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Looking forward to the week ahead in San Francisco- January 13th, 2020

Dear Friends of Flatiron,

Tired of your Dry January yet? We though so! Jump on in to the shop for a splash of some tasty wines this week and don't miss out on our newsletter!

This Weeks Tastings

Wednesday January 15th
Tasting with Meet the Winemaker: Joe Swick with Swick Wines from 5 to 7pm- Let loose with some tasty naked wines from the Pacific Northwest with winemaker Joe Swick. A Portland native, Joe has traveled all over the world and studied with some legends of natural wine world. Now he's returned home and putting what he's learned to use. With access to unique vineyards across the Pacific Northwest, Joe is making wines that are truly the cutting edge of American wine. Don't miss this tasting.

Thursday January 16th
Tasting with Minus Tide Wines from 5 to 7pm- Experience the exceptional cool-climate wines of Mendocino! Kyle Jeffrey, Brad Jonas, and Miriam Pitt came together to create Minus Tide Wines as a brand to celebrate vineyards shrouded in towering old-growth redwood trees and influenced by the fog and cool air that drift inland from the Pacific Ocean. These wines are simply delicious and exemplify Mendocino terroir.

Friday January 17th
Abbondanza Italiana! All things Italy with Wine Warehouse from 5 to 7pm- Mama mia! Italian wines are some of the most satisfying in the world. Join us for an exploration across the entire peninsula with wines from the Wine Warehouse portfolio. We'll be pouring Pietracupa Fiano di Avellino, Cantina Astrani Gragnano, Speri Valpolicella Classico, Speri Amarone St. Urbano, La Gerla Rosso di Montalcino and La Gerla Brunello di Montalcino. Ciao!

Featured in our weekly newsletter we're excited to be offering Chateau Puy Blanquet St. Emilion 2016 as a perfect addition to your reasonable cellar, some tasty genre-bending Oregonian offerings from Day Wines, collectable Montlouis from Francois Chidaine and cleansingly crisp Albariños from Granbazán.