Wednesday, November 7, 2012 from 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
A111 Lavaca Street
Austin, Texas 78701
Cost: $30 online - $40 @ the door
When you ask the average Texan ‘what do you think of Texas wine?’ you almost always, without exception get one of two responses back. Either they haven’t had any Texas wine worth remembering or they don’t even see it as an option when there is so much “better” wine out there.
The Texas v. The World Tasting is a series that meets every 1st Wednesday and is a head-to-head varietal comparison of wines made in Texas, by Texas grown fruit compared to the same varietal in a wine from another world-class growing area.
Each tasting has a guest host, which is a Texas winemaker that is there to shed light, lead discussions and answer questions about making wine in Texas. GUSTO Sommeliers are there to lead discussion and answer questions on the other world-class wines in the tasting.
As always GUSTO tasting groups are open to anyone who want to have an experience around wine in fun and informative tasting opportunities. Join us, it’s going to open your eyes about the awesome wines right here in our background.
The November 7th tasting will be a varietal showdown between Tempranillo and will feature winemaker Dan Gatlin of Inwood Estate. You will taste library and yet to be released wines in this tasting. You will taste Texas Tempranillo from producers such as Flat Creek Estate, Becker, Hilmy, Perissos, Solaro Estate and of course Inwood Estate.
$40 In Advance
$50 At the door if there is space
TICKETS @ WWW.GUSTOTASTINGS.COM