Savour Schedule of Events

Tasting of Wines to Celebrate the Oscars and the end of Winter
 this Saturday,
February 25th from 2 to 5 PM

Complimentary with a $5 suggested donation to Pathways for Children, our charitable giving choice for 2017. 

                                                                                                                 Kathleen Morgan
Adami, Vigneto Giardino, Prosecco, Valdobbiadene
This is a wine that already in 1933 was selected as one of the best from Valdobbiadene.  The steep green hills of Prosecco di Conegliano~Valdobbiadene are found halfway between Venice and the Alps. This would be worth the journey if not only for its stunning beauty, dotted with castles, ancient churches, and of course, the  vineyards. But the beauty is also found in the glass here. 
Aromas of apple and white peach, almond blossoms tease the nose, with a  soft and velvety mouth feel.  The wine is both elegant and balanced, with a lingering finish of meyer lemon.  $24.99

2015 Willamette Valley Vineyards, Pinot Noir, Oregon $23.99
Founder, Jim Bernau, purchased the Estate site in 1983 and cleared away the old pioneer plum orchard hidden in scotch broom and blackberry vines. He planted Pinot Noir (Pommard and Wadenswil clones), Chardonnay (Dijon and Espiguette) and Pinot Gris. Studying viticulture at UC Davis as well as in France sharpened Jim's viticultural skills and in 1989 he built a world class winery in the Willamette Valley. He makes cool-climate varietals, especially Pinot Noir, now sold in the best restaurants and bottle shops in the world.  Wine Enthusiast Magazine has since deemed Jim "One of America's Great Pinot Noir Producers."  The winery and underground cellar are carved into the top of an ancient volcanic flow, the soil red from its oxidized iron content and well-drained. This unique terroir is similar to the red clay soil found in the Grand Cru Pinot Noir vineyards of Romanee-st-Vivant in Burgundy, where the "soil gives France's most perfumed, satiny, expensive wine" (Hugh Johnson, World Atlas of Wine).  This wine is deep ruby, with intense aromas of blackberry, cocoa and cherry with a hint of earthiness. Black and red fruit on the palate, cola,allspice and red velvety berries. With a garlic and herb roasted pork tenderloin, or wild mushroom risotto... all the rest that glorious pictures requires is thou!   $24.99

2010 Querceto, Chianti Classico Riserva, Italy 
In Italian Querceto means oak grove, which is where the Castello di Queceto got its name. Nestled in a high valley, the 15th Century castle is surrounded by a grove of oak trees, and the quality and production of wines here is de rigeur.  In the classic aromas and flavors of Chianti ~ tart cherry and violets, along with earthy minerals and dusty tannins, this Riserva is an extraordinary wine. 
James Suckling said "Clarity of fruit marks this Chianti Classico with black cherries and blueberries and sliced mushrooms. Full body, chewy and rich. Very structured. Like a Brunello."  (91 points from the Wine Spectator). "Though packed with fresh cherry, berry and tobacco flavors, this is also chewy, with a spice and cedar side that adds depth. A modern style, yet harmonious and polished. Best from 2014 through 2023"  Antonio Galloni points out the value saying "Another gorgeous wine for the money, this Chianti Classico Riserva emerges from the glass with savory herbs, tobacco, licorice and dark red cherries. Here the aromas and flavors are distinctly earthy, while the wine's structure suggests another decade-plus of very fine drinking."  $24.99

2013 Septima, Malbec, Argentina
Septima Malbec is a beautiful red wine from the esteemed Uco Valley of Argentina. Malbec vineyards, planted in the upper region of the valley, are located 3,600 feet above sea level. Hand harvested in the cool morning hours, the Malbec fruit is crushed and placed in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. The wine is aged six months in American oak barrels, with hints of fresh cherries balanced with toast and vanilla from aging in American oak, followed by notes of blackberry and plum jam. Good balance of acidity and smooth round tannins.
 Steak au poivre...herb crusted rack of lamb...ooh la la!  $27.99

Sidra Diamantes de Hielo, Frost Cider, Spain
Freshly pressed and frozen, the juice of select cider apple varieties is gradually drip-thawed to concentrate sugar and flavor intensity. A partial fermentation is done with the must of the apples in stainless steel tanks, followed by aging in French oak barrels.  We will pair it with the Smoked Rogue River blue cheese from Oregon, which is not only one of our favorites, but one of the all-time great pairings of wine and cheese!  You must try it!
                                                                                                              Katrina Sullivan
The second "Guest Chef" dinner at Tonno
features Chef  Marc Orfaly 
formally of Pigalle and the Beehive
(menu with wines chosen by Kathleen below)

Wednesday, March 1st, 6 p.m.
$80.00 per person (gratuity not included)
This is a great value, considering the excellent quality of
the food AND the wines!

Jennifer via email
or call Tonno @ 978 879-4795

                or you can sign up on Open Table Tabl
St Patrick's Day Dinner
Sunday, March 12th 
Traditional Corned beef dinner with all the fixing!
Details to Follow -- this dinner sells out fast!
Spring Grand Tasting
Sunday April 9th
Over 80 wines to taste and try!
1 to 4 PM
 Wine Clubs members only at 1 PM
Discounts on mixed cases and 6 packs
Complimentary with a suggested donation to Pathways for Children 
Cheese Club
$75.00 for 3 months
$140.00 for 6 months

3rd Thursday of each month, pick up after 4 p.m.
3 Cheeses selected each month, prepared on a
hand-carved wooden board with accoutrements

Description of cheeses, wine, beer,
and cider suggestions included

  Pick-up after 4 p.m 


5- part Wine Series


Our next series starts in April 2017!

5-Part Wine Series
"Become a Wine Expert"

with Savour's owner, Kathleen Powers Morgan

$225.00 per person
$195.00 if paid in advance
Taste 4 - 8 wines each week, followed by a
food and wine pairing dinner!

 Each class meets Tuesday evening at 7 PM
4 consecutive Tuesday in April
1st Tuesday in May

Call 978 282-1455
or email Kathleen to sign up today!
Class One
"Elements of taste"

Learn the proper terminology for describing wine, so you can always get the exact wine you want.  
Class Two
"White Wines of the World"
Taste the most important, classic white wines
Learn about their origin, terroir, properties, and food pairings
Class Three
"Red Wines of the World"
Taste the dominant red wine varietals
Learn about their origin, terroir, properties, food pairings
Class Four
"Temperature, Vintage, Stemware, Decanting, 
Quality/Price Ratio"
Taste the same wine at different temperatures, in different stemware, decanted vs. not decanted.  See how all of that makes an enormous difference in how your wine tastes.  Learn about vintages and how different one wine can be in two different vintages.  Learn how to get the best quality wine for the price, whether in a retail store or in a restaurant.
Class Five
"Food and Wine Pairing Dinner"

Sit down for a full dinner with specially selected wines to taste alongside.  Learn the techniques of pairing the right wine to the foods you are serving.  Taste eight different wines with the same foods to determine what you personally enjoy.  




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