NYC wine tasting events
Chances are that you have never heard of Albariño. It’s just one of those obscure grapes maybe on the list of wine enthusiasts. The grape is from the up and coming Rias Baixas area of Spain.
Cork’d hosted another wine tasting event at the Roger Smith Hotel in NYC to increase brand awareness to wine consumers. The Albariño grape was the star of the show, where 5 wines were showcased. Participants were treated to great Albariño wines representing the Rias Baxias area of Spain as well as factoids relating to the grape varietal.
Albariño is Spain’s most exciting white grape varietal. Rias More >
Think Paso Robles and think diversity. Most of us know Napa and Sonoma County for producing great wines,but located along California’s Central Coast is nestled Paso Robles with a climate perfect for growing great wines. The long growing season coupled with warm days and cool events is perfect for growing grape varietals such as Syrah to Zinfandel to Viognier.
Cork’d celebrated Paso Robles diversity in NYC by showcasing the wines of Hope Family where none other than Austin Hope, winemaker of Hope family wines explained winemaking and Paso Robles diversity to participants. Hope Family Wines is family owned and operated and More >