the sweeter sec and demi-sec varieties, while the English preferred the drier bruts. The wealthy were the only people that could afford it initially, turning it into a … [Read more...] about Cocktails with Champagne: A New Way to Ring in a New Year
The evening begins at 6:30 pm with a 4-course experience including an appetizer, soup, entrée, and dessert perfectly paired with wine to delight your senses. Come learn and taste these wines with guidance from a true wine expert and get ideas for your own holiday gatherings. Aullwood’s meats will be incorporated into the selections. Tickets are $35 and may be purchased directly from Ray’s. A percentage of the proceeds will benefit Aullwood’s educational programs for regional children. … [Read more...] about Wine & Food Pairing Event Benefits Aullwood
This debut event kicks off a summer-long wine and pizza pairing series featuring special off-menu pizzas and unique wines available exclusively at Spinoza's (menu price by the glass or bottle) and at Brunings Wine Cellar (retail price by the bottle or 10% case discount). Pizza Feature for May/June: Steak & Mixed Mushroom Pizza with Gruyere & Fontina Cheese, sauteed mushroom mix, marinated Black Angus sirloin, caramelized onions, and Danish blue cheese with horseradish aioli & scallions after the bake. … [Read more...] about Brunings Wine & Spinoza’s Launch Summer Series
Twenty four years ago, when Vail Miller of Heidelberg and Mike Frank of Arrow Wine thought up the event that has come to be known as Fleurs et Vin, it was to bring wine to the people in a way that wasn't stuffy and thus the Party in the Park began. Now moved on to the second generation of these influential families in the Dayton Drinking scene, the party continues to grow. This Sunday, May 17th at 1pm there will be over 300+ wines to sample under a huge tent in Welcome Park, which is behind UD Arena. And we all know that the taste of wine can change when paired with food, so you'll have … [Read more...] about Dayton’s Premier Wine & Gourmet Food Festival is Sunday!
Patricia Green Cellars is located in the Ribbon Ridge Appellation of the Willamette Valley of Oregon on a 52 acre estate purchased in 2000 by Patty Green and Jim Anderson. The winery, and thus the two friends and business partners, are noted for producing a tremendously broad selection of vineyard designated Pinot Noirs from several vineyards representing some of the better sites in the Willamette Valley with a particular emphasis over the years on Ribbon Ridge, Dundee Hills and the Chehalem Mountain appellations. Patricia Green Cellars focus is to produce Pinot Noirs that show the distinct … [Read more...] about Oregon Pinot Noir Tasting at Arrow Wine Centerville Tonight
The original “Party in the Park” was the brain child of two friends, Vail Miller Sr. of Heidelberg and Mike Frank of Arrow Wine. With a mission of bringing wine out of just the wine cellars and to the general public, the idea of a wine festival was born. Now 24 years later, Fleurs et Vin is the most anticipated, talked about and attend wine event in the Miami Valley. On Sunday May 17 from 1- 4pm, wine connoisseurs and novices alike will sample the best wines from around the world while enjoying culinary treats from 20 of the top independent restaurants in the region. Last year there … [Read more...] about Tickets on Sale Saturday For Dayton’s Premier Wine & Gourmet Food Event!
Learn wine from an expert and get more out of each sip. Do you want to learn to talk intelligently about wine, or start your own collection? Are you a serious wine lover looking to deepen your knowledge? Either way, this five week series presented by Micheal Freeman of Vintner Select will cover wine tasting techniques, explore characteristics of different wine regions around the world and more. The classes kick off on Monday, Feb 23rd from 6-8pm at Bruning's in Beavercreek and continue each Monday through March 23rd. Cost for all five week course is $100 and includes wine tasting, … [Read more...] about Bruning’s Wine Cellar to Host Wine Appreciation Series
When discussing wine, age and date are critical factors in understanding the product you are enjoying. Under the town hall in the city of Bremen, Germany lies the Schatzkammer (treasury cellar). It has twelve large casks of wine stored there, named for the Apostles. One of the casks, the Judas cask of 1727, still has a wine in it that is very drinkable. The bulk of the 3,000 liter (793 gallons) cask is still the wine from that year, but it is periodically refreshed with younger wines. The wine inside is known as Rüdesheimer Apostelwein 1727, and it is the world’s oldest drinkable wine. It is … [Read more...] about Young and Rude – Beaujolais Nouveau Day