NEW SUMMER HOURS: MONDAY–FRIDAY5PM-12AM MIDNIGHT SATURDAY-SUNDAY 11AM-12AM MIDNIGHT LATER IF YOUR UP FOR IT
Hi neighbors! Have you seen Sealie? This little fellow hangs out on the docks near Muscota Marsh in Inwood Hill Park. We hope to meet him for ourselves soon.
That’s right! Starting next weekend, June 30th, we will be open for brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm. Come find out what breakfast wine is all about and start your day off with farm fresh ingredients playfully prepared.
We will ALSO be serving a special bbq brunch on the 4th of July, but will be closed that night.
Upcoming Events June 30th4-7PMPRIDE HAPPY HOUR
Join us for a special weekend happy hour celebrating the universality of love. July 1st ALL DAY PALLET BOOKSTORE PARTY
You know the deal: buy a book, get a free splash of wine! July 4th11-3PM BBQ BRUNCH
We be grilling veggies, mushrooms, and pouring local wines. July 15th4-5PM RAZOR BLADE READINGS
Our monthly literary series returns! July 15th6-8PM MARIPOSA TAROT READINGS
Our resident reader of the cards offers guidance and clarity through the Thoth Tarot. July 29th ALL NIGHT KOREAN FUSION POP-UP
Look below for more details about this fabulous ticketed event.
The brilliant Sueng Lee Hee, co-author of Everyday Korean and Instagram legend (@koreanfusion), is taking over Tannat on July 29th. This ticketed event gets you six Korean inspired courses, natural wine pairings, a signed copy of Everyday Korean, and some immersive storytelling from Seung. Book your seat now! Space is limited!
Check out our new strange raw unfiltered orange wine from Oregon, For Heaven’s Sake Don’t Move Here. Here’s what the winemaker has to say:
My ironically-named tribute to explorers and immigrants. Vitis vinifera is, of course, not native to this hemisphere, and in the long view of things, so few of us are. But as we put down roots we adapt to our new home, and ideally harmonize with it, rather than bend it to our will.
This intentionally cloudy skin contact wine looks like a mixed tequila sunrise and the exotic aromatics suggest tropical flowers and fruits like papaya and mango. On the palate, the clean acidity and the nearly imperceptible tannins harmoniously frame succulent flavors of apricot and peach. And since malolactic conversion was completed, the finish is ever so slightly creamy.
The majority of this wine spent 4 months on the lees in neutral French oak barrique; the tank-fermented 130 day Grüner veltliner joined the blend in February 2018.
Skin Contact Blend
61% Pinot gris…………… 16 days skin contact
4% Pinot blanc ………… 11 days skin contact
21% Grüner veltliner ….. 2 days skin contact
14% Grüner veltliner ….. 130 days skin contact
And that’s all for now, Tannatians. Happy summer and see you soon!