Upcoming events
Put it on your calendar!
Here is a list of what is coming up at Savour Wine and Cheese in the next few weeks
Come See the New Savour Wine and Cheese!


76 Prospect St., Gloucester, MA 01930

978 282-1455

  Come and visit us  at the corner of Pleasant and Prospect St., across from St. Ann's church. 

Parking located behind our store!  



Saturday Wine Tasting 
Saturday, November 17, (no tasting)
Come to the Grand Tasting on Sunday instead!!
($5.00 suggested donation to Pathways for Children)


Savour's Fall Upcoming Schedule of Events

Our Fall Grand Wine Tasting


 Join us...Sunday, November 18th, 1-5 pm

(First hour for Wine Club Members only)


Pay a one-time fee of $20.00 
and get 10% off on 6 bottles 
and 15% off on 12 or more - all the time!
Enjoy early Admission to the Fall and Spring 
Grand Tastings!

If you need help choosing which wines to taste, please see me or Katrina to help guide you on your wine-tasting adventure!  We know many of you, so we can give you that personalized recommendation to help you choose just the right wines for you.
To get you started, here are a few recommendations - one from each table . . .


Lumen Grenache Noir (Table 1a). 100% Greanche Noir from Santa Barbara, California. "This bottling is loaded on the nose with dried hibiscus, pomegranate, rose petals, leather and slate aromas." - 91 pts. Wine Enthusiast

Botanica Chenin Blanc (Table 1b) - "Ginny Povall, originally from New England, cultivates 53 acres of land of which 24 acres are the protea flowers (South Africa's national flower, pictured on the label) and 12 acres of vineyards. Back in the late 1940s, it was the first farm in South Africa to cultivate proteas. Ginny is now making some exquisite wines from Chenin Blanc and Pinot Noir." The grapes for this wine come from a vineyard high in the mountains. Made from vines exceeding 50 years in age, the wine has lime, citrus notes with firm acidity. It is aged in French oak barrels.

Berthenet Montagny Tete du Cuvee (Table 2a) - La Tête de Cuvée is a Burgundy Montagny wine from the first white press juice of Domaine Jean-Pierre Berthenet . On the palate, this white wine from the Domaine Berthenet of the 2015 vintage is very fruity, delicious, and slightly acidulated with a salty note characteristic of the appellation Montagny - stunning!

Campagnola Amarone (Table 2b) - Corvina Verones, Corvinone Veronese 65%, and Rondinella 35%. The wine is a deep bright, ruby red color with a violet edge. It features a powerful bouquet and intense aromas of cherry, ripe plum, toasted almond and vanilla. This full-bodied wine with round and rich flavor received 95 ptsfrom James Suckling.

Laherte Rose Champage (Table 3a) - Made from 30 year old vines, 100% Pinot Meunier, this luscious sparkler is made from grapes biodynamically farmed (organic), then fermented in oak barrels, with the second fermentation in bottle (champagne method) and is then aged at least 2 years on the lees - unique, velvety and ethereal!

Dufouleur Cotes du Nuits Blanc (Table 3b) - Cool fermented with limited oak to emphasise the clean, fresh mineral flavours, this gorgeous white burgundy from the classic 2014 vintage is drinking beautifully and is an incredible bargain - don't miss it!

Barrone Casselero Merlot (Table 4a) - 100% Merlot from Tuscany, Casalferro was first produced in 1993. A pure Merlot produced only during the best years, Casalferro is obtained from the vineyard of the same name located at 400 meters above sea level and facing south. This is well-known as a great Chianti Merlot. It comes in a gorgeous wooden box, carved with the golden bird displayed proudly on the bottle - a spectacular gift wine!

La Nerhte Chateauneuf-du-Pape blanc - Produced by one of Châteauneuf-du-Pape's oldest and most storied estates , certified AB Organic, from white Rhone varietals (predominantly Roussane) picked from vines more than 40 years old, Estate grown, hand harvested, and estate bottled. 92 pts. - Josh Reynolds

Drew Mid-Elevation Pinot Noir (Table 5) - Located on Mendocino's far coast, 3.3 miles from the ocean, Drew produces small lot cool climate wines from the Mendocino Ridge and the Anderson Valley AVAs. Traditional methods and sustainable farming practices are employed to craft wines with elegance and transparency. Jason Drew produces this wine using fruit from elevations between 1,200 and 1,400 feet. This wine captures the salt air and conifer scents of the wind on the ridges along the Mendocino coast. 92 pts. Wine and Spirits

Taste as many as 80 delicious wines from unique, boutique, artisan producers which we have personally tasted and hand-selected from our global wine community.

 Learn from our experienced, knowledgeable wine representatives, while you sip and Savour the best!

Taste with discernment – using our tasting glassware – Riedel Crystal

Enjoy our Cheese & Charcuterie.

Save 10% on 6 wines & 15% on 12 wines.

Taste for free! (Give - $5 Suggested Donation for Pathways for Children).

Park in our free lot behind Savour 

on Liberty Street

76 Prospect St., Gloucester

 978 282-1455

Kathleen' s 5-part Wine Series - "Become a Wine Expert" begins this coming
Tuesday, April 2 at 6:30 p.m.
If you sign up ahead, the cost is discounted from $250.00 to $225.00
And- you get 10% off all wines at Savour for the 5 weeks you are enrolled.
See details on line - and you can sign up under "Online Store - Education."  (I will apply the discount for you when I process the payment).

 5-part Wine Series, "Become a Wine Expert"


Learn How to:

Make a $10.00 bottle of wine taste like a $40.00 bottle of wine in minutes .

Save as much as 300% on wine in a restaurant.

Choose the best value in a wine store, and save at least 10% on every purchase.

Find a wine that will make both your food and the wine taste better.


“Become a Wine Expert” will show you all of these “tricks of the trade” and more. The five-part series, taught by Dr. Kathleen Powers Erickson, Ph.D., wine consultant, and author, will lead you step-bystep through the dizzying array of information about wine.  After taking the “Become a Wine Expert” series, you will order wine in a restaurant with confidence, enter any wine store and find the right wine at the right price, be able to choose the right wine for any food, and know the best tools for serving and preserving your precious stock.

 “Become a Wine Expert” shares the insider secrets, gleaned from Dr. Erickson’s years of experience with retail shops, four-star restaurants, wine distributors, importers, and wine makers from around the world.  This is the best way to learn what you personally like, so you can fully appreciate wine. It is also perfect for couples and friends who want to enjoy an activity together. Whether you are a complete novice or a

seasoned veteran, “Become a Wine Expert” has something for you. Call Savour today at 978 282-1455 to sign up today for only $250.00. ($225.00 if you pay in advance).  Cost of class includes notebooks and instructional handouts, vintage charts, food, and several high-quality wines to taste each week.).

Class series includes:

1) Tasting Wine, proper evaluation of wine using techniques from the Court of 

Master Sommeliers, 2) White Wine Varietals, 3) Red Wine Varietals, 4) Wine Tips - Storage, Buying, Ordering in a Restaurant, BYOB etiquette, Decanting, Choosing Glassware, Vintages, Proper Serving Temperature, and 5) Wine and Food “taste testing combinations.”

 The class is limited to 12 people, so call 978 282-1455 today to reserve your place!





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