Author: Amy Ruis

07 Sep Art of the Table’s Cork Recycling Contest

We're excited to announce a little contest we're hosting at Art of the Table for the month of September 2017! For every 20 corks you bring in to recycle(they must be natural, no synthetics) we'll give you a $1 coin that can be reimbursed on future wine purchases at the...

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07 Sep South African Beauties!

South Africa has always been intriguing to us at Art of the Table. We have carried wines from the region before it was cool to do so! Back then (14 years ago!) we could get our hands on Pinotage (a leathery, rather big and generally...

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31 Aug Wine Talk – Rosé for Labor Day!

Domaine De Figueirasse Gris de Gris     $17.25 One of the more delicate styles of rosé, Gris de Gris is made by taking red grapes and gently pressing them to extract a subtle salmon color. Popular in Southern France, this style of rosé is highlighted in the...

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24 Aug Wine Talk – New & Spanish!

New & Spanish! Pinol Portal Blanco Cellar Piñol is a family owned winery in the Northeast region of Terra Alta, who focuses on organic farming practices and fusing traditional and innovative wine techniques to craft unique and terroir driven wines. Amy had a chance to visit last...

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16 Aug Wine Talk – New & French!

Andre Delorme Bourgogne  A classic Burgundian Pinot Noir from a family who has been focusing on this delicate grape since 1942. With a commitment to sustainability, the wines coming out of the Delorme estate are terroir driven, harmonious and classic in every sense of the word. The grapes...

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10 Aug Yes, More New Rosé!

Heidi Schroeck Biscaya  "Tradition should be honored but also mixed with progress; for it means keeping alive the fire, not adoring the ashes" is the Schroeck family motto, one that Heidi Schroeck continues to use to fuel her winemaking style since she took over the family...

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03 Aug Wines: Italian New & Delicious!

Grifalco Aglianico 'Gricos' A perfect red to help make it through all these delicious barbecuing days of summer! Coming from a winemaking family with roots in Tuscany, Grifalco focuses solely on the big and full Southern Italian wines made from the grape Aglianico. Here their 'Gricos'...

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26 Jul Wine Talk – Week 4: Refreshingly Bright!

Bauer Gruner Veltliner: Few wines are as well suited for these bright summer afternoons than a Gruner Veltliner. The heart and star of Austrian wine country, Gruner can range in style but consistently give way to fresh and expressive whites that are food friendly and...

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27 Jan Wines of Lagar De Bezana

Jackie , our former and awesome team member recently had the pleasure of traveling to Chile and visited one of our favorite wineries, Lagar De Bezana. Check out some of the notes from her time there! Lagar De Bezana - A 'Cult' Wine Seated at the feet...

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