Longer spring days turn my thoughts to summer’s pleasures and EIEIO’s New Release wine dinners.
Join me for a warm summer night of al fresco dining, farm to table cuisine from Painted Lady, and a deep dive into my new lineup of Chardonnay and Pinot noir. An idyllic evening of wine, friends, and special times.
Review site Zagat says:
“world-class Pacific NW tasting menus are fascinating in their variety, seasonality and freshness” Top rating.
What a strange word when you really think about it… Where else do you see this word in use other than to describe something as being “old but collectable”? Mostly in the mention of wine! Vintage, the realm of farming, has to do with the year in which the crop was grown. More specifically in the case of wine it has to do with the year in which the grapes were grown. And as we all know the weather is what we are referring to when we speak of “vintage” since most years are of the same length!