In Uncategorized on September 4, 2015 at 12:55 pm
Date: Tuesday, September 8
Time: 6 pm
Location: All Purpose Restaurant
Cost: $60 per person (includes all food and wine, but not gratuity)
While often marked as “natural winemakers” first and foremost, Donkey & Goat is more accurately portrayed as thoughtful but ambitious traditionalists working in the New World California climate.
Tracey & Jared Brandt, owners of Donkey & Goat, work diligently to keep their fruit pristine and conditions for winemaking strictly controlled so that they can allow nature to run her course during the fermentations. This means very close work with growers, careful handling on the sorting table, and thorough preparation in the cellar.
Here are some of the most radical and intriguing wines to come out of California in decades. Join us and AP Restaurant as we welcome Jared Brandt, owner and winemaker at Donkey & Goat, as he introduces his wines to Wisconsin.
In Uncategorized on September 4, 2015 at 12:54 pm
Waterford Wine Company will be closed on Labor Day, but open regular hours on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday. We wish you a safe and fun-filled weekend. Cheers!
In Chianti Classico on September 1, 2015 at 12:14 pm
The 2012 opens with perfumed aromas of red cherry, field-ripened strawberries and hints of savory herbs on the incredibly inviting nose. The palate is fresh and seamless, with juicy raspberry fruits and hints of cedar and rosemary, and it finishes with a crisp sense of minerality.
Antonio Galloni, former wine critic for Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate & owner of Vinous, states: “There is no shortage of character or personality here. There aren’t too many better wine buys in Italy than this lovely wine. Lucignano excels with typical, classic wines that deliver tons of quality for the money.”
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