Here’s a shout out to all odd-month Wine Clubbers: Your March wines are ready to be picked up at Carpe Vino. We’ve got brilliant selections this month. . .we hope you $40/Red folks really dig the cabernet sauvignon from Canoe Ridge called “The Expedition,” a Washington wine produced as a tribute to explorers Lewis & Clark. It’s yummy with a trifling price for such a unique winner from near Walla Walla.
As usual, wine has already been charged to member credit cards and is ready to be picked up. With our membership now at about 850 total, we’d like to let everyone know how much we appreciate your participation and your support. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
We recognize it is a symbiotic relationship, but we understand how crucial it is to maintain quality on every level. And that’s why we’re working on creating a mobile app for Carpe Vino with additional functionality exclusive to our Wine Club. We’ve worked hard to keep our toes over the front edge of the technology surfboard, and we aim to deliver a tool for you unprecedented for an independent wine shop and restaurant. This will likely be several months in the making, but don’t surprised if some of you will be asked to road test beta versions. Stay tuned. . .
Meyer Lemons, Blood Oranges & Mandarins, Oh My!
Time to pucker up, prix-fixe fans, because Chef Alexander has announced his menu for Citrus Serenade, our week-long tribute to foothill winter fruits. Make your reservations early for the week of March 26 to 30, starting at 5 p.m. each evening. Concept is reliably unchanged: four courses with options for $49++pp; your choice of wine is additional.