Looking forward to the week ahead in San Francisco- January 21st, 2019

Friends of Flatiron,

We hope everyone started their week off right with an enjoyable MLK Day. We have got two very interesting and very different tastings lined up this week and some exciting offers planned for the newsletter. Here is what we have on the docket:

In-Store Tastings:

Wednesday 1/23, Tasting of Turkish wines with Blue Danube Wine at 5pm:  Our favorite arbiters of taste in the world of Eastern European wines return! We will showcasing a few new additions to our selection including a Georgian Rkatsiteli from Wine Thieves as well as a few others from Slovenia and Hungary. $5/tasting 

Friday 1/25, Bordeaux tasting with Wilson Daniels at 5pm: Arguably one of the most important importers in the game, Wilson Daniels is a company that brings some of the world’s most sought after wines to our shores. Join us for a jaunt to both banks of Bordeaux with a tasting of wines from Chateau Clarke from Listrac-Medoc, Chateau Malmaison from Moulis-en-Medoc and Chateau des Laurets from Puisseguin-Saint-Emilion. $5/tasting

In our weekly newsletter we’ve got the hotly anticipated 2016 Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays from Lioco Wine Company, the 2nd to last vintage for legendary winemaker John Raytek. Also on offer are a number of cuvees from Cote-Rotie stylistic contrarian Jean-Marie Stephan as well as an opportunity to purchase the cellar staple 2014 Oddero Barolo, a must-have for any Italian wine lover.

Cheers!

Your Friends at Flatiron Wines SF

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