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New! Italy vs Spain
Friday, April 29 from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
We are hosting an epic wine battle! In this very special class, we are pitting Italy versus Spain. These two titans of the wine world are going to wage a wine war to the very end. No cork or glass will be spared. Oh, the humanity!
Italy is coming into this wine battle as the clear favorite, having won several of our “Versus” classes already. But this is Philly, and we love our underdogs. And like most longshots, Spain has the grit to win. It also knows it’s wine, too.
Come to class, cast your vote, and get a ringside education in the wines of Italy and Spain.
Previous Wine Tasting Sheets for Italy vs Spain
1. Broglia La Meirana 2016 Gavi (Piedmont)
2. Bodegas Laureatus 2017 Albarino (Galicia)
1. Cusumano-Alta Mora 2016 Etna Rosso (Sicily)
2. Envinate 2017 “Albahra” (Castilla-La Mancha)
1. Lunadoro 2015 “Pagiareto” Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Pagliareto (Tuscany)
2. CVNE 2011 Gran Reserva (Rioja)
1. Pecchenino 2017 “Vigna Botti” Nebbiolo (Piedmont)
2. Sierra Salinas 2016 “Casa Mira” Monastrell (Alicante)
1. Andrea Felici 2016 Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore (Marche)
2. Bodegas Avancia 2015 Cuvee de O Godello (Valdeorras)
1. Valle dell’Acate 2013 Cerasuolo di Vittorio Classico (Sicily)
2. Terra Senorio Antigua 2012 Mencia (Castillo Y Leon)
1. Gabbiano 2013 Chianti Classico Riserva (Tuscany)
2. Bodegas Briego 2009 Crianza (Ribera del Duero)
1. Vajra 2016 Nebbiolo (Langhe)
2. Conreria d’Scala Dei 2016 Black Slate (Priorat)
- Colterenzio 2016 Pinot Grigio (Alto Adige)
- Shaya 2015 Verdejo (Rueda)
- Renato Ratti 2014 “Battaglione”Barbera D’Alba (Piedmont)
- Alvarez de Toledo 2012Mencía (Castilla y León)
- Poggio Stella 2011 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva (Tuscany)
- Bodegas 2009 Montecillo Gran Reserva (Rioja)
- Benanti Rosso DiVerzella 2014 Etna Rosso (Sicily)
- Mano a Mano 2011 “TNT” (La Mancha)