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05.14.2004

Rosenblum Cellars Open House - Saturday 5/15 and Sunday 5/16

Ryan of VineSugar just dropped me a note to remind me that this weekend is Rosenblum's annual Spring Open House Event. For $20 you get to try all of their wines, and best of all you don't have to trek up to Napa to do it, as they are located in Alameda, just across the bay.

I've reviewed more than a few of Rosenblum wines here, and they always figure highly in my reviews of events like ZAP and Rhone Rangers.

A special feature of this weekend's tasting is the opportunity to try their first Pinot Noir release, and extremely limited production from the Russian River Valley.

Comments (1)

meg wrote:
05.16.04 at 1:21 PM

I haven't been to the Rosenblum 'do in at least five years, but at that point it was too much of a zoo for me (really, I'm not an agoraphobe -- I just need a really good reason to be bumped and jostled and spilled-upon, which really did happen that time). Update us if they've found a way to spread the throngs out a little more evenly. And I'd definitely like to hear what their food offerings were this year.

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