Muscadine Wine Recipe

Muscadine Wine Recipe

The Southern Muscadine is a native grape that grows in abundance in the Southeastern United States. These grapes are prized for their unique, sweet flavor and are often used to make wine. This recipe for muscadine wine is easy to follow and makes a delicious beverage that you will love. Give it a try! Why … Read more

Are we part of a wine bar movement?

How should a wine bar be? We ask ourselves this question daily. American wine bars of old were stuffy and predictable, lousy with cab, merlot, and chardonnay. They were a reflection of wine culture at the time. Comparatively few people drank wine regularly, and those that did were either wholly indifferent to its quality, or … Read more

Pride celebration, seal sightings, BRUNCH & more!

NEW SUMMER HOURS:MONDAY–FRIDAY 5PM-12AM MIDNIGHTSATURDAY-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 … Read more

Hybrid Wines

Good Day, Tannatians!  What a crisp cold week it is! Wednesday night, January 16th, we will be hosting a winemaker dinner with Kenneth Albert from Shelburne Vineyard in Vermont. We still have space at the 8:30pm seating.  Please RSVP at [email protected] or in person at Tannat or via Instagram.  We will be pouring the Iapetus line…natural wines … Read more