The 4th of July is made for picnics, beer, lemonade and potato salad.
That makes the 5th of July perfect for wine!
Urbano Cellars is having a release party to celebrate their new wines.
- 2006 Dry Creek Syrah – 290 cases
- 2007 Green Valley (Solano) Vin Rose’ – 135 cases
- 2007 Lodi Viognier – 30 cases
- 2007 Lodi Five Barrel Blend -125 cases
- 2005 Green Valley (Solano) Zinfandel – 125 cases
Join me in toasting these new releases across the bay with Urbano at Periscope Cellars (click for Google Map) in Emeryville. Afterwards, we can mosey on down to Lost Canyon and maybe even invade Rosenblum. Check out other East Bay wineries at East Bay Vintners Alliance.
As I was reading the list for the July 19th Santa Cruz Mountain Passport, I was happy to see there are now several wineries in the San Carlos / Redwood City / Woodside area.
Check out the list of mid-Peninsula wineries:
- Domenico Wines
- La Honda Winery
- Aptos Creek
- Kings Mountain
- Michael Martella
As much as I love driving down to Santa Cruz, with the gas prices and beach traffic the way they are right now – wouldn’t it be fun to go local?
PS if you want to Caltrain, you can walk to Dominico from the San Carlos station!