- January 26, 2016
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Portugal is known (for good reason) for their sweet dessert-style Port wines… but the dry wines of Portugal also deserve attention. We like to call Portugal a “Gateway” wine region for lovers of California wines. While varieties like Tinta Cao, Touriga Nacional, or Tinta Roriz may not be overly familiar names, the style of the wines, growing conditions, and the blending techniques lend a familiarity to them for those already entrenched in Paso Robles’ love of blends. The best part about Portuguese dry wines is the VALUE. This region could possibly give you the best bang for your buck, if you know what you’re looking for. Join Station Manager, Jenna Congdon, on an overview of the country’s grape growing regions, along with a flight of 8 Portuguese wines.
Venue: The Station SLO
Venue Phone: 805.706.0711Address: