Thursday, October 22, 2015

Wine tastings at One Eleven at the Capital

Posted By on Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 11:48 AM

click to enlarge One Eleven sommelier Lee Ingold - COURTESY OF ONE ELEVEN AT THE CAPITAL
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  • One Eleven sommelier Lee Ingold

Fine dining means fine wine, and One Eleven at the Capital knows a lot about both. To showcase their fantastic wine cellar and the skills of sommelier Lee Ingold, the downtown restaurant is holding a series of wine tastings from October 24-December 19. These events are going to be small, intimate affairs of no more than 12 people, and include wine and tapas from the One Eleven kitchen. Here's a look at what to expect:

October 24: "Sweet and Sticky"
This tasting will feature ice wines, Muscat, Sauternes and Porto.

November 7: "Red Bourgogne and New World Pinot Noirs"
Featuring wines from Oregon, California, New Zealand and Bourgogne.

November 21: "Ole, an introduction to the red wines of Spain"
Featuring Spanish wines from Bilbao to Valencia and Malaga.

December 5: "Reds, how bold can you go?"
Featuring California cabs, Zinfandel and Petit Sirah.

December 19: "Toasting the Holidays"
Sparkling wines galore, including champagne, prosecco, California sparkling varieties and demi-sec.

For more information about tickets and times, visit One Eleven's events page.

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