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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!  


So it's that time again - The Grand Fall Tasting is Almost Here!

Sunday, Nov. 10
at Savour from 1 - 5 p.m.
(Frist hour for Wine Club Members Only)

Over 80 wines to taste!
 artisanal cheeses, charcuterie, olives, bread and more . . . .
to sample while you sip and savour your way around the globe!
10% off 6 bottles
15% off 12 or more
Complimentary!  ($5.00 suggested donation to Pathways for Children)
For the first time, we are publishing the list ahead so you can look it over and make a plan to taste exactly what you are looking for.  Also, feel free to come in and see me before Sunday, Nov. 10 if you would like personalized suggestions.   Please print out the list and pass it along or email it to as many wine-loving friends as you can think of.  This is a great opportunity to make this holiday season special with some rare and incredible wines!

Harry Zarkades – Main Street Wines (Table 1A)

Haton Champagne Blanc de Blanc Brut, NV, France

            Fiou Sancerre, 2018, France

            Panther Creek Pinot Gris, 2016, Oregon

            Turtle Rock Willow White, 2017, Oregon

            Panther Creek Pinot Noir, 2016, Oregon

Musset-Roullier Anjou Rouge, 2017, France

Turtle Rock Plum Orchard Red blend, 2016, CA

Bookmark Atlas Peak Cabernt Sauvignon, 2009, CA


Chris Hoffman– Oz Wines (Table 1B)

             Avinyo Petillant Blanc, 2018, Spain

Yvonne Saumur Blanc, 2017, France

            Schoenheitz Riesling Herrrenrebe, France

            Ovum “Off the Grid” Cedar Ranch Vineyard Riesling, 2017, Oregon

            Abouriou Cotes du Marmandais Carignan, 2016, France

            Arnoux Savigny-les-Beaune Les Pimentiers Burgundy, 2015, France

            Schoenheitz Pinot Noir, 2018, France

            Scagliola Frem Barbera d’Asti, 2016, Italy


Casey Gruttadauria– Ideal Wines (Table 2A)

             Campagnoni Franciacorta Saten, 2014, Italy

Ardoisières Silice Blanc IGP Allobroges, 2018, France


Clair St Aubin 1er Cru Sous Roche Dumay, 2017, France


Amplify 'Subliminal' Cabernet Sauvignon, 2018, CA


Clos De La Brosse Saint Amour, 2017, France


Closerie des Alisiers Marsannay Vieilles Vignes, 2017, France


La Bouysse Roc-Long Corbières, 2015, France

            Selvapiana Chianti Rufina, 2018, Italy


Danny Giddings – Classic Wines (Table (Table 2B)

             Moncontour Dry Sparkling Vouvray, NV, France

            Villa Wolf Pinot Gris, 2017, Germany

            Errazuriz Chardonnay, 2017, Chile

Olianas Vermentino, 2018, Italy

Villebois Menetou-Salon Rouge, 2015, France

Donati Claret, 2015, CA

Honig Bartolucci Cabernet, 2015, CA

Leacock’s Madeira Tinta Negra Doce, 2001, 500 ml, Portugal


Anthony Sciarappa – Carolina Wines (Table 3A)

           Terras Gauda O Rosal, 2018, Spain

Neyers Sonoma County Chardonnay, 2018, CA

Forman Napa Valley Chardonnay, 2017, CA

Patrimonio Giacometti Red, 2016, France

Neyers Sage Canyon Red, 2017, CA

Paul Autard Chateauneuf-du-Pape, 2015, France

Shafer TD-9 Napa Vally Red, 2016, CA

Far Niente Dolce, 2012, CA


Bob McVicker -  Masciarelli Wines (Table 3B)


Janny Meursault “Flamoise” Chardonnay, Burgundy, 2015, France

            Five Vintner’s Admiral’s Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, 2017, CA

            Schiopetto Friulano Collio, 2016, Italy

            Cave de Turckheim Pinot Blanc, 2018, France

            Belpoggio Rosso di Montalcino, 2016, Italy

            Chateau Pindefleurs St. Emillion Grand Cru, 2016, France

            Del Fin del Mundo “Special Blend,” 2016, Argentina

            Beppe Marino Bramusa Brachetto, 2018, Italy


 Gary Ballard – MS Walker (Table 4A)

Akakies Kir-Yianni Sparkling Rosé, 2018, Greece

Granbazan Albarino Verde, 2017, Spain

Chateau Fuissé Pouilly-Fuissé Grand Cru Chardonnay, Burgundy, FR

Cooper Mountain Biodynamic Pinot Gris, 2016, Oregon

Abbazia di Novacella Pinot Nero, 2018, Italy

Fontanabianca Barbaresco, 2016, Italy

642 Maremma Toscana Rosso Riserva, 2016, Italy

Cogno Dolcetto d’ Alba, 2018, Italy


Michael Bonilla – Horizon Beverages (Table 4B)

             Villa Sandi Sparkling Rosato, NV, Italy

Domaine Bichot Long-Depaquit Chablis, 2016, France

Villa Matilde Fiano di Avelino, 2018, Italy

Fernandez Tinto Pesquera Crianza, 2014, Spain

Tamarack Cellars Merlot, 2015, Washington State

Vall Llach Embruix Priorat, 2016, Spain

Browne Family Cabernet, 2015, Washington State

            Donnafugata Passito di Pantelleria, 2016, 375 ml, Italy




Holiday Season Hours

 Tuesday - Friday 11 am - 7 pm

Saturday - 10 am - 7 pm

(Tasting Saturday, from 2 - 5 pm)

Sunday - noon - 4 p.m.

Also open Monday before Thanksgiving and Monday before Christmas (11 am - 6 pm)



Why Taste?
         Savour Saturday Wine Tastings 
        A Learning Experience by the glass    
The more you taste, the more you refine your
understanding and enjoyment of wine.  
By comparing different wines with us each Saturday, over time, you fine-tune your palate to identify and appreciate what each wine uniquely offers by applying your senses to wines' essential qualities.
Your Senses, The Bridge To Wine's DNA
See, Swirl, Smell, Sip and Savour

Observe the wines color, hue, age (by inspecting the rim color variation), and viscosity (by studying the "legs," 
as the wine drips down the inside of the glass).
Release the wine's vapor and aromas (by swirling to create the "legs.")
 Inhale deeply.  As much as 90% of the taste is olfactory. The first whiff of a wine gives you the most important impression . . . in anticipation of what is to come.
Experience the wine's
taste structure.  Flavors are sweet, salty, sour, acidic and/or beefy (the 5th taste, "Umami").
Enjoy each swallow.  Good wines have three things in common: balance, complexity, and length. How does the one you are tasting measure up?
*We use Riedel glassware exclusively for Savour wine tastings



  "He who knows how to taste does not drink wine but savours secrets..."
~ Salvador Dali



A word about Pathways . . .

As many of you know, we provide an opportunity at our Saturday tastings to support Pathways  with a voluntary donation.  (Of course, you can donate any time - just drop a few dollars in the glass bowl).  Now, however, we are doing a "Match the Month" program whereby you can volunteer to match whatever we collect in a month, or any amount of your own choosing.  That means that every dollar you drop in the glass bowl will count for double.  We already have a full year of "matches," but if  there is a month you would like to contribute, please let me know - we may even triple our donations on some months!  Pathways just started its fiscal year July 1 and we have already collected what we normally would collect in 6 months! (Over $2000 in one month!)  Your contribution makes a big difference, providing education and services for our local children, giving them a better start in life and a brighter future.  So whether you contribute at Savour or decide to "Match a Month," we want to say Thank you!

                                                                                                    Kathleen Morgan

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