In this episode, Shelley and Phil celebrate International Grenache Day by tasting through two, one from Yakima Valley and one from Spain. Grenache is an easy drinking red wine that goes with many, MANY foods! Pick up one of these bottles or find a different one but celebrate International Grenache Day with a Grenache! #HappyFriday #ItsWineTime
Wines tasted this episode:
A special thanks to our sponosors: Studio 107 and Candle in the Woods
Studio 107. At Studio 107, in the heart of downtown Coeur D’alene, Idaho, we believe that small towns deserve great wines, too! Come join us in our wine bar and gallery for an afternoon or evening escape. For more information, please visit https://studio107cda.com
Candle in the Woods. If you are looking for a one of a kind, unique dining experience, Candle in the Woods is THE place for you. With 12+ courses, wine and food pairings that are off the charts and a dinner that is spread out over three hours, this experience is second to none. Visit http://candleinthewoods.com to book your dinner or simply text, 208-664-0135.
To read about our experience at Candle in the Woods, please visit https://www.intentionalcaregiver.com/candle-in-the-woods-a-northern-idaho-culinary-experience-like-no-other/
And of course, a HUGE thank you to Tod Hornby who wrote and recorded our official Wine Time Fridays theme music (as well as The Social Web sponsorship music!) which is ANYthing but average. Please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wine Time Fridays Wine Word of the Week – Bodega
Spanish for “winery” or “wine cellar” (“Adega” in Galicia and “Celler” in Cataluña); The phrase “olor a bodega” is a Spanish expression used to refer to faulty wine which smells unclean.
Mentions: Tunnel to Towers, #NobleRottens
For more information on Tunnel to Towers please visit https://t2t.org
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