Texas Stuffed Quail and Bordeaux Tasting

Welcome back, everyone!

I know you guys didn’t go anywhere, but we did. So I guess I’m wishing myself a welcome back? Either way, I know you missed us. It’s a bit of a scramble today for a variety of reasons, so I’m sure you’ll excuse me if I don’t have quite as much banter as I usually do.

This week’s special will be Texas Stuffed Quail with a Cherry Bourbon sauce. It should pair magnificently with the wine tasting this week.

Wednesday’s cocktail specials will be $7 Monarch Orchards, Icelandic Mules and Maple Bourbon Cooler. All of which feature Apple Cider. Tis the season, after all (for getting drunk).

Thursday’s Wine Tasting will be a Bordeaux Tasting! I promised someone I would do it and I make good on my promises, sometimes. I have the tasting notes done and attached to this message for anyone that’s curious to look.

Lastly, Mom has a message for Wine Club: “Hi, everyone!  We have a couple of great wine opportunities for you!  Saturday, December 7 from 3-5 p.m., we are offering a class taught by Greg Leblanc — a fantastic friend and long-time wine distributor.  This class is the first in a monthly series — and we must start with France, of course.  For those not in our Cellar Wine Club, the cost is $20 per person.  We’ll be tasting wine and having snacks that pair with the wine.  Then the following Saturday, December 14, also from 3-5 p.m. we will be having a taste and sale of wine to close out the year!  All are welcome — not just Bizzi’s Cellar Wne Club members.  

Lastly, we have some gift baskets available — we have wine, gift cards, beautiful planters made by local artist Michael Cummings…  Just ask!”

See you, soon!