Wine Wednesday 10/14 @ 6 pm! Posted on September 30, 2015 California vs Oregon and France How does a California Chardonnay and Pinot Noir stack up against a French Chardonnay and a Pinot Noir from Oregon? The only way to know is to try them both, side by side... And we're doing just that! Come join in on the fun! Everyone drinks California wines... it's pretty much the Mecca of good wine, right? Well, much like beauty, good wine is in the eye of the beholder (or the drinker, in this case!) and we want to challenge your assumptions at this month's Wine Wednesday! California does produce some INCREDIBLE wines, but we're interested in how some of the other wine-producing regions of the world measure up against two top-notch California labels. Black Stallion Chardonnay hails from Nappa Valley and is known for its rich and creamy flavor profile that pairs well with grilled shrimp and roasted chicken. We'll be comparing it with Louis Changarnier Chardonnay from the South of France, known for its light, fruity taste and lingering finish that complements richer dishes, like pork and salmon. Francis Ford Coppola is a big name in California wines, and his Diamond Collection Pinot Noir is no exception. However, we're interested in how it differs from Oregon's A to Z Pinot Noir, known for its bold, complex flavor featuring vibrant fruits along with tobacco and spice. So, should California be the go-to region for selecting your next bottle of wine? You be the judge at this month's Wine Wednesday on October 14th at 6 pm! Tickets are $25/person and include a generous sampling of four wines, some of our most popular appetizers and a $10 SIPS card as our gift to you. Contact us to reserve your spot today!