There are a few tasting events around town in the next week or so that look especially tempting for the wine lover’s palate, including one that we look forward to every year – Savor Dallas.
There are a handful of tickets left for a tasting of 40 different Pinot Noirs from Central Coast, Oregon, Napa and Sonoma that Sigel’s is hosting on March 15 from 5:30pm-8pm at The Park City Club. This looks like an incredible tasting from some of the best Pinot producers in these regions, including Miner’s incredible Gary’s Vineyard and Rosella’s Pinot Noir, Patz & Hall Chenoweth, Archery Summit Premier Cuvee, Melville Carrie’s, Fess Parker Ashley’s. Beautiful Pinot Noir for a great tasting price, $40. Call 214-350-1271 for reservations.
March 24th Bailey’s Prime Plus on Park Lane will host a tasting of six wines, 3 white varietals and 3 reds, paired with a selection of cheeses to help demystify different tasting descriptors associated with wine. Led by Wine Director and Sommelier LA Perkel the tasting will include 2008 Shafer Red Shoulder Ranch Chardonnay, one of my favorites from California, 2005 Long Meadow Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa, 2009 Schools Vollards Riesling Kabinett from Germany and more. The tasting is $45 with reservations available at 214-750-8100.
Savor Dallas celebrates their 7th annual weekend event March 18th and 19th with tasting events around town, including the Arts District Stroll on Friday night through the Dallas Museum of Art, The Nasher Sculptor Center, The Meyerson Symphony Hall and The Winspear Opera House; the Ultimate pARTy Friday night; wine seminars or a special cooking class with Stephan Pyles on Saturday afternoon; and the Grand Tasting Saturday night at the downtown Sheraton. Tickets and information available here.